Canadian Young Gun Stacey Nesbitt Entered In 2016 European Junior Cup

Canadian Young Gun Stacey Nesbitt Entered In 2016 European Junior Cup

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Impressive international line-up for 2016 European Junior Cup

The provisional permanent entry list for the 2016 WIL Sport European Junior Cup, powered by Honda, was published this week with no fewer than 30 riders coming together from 15 nations across five continents to fight for junior racing’s most coveted prize.

Although the entry list features 24 male riders for the 2016 season, six female racers will compete alongside them in the second running of the FIM Europe Women’s European Cup class, with ages ranging from 14 to 21 years for the male riders and 16-24 years for women.

This season’s European Junior Cup sees the introduction of New Zealand based ‘WIL Sport’ as full title partner with the continued support of Honda Motor Europe, Motul and Pirelli.

It is the second season of EJC competition featuring identically-prepared Honda CBR650F supersport machines and this year’s championship promises another action-packed and close-fought season of racing competition.

2016 WIL Sport European Junior Cup, powered by Honda

Entry list:

1 – 3 STACEY* NESBITT / CAN / Statoni Racing

2 – 4 ROMAIN LECARPENTIER / FRA / RPA Academy

3 – 8 MIKA PEREZ / ESP / Granshagen Racing Team

4 – 9 CONNOR LONDON / NZL / WIL Sport

5 – 11 RICCARDO PICCIUTO / ITA / SK-RACING Team

6 – 12 BYRON BESTER / RSA / HI-TECH Racing

7 – 14 THEO CLERC / SUI / Clerc Metal

8 – 15 ALFONSO COPPOLA / ITA / Chiodo Moto Racing

9 – 17 GABRIEL NODERER / GER / Noderer Racing

10 – 18 ALEX MURLEY / GBR / Alex Murley Racing

11 – 19 DEAN GOPHER / ISR / Wolf Racing Team

12 – 20 DORREN LOUREIRO / RSA / Family Fitness Racing

13 – 21 AVALON* BIDDLE / NZL / Avalon Biddle Racing

14 – 22 STEFANO FERRANTE / ITA / Brothers Racing

15 – 23 CHARLEY* OAKLAND / GBR / DF Racing

16 – 27 VIKTORIA* KIS / HUN / H-MOTO Team

17 – 34 DANIEL DRAYTON / GBR / Team Bike Insurer/Drayton Racing

18 – 38 HANNES SOOMER / EST / Auto24Ring

19 – 45 DIMITRIS KARAKOSTAS / GRE / Karakostas Honda Saracakis

20 – 48 MICHAEL CARBONERA / ITA / SK-RACING Team

21 – 52 TROY BEZUIDENHOUT / RSA / Into The Blue Diving – Costa del Sol

22 – 54 HARUN CABUK / TUR / KNN54 – TMF

23 – 59 DORIAN LAVILLE / FRA / Team LAVILLE Mi&Do

24 – 64 ASRIN PAK / TUR / KNN54 – TMF

25 – 84 PAOLO GRASSIA / ITA / Chiodo Moto Racing

26 – 91 NICOLE* LYNCH / IRL / MEDLAR Racing

27 – 94 RICHARD BODIS / HUN / H-MOTO Team

28 – 95 GIUSEPPE DE GRUTTOLA / ITA / SK-RACING Team

29 – 97 NIKOS KARAKOSTAS / GRE / Karakostas Honda Saracakis

30 – 99 LAURA* RODRIGUEZ / SUI / Laura #99 Racing Team

* FIM Europe ‘Women’s European Cup competitor’ 

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