2024 EnduroGP World Championship calendar updated – seven round season staged in “enduro heartlands”
The 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship calendar has been updated, dropping one summer GP to become a seven-round series next year with host venues named for another season of races staged in “enduro heartlands”.
The promoters behind the Paulo’s Duarte FIM EnduroGP World Championship have announced a slight change to the 2024 season calendar. The previously scheduled eight-round series they were aiming for has dropped to seven as the “TBA” at the end of July gets dropped and Spain also gets removed in a season which will see the RFME hosting the ISDE.
The Portuguese double-header which concluded the ’23 season, will start 2024 with round one in Fafe and a week later in Valpacos, both not a million miles from the Spanish border up North Western region.
The change in the middle of the year the Slovakian GP on the weekend of July 12-14 now stand alone with no back-to-back buddy geographically close – although the date July 26-28 remains a reserve one.
It means the series runs more or less one GP a month from April through to an earlier finish than this year in September.
The seven GPs include some well-established host venues where the series has visited historically numerous times in recent years like Valpacos in Portugal and Gelnica in Slovakia.
Plans are well under way for the UK round in Rhayader which becomes the sixth stop of the season at the start of August ahead of a conclusion at another historical location of Briode, France in Mid-September.
At time of writing we don’t know which weekends will feature the four Women’s World Championship rounds. Either way, you can get things rolling if you’re planning on riding or spectating and/or supporting at any of the race next season.
Revised 2024 EnduroGP World Championship calendar:
Round 1 GP of Portugal, Fafe April 5-7
Round 2 GP of Portugal II, Valpacos, April 12-14
Round 3 GP of Romania, Bacau May 10-12
Round 4 GP of Italy, Betolla June 21-13
Round 5 GP of Slovakia, Gelnica July 12-14
Round 6 GP of Wales, UK, Rhayader August 2-4
Round 7 GP of France, Brioude September 13-15
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