With Belluno Vader marking rounds six and seven of the Italian Enduro Championship, each day competitors faced four tiring laps that comprised of two cross tests and one enduro test in hot and humid weather.
Continuing to prove himself a fast learner, enduro rookie Manuel Monni (KTM) topped the overall standings on day one with Fabio Mossini (KTM) second and Albergoni in third. On day two it was the Bordone Ferrari KTM of Thomas Oldrati that claimed the win with Husqvarna’s Alex Salvini chasing him home for second, closely followed by Monni in third.
Albergoni clinched his ninth Italian Enduro Championship in Belluno Varder © Edmunds / Enduro21.com
In the Enduro 1 standings, the battle for top honours was fought out between Albergoni and Oldrati with the Honda rider beating Oldrati on day one to claim victory by 16 seconds. Third place went to Suzuki’s Alessio Paoli. On day two, it was Oldrati that got the better of Albergoni to secure victory. However, by finishing as runner up to the KTM rider, Albergoni clinched the E1 title with one round to spare. Husqvarna’s Max Mangini placed third.
It was another victorious weekend for Redondi in 2T E1 as he claimed his class win on both days to seal the 2T E1 championship. Guido Conforti (Yamaha) chased him home for second and Riccardo Crippa (Yamaha) in third both days.
KTM’s Eero Remes won the foreigner’s class on day one with the TM Racing duo of Aigar Leok and Antti Hellsten in second and third. On day two Leok got the upper hand on Remes to secure the win with Hellsten completing the top three.
Rudy Moroni impressed in Enduro 2 © Edmunds / Enduro21.com
Taking advantage of Beta’s Oscar Balletti’s retirement, Mossini grabbed the Enduro 2 win on day one with Salvini and Rudy Moroni (KTM) completing the top three. On day two it was Salvini that rose to the occasion and recorded the win with Moroni finishing second. Mossini recovered from a fall on the enduro test to round out the top three.
As the overall winner on day one, Monni also topped the Enduro 3 standings. Maurizio Micheluz (Honda) was second with Andrea Belotti (KTM) in third. Again Monni secured the E3 win on day two while Micheluz fended off a charge from KTM’s Mirko Gritti to finish second.
The Italian Enduro Championship concludes with the final round of the series on October 7th in Piedmont.