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2018 World Enduro Final – E2 Class World Champions and J1 / J2 Podium Placings.

Believe nothing is impossible. The GP of Germany has given the TM Racing Factory Enduro Team a season ending full of high emotions, at the end of the two days of the scheduled competition we lift the title in the E2 class with our rider, Eero Remes and his EN 300Fi ES-4S

Last weekend the last round of the World Enduro Championship took place in Rudersdorf.  The TM Racing Factory Team arrived in Germany with the awareness that the impossible could become possible.

On the opening day Eero Remes ran a perfect race, going to win the E2 class and gaining some points back to the provisional championship leader.

Day 2 started with our Finnish rider still among the protagonists, this performance continued until the middle of the days competition when we received some news. The news is the withdrawal by disqualification of Alex Salvini, the provisional leader of the E2 class, due to his bike suffering a failure. With this sudden change to the running results, Eero Remes has thus considerably decreased his race pace to ensure a finish without mistakes being made, therefore going on to end the day by winning the much desired World title of the E2 class. This brings the World titles conquered by Eero and the Pesaro motorcycle manufacturer, TM Racing, to three World Championship victories.

Congratulations also to our Junior rider Davide Soreca and Andrea Verona who once again have been protagonists and have reached the podium.

EERO REMES

“On the first day I ran a good race, making a few mistakes and at the end I got on the highest step of the podium. The following day I immediately started pushing hard then when I saw Alex Salvini’s motorcycle stopped in the transfer point I managed the race from there onward. The final victory was unexpected but we all believed it could happen. ”

ANDREA VERONA

“A race of highs and lows but at the end I am happy with the second place overall obtained in the Junior class. Now we will prepare well for the next season “.

DAVIDE SORECA

“I finished a season of highs and lows at best. I’m happy with the second place in the J2 and the third in the Junior won in the second day of the race “.