RENET LEADS FRENCH ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP - Enduro Tyres

RENET LEADS FRENCH ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP

RENET LEADS FRENCH ENDURO CHAMPIONSHIP

Pela Renet remains the rider to beat in the French Enduro Championship at Villebret…

DAY ONE

Category E1:

On day one Sherco’s Anthony Boissiere claimed his first victory in the championship of France Enduro. Leading from the second special, he successfully managed to hold off runner-up Marc Bourgeois (Yamaha) for the rest of the day. It was a bad day for Christophe Nambotin (KTM) crashes and mistakes held him back in third.

Order E1

– 1 / Anthony Boissiere

– 2 / Marc Bourgeois

– 3 / Christophe Nambotin

Category E2:

There were no mistakes for Pierre-Alexandre Renet (Husqvarna) on day one. The Husqvarna rider was the outright fastest across all categories and put his 450 on the top step of the podium. A surprise was Julien Gauthier (Sherco-Moto Pulsion) who, like his teammate Boissiere achieved excellent timesand finished as the runner-up. Romain Dumontier (Yamaha) completed the podium – a position that he has not left since the beginning of the championship.

E2 Order

– 1 / Pierre-Alexandre Renet

– 2 / Julien Gauthier

– 3 / Romain Dumontier

Category E3:

In the E3 Emmanuel Albepart (BETA) led the way on day one to win. Jeremy Joly (KTM) who finished second was in pain after hurting in the first stage Another rider not to leave the podium since the beginning of the season, Antoine Basset (GasGas) finished the day in 3rd.

E3 Order

– 1 / Jérémy Joly

– 2 / Antoine Basset

– 3 / Manu Albepart

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DAY TWO

Category E1:

This was definitely a weekend to forget for Christophe Nambotin (KTM). After his performance on day one he, he fell again and crushed the exhaust manifold on the first lap of the race – an incident that cost him big before he could replace it. Despite an excellent final round he finished second. The happiness of one often comes from the misfortune of others. His closest rival in the championship, Anthony Boissiere (Sherco Moto Pulsion) was unable to continue his great comeback and was forced to retire with a mechanical problem. That opened the door for Marc Bourgeois to secure his first win of the season.

E1 championship standings

– 1 / Christophe Nambotin – 112 Pts

– 2 / Marc Bourgeois – 95 Pts

– 3 / Loïc Larrieu – 88 Pts

Category E2:

On day two Renet again ruled the roost and led his clasmates home to take the win. Behind him, the fight was between Julien Gauthier (Sherco – Moto Pulsion) and Romain Dumontier (Yamaha) with the runner-up result going to Dumontier.

E2 championship standings

– 1 / Pierre-Alexandre Renet – 120 Pts

– 2 / Romain Dumontier – 96 Pts

– 3 / Julien Gauthier / Pierrick Roncin – 62 Pts

Category E3:

E3, lived a very uncertain day with Emmanuel Albepart (Beta) less comfortable the second day when the special deepen, and Jeremy Joly (KTM) looking revenge after losing yesterday. In the end Jérémy Joly won. Antoine Basset (GasGas) was third

E3 championship standings

– 1 / Jérémy Joly – 117 Pts

– 2 / Antoine Basset – 94 Pts

– 3 / Manu Albepart – 91 Pts