After an incredible season as an undisputed protagonist, , the young Andrea Verona wins the title of the E1 class at the GP of Portugal-part two.

Two GPs of the 2020 enduro world championship took place in Marco de Canaveses and last weekend the last seasonal event took place.

Andrea Verona in both days of competition showed his state of optimal form and the final success was inevitable. The veneto-based rider is crowned world champion in the E1 class and also wins an amazing third place in the Enduro GP.

Good performance also for Loic Larrieu in the E2 class. Thanks to a fifth place in Day One and a fourth place on Sunday, the French rider climbed to the second step of the final podium of the E2 class.

ANDREA VERONA

“In these days before the race I tried to recover my strength and start off on the right foot at the last round of the season. Since Saturday I have tried to give my best in all the special tests and I managed to win both days of competition and take my third title with the team ”.

LOIC LARRIEU

“The 2020 season did not go as expected, I would have liked to fight for the E2 title and also for the Enduro GP but it didn’t. The final result, however, is commendable, a second place in the E2 class which was very difficult and fought and a fifth place in the Enduro GP”