The day before the most decisions had been made, still in some classes it was the all-important question of the title.
These where awarded at the final-motocross, where the riders for the fist time competed against each other and not only against the clock. At the end Aigar Leok took the title in the overall standings and was therefore the best European rider of all classes!
For this he won also the last race, though was only "theoretically" overtaken by the Junior rider Gianluca Martini from the E2/E3-Class. This one started in another heat and was only on the clock faster then the Estonian.
In his class, Enduro 3, Leok was "only" vice-champion behind Italy’s Maurizio Micheluz as he did not participate at the first round in Italy. There Micheluz built up the foundation of his success with his Beta.
In the class of the youngest juniors, which was first deployed this year, 20-year old Guido Conforti on his 125 cc Yamaha won the title. His last concurrent, the Swede Oliver Nelson (Husaberg), had to watch after he slipped in the final cross test.
More excitement was the fight in the Women’s class where defending champion Heike Petrick was two points back to the current leader Marita Nyqvist from Finland. After the start, Nyqvist risked too much and crashed in the second turn and ended up only third. Petrick crowned her racing career with this second European title - next year she will stop racing.
The club in Krompachy presented a more than worthy final, from the spectatular special tests to the enthusiastic audience.
In the perfect weather, an international sport festival came to a worthy end.
For many riders the season is not over yet - but the European Enduro Championship has shown at its best with the four events from Italy to Estonia, Latvia and Slovakia.