Spain’s Josep Garcia (KTM) sets the pace at round six of the World Enduro Super Series to secure the Fast Eddy Sprint Enduro win at the Hawkstone Park Cross-Country in Great Britain.
Putting in a world-class performance, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Garcia stamped his authority on Saturday’s Sprint Enduro to secure a 35-second margin of victory over teammate Nathan Watson (GB). Ensuring two British riders claimed podium results, Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Billy Bolt edged out Spaniard Jaume Betriu (KTM) by two seconds for third overall.
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With just three rounds remaining on the 2018 calendar, WESS riders now move away from the hard enduro events that made up the majority of the races to date and take on two cross-country competitions. The first is Hawkstone Park, a circuit synonymous with world-class racing having hosted international motocross for over 60 years.
2017 saw the Hawkstone Park Cross-Country run as a round of the EnduroGP World Championship. Nathan Watson won the top class with teammate Josep Garcia finishing third in the Enduro2 category. This year, the pair will be joined by hard enduro star Taddy Blazusiak as they take on the tough, sandy terrain of the famous venue.
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Manuel Lettenbichler leads the championship chase as the World Enduro Super Series heads to Great Britain for round six, the Hawkstone Park Cross-Country. With the UK set for two days of world-class Enduro racing, Germany’s Lettenbichler (KTM) faces championship rival Billy Bolt (Husqvarna – GB) on his home turf as the race to become this year’s ULTIMATE ENDURO CHAMPION heats up.
After the Hard Enduro sands of Poland’s largest coal mine, WESS makes a welcome stop off at one of motorcycling’s most iconic venues for round six. Synonymous with Motocross, Trials and Enduro, Hawkstone Park has witnessed legendary battles between motorcycling’s greatest icons since the early 1950s. Thanks to the efforts of Paul Edmondson – a multiple world enduro champion in his own right – and his Fast Eddy Racing organisational team that tradition continues in 2018 with the Hawkstone Park Cross-Country and the revival of the ‘Original Fast Eddy’ where more than 650 riders are set to compete.
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With British riders well-placed among the top-10 of the World Enduro Super Series, the addition of the UK’s Hawkstone Park Cross-Country is a fitting entry to the 2018 calendar. Taking place at one of the country’s most iconic off-road venues, the Hawkstone Park facility has played host to some incredible battles in the worlds of Motocross, Trials and Enduro over the years.
Thanks to the efforts of Paul Edmondson and his Fast Eddy Racing organisational team that tradition continues in 2018 with two days of action-packed Enduro racing for 500 amateur and professional riders in what’s set to become a welcomed festival of Enduro.
“Becoming a part of the 2018 World Enduro Super Series means a lot to our race. To have the world’s best Enduro riders come and race at Hawkstone Park side-by-side with amateur and weekend riders will really elevate the status of the event,” tells Edmondson.
“We’re hoping to see 500 riders come out in force and compete during the two-day event, with 250 lining up in Sunday’s feature race the ‘Original Fast Eddy’. Hopefully it will result in a full-house of spectators coming to watch the racing. It’ll be a festival of Enduro that the UK needs right now.”
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