Sixth appointment with the Assoluti d’Italia Enduro, which this weekend made a stop in Passignano sul Trasimeno, in the province of Perugia, for the sixth day of competition of nine of this season 2022. A one-day race held on a course of about 55 km to be repeated three times and with three different special tests (an extreme neutral, an enduro test and a cross test), for a total of 9 specials.

A highly technical and treacherous race course, expertly designed by Motoclub Ponte San Giovanni in collaboration with Track Inspector Mario Rinaldi which included a natural Extreme test of about 2.5 km with hard terrain, a 6 km long Enduro Test with mixed terrain, stony and hard and a very fast Cross Test of over 3 km, characterized by hard terrain valid as the last lap.

Our riders were once again extraordinary and at the end of the day they all got on the final podium.

The best of ours was Wil Ruprecht who conquered the second step of the podium in the Foreigners class and fought for the top positions in the Overall, finishing in third place.

Excellent victory for Matteo Pavoni in the 300 class, the Brescia-based rider recorded a third best time in the last cross test but must improve in the Enduro Test in which to date is not yet able to express himself at his best.

In the 125 class an excellent performance for Deny Philippaerts who took the second step of the podium while Matteo Cavallo is third in the hard fought and difficult 250 4T class.

The Assoluti d’Italia di Enduro take a break to then return on July 17 with the seventh day of competition of the 2022 season in Ceva (CN).