Enduro European Championship: all set for the final round

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. The Italian has a small advantage and, completely untypical for his compatriots, he thinks that sandy ground would suit him.

In the class of the smallest motorbikes and youngest riders, the U21 class with the 125cc motorbikes, Pyry Juupaluoma, who is only 18 years old, could  become the champion in his class early after the first day of riding. The Husqvarna rider already has so much lead over the competition and is also always to be found at the top of the overall standings.

French rider Justine Martel also has the best chance of securing her title in the women’s class early.

In the other classes, the lead of the favourites is not yet so clear.

GPS links:

Start / Finish / TC 1 / TC 2: Manege ‘t Oale Spoor GPS: 52.379031, 6.450187
2MASTERS Proloog Circuit de Koetree – GPS: 52.388194, 6.452354
Putoline Enduro Test 1 – GPS: 52.388657, 6.412776
Sherco Enduro Test 2 – GPS: 52.381992, 6.436552
Eurol Extreme Test 3 – GPS: 52.391702, 6.473045
123 Magazijninrichting Cross Test 4 – GPS: 52.388509, 6.495661


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