The Swedish GP was held on the unusual days of Friday, 23rd July, and Saturday, 24th July, and the MotoClub FMCK designed an unusual special test that included a Cross Test in a quarry with mainly hard ground and loose stones lasting over eleven minutes, an Extreme Test near the Paddock, on a ski slope and also very long and an Enduro Test in a classic sandy forest but with the peculiarity of a big jump with a concrete ramp of about six meters. Jamie McCanney rode an incredible race going to the podium in the hard-fought E3 class. The rider of the Isle of Man is rediscovering the shape and grit of the past years in view of a season finale that can still hold great surprises. In the E1 class Davide Soreca rode a good race, the final score of the Italian rider is an eighth and a ninth place. After the hard work and good performance of the previous GP in Estonia, Davide suffered from fatigue and the Swedish terrain. Good performance for Joe Wootton, the English rider after a good first day of race, in which he collected an eighth place, the following day he amazed going to battle for the top positions and finishing fifth in the E2 class. The Swedish GP is over and now the Enduro World Championship takes a long break before moving to Zschopau, Germany, on October 9th and 10th for the penultimate GP of the season.