FIM EnduroGP World Championship promoters Prime Stadium and the FIM have announced provisional dates for the 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship – eight-round series heads back to Great Britain, Romania and France next season. 

Starting a little earlier than this year’s series, the 2024 championship will begin in early April in Spain followed one week later across the border into Portugal for round two. A month later the series will head to Romania for the first time since 2013.

Italy will mark the mid-way point of the championship, back in a summer June date after opening the series this season. Rounds five, six and seven make July and early August a busy time as first the circus visits Slovakia with a week gap to a yet to be announced host country.

Back to historic Wales

Teams will hope for a short journey from that ‘TBA’ venue to the penultimate round of the season the following weekend in Wales, Great Britain. 2008 is the last time the championship visited Wales which has long been talked about, it promises to be a favourite with riders who enjoy classic enduro conditions.
The final round of 2024 jumps back over the English channel to France on September 13-15 where in previous seasons the atmosphere has been fantastic for the finale of the championship.

Provisional 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship calendar:

Round 1          Spain                           5-7 April

Round 2          Portugal                      12-14 April

Round 3          Romania                      10-12 May

Round 4          Italy                             21-23 June

Round 5          Slovakia                       12-14 July

Round 6          TBA                              26-28 July

Round 7          Wales/UK                    2-4 August

Round 8          France                         13-15 September


Location information for all rounds will be announced soon.


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