After the double round in France and Italy, this weekend the Enduro World Championship faced the first of the two rounds in Marco de Canaveses, Portugal, which hosts the third and fourth Grand Prix of this season influenced by the Covid-19 pandemic.
The first GP of Portugal was a tough race of real enduro with a route of 60 km with three special tests to be repeated three times a day.
It was yet another weekend of great results for Honda RedMoto World Enduro Team, once again on the podium with all three riders after the successes achieved in the previous national and international races.
Thomas Oldrati was outstanding, as on Saturday he got the third place in E1 class and the sixth in the Overall riding the Honda-RedMoto CRF 250RX Enduro, while on Sunday he ruled the race winning the fight against Verona and finishing fourth overall.
There was also a great double podium for Daniel McCanney riding the Honda-RedMoto CRF 450RX Enduro. The English rider conquered two amazing third places in the E2 class, finishing seventh and sixth overall.
It was a weekend of success and bad luck for Roni Kytonen, who races in the EJ1 class and Junior World Championship riding the Honda-RedMoto CRF 250RX Enduro. On Saturday he got a great win and then third position in the Overall Junior, while on Sunday he was unfortunately slowed down by a technical problem due to a crash during the last cross test, finishing sixth after being first all day long.
In the standings Oldrati is fighting for the E1 title against Verona, ahead by four points, Kytonen is first in EJ1, McCanney is third in E2.