Verona claims EnduroGP title, Freeman champion in E3.
Australian Wil Ruprecht has clinched his first Enduro2 World Championship at the final round of the 2022 EnduroGP season in Germany.
The TM Racing rider notched five wins in class throughout the year on his way to the championship, also taking five victories outright to finish P3 in the EnduroGP standings.
“To win my first world title has been a dream of mine since I was a little kid,” said Ruprecht. “But they don’t come easy. It’s been a good year, great results mixed with some tough days, so to finally lock it down is incredible.”
Ruprecht did what he needed to in Germany to secure the title and completed his 2022 charge with 3-4 finishes in class at round seven. Fellow Australian Daniel Milner notched 3-3 finishes in Enduro 1 to conclude the season, the Fantic D’Arpa Racing rider notably switching from Enduro 2 in the third round in Italy.
Having wrapped up the Enduro1 title at the penultimate round in Hungary, Andrea Verona was crowned EnduroGP champion in Germany and scored 5-3 results.
Josep Garcia (KTM) did everything in his power to deny the GasGas rider and took the EnduroGP victory on both days at round seven. In Enduro3, Brad Freeman (Beta) was crowned world champion in the best possible way thanks to two wins in class to end season 2022.