Loic Larrieu and his TM Racing EN 300Fi ES machine have taken the last round of the 2019 Enduro GP World Championship by storm to claim the E2 class world title.
Heading into the final event of the season, in his native France, Loic sat a couple of points in arrears in the championship standings before the last two days of action commenced. A great day on Saturday saw Loic take the lead of the E2 class championship, by a mere one point and with one day left to complete. A fierce battle ensued in the final day of the season today, that witnessed Loic not only win the day outright, but take his first E2 class world title by winning the E2 class as well.
This completes a spectaculer season for the TM Racing Factory Team at the Enduro GP with 3 world titles and a runner up.
Andrea Verona and his EN 250Fi ES ‘Twin’ took the Junior Class World Title in convincing style with 2 rounds remaining. Sir David Knight and his EN 300 2S-ES obliterated the competition in the Senior class where David won every single round he entered to take maximum points across the board. Loic Larrieu and his EN 300Fi ES ‘Single’ battled it out to the very last day of the championship to take his first E2 class World title today in France. Danny McCanney and his EN 300 2S-ES put in a massive effort this season to finihs second overall in the E3 class.
An incredible season for TM Racing, it’s riders and the entire team staff. Well done to all involved.