The President’s word (June 2024),

Dear friends,

After the success of the first 4 events run in Lédenon, Nogaro, Carole and of course the fantastic SRC weekend on the Castellet circuit, summer offers us a long break.

At the end of August, we will return to the path that leads to the Le Mans circuit, whose worldwide reputation makes it so attractive.

Then it will be the end of the 26th season of the 2024 Proclassic Championship on the Vigeant circuit.

On the way soon to the Le Mans event with the promise of a tough fight in SBK 1000 behind Julien Lhonneur at the head of the provisional classification to decide between Emmanuel Lentaigne 2nd and Denis Pignatel 3rd with only a 5 point difference on the latter.

In SBK 750 Christian Thétiot is a solid 1st after the injury of Eric Cure which excluded him from the results of Carole and Castellet.
Franck Renard 2nd with 35 points behind keeps his chances in the end and Eric Braive is a solid 3rd 67 points behind 1st.

In 600 SSP, Lucas Lentaigne is in the lead with 58 points ahead of Eric Perronno in 2nd and 88 points over Valentin Le Thuaut.
But nothing is final yet, the last two events will be decisive.

I would like to remind you that our model honors the motorcycles which participated in the launch of the Superbike and Supersport world championship in 1989 of which we are the worthy heirs.

I believe in this reference which will continue to guide our development in the years to come because it allows machines to be grouped within categories with complete clarity.

Friendly yours,

Philippe and Nicole

The calendar of season 2024 is online.
The 2024 rules too and you can register to races (here). Registration still possible for the race at Le mans.

Words of the President and more news

The Championship

Created in 1999 by Philippe Fréon, the Proclassic Association, by organizing an annual Speed and Endurance Championship, offers to all classic motorcycle enthusiasts the possibility to live their passion on the track.

These championships are integrated into official events organized by the FFM (Fédération Française de Motocyclisme), and they enable racing on sport motorcycles under the best current safety conditions. The rules evolve regularly and welcome motorcycles built through the end of 2005.
The competitive spirit of the Proclassic Championship in no way excludes the general philosophy of mutual aid and camaraderie of the association, which allows it to involve all levels of riding and encourages all participants. No need to be a former racing rider to compete!

You will find on this site the rules of the championship, the calendar, the rankings, and much more.

Thanks to L.M.R. Lock for checking the english part of this site.