Australian Ruprecht earns J1 victory in Saturday’s opening stage.
Beta-mounted Bradley Freeman has scored a pair of victories at the Czech Republic’s sixth round of the 2019 Maxxis FIM EnduroGP World Championship last weekend.
Freeman won the opening stage with a 30-plus-second advantage over Steve Holcombe (Team Beta Factory), while it was Daniel McCanney (TM Factory Enduro Team) who locked out the top three.
Freeman topped the E1 category ahead of Matteo Cavallo (Sherco) and Davide Guarneri (Honda), while the E2 class taken out by Joe Wootton (Husqvarna) followed by Loic Larrieu (TM Factory Enduro Racing Team) and Alex Salvini (Honda). The E3 division was won by Holcombe, as McCanney and David Abgrall (Beta Oxmoto) completed the top three.
In Sunday’s stage two, it was once again Freeman who topped the outright EnduroGP classification, where he was joined on the podium by Holcombe and McCanney.
Freeman was fastest in the E1 class to lift the world title, defeating Cavallo and Thomas Oldrati (Honda Red Moto World Enduro Team), while Salvini topped the E2 division ahead of Larrieu and Giacomo Redondi (Husqvarna). Holcombe was first in E3 followed by McCanney and Abgrall.
Australian Wil Ruprecht (Yamaha Johansson MPE) recorded a 1-8 scorecard in the J1 division. The EnduroGP series now heads to Ambert in France on 28-29 September for the final round of the championship.