17 Oct The first Belgian Superprestigio is coming to Mettet
A new competition is born on the Jules Tacheny circuit: the Superprestigio. This event will take place on Sunday, November 3rd on the new dirt-track, recently completed. After
Spain and France, it is the turn of Belgium, and more precisely the Jules Tacheny circuit in Mettet, to host its first Superprestigio-type event on November 3rd. Discipline coming straight from the USA, the dirt track has been popular for many years with many internationally renowned riders such as Marc Marquez, Johan Zarco or Thomas Chareyre.
This first Belgian Superprestigio is the perfect opportunity to inaugurate the new dirt-track. In total, a selection of 32 riders from different motorcycle disciplines (enduro, motocross, speed and supermoto) will demonstrate their talent while slipping in front of the public. Free practice, qualifying and races will be held throughout the day from 9:30 to 18:00.
Among the entries, we can already mention Belgian riders Bastien Mackels, Superstock World Endurance Champion in 2017, and Xavier Siméon, former MotoGP rider currently competing in MotoE and in the Endurance World Championship. The registration per pilot costs € 75, including 5 places for accompanying persons. The general entrance for the public is fixed at 15 € for adults and as always in Mettet, free for children under 12 years.
All practical information can be found on the website of the circuit: https://www.circuit-mettet.be/en/superprestigio/.