KTM Enduro Factory Racing go into the 2015 Word Championship season confident that they can maintain their dominant status in the classic Enduro disciplines and hunt down more world championship titles at the end of the seven round, 14-race competition.
The season kicks off April 18-19 with the first double-header round in Talca, in central Chile, some 250 km south of the capital of Santiago and will see multi world champion Christophe Nambotin again on the KTM 250 EXC-F chasing down another E1 title. The class has been safe in Orange hands since 2012, thanks to the efforts of the French duo Antoine Meo (2012-2013) and Nambotin 2014 and with Meo now again contesting the E2 class, expectations are high that Nambotin will continue his domination. Of the 14-race 2014 competition the French rider claimed 11 wins and three podium seconds, where each time he had to concede to his main rival Finland’s Eero Remes.
Nambotin goes into the season very fit and very confident, saying he would like to win both the French national tile and retain the E1 world title. “This year I want to go for everything. I want to win as many GPs as possible and my condition is perfect, in fact in past years it has never been better than it is now,” Nambotin said.