Last weekend the last two rounds of the Assoluti d’Italia di Enduro took place in Arma di Taggia, a Ligurian village a few kilometers from Sanremo. Motoclub Sanremo organized the race despite the enormous and severe limitations due to the pandemic that is gripping Italy.

A few weeks before the start of the double round, the paddock that INITIALLY was supposed to be in the port area was moved and subsequently the special test located on the beach of Arma di Taggia was moved at a couple of kilometers. In spite of everything, the organizers created an excellent race and even if access to the public was prohibited, everything was carried out with the utmost respect for the rules.

Only Andrea Verona showed up in Liguria who tried in every way to win the Italian title in the 250 4T class. The score in the two days of competition is two second places a few seconds behind the first in the 250 4T class and two fourth places in the Overall.

The Veneto-based rider ran an excellent race but without pushing too much and with his head already in the next two worldwide events.

Once the Assoluti d’Italia have been archived, the next two weekends will take place the last two world GPs in Portugal on the weekends of 6-8 November 2020 and 13-15 November 2020.


“Here at Arma di Taggia I tried to race thinking I would do better than my direct rival and hoping for a miracle to win the final title. At the end of the two days of competition I am satisfied with my performance and my state of form. Now we are concentrating for the double round of the Enduro World Championship ”