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Enduro European Championship: crowned the 2023 champions!

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Enduro European Championship: crowned the 2023 champions! The Borilli Enduro European Championship’s season finale kicked off in Kielce-Piekoszov, Poland, with the crowning of the 2023 Champions. The FIM Europe President Michal Sikora attended the Season Finale by seeing and supporting all the riders all day long, both in the special test and during the prize ceremony. Day1 Endgame for the Overall: thanks to a fourth place David Abgrall became the new European Champion. Day 1 overall winner was the Czech Krystof Kouble: at the end of a perfect day he signed the best time ahead of Alex Walton and the 2022 European Champion, Erik Willems. In the hard-fought Youth class Pietro Scardina signed the best time after a long battle with the two title contenders Luca Colorio and Romain Dagna, respectively second and third. The Junior 1 European Champion Riccardo Fabris continued to demonstrate his skill by winning the seventh
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Enduro European Championship: double victory for Eemil Pojhola

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Enduro European Championship: double victory for Eemil Pojhola A perfect summer weekend in Paikuse, Estonia, welcomed the third round of the Enduro European Championship. The route: 3 laps, 64 km, with 3 special tests - Airoh Cross Test, Eleveit Enduro Test and 24MX Extreme Test. Day1 Eemil Pohjola read perfectly all the tests, taking the lead with a fair gap. Alex Walton took the second overall position defending himself from Diego Haution, third, and Lucas Bergstrom. Luca Colorio won for the very first time in the Youth class. Thanks to the excellent lap times set throughout the day he managed to keep the championship leader Romain Dagna behind. The gap that separated the two young champions was only 3 cents. Fifth success for Riccardo Fabris in Junior 1 ahead of Miks Rasmanis. After fighting hard all day long, Diego Haution took his first win in Junior 2, while Lucas Bergstrom
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Mini Enduro Trophy: French Léo Lavesvre wins the first edition

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Mini Enduro Trophy: French Léo Lavesvre wins the first edition The first edition ever of the Mini Enduro European Trophy took place in Grigno, Italy. Two intense days of racing with about 100 riders in the Park Fermè ready to fight for the titles. Day1 The battle began from the very first test with the riders of the 125 class who took the lead of the Overall standings. In the first three laps Pierpaolo Mosca (KTM) took the best times winning all the tests, but Tommaso Roccato (Fantic) did not let himself be detached. With a delay of only 8 seconds Tommaso stayed close to his compatriot. During the day Mosca slowed down, while Roccato kept pushing and took the first overall position winning the day. Mosca finished second ahead of Léo Lavesvre (KTM): the French rider had a slow start but then he managed to finish third overall. The podium
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Enduro European Championship: Matej Skuta claimed double overall victory in Portuguese round

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Enduro European Championship: Matej Skuta claimed double overall victory in Portuguese round The second round of the Enduro European Championship was hosted in Santa Marta de Penaguiao, Portugal. Day1 Matej Skuta topped in all the three special tests: after the missing victory in Fabriano, the Czechoslovak rider managed to end the day with the best time ever. Second step of the podium for the French rider Diego Haution, who managed to maintain a good pace in all the special tests. David Abgrall, former European Champion, managed to finish third overall despite a small crash in the second lap. The Youth class was won by French rider Romain Dagna ahead of Luca Colorio and Davide Mei, who took the podium for the first time. Third victory in a row for Riccardo Fabris in Junior 1, while the Polish rider Dawid Babicz was second and Nicola Paolucci third. In Junior 2 Matej
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Enduro European Championship: Lorenzo Macoritto and Pietro Scardina win at season opener in Italy

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Enduro European Championship: Lorenzo Macoritto and Pietro Scardina win at season opener in Italy The 2023 Borilli Enduro European Championship kicked off in Fabriano, Italy, offering a stunning backdrop to the racing at round one. Providing typically Italian terrain, the special tests ensured challenging trails, with a 7 km long Enduro Test, a slippery Cross Test and a stony Extreme Test. Day 1 Italian rider Lorenzo Macoritto (Fantic) ruled the whole day getting the overall win with a 20-second gap on Matej Skuta (Beta), second, and the young Pietro Scardina (Fantic), third. Scardinia also won the Youth class, tying in second position the French Romain Dagna and in third compatriot Luca Colorio (Husqvarna). The Junior 1 winner was Riccardo Fabris (Husqvarna), while Skuta won the Junior 2. German flag waved on E1 podium: Andreas Beier (Beta) got the best class time ahead of Aleksander Bracik (Rieju) and Riccardo Celesti (Fantic).
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SuperEnduro Cup: British Peace is the new champion, while Italian Azzalini impresses

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SuperEnduro Cup: British Peace is the new champion, while Italian Azzalini impresses The SuperEnduro Cup was back in action for the second and last round of the season with an amazing and thrilling weekend at the Papp Lazlo Sport Arena in Budapest, together with the third GP of the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship. 12.000 fans followed and lived the adventures of all the top riders of the European Cup and World Championship. After the win in the first round in Germany, British Dan Peace (Sherco) confirmed his role as leader. Although he didn’t take victory in either of the races, the Sherco rider managed to climb to second place overall in the GP which was won by Alessandro Azzalini (GASGAS). The young Italian rider showed great strength and won the first race ahead of Peace and crowd-pleaser Roland Liszka (KTM). Race two was awesome for its chaos. Sixth in race
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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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