Double EnduroGP victories for Freeman in Spain
Australia's Ruprecht records 3-8 scorecard in J1 category.
Beta-mounted Bradley Freeman has earned victory on both days of racing at Santiago de Compostela in Spain for round three of the 2019 Maxxis FIM EnduroGP World Championship.
Freeman topped reigning champion Steve Holcombe (Team Beta Factory) in the EnduroGP standings on day one, as Daniel McCanney (TM Factory Enduro) locked out the top three.
It was Freeman who comfortably took out the E1 category, completing the stage in front of Thomas Oldrati (Honda RedMoto World Enduro) and Matteo Cavallo (Sherco), while in E2, Loic Larrieu (TM Factory Enduro) beat home Alex Salvini (Honda) and Giacomo Redondi (Husqvarna). The E3 category was taken out by Holcombe ahead of McCanney and David Arbgrall (Beta Oxmoto).
Freeman was once again dominant in the outright EnduroGP classification on day two, this time defeating McCanney and Redondi. Freeman claimed top honours in E1 over Davide Guarneri (Honda) and Cavallo, as Redondi, Salvini and Larrieu completed the podium in E2. The E3 division saw McCanney emerge victorious over Holcombe and Arbgrall.
Australian contender Wil Ruprecht (Yamaha Johansson MPE) concluded the weekend with a respectable 3-8 scorecard in the J1 category. The EnduroGP series now heads to Serres in Greece on 14-16 June.