Brad Freeman World Champion

E3 Class

During the weekend of 14-16 October, the last act of the Enduro World Championship season was staged in Zschopau, Germany, in front of a large and festive crowd of fans who came along the track.

It was a weekend under the sign of a typically autumnal climate, which kicked off on Friday evening with the Super Test, followed by two days of racing, each 57 km long, which included the following tests: an Extreme Test 1.5 km long, with soft terrain alternating with stones and rocks, followed by a medium-length Enduro Test (6 km) that was equally technical and challenging. To close, the last extremely fast special test, a Cross Test over 3 km long, inside a large field with very soft terrain.

At the end of a long and tormented season, Brad Freeman was awarded the title of E3 Class World Champion. Throughout the season, despite injuries and problems with Covid-19, the British rider never lost heart and fought with grit, despite many difficult moments. On Saturday, Brad Freeman rode an incredible race to win the E3 Class and take second position in the Enduro GP Class, levelling the points in the provisional standings against his rival.

Sunday started more uphill for the British rider who was unable to be as incisive as on the previous day in the first part of the race. The turning point came at the start of the second lap, however, when Brad recorded incredible times in all special stages, still finishing second in the Enduro GP and winning the race day in the E3 Class. Thanks to this result Brad Freeman once again became World Champion in the E3 Class.