Australian J1 contender Ruprecht sits out the fourth round.
Beta-mounted Bradley Freeman has earned a double victory at round four of the 2019 Maxxis FIM EnduroGP World Championship in Serres, Greece.
Freeman defeated reigning champion Steve Holcombe (Team Beta Factory) by 38 seconds in the EnduroGP classification in stage one, while Matteo Cavallo (Sherco) locked out the top three.
Freeman topped the E1 division ahead of Cavallo and Thomas Oldrati (Honda RedMoto World Enduro), as the E2 class was taken out by Giacomo Redondi (Husqvarna) followed by Loic Larrieu (TM Factory Enduro) and Benjamin Herrera (Team Beta Factory). The E3 category saw the top three completed by Holcombe, Daniel McCanney (TM Factory Enduro) and Anthony Geslin (Beta).
Stage two once gain saw Freeman reign supreme in the EnduroGP standings, this time defeating Oldrati and Cavallo – the results replicated in the E1 class. Christophe Charlier (Honda RedMoto World Enduro) rose to the top of the E2 class on day two ahead of Larrieu and Eero Remes (TM Factory Enduro). McCanney bested Holcombe in E3, as Geslin completed the top three.
Australian contender Wil Ruprecht (Yamaha Johansson MPE), who contests the J1 category, elected to sit out the weekend with ‘unsolved issues’ from the previous round. The EnduroGP series now heads to Rovetta in Italy this weekend for round five.