The Enduro European Championship started this weekend in Arsiè (Italy).
The winners of the different classes in the two days are the following:
|Day 1||Day 2|
|Overall||Mirco Gritti (ITA, KTM)||Mirco Gritti (ITA, KTM)|
|E1 Junior||Davide Roggeri (ITA, Suzuki)||Jacopo Cerutti (ITA, TM)|
|E2/3 Junior||Gianluca Martini (ITA, Beta)||Gianluca Martini (ITA, Beta)|
|Junior U20||Guido Conforti (ITA, Yamaha)||Guido Conforti (ITA, Yamaha)|
|E1||Alessio Paoli (ITA, Suzuki)||Michal Szuster (POL, TM)|
|E2||Diego Nicoletti (ITA, Beta)||Cedric Cremer (BEL, KTM)|
|E3||Mirco Gritti (ITA, KTM)||Mirco Gritti (ITA, KTM)|
|Veteran||Werner Muller (AUT, KTM)||Werner Muller (AUT, KTM)|
|Women||Heike Petrick (GER, KTM)||Heike Petrick (GER, KTM)|
|50cc||Jordi Gardiol (ITA, Valenti)||Jordi Gardiol (ITA, Valenti)|
|Teams||MCT Motorace 2||Husaberg 1|
The second day was characterised by some rain, but still Italian riders dominated the event winning in six classes.
The overall victory went to Mirco Gritti KTM) from Motorace Team managed, who managed to have the best on Szuster, while Micheluz finished third in less than three seconds. But Szuster would surely have won the overall classification without a fall in the last special test. Szuster took comfort winning the E1 Senior class, in front of the Italian Alessio Paoli (4T Suzuki 250) and the Finnish Roni Nikander (KTM 250 4T), who at the end managed to have the best on the Portuguese Luis Miguel Oliveira (Yamaha 2T 125).
For more information, check the official website of the Enduro European Championship:
Next round is scheduled on the 21st and 22nd of July in Paikusse (Estonia).