SR FIM INTERNATIONAL SIX DAYS’ ENDURO – PORTIMÃO – PORTUGAL – UPDATE

Update: SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATION FIM INTERNATIONAL SIX DAYS’ ENDURO (ISDE) PORTIMÃO – PORTUGAL 20-5-2019

Tegenslag voor Nina Klink in het EK Enduro in Slowakije, Marc Zomer behaalt doelstelling

In Brezno, Slowakije werd het afgelopen weekend de tweede wedstrijd om het Europees Kampioenschap Enduro verreden. Voor het WPM KTM team kwamen hier Nina Klink en Marc Zomer aan de start.

Het was een extreem technische enduro. Omdat 90 procent van de route zich afspeelde in de bergen, waarvan een groot deel bestond uit smalle paadjes langs diepe afgronden, moesten de rijders uiterst geconcentreerd blijven. Een klein foutje kon het einde van de wedstrijd betekenen.

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Enduro European Championship: the second round in Slovakia

The Swedish Albin Elowson won the first day of the second round of the European Enduro Championship in Brezno, Slovakia, in the overall standings. The Husqvarna rider gradually managed to get ahead of championship leader Kristof Kouble, who in the end added up to over half a minute.
Both riders also won their cubic capacity class, Elowson the four-stroke 250cc class and Kouble the junior 2-3 class.
The junior class 1, with the smaller cubic capacity motorcycles, was won by the Finn Roni Kytönen, who had to overtake some slower riders on the track in front of him, otherwise he might have been even better than his fourth place in the overall standings.

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Garcia Storms To Victory At Trèfle Lozérien AMV, WESS Round Two

Spain’s Josep Garcia has won round two of the World Enduro Super Series, storming to victory at France’s Trèfle Lozérien AMV. In testing conditions, the Red Bull KTM Factory Racing rider became the first non-French winner in the 33-year history of the race. With Yamaha’s Jamie McCanney (GB) and Nathan Watson (KTM – GB) finishing second and third respectively, it also marked the first time a French rider placed outside the top three.

For 2019, the second round of the WESS championship proved a challenge for the 600-plus riders competing. Continuous rain and occasional fog throughout the three days of racing at France’s most-prestigious Enduro – Trèfle Lozérien AMV – ensured the 719 kilometres of riding were both physically and mentally demanding for all.

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