© 2022, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release Northern Talent Cup issued:

The Nordic Talent Cup is in full swing in France

The third season of NTC is about to begin, taking its MotoGP ™ in Le Mans

Thursday, May 12, 2022

The Northern Talent Cup is ready and ready to race in 2022, and the 1st round is just around the corner. The season begins with the biggest stage of the year, along with MotoGP ™ in Le Mans, with the 2022 class in suits, boots and ready to race – and Rossi Moore (Fairium Next Generation Riders Team) arrives in sight.

Wenger is the best finisher to return to the Cup in 2022, finishing the season third last year – with many wins and a very impressive pace in his first year. He also took the pole at Le Mans last year, and although setbacks and harsh weather did not allow him to start the year the way he would have liked, the speed was here. Will it stay that way in 2022? He was again fast in the pre-season tests, but also suffered a major accident, the racer is good.

But it was not Maur who topped the charts at the time of testing, but Dustin Schneider (Goblin Racing) in the early days of both days when the German threw down his glove in early 2022. He also won the race simulation at an impressive pace, so he will want to move that to the 1st round. His fellow veterans Forty Racing, Valentin Herlich (Busch und Wagner Racing Team), Loris Veneman (TeamNL Open Line) and Lennox Fommara (Team Phommara) also had speed on the Oschersleben test, and will want to open their accounts on podium 2022 for the first time. Kevin Farkas (Agria Racing Team) can also be a threat; already the winner of last year’s race.

Rocco Sessler (MCA Racing), meanwhile, was the best newcomer in the overall standings on the test, which is not a feat, as in 2022, half of the field of 26 riders consists of new faces. Levin Fommar (Fommar Team) is one of the newcomers who will go missing as he recovers from a crash during testing. Can Sessler retain that mantle in the 1st round and beyond, or will a completely different Le Mans layout shake the field?

We are going to find out that in 2022 there will be two races that include NTC. Tune in to Race 1 at 17:25 (GMT +2) on Saturday, before Race 2 at 16:30 on Sunday – all live on the NTC Channel on YouTube and via MotoGP ™ on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Twitch!


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