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Superenduro Cup: lights on the first European race of the 2023 season

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Superenduro Cup: lights on the first European race of the 2023 season New year, new season. The Superenduro Cup opened the 2023 sporting season with its first round at the SachsenArena in Riesa, Germany. As usual, the Riesa club crafted a technical and tough track for the European and world’s best riders, as the race was held together with the Super Enduro World Championship. Experienced riders of the sport fired up a huge crowd and created an unforgettable atmosphere in the stadium. The European Cup saw 26 riders on the starting list and 14 qualified to the final races. In the first manche Polish rider Grzegorz Kargul won ahead of English Dan Peace, twice second, and Hungarian Roland Liszka, twice third. Race 2 was ruled by Hungarian Mark Szoke. Now, stay tuned for the last event in Budapest on February 4th!   Event classification - Top five Peace Dan, GBR
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European Parliament hosts Enduro Champions

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The European Parliament hosts Enduro European Champions in Brussels From left: Hon. Sergio Berlato, former FIM Europe President Mr. Martin De Graaff, Robert Svensson and Maxim (Tony and Monica Mori) at the meeting last march. On Tuesday 6th and Wednesday 7th December the 2022 Enduro European Champions have been invited by the European Parliament to its headquarters in Brussels for an important Ceremony with the theme “Sport as a key to access to brotherhood and friendship between people, social inclusion and exchange between European cultures and young people”. An important achievement for the Borilli Enduro European Championship as symbol of collaboration, friendship and peace between peoples, strongly promoted both by the Honourable Berlato and Championship's promoter Maxim. The event will open with the gala dinner together with the European Champions, FIM Europe members, Championship Promoter Maxim and Mr. Berlato. The following day the speeches of those who made this event
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Enduro European Championship: 2023 calendar announced

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Enduro European Championship: 2023 calendar announced The FIM Europe, together with the promoter Maxim, is delighted to share the 2023 Enduro European Championship calendar. Four the rounds scheduled for season 2023. All will start in Italy on 15th and 16th April. The city of Fabriano hosted the European Championship in 2018 and will open the 2023 season with a great race around the city. A month later, on 13th and 14th May, the series will move to Portugal, venue TBA. After a little break, on 15th and 16th July the Championship will visit Paikuse, in Estonia: the organizer of Round 3# are already working to prepare a great race. The final round will be host by Poland: the beautiful city of Kielce will host again the series after the great experience of 2021. Links https://www.enduroeuropean.com/ Click here to visit our Enduro & Rally page
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Enduro European Championship: day2 in Germany

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Enduro European Championship: day2 in Germany Second and last day of racing for the Enduro European Championship. It got very dramatic in the Youth class for the under 21s. After a major crash on the first day of racing, Manuel Verzeroli, who had been leading the championship until then, slipped back to second place. As a result, Frenchman Clement Clauzier was leading the standings. Not only the championship, but after a slip by Verzeroli in the very first special stage, also the day's classification. But in the penultimate special test a crash by Clauzier dropped him to fourth place. This meant that Verzeroli won both the day's classification and the Championship. It was a tearful finish for the Frenchman, who had already had his hand on the title. Defending champion Maurizio Micheluz finished second in the E1 class behind guest entrant Edward Hübner from Germany. This is the 14th time
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Enduro European Championship: day1 in Germany

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Enduro European Championship: day1 in Germany Day 1 of the Borilli Enduro European Championship in Rüdersdorf, Germany, saw the Belgian Erik Willems crowned champion of all classes. The eleventh overall position was enough for the Husqvarna rider to grab the title. “It went pretty well at first, but then I had a heavy crash at the beginning of the second lap in the extreme test, which cost me a minute. From then on, it was really just a fight to actually make it to the finish in one piece". Erik Willems In the E2 class, however, the fight for the title is once again postponed to the last day. With a class win, Italian Alessandro Rizza could also already secure the title. A 23-point lead can no longer be caught by Martin Gottvald. The title is all the more remarkable as the victory was achieved with a 125cc bike. Alessandro
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Enduro European Championship: the final in Germany

