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Enduro European Championship: season finale in the Netherlands

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Enduro European Championship: season finale in the Netherlands After the races in Italy, Czech Republic and Poland, the Enduro European Championship stops in the Netherlands for the fourth and last round of the season. A thrilling season finale in Hellendoor, 140 km east of Amsterdam, in which the FIM Europe President Mr Martin de Graaff participated. Mr Martin de Graaff, FIM Europe President “It has been a pleasure that my country hosted the final round of the Enduro European Championship. The race started with a prologue on Thursday afternoon, while on Friday and Saturday there were 12 special tests with great challenges in all classes. The very experienced organizer has done a great job with riders and teams. This has been a particular season due to the Covid-19 travel restrictions, but the Enduro and Rally Commission worked very well during the year in order to guarantee a fully calendar and
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Enduro European Championship: all set for the final round

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Enduro European Championship: all set for the final round On 30 October and 1 -2 October the final round of the Enduro European Championship will take place in Hellendoorn, The Netherlands. For the first time the organising Motor Club Nijverdal Hellendoorn (MCNH) will race the Supertest on Thursday from 4.30 pm and after two long riding days there will be the award ceremony. There will be three laps a day on the 80 km long course, which is practically in the format of a big 8. This means that the paddock is also the service point twice per lap, which makes logistics much easier for the teams. The course includes four different special tests: two enduro tests, one extreme test and one cross test. All tests are within easy reach of the paddock for fans and supporters. In the overall classification the fight is between Enrico Rinaldi and Krystof Kouble.
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Enduro European Championship: next to last round in Poland

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Enduro European Championship: next to last round in Poland Third round of the Enduro European Championship in Kelce, Poland. Day1 Three juniors stood on top of the podium at the overall winner's ceremony: Enrico Rinaldi ahead of Krystof Kouble and the Finn Peetu Juupaluoma. Surprisingly, Krystof Kouble had to take a back seat this time: The Czech rider had come to Poland as the leader of the championship, where conditions were similar to the last round in the Czech Republic with mud and rain. In fact, however, the Italian Enrico Rinaldi won the overall standings on both days, first catching up with Kouble and then even just overtaking him in the championship. Both are separated by a narrow margin of only three points before the final, which ultimately makes everything possible. But Rinaldi has already indicated that, uncharacteristically for an Italian, he likes to ride in the sand. That could
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Enduro European Championship: second half of the championship starts in Kielce

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Enduro European Championship: Second half of the championship starts in Kielce The Enduro European Championship is ready to start in Poland the second half of the season: the motorsport club from Kielce, "Korona Novi", has pitched its tents in Piekoszów, on the western outskirts of Kielce. The club not only has a lot of experience with Enduro, it even hosted the finals of the European Championship in 2018. Three rounds of the 76 km long course will be ridden every day, which adds up to over 220 km of off-road for the riders. The course includes a cross test, an enduro test and an extreme test to be completed in each round. All tests are within easy reach of the paddock for fans and supporters. Over 120 riders have registered for this. Although junior rider Kristof Kouble from the Czech Republic is currently the leader in the overall standings, his
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Enduro European Championship: second round in the Czech Republic

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Enduro European Championship: second round in the Czech Republic Day1 Second round for the European Enduro Championship in Kozojedy, Czech Republic. The favourite, Krystof Kouble, lived up to his role and made the most of his home advantage on the demanding course - the Czech rider came back from the first of the three rounds with three special stages each as the overall leader. He did not relinquish this position until the finish. But he had a crash in the very last special test. After a crash in the extreme test, championship leader Enrico Rinaldi from Italy had to bury his hopes for another class win ahead of Kouble. Rinaldi took third place in the overall standings. In second place, however, and surprisingly, was Dominik Olszowy from Poland, who had not yet competed in the European Championship. However, the KTM rider had just returned from the Hardenduro World Championship in
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Enduro European Championship: ready for the second round

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Enduro European Championship: ready for the second round All is set for the second round of the European Enduro Championship with the second round in the Czech Republic after three and a half months: the KP Enduro Club has pitched its tents in Kozojedy (- Obecní Úřad), about 70 km west of Prague. Three and a half laps on 55 km long track each day, which add up to almost 200 km off-road for the riders. The course includes a cross test as well as an enduro test and an extreme test to be completed in the round. Over 120 riders have signed up for this. The Italian riders Enrico Rinaldi and Diego Niccoletti are the favourites, as they are currently ahead of all other participants in the championship standings. But in their Czech homeland, both junior Kristof Kouble and his compatriot Jaromir Romancik should certainly not be underestimated. The start
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Enduro European Championship: the off-road is back to thrill

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Enduro European Championship: the off-road is back to thrill On Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 April the Enduro European Championship started its season in Castel di Tora, Italy. A total of 132 riders competed: a considerable number in view of the various international anti Covid-19 regulations and since some riders had to stay at home involuntarily. A “world” round, as some riders took part as training for the Enduro World Championship. Day 1 The Italian Thomas Oldrati and his French teammate Theophile Espinasse won the first and second place with Honda RedMoto World Enduro Team. It could have gotten the first three places, but the Finnish Roni Kytönen finished fourth after a crash. As the three guests do not get points for the European Championship, the best rider in the European Championship was the Italian Diego Nicoletti (Husqvarna), third overall. Only six seconds behind Enrico Rinaldi finished second, while the reigning
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Enduro European Championship: the season kicks off in Italy

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Enduro European Championship: the season kicks off in Italy The European Enduro Championship is ready to start the season! After last year postpones and cancellations due to the Coronavirus outbreak, this weekend the off road world will be hosted by Motoclub Valturano in Castel di Tora, Italy. The competition, in the full respect of the Italian government regulation, will be a two-days race with a route of 60 km: a 7,5 km enduro test, a 4,5 km cross test and a challenging 1,5 km extreme test. It will be a very exciting season, because after the year of involuntary break in the European Championship, there are hardly any reigning European champions from 2019, but there are also some promising talents from the various countries. Live timing on both days at: http://enduro.ficr.it/cie.htm More information on the official website: http://european-enduro.com/ 2021 Calendar 17th-18th April                Castel di Tora / Italy (www.italianoenduro.com) 7th-8th August               
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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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