The Estonia GP saw a great performance by the Honda Racing RedMoto World Enduro Team, with both Oldrati and Snow finishing just shy of the podium.

The fourth round of the FIM EnduroGP World Championship, organised by RedMoto Klubi of Tallinn, saw the riders tackle a 60km route repeated three times a day with three different tests (Cross, Enduro and Extreme), plus the Supertest of Friday night.

In the E2 class, Oldrati started the weekend with an impressive performance in the Supertest, winning both the E2 and the Overall classes. On Saturday he consistently fought for third position and was unfortunate to finish fourth because of a couple of mistakes in the penultimate Special test. It was a similar story on Sunday, where he was third throughout the day but lost the podium in the final part.

Guarneri’s substitute Alex Snow gave an excellent performance in the E1 class, finishing fourth on both days, despite this being only his second experience of Enduro GP (after last year’s debut in Spoleto).

Unfortunately it was a tough race for Emanuele Facchetti in the Junior EJ1 class. Facchetti came away from the weekend with seventh and tenth due to some crashes.

The next race for the Honda Racing RedMoto World Enduro Team will be the fifth round of the Italian Championship in Colle di Tora (16-17 June).

Thomas Oldrati

Thomas Oldrati 22

Quite positive weekend close to the podium. On Sunday I fought all day long with Charlier, then a mistake in the last cross test made me lose the top three. We made great steps forward and the team did a good job with the bike. Thanks to Matteo, Tullio and Diego.

Honda RedMoto World Enduro Team
Alex Snow

Alex Snow

What an experience! Racing with Boffelli’s team was incredible! I did my best in order to finish both days on the podium. It’s a shame because I could step to the podium, but I made a couple of mistakes that made me lose precious seconds. Anyway, I’m very satisfied and I thank the team.

Honda RedMoto World Enduro Team
Emanuele Facchetti

Emanuele Facchetti

On Saturday I was fourth overall in the Junior, but a crash in the extreme test made me lose about one minute and a half and so I couldn’t do better than the seventh position. On Sunday I was catching up, but I made another mistake in the extreme test and I lose the top-five.

Honda RedMoto World Enduro Team
Matteo Boffelli

Matteo Boffelli

Team Manager

Positive race. Oldrati ruled on Friday night and we were so close to the podium in both the days of the race. Great performance for Snow too in E1 class. We are making good progress and working hard to be more and more competitive. We look forward to get to the track.

Honda RedMoto World Enduro Team
Tullio Pellegrinelli

Tullio Pellegrinelli

RedMoto Team and Technical Coordinator

Amazing Oldrati and Snow. It’s a shame for Facchetti, alternating good performance and not: he has to look for more substance in rhythm. Now we look forward to the next race with positiveness, keep on working.”

Honda RedMoto World Enduro Team
GP of Estonia

Tallinn, Estonia

Enduro 2018, Round 4

Sunday 3 Jun 2018, 20:15 UTC
# Rider Num Nationality Nat. Points Pts. Team Constructor Constr. Time/Gap
1 Alex Salvini 9 ITA 20 JET Husqvarna 1:08:27.68
2 Loic Larrieu 4 FRA 18 Outsiders-Yamaha Racing Yamaha +1:40.46
3 Christophe Charlier 23 FRA 16 Beta Factory Team Beta +2:07.25
4 Thomas Oldrati 22 ITA 14 Honda RedMoto World Enduro Team Honda +2:16.43
5 Deny Philippaerts 44 ITA 12 Costa Ligure Beta Boano Racing Beta +3:58.59
6 Martin Leok 3 EST 10 Privateer KTM +8:59.22
7 Joshua Gotts 40 GBR 9 TM Racing UK TM +11:24.33
NC Matthew Phillips 19 AUS 0 CH Racing Sherco Factory Racing Sherco +DNF
NC Eero Remes 34 FIN 0 TM Factory Racing TM +DNF
NC Juri Triisa 59 EST 0 Privateer Beta +DNF
NC Ivo Steinbergs 74 LAT 0 Privateer KTM +DNF
Saturday 2 Jun 2018, 20:00 UTC
# Rider Num Nationality Nat. Points Pts. Team Constructor Constr. Time/Gap
1 Eero Remes 34 FIN 20 TM Factory Racing TM 1:08:35.49
2 Alex Salvini 9 ITA 18 JET Husqvarna +2.77
3 Loic Larrieu 4 FRA 16 Outsiders-Yamaha Racing Yamaha +2:00.53
4 Thomas Oldrati 22 ITA 14 Honda RedMoto World Enduro Team Honda +2:16.19
5 Matthew Phillips 19 AUS 12 CH Racing Sherco Factory Racing Sherco +3:04.11
6 Deny Philippaerts 44 ITA 10 Costa Ligure Beta Boano Racing Beta +3:26.69
7 Christophe Charlier 23 FRA 9 Beta Factory Team Beta +3:47.19
8 Martin Leok 3 EST 8 Privateer KTM +6:11.96
9 Joshua Gotts 40 GBR 7 TM Racing UK TM +8:11.03
10 Ivo Steinbergs 74 LAT 6 Privateer KTM +8:54.96
11 Juri Triisa 59 EST 5 Privateer Beta +17:11.57
Rider Standings
Sunday, 3 Jun 2018 - Open world standings grid
# Rider Num Nationality Nat. Points Pts. Team Constructor Constr.
1 Alex SALVINI 9 ITA 152 JET Husqvarna
2 Eero REMES 34 FIN 126 TM Factory Racing TM
3 Loic LARRIEU 4 FRA 123 Outsiders-Yamaha Racing Yamaha
4 Thomas OLDRATI 22 ITA 90 Honda RedMoto World Enduro Team Honda
5 Matthew PHILLIPS 19 AUS 83 CH Racing Sherco Factory Racing Sherco
6 Christophe CHARLIER 23 FRA 82 Beta Factory Team Beta
7 Deny PHILIPPAERTS 44 ITA 81 Costa Ligure Beta Boano Racing Beta
8 Joshua GOTTS 40 GBR 63 TM Racing UK TM
9 Diogo VENTURA 52 POR 25 Privateer Honda
10 Matti OIKARI 75 FIN 25 SE Team Honda
11 Luis OLIVEIRA 31 POR 20 Privateer Yamaha
12 Martin LEOK 3 EST 18 Privateer KTM
13 Mathias BELLINO 69 FRA 18 Honda Control Tech ORC Team Honda
14 Ossi HALONEN 41 FIN 14 Team YKKOS-MP KTM
15 Ivo STEINBERGS 74 LAT 6 Privateer KTM
16 Juri TRIISA 59 EST 5 Privateer Beta