Round four of the 2019 Enduro World Championship has switched location from Corsica to Serres and the new GP of Greece – the date remains unchanged on June 14-16.
While the new EnduroGP season started successfully in Germany in March it emerged during the weekend that the GP of Corsica would have to be cancelled following recent health problems of the President of Racing Moto Club Corsica, Laurent Peraldi. Along with the EnduroGP paddock we wish a speedy recovery to Laurent.
EnduroGP promoters and the FIM have today announced the Corsica GP will be replaced by the GP of Greece on the same dates. The GP circus will head to the popular and picturesque Serres region in Greece on June 14-16 instead.
Serres is a city well known to Enduro and indeed Rally fans historically and is the location where Ivan Cervantes won his first world title in 2005. It was also the host city of the ISDE in 2008 and the popular Serres Rally.
At the opening EnduroGP round in Dahlen, Sokrates Kiosses and Giorgio Voudouri, timekeepers for the EnduroGP Championship and members of LAMS, the Moto Club of Serres, agreed with ABC Communication to overcome the cancellation of the Corsican event.
EnduroGP therefore heads to the north of Greece for the fourth round of the season before travelling on to Rovetta in Italy, for the 46th Valli Bergamasche before taking the summer break.
Updated 2019 EnduroGP World Championship calendar:
22-24 March - Dahlen - Germany
03-05 May - Valpaços - Portugal
10-12 May – Santiago de Compostela - Spain
14-16 June - Serres - Greece
21-23 June - Rovetta - Italy
13-15 September – Uhlirske Janovice – Czech Republic
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