Kuressaareare, an Estonian seaside town located on the island of Saaremaa, hosted the third round of the 2021 Enduro World Championship. On Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th July the Estonian GP took place and the Motoclub Redmoto designed a seemingly simple race on a mostly flat course, but made insidious by the characteristics of the terrain.
The race course included a sandy Enduro Test with deep holes, a Cross Test at a motocross track with many holes and dusty ground and a Special Extreme Test inside a former military area characterized by hard, compact and very dusty ground. A positive weekend for our riders. Davide Soreca in the E1 class battled hard for the top positions taking fifth place on Day One and improving his score on the following day close to the podium. Jamie McCanney also performed well, taking two fourth places in the hard-fought E3 class on both days of the race, while Andrew Wilksch took two good fifth places in the same class. In the E2 class Joe Wootton was unable to perform at his best and suffered greatly in the Estonian sand. The final score was an eighth and a seventh place. The next event will take place this weekend in Skovde, Sweden, with a Super Test on Thursday evening and two days of racing on Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th.