ENDURO GP – ROUND 1: ALL THE RIDERS ARE ON THE PODIUMS!

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The first round of the Enduro World Championship was held in Germany!After a winter of training the riders were eager to fight. When they arrived in Germany, they discovered four very selective stages and an extremely well-organized event!

ENDURO GP – E1

Matteo Cavallo was racing his first GP on his 250 SEF and his first race in the senior class, he made the podium on the first day with a nice 2nd place finish! But he failed to make it on Sunday, he was just two tenths of a second from it, he made some mistakes that slowed him down. But he proved that the potential is there!

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JUNIOR – JUNIOR 1 & 2

Théo Espinasse had a beautiful performance, with a 2nd and 3rd place finish over the two days of racing. He occupies the same position in Junior 1 (250 2stroke / 4stroke).

For his part Jack Edmondson also raced well and finished 4th and 5th in scratch. He even experienced his first win of the season in Junior 2 (+ 250 2stroke / 4stroke) by finishing 1st on Saturday and 2nd on Sunday.

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YOUTH 125CC

 

Finally, Hamish MacDonald our rider from New Zealand, won on both days, by a comfortable margin riding his 125 SE-R!

Dan Mundell tried to ride in practice despite a broken metacarpal but had to make up his mind not to start.

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A word from the Team Manager, Jordan Curvalle:
“This was a very nice introduction for our riders!” On Saturday we felt a lot of tension, everyone was eager to discover his performance level after a winter of training. It was great seeing all of our riders on the podiums! We now have a month to continue to improve, before a major tour of Portugal and Spain! “

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A word from the Team Manager CH Racing, Fabrizio Azzalin:

” What a great Enduro Race ! The bikes were doing very well and we had no technical problem, also thanks to the team that made an incredible work. Matteo (Cavallo) was a little bit nervous but he managed to catch the podium, he is a consistent rider, we trust him a lot. Théo (Espinasse) is determined, he rode very well without big mistakes. Jack (Edmondson) also has done a good job in J2, but the surprise comes from the 125cc class. We knew that Hamish (Macdonald) was a good rider, but there he has literally flown over his category ! Big surprise and a beautiful hope for the future.”

See you in Portugal in 1 month!

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