Twelve Grands Prix in Eight Countries for WSC 2021!
After what has been the most difficult sporting season in recent history, a meaningful and exciting provisional calendar for 2021 is announced. All dates and locations are agreed, allocated and confirmed, subject to outside factors remaining stable.
The schedule is the result of concerted efforts between WSC management, the FIM, local organisers in each country and their respective federations. There is no doubt that everyone involved in the sport, from the teams down, is hungry for a World Championship to resume. Apart from a small number of national events towards the end of the current year, this has been a year to forget. You can be assured that once we see action resumed, it will be of the highest quality.
The season kicks off in the magnificent surrounds of Bucha-Kiev in the Ukraine. The organisers there certainly know how to put on a show. Next up is the famous and well-tried Brou circuit in France for round two, followed by Kramolin in the Czech Republic three weeks later.
Round four takes us to the sand of Markelo, before a two week break ahead of Lange in Estonia. Then it is back on the road to France and the brilliant Iffendic track in Brittany. The fans there are famous for their enthusiasm. A leisurely drive to Germany finds the seventh GP at Strassbessenbach, often rated by the teams as the best hard-pack terrain in the season. Jinin in the Czech Republic hosts round eight ahead of another famous hillside track in Roggenburg, Switzerland.
Then it’s off to a newly homologated track at Orehova Vas in Slovenia before the penultimate round back at Oss, Netherlands. Hosting of the grand finale falls to German organisation and will take place in Rudersberg.
All at WSC acknowledge the extremely high level of cooperation needed by all involved in this extensive planning process and extend sincere gratitude to all involved in the process. Here’s to a great 2021 – it’s good to be back.