Since the beginning of the year, the FIM has been openly talking with the KTM Group and the party responsible for the existing “Extreme Enduro Series” in order to find a solution for the improvement of the Enduro discipline. We have offered to bring some of those races along with our World Enduro Championship, but after a lot of efforts and meetings, it has not been possible to reach an agreement.
The FIM will not be flexible in environmental rules, safety conditions, protection of our riders and controlling the sport.
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The fourth round of the World Enduro Super Series heads to Spain’s Hixpania Hard Enduro this coming weekend with Manuel Lettenbichler (KTM – GER) holding the championship lead.
After three rounds of action-packed Enduro racing, the 2019 WESS championship visits new terrain as Hixpania Hard Enduro joins the series for the first time.
A three-day event, the race in the north of the country is set to attract the world’s best Enduro riders as WESS reaches the halfway stage in the season.
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Britain’s Graham Jarvis has claimed victory at the Erzbergrodeo Red Bull Hare Scramble in Austria, round three of the World Enduro Super Series. Delivering a clinical performance at the 25th edition of the infamous Hard Enduro race, the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing star led home Germany’s Manuel Lettenbichler (KTM) and Sherco Factory Racing’s Mario Roman (ESP).
Returning to Hard Enduro, the iconic Erzbergrodeo marked the third stop in this year’s race to become the ULTIMATE ENDURO CHAMPION. The world’s best Enduro riders were among an entry of 1702 competitors (including 49 women) from 43 nations that converged to the quiet mining town of Eisenerz for the annual four-day dirt bike festival.
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The World Enduro Super Series marches on to Austria this weekend and the world-renowned Erzbergrodeo.
More than 1,700 Enduro competitors and thousands more fans will converge on the mining town of Eisenerz for the legendary, annual dirt bike festival. This year will mark the 25th edition of the infamous race with organisers promising to pull out all the stops to ensure it will be one to remember.
Garcia Holds WESS Points Lead
At the top of the World Enduro Super Series standings, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Josep Garcia (ESP) will arrive in Austria as the early championship leader following his victory at round two in France. In what will mark only his second time competing at the Iron Giant, Garcia will look to build on his 17th place result from 2018 and crucially keep his series lead intact.
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