Consecutive podiums for Freemon as Remes and Salvini share third.
Team Beta Factory Racing’s Steve Holcombe has taken Outright victories in both days of Edolo’s sixth round of the 2018 Maxxis EnduroGP World Championship in Italy.
The British ace comfortably defeated Bradley Freeman (Beta) in the Outright results on day one, while it was Eero Remes (TM Factory Racing) completing the top three.
In the E3 class, Holcombe topped the division followed by Christophe Nambotin (Gas Gas Factory Team) and Anthony Geslin (Beta), as the E2 category saw Remes emerge victorious over Loic Larrieu (Outsiders Yamaha Racing) and Thomas Oldrati (Honda Redmoto World Enduro Team). Freeman was fastest over Jamie McCanney (Outsider Yamaha Racing) and Antoine Basset (Gas Gas Factory Team) in the E1 class.
Day two in the Outright results once again saw Holcombe top the overall standings, beating home Freeman and regular podium contender Alex Salvini (Jet Zanardo Husqvarna).
Holcombe’s fast-time meant he was the leader in the E3 division for the second day running ahead of Nambotin and Geslin, while the E2 category saw Salvini rise to the top followed by Oldrati and Giacamo Redondi (Honda). In a repeat of results, the first three in the E1 class was completed by Freeman, McCanney and Basset.
The EnduroGP World Championship now scheduled to visit Methamis in France on 22-23 September for the penultimate stop of the series.