Enduro European Championship: World Champion Andrea Verona ruled in San Marino

Enduro European Championship:
World Champion Andrea Verona ruled in San Marino

The Republic of San Marino welcomed for the first time the Enduro European Championship. A great weekend of races organized by the San Marino Federation and Titano Motoclub, both directing this second round which saw more than 150.

Day 1

World Champion Andrea Verona joined the European challenge, taking the occasion to train for the Italian round of the World Championship, which will be held next week. An important presence that did not disappoint expectations. In fact, Verona won the Overall in front of a fast and determined Matej Skuta, who could do nothing. On the third step of the podium another prominent name: Davide Soreca.

In addition to the overall, Verona won the E2 class ahead of Daniel Mundell and Alex Walton.

Skuta won the Junior 2 class over Diego Haution and Riccardo Fabris.

Moreover, Soreca took the victory in E1, consolidating his lead in the standings. Davide Mei and Yann Dupic finished second and third.

Anthony Geslin won in E3 ahead of two Italians: Mattia Capuzzo, who gave Geslin a hard time, and Mirko Ciani.

Among the youngsters of Junior1, the Frenchman Killian Lunier was the best one. Second position for Nicolò Paolucci and Samuel Davies.

Pietro Scardina won the Youth one minute over Gabin Allemand.

In the Senior class Maurizio Micheluz took another victory.

New entry in the women’s class: the American Rachel Gutish, for the first time at the European Championship, won ahead of Tanjia Schlosser and Linnea Akesson.

Day 2

In a hot summer day Italian rider Andrea Verona won also Day 2. Behind him Matej Skuta again second and Davide Soreca third.

Soreca won also the E1, taking his fourth success of the season.

Verona ruled the E2 ahead of the two Englishmen Daniel Mundell and Alex Walton.

Significant victory for Anthony Geslin in E3, with Mattia Capuzzo second and Mirko Ciani third. The French anthem resounded loudly again in the Junior 1 class thanks to Killian Lunier, uncatchable in San Marino.

In addition to the second position in the Overall, Skuta won the Junior2 ahead of Diego Haution and the Finnish Samuli Puhakainen.

Once more, the Youth class was ruled by Pietro Scardina, Rachel Gutish won the Women’s and Maurizio Micheluz the Senior.

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