Junior and Youth highlights from the decisive final round of the 2019 EnduroGP championship in Ambert, France. 

 

The Junior 1 and overall championships already belonged to Andrea Verona arriving at the final round of the 2019 season but there was plenty still to play for on the tough French tests. 

  • With Verona moving up early to race E1 class, Will Ruprecht and Theo Espinasse took the chance to step-up and claimed the J1 and overall wins.
  • With his points haul on home soil, Espinasse claimed second spot in the J1 standings with compatriot Antoine Magain third. 
  • The technical French enduro track took a good bite out of Junior 2 title favourite, Enric Francisco. Riding injured, he finished 13th on day one but it was enough to claim the 2019 J2 crown. 
  • Jack Edmondson was also out with a wrist injury picked up at the previous round but he had enough points to claim second position in the J2 championship.
  • Ruy Barbosa was one rider finishing the season (his rookie season in the Juniors) on a high by winning the Junior 2 class both days, ultimately achieving the third place in the championship. 
  • In the Youth class the title went to Hamish MacDonald with two third place finishes at the FrenchGP. Claudio Spanu and Matteo Pavoni claimed second and third in the championship standings. 
  • In the multi-national Youth class, the French GP day wins went to Belgian Nathan Bererd on Saturday and Spaniard Sergio Navarro on day two. 
 
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Igor Aguado
Enduro21 Junior Editor
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