Honda-RedMoto Lunigiana Team is ready to start the EnduroGP World Championship with the GP of France, scheduled in Requista on September 18th-20th, and the GP of Italy, sets in Spoleto on 25th-27th. This one will be a special event for the Spoleto Moto Club, close to celebrate its centenary. The last two Grand Prix will be in Marco de Canaveses, Portugal, on November 6th-8th and 13th-15th.
Honda-RedMoto Lunigiana Team is ready to live this long-awaited new beginning: teams and riders will have to respect the strict security measures against Coronavirus.
Honda-RedMoto Lunigiana Team will race with the British Alex Snow, who aims to be among the ruler of the E1 class with the Honda-RedMoto CRF 250RX Enduro after the good results conquered in the two rounds of the Italian Championship. Snow finished both the races in the top ten of the ranking reserved to foreign riders, looking for the best feeling as in 2019 he raced with a 2 stroke bike.
Still absent Daniel Mundell, who fractured his right femur in June while he was training with Snow and the world champion Steve Holcombe. He underwent surgery to reduce the fractures and immediately started rehabilitation, but he is not yet ready to face the Junior and EJ2 class races with the Honda-RedMoto CRF 300RX Enduro.
Meanwhile Alex Salvini and the S2 MotoSport Team are also eager to start the new season of EnduroGP. Salvini will race in the E2 class with great motivations, aware of the long work done on the HondaRedMoto CRF 450RX Enduro during the winter and then from May, after the Coronavirus restrictions, together with the technicians of the team. Bruno Crivillin will take part in the World Championship supported by Alex and the S2 MotoSport Team. The 23-year-old Brazilian rider will race in the EJ1 class with the Honda-RedMoto CRF 250RX Enduro.
And the Honda Racing Redmoto World Enduro team are also well prepared. In his 13th consecutive season in the Enduro World Championship, Thomas Oldrati starts as E1 class vice-champion, aiming at the podium with the Honda-RedMoto CRF 250RX Enduro after the excellent performances in the two rounds of the Italian Championship, where he is leader of the 250 4T class and Overall.
In his first year with Honda Racing RedMoto World Enduro Team, the English Daniel McCanney will race in the E2 class with the Honda-RedMoto CRF 450RX Enduro. The young Finnish Roni Kytonen will compete in the Junior overall standings and EJ1 class with the Honda-RedMoto CRF 250RX Enduro.
Alex Snow, Honda-RedMoto Lunigiana Team
“We lived a tough situation due to the Coronavirus outbreak, but now the time has come to start the World Championship. I trained a lot in August and I hope to be in the fight for the E1 top five. It will be very strange to be in the paddock after such a long period. Also during the lockdown, I continued to train in England trying to improve the feeling with the Honda-RedMoto CRF 250 RX Enduro. I’m bumped and I can’t wait to restart.”
Alex Salvini, S2 MotoSport Team
“I’m very happy because also in August we did a good job based on the results of the first two rounds of the Italian Championship. Let’s start positive the World Championship, aiming at the podium: each race will be crucial in terms of score. I’m confident and I know I can play for the win, even if the level of my opponents is very high. We must analyze every data and optimize our strategy. Good luck to Bruno Crivillin: he is thorough and fast, and I’m sure he will get good results”.
Thomas Oldrati, Honda Racing RedMoto World Enduro Team
“At last the time has come! We waited a long time, working and developing new technical solutions. The feelings are positive: the first two races of the Italian Championship went very well and I also took part to a round of the Italian E-Bike Enduro Championship, winning the race. It will be important to be constant and make no mistakes”.