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Superenduro Cup: final round in Budapest

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Superenduro Cup: final round in Budapest Photocredit: Dudás Endre The final round of the Superenduro Cup was raced on Saturday at Papp Laszlo Arena in Budapest, Hungary. A great evening with 34 riders fighting for the European title in front of over 5.500 spectators. The organizers did an excellent job, both for the route and the details with technical passages that highlighted the best riders. 14 riders reached the two finals and the title remained uncertain until the last lap with an amazing fight between the Swedish Magnus Thor and the Italian Sonny Goggia, who had to contain the Germans Springmann and Pfeifer and the Slovenian Spindler. At the end the race was won by Sonny Goggia of Team Berghem in front of Thor and Marco Pfeifer. Fifth place for the home rider the Hungarian Zsigovitz Norbert, supported by the local public. The season 2020 ended with Magnus Thor winner
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Superenduro Cup: second round in Germany

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Superenduro Cup: second round in Germany The first European race of the year is the second round of the Superenduro Cup. The race took place in Riesa, Germany, at Sachsen Arena in front of 6.000 spectators with a challenging track with a tough “pyramid” made of big logs, a big jump over the tunnel and a big stony section. The time of the track was approximately 1 minute. In the first final the Swedish Magnus Thor took an early lead and could win comfortable without being stressed by the other riders. The second heat saw more fights and was won by the Italian Sonny Goggia. The next round is on February 1st in Budapest, Hungary. Event classification 1° Sonny Goggia, ITA 2° Marco Pfeifer, GER 3° Magnus Thor, SWE Championship classification 1° Magnus Thor, SWE, pt 69 2° Sonny Goggia, ITA, pt 65 3° Miha Spindler, SLO, pt 51
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Superneduro Cup: the season starts in Poland

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Superneduro Cup: the season starts in Poland  First round of the Superenduro Cup in Krakow, Poland. At Tauron Arena in front of over 14.000 spectators Thor Magnus won the first round of the season ruling both the shots. An incredible starting for the Swedish, who now is first in the standing with 40 points. Behind him the Slovenian Spindler Miha finished second with a second position in race1 and the third in race2. Third position both in race and in the championship for the Italian Sonny Goggia. Now a little break for the Christmas holiday: the next round is on 4th January in Rieza, Germany.
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Vintage Enduro European Championship: third round in Spain

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Vintage Enduro European Championship: third round in Spain The third round of the Vintage Enduro European Championship was raced on 04th - 05th - 06th October in Solsona, Spain. Hot weather and dust welcome riders and public. The winners: Luca Ranalli (Classic A) Oriol Vila (Classic C) - 2º Xavier Arenas (World Champion with one race remaining) Mario Graziani (Classic D) Gaetano Enrico Terruso (Classic X Open)
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Enduro European Championship: Finland wins in Finland

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Enduro European Championship: Finland wins in Finland On the third and last riding day at the finals of the European Enduro Championship in Heinola, Finland, the national teams' scores were decided. The "Heinola MotoKlub" (HeMK) had prepared the final motocross on the former MX World Championship track very well and could therefore be carried out without problems. The riders went to the start in classes, but their results were also evaluated across the board for the teams. In the end it was not surprising that host Finland won the Trophy with Roni Kytönen, Antti Hänninen, Mika Tamminen and Eemil Pohjola. Second was the Trophy from Slovakia and third was the team from Sweden. Finnish rider Pohoja had already secured his individual title as European Champion in the class over 250 ccm four stroke the day before. But the most outstanding rider from the Finnish team was undoubtedly Roni Kytönen: The
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Enduro European Championship: double success and other titles

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Enduro European Championship: double success and other titles Local hero Roni Kytönen was able to clinch both possible titles early, on the second day of the European Enduro Championship finale in Heinola, Finland. With an overall victory of the day, the Husqvarna rider not only clinched the title in the small cubic capacity class juniors E1, but also the European Champion title in the overall standings of all drivers. But in the first of the three laps it didn't look like that yet: In the second special stage, the 19-year-old had crashed and lost about 20 seconds to the competition. He followed this gap and made up for it in five tests. At the beginning of the third lap he was able to take the lead again and then kept his nerve and extended his lead to over 15 seconds. Jed Etchells, the Briton, was the only one who had
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Enduro European Championship: English victory in English weather

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Enduro European Championship: English victory in English weather The partly heavy rain had made the track and special stages at the finale of the European Enduro Championship in Heinola, Finland, particularly difficult and demanding. On the slippery stones and smooth roots the motorcycles had to set the best times. At first, 19-year-old Roni Kytönen was able to use his home advantage and took the lead - but always the Englishman Jed Etchells was at the back. After the first lap, he found the right suspension setting on his new Sherco and pushed the Finn in front of him. At the end of the second lap he was able to take the lead with less than a second. But already in the next special stage Kytönen took the lead back again. But then Etchells drove 13 seconds faster than all other riders in the next test and laid the foundation for
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Enduro European Championship: ready for the final in Finland

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Enduro European Championship: ready for the final in Finland The final of the European Enduro Championship will take place next weekend in Heinola, Finland. The former motocross world championship track has already hosted many international enduro competitions. From Friday, September 6, 2019, to Sunday, September 8, 2019, the European Championships will be staging their championships over three days. Two days are dedicated to the terrain and the special stages, on the last day there will be a final motocross contest for the last positions. That's why the cross-country course in the north of Heinola is also the place for the paddock and the administration. And to make it even easier for the teams, the second time control will also be there, so that there will be short distances for all the staff. But it won't be any easier for the riders: they will each have to complete three laps on
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2020 Enduro & Rally European Championships Provisional Calendar

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2020 Enduro & Rally European Championships Provisional Calendar The FIM Europe, together with the Enduro & Rally Commission, is proud to release the 2020 European Championships Provisional Calendar. Enduro Four rounds for the Enduro European Championship. The season starts in Italy and keeps on with the second round in Hungary, back to the championship after many years. Then is the time for Poland and finally for Czech Republic. 1. 4th-5th April 2020 – Castel di Tora, Italy 2. 16th-17th May 2020 – Ber, Hungary 3. 27th-28th June 2020 – Kielce, Poland 4. 8th-9th August 2020 – Plasy, Czech Republic   Superenduro Three rounds together with the World Championship. The season opens in Poland in December and continues in Germany and Hungary. 1. 7th December 2019 – Krakow, Poland 2. 4th January 2020 – Rieza, Germany 3. 1st February 2020 – Budapest, Hungary   TT Rally Four rounds rocks the season.
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Enduro European Championship: double victory for Kytönen

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Enduro European Championship: double victory for Kytönen The junior 19 years old Rony Kytönen from Finland won the third round of the European Enduro Championship in Madona, Latvia, on the second day with another day's victory in the class and overall ranking. He extended his lead in the Junior E1 too. For the young rider this is the first overall victory in the European Championship. "This gives me a lot of self-confidence" said the Husavarna rider, whose father Vesa, a former Enduro World Champion (1999), had accompanied him on this trip. Second place for Albin Elowson, only 18 seconds behind. But the Swedish was ill just before the competition and had to take antibiotics. He was also reconciled with the fact, that he naturally won the big four-stroke class and, despite his retirement in Slovakia, slipped back to second place in this championship. "I had a small crash on the
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