This weekend saw more success for Honda as the Italian Enduro Championship headed into it’s fourth round of the year at Sant’Angelo in Vado.
Honda Racing RedMoto World Enduro Team’s Thomas Oldrati proved to be the one to beat in the 250 4T class and overall. He concluded both days on the podium with an amazing win on Saturday and second on Sunday. This was enough to place him second and fourth in the overall standings.
With these results, Oldrati strengthens his leadership in the class and is now third overall.
Meanwhile it was a tough event for team mate Christophe Charlier who struggled on this type of ground: he finished fifth on both days in the ranking reserved to the foreigners.
Both Davide Guarneri and Davide Soreca from Honda RedMoto Lunigiana Team found the mud and deep swamps that had formed from heavy rain hard going, but managed to collect a brace of third positions between them.
Guarneri spent the weekend suffering with a back injury, but has moved himself into third position in the 250 4T standing, while Soreca is third in the 450 4T class.
In the S2 Motorsport Sembenini Honda-RedMoto team, Alex Salvini proved once again why he’s the rider the beat in the 450 4T class by taking two amazing victories.
Thanks to these successes, Salvini confirms his class leadership and is fourth in the overall standings.
The next competition for the CRF riders will be the GP of Greece in Serres (14 – 16 June).