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25/09/2018

World Enduro Championship 2018 - France

HOLCOMBE INCREASES HIS ADVANTAGE IN ENDURO GP

CAVALLO WORLD CHAMPION, DOUBLE VICTORY FOR FREEMAN AND PODIUM FOR CHARLIER

Last weekend took place in Methamis, France, the seventh and penultimate round of the FIM Enduro GP World Championship.

The classic race, Endurance de Methamis, hosted the World Enduro Circus and replaced the England GP.

Steve Holcombe raced, as usual, an amazing race conquering a second place on Saturday and a first place in Day 2 going to increase its lead in the Enduro GP. Now he is 30 points ahead with 40 points still up for grabs.
In the E3 class the British rider is increasingly the undisputed leader and, with the double success at the French GP, the Title is far away only 4 points.

In Methamis, therefore, Steve Holcombe showed a wonderful display of power during the crucial moment of the season.

Excellent race also for Christophe Charlier in the E2 class and in the Enduro GP.
The Corsican raced an incredible Day 2 climbing on the second step of the podium in the E2 class – only 0,25 sec. far from the victory – and a few tenths of second from the podium of the Enduro GP.

Beta successes don’t stop there.

The French GP crowned the Beta Boano Team and Matteo Cavallo – on RR 300 2t – World Champions in the Junior class after a season spent by a true matador.
Very good race also for Brad Freeman who has collected another double victory in Mathamis continuing his unstoppable escalation to the Title of the E1.

The German GP, final act of the FIM Enduro GP World Championship, will take place on 13th and 14th October.

STEVE HOLCOMBE

"Positive weekend for the E3 class and especially for the Enduro GP where I increased the lead over my direct opponents. Now we’ll play everything in October in Germany ".

CHRISTOPHE CHARLIER

“I’m happy for the race on Sunday, the feeling with the bike was perfect and the results came with the second place in the E2. Too bad for the podium touched in the Enduro GP, it would have been perfect”.