Fast Eddy Racing unveils race day schedule for 2024 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship final in Newcastle this weekend. Billy Bolt and Ashton Brightmore eyeing world titles at home.

Newcastle’s Utilita Arena is in for a hell of a show this weekend at the final round of the ’24 SuperEnduro World Championship.The now sold-out show (except for a few remaining VIP passes for all-day access and more *) will quite likely be the biggest night of enduro we’ve seen in the UK with not one but two world champions elect.

The track map above is not to scale but a good idea of what to expect from Newcastle – Enduro21 caught up with Paul Edmondson to find out more here: 2024 SuperEnduro final GP in Newcastle will be “something different” says Paul Edmondson

Not least hometown boy Billy Bolt looking to claim his fourth SuperEnduro Prestige honour. With a 59-point lead ahead of Jonny Walker after the penultimate round last weekend in Sofia, where the Beta riders suffered with food poisoning and was off the podium for the first time all season, it should be a formality for Bolt.

With three, two and one points respectively for first, second or third fastest times in Superpole, Billy will be champion before the night’s racing starts if he sets the fastest time, is second or third if Jonny is second.

The sell-out crowd will have plenty to get behind on Saturday night including Walker, Will Hoare, Mitch Brightmore and Hard Enduro World Champion Mani Lettenbichler all aiming to claim the final podium places in Prestige class.

The Junior category will also produce a world champion in Newcastle with Ashton Brightmore holding a 26-point lead after a season-long battle with Suff Sella. Could we see two British riders claim the world title again?

Schedule for Saturday, March 2 includes a national race which should bring some added entertainment British and talent to the show.

SuperEnduro 2024, Newcastle, final round schedule:



* VIP tickets are almost sold out but not quite. Deal includes early entry from 10am onwards for practice viewing, pits viewing, track walk optional, food menu and just one pint (according to Paul Edmondson). Grab them here:


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