On Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th October was held the Terra Unica GP of Portugal, penultimate act of the 2021 season of the Enduro World Championship. The Portuguese GP replaced the German GP, cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic, and the organizers made a very fast and not in real enduristic style. The best of our riders was Davide Soreca, who on Sunday conquered the podium in the E1 class with great obstinacy. The Liguria-based rider, after a year full of injuries, is quickly returning to full fitness, closing a positive season both in the world and in the top Italian championship. Excellent performance also for Jamie McCanney in the E3 class. The Isle of Man rider is currently in fourth position in the provisional standings and in France this weekend he will try to overtake his direct rival. Almost the podium of class and in the Enduro GP, on the opening day, the Australian rider Andrew Wilksch who closes the Portuguese GP with an excellent fifth place in the class in Day One and a seventh place in the following day. Seventh and eighth place is the final score of the weekend for Joe Wootton. The GP of Portugal is over and now the Enduro Circus will move to France where the final act of this 2021 season will take place this weekend.