Results: Brad Freeman wraps-up 2019 Italian Enduro Championship 

Italian Enduro Championship season concludes with overall victory for Brad Freeman and tenth title for Thomas Oldrati.

 

After Tommaso Montanari, Deny Philippaerts, Alex Salvini, Andrea Verona and Matteo Pavoni were crowned the 125, 300, 450, Junior and Youth classes yesterday, eyes were all on the 250 2T, 250 4T and overall 'Absolute' ranking on day two in Gaggio Montano for the last race of the 2019 Italian Enduro Championship.

After three laps the final titles were decided and it was that man of the moment again Bradley Freeman who took the overall championship. The victory completed a very impressive year for him and the Boano Racing Team with Freeman also winning the Mika Ahola Trophy for fastest overall rider in the tests - plus the EnduroGP and E1 world titles.

Two classes were also decided on day two and Gianluca Martini’s second position behind Maurizio Micheluz, his main opponent in the championship, was enough for Martini to take his first Italian title in the 250 2T class.

 
Gianluca Martini Italiano Campioni 2019 560
 

The battle for the 250 4T was equally intense with Thomas Oldrati and Matteo Cavallo taking it to the wire and finishing the season separated by a single point. Honda RedMoto rider Oldrati finished second on the day but it was enough to take the narrow margin of victory (his 10th Italian title) over Cavallo.

 
Oldrati RedMoto Honda Italiano Enduro campioni 2019 560
 

The Italian Championship also awards the fastest rider all season through the different tests and in the Cross tests Giacomo Redondi brought home the Airoh Aviator helmet award for fastest combined times. Thomas Oldrati proved the rider of the season in the X-CUP Motocross Marketing – Galfer category, while the best young rider award went to Andrea Verona, who won the Enduro Action Trophy.

Italian Enduro 2019 final round video highlights:

 

Final classification Assoluti d'Italia 2019:

  1. Bradley Freeman, 135 
  2. Matteo Cavallo, 116
  3. Thomas Oldrati, 104
  4. Alex Salvini, 90
  5. Andrea Verona, 79
  6. Steve Holcombe, 74
  7. Giacomo Redondi, 70
  8. Daniel McCanney, 69
  9. Ruy Barbosa + Joe Wootton, 54
  10. Christophe Charlier + Loic Larrieu, 50

Class 125 2T: 

  1. Montanari, 171 
  2. Spanu, 145
  3. Traini, 97
  4. Marmi, 80 
  5. Capoferri, 30

Class 250 2T: 

  1. Martini, 168 
  2. Micheluz, 161 
  3. Mori, 137 
  4. Viglino, 104 
  5. Pedersoli, 84

Class 300 2T:  

  1. Philippaerts, 171 
  2. Marcotulli, 129 
  3. Monni, 128 
  4. Ferrari, 84 
  5. Battig, 68

Class 250 4T: 

  1. Oldrati, 163 
  2. Cavallo, 162
  3. Guarneri, 132
  4. Moroni, 125 
  5. Scarpelli, 98

Class 450 4T: 

  1. Salvini, 157 
  2. Redondi, 139 
  3. Bruschi, 116 
  4. Soreca, 88 
  5. Nicoletti, 76

Junior Under 23: 

  1. Verona, 157 
  2. Facchetti, 116 
  3. Spandre, 109 
  4. Zilli, 104 
  5. Mancuco, 88

Youth Under 21: 

  1. Pavoni, 180 
  2. Morettini, 136 
  3. Cristini, 110 
  4. Brunengo, 106
  5. Fabris, 93

 

More information: ItalianoEnduro.com

 
Photo Credit: G. Chillemi/In Foto + RedMoto Honda
Jon Pearson
Enduro21 Editor and Bike Tester
jon.pearson@enduro21.com