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Enduro European Championship: the final in Germany The final of the Borilli European Enduro Championship 2022 will take place on 29-30 October in Rüdersdorf, Germany, directly east of the capital Berlin. The organising MC Woltersdorf already hosted the European Championship final in 2015 and even the Enduro GP raced here in 2018. The paddock is in the museum park, which depicts the eventful industrial history on site, especially the extraction and processing of limestone. The site offers space for the parc-fermè in historic walls and space for a predominantly natural extreme test next door. There are three different special tests on a 55 km circuit run three times a day: Extreme Test, Cross Test and Enduro Test. The Cross Test is about 6 km away from the paddock and leads over a slightly sandy meadow course. The Enduro test is only 4 km away and has several ascents and descents
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Enduro European Championship: third round in Finland

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Enduro European Championship: home-advantage used in Finland On the first day of the Borilli Enduro European Championship 2022 in Sipoo, Finland, local hero Eero Remes won on his Husqvarna: the Finn has already collected three World Championship titles in his active career and, although he actually wanted to hang up his helmet, he couldn't resist the temptation: "I only live 20 minutes from here and I know the terrain and the conditions well. It would be a shame not to have taken the chance to race" he said after the competition. At first it didn't look like Hein had the advantage, because in the demanding extreme test the small rider got stuck in the long stone field and lost more than 40 seconds, which dropped him to sixth place overall. But Remes continued to fight his way to the front and was actually able to snatch victory from his compatriot
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Enduro European Championship

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Enduro European Championship: the 2022 Borilli European Enduro Championship enters its second half The 24 MX round 3 will take place this weekend in Sipoo, Finland, just 40 km east of the capital Helsinki. It’s the chance for Belgian Erik Willems to extend his lead in the overall standings: the Husqvarna rider had lost much of his lead due to technical problems in the last round and now it’s time to redeem. His toughest opponent, the Briton Dan Mundell, had already prepared himself the past days in Sweden, with similar ground conditions as in Sipoo. But the three-time Enduro World Champion Eero Remes can also be considered one of the favourites: the Finn will use his home race as guest start in the European Championship. The 2019 European Champion, Eemil Pohjola, is also one of the riders to keep an eye on at his home race. In the senior category,
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The Enduro European Championship promotes eco-friendly mobility

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The Enduro European  Championship promotes eco-friendly mobility with a class reserved to electric bikes   Great news for the 2022 Borilli Enduro European Championship! In occasion of the 3rd round in Sipoo, Finland, on 23rd-24th July, a new class reserved to electric bikes will be introduced. This new type of vehicle will arrive within the Championship and will race the same special tests of the “traditional” vehicles. An exciting proving ground for these bikes which have made their appearance on the market years ago. Despite the absence of the traditional sound, they manage to give the same emotions as vehicles with the internal combustion engine. A brand-new and innovative formula aimed at promoting the sustainable mobility. The FIM Europe is increasingly careful in respecting and safeguarding the planet and the promotion of this zero-emission category is a concrete proof. More information about the new category and the race: www.enduroeuropean.com Click
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Enduro European Championship: round 2 in Hungary

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Enduro European Championship: round 2 in Hungary Day 1 In Tamasi, Belgian Erik Willems won again ahead of Englishman Daniel Mundell and thus extended his lead in the Enduro European Championship. But it was a long day, with particular problems for Willems: “I hadn't eaten enough during the day. This gave me slight cramps at the end. We drove for more than eight hours, I'm not used to that. I still have to find the right balance".  His toughest rival was Daniel Mundel, but he could not keep up the Belgian's pace in the cross test. In the end, after 12 special test, his gap added up to 30 seconds, just half a minute. In the E1 class, reigning champion Maurizio Micheluz switched from the Husqvarna two-stroke to the four-stroke. Once more the Italian won the class and rode to sixth place in the overall standings. In the senior category,
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