Tramatza (Italy), 23 May 2024 – By now almost everything is ready for the second Grand Prix of the 2024 FIM SuperMoto World Championship scheduled at the beautiful circuit of Tramatza, Sardinia, which will serve as background for another beautiful weekend full of entertainment.


Is the third year on a row that Tramatza Circuit hosts the S1GP of Sardinia, the main new about the track is that this year there are two off road sections which will make the circuit even more technical and will increase the spectacularity.


The ruler of the 2023 season, Lukas Hollbacher, won’t get the chance to defend his title as he is still recovering from the surgery underwent in the winter. The show will be intense because the best protagonists of the discipline will battle it out on the 1.600m of the Tramatza circuit which are divided in the 1.200m of asphalt and the 400m of the technical off-road section where riders could make the difference.


After the first GP of Spain, multiple time world champion Thomas Chareyre (SGR GRAU RACING)  – who changed jersey after the years spent in TM and moved to Honda – showed his overwhelming supremacy at the track of Albaida. The rider ruled from the super pole to the victory achieved in the three motos. Defending champion Marc Reiner Schmidt (L30 RACING)  will try to recover and close the gap in the standings. The surprise of this championship is Spanish rider Julen Avila Cortes (KTM MTR RACING) who came home with the third step of the podium but also the victory in the Rookie and he’s expected to be seen among the protagonists.


Let’s not forget about home rider Elia Sammartin (HONDA RED MOTO GAZZA RACING), who will try to recover from the not-stellar-first race.


Immediately behind the Venetian is the Spaniard Ferran Cardus , who has already highlighted himself at home with a fifth place thanks to a ninth, a fourth and a fifth in the finals. Sixth in the S1GP standings and second among the Rookies is the Frenchman Tom Bessieres seventh overall S1GP the Belgian Romain Kaivers from Team 11. Steve Bonnal won the Rookie in 2023 and will now have to demonstrate he can compete with the Supermoto heroes.  In the Rookie Julen Avila Cortes will be chased by fearsome  Tim Slazai and the countryman Francisco Gomex Roquena both registered an excellent growth after their first training seasons and are now ready to chase the Spanish rider.



SATURDAY: 10.00 S1GP Free Practice 1; 11.50 S1GP Free Practice2; 13.40 S1GP Time Practice; 14.20 S1GP Superpole; 17.00 S1GP Race 1

SUNDAY: 12.00 S1GP Fast Race; 14.30 S1GP Super Final


In the photo: Tramatza Circuit



GP of Sardinia