After the opening GP of the 2021 season of the World Enduro Championship in Portugal, the enduro circus moved to Edolo (BS) just one week later for the usual and eagerly awaited appointment with the GP of Italy for the weekend of June 25th-27th, 2021. A weekend full of emotions thanks to a typical summer climate, a race course of the highest level designed in an excellent way by the Moto Club Sebino and a large and enthusiastic support as only the GP of Italy is able to give to the riders in the race. Three special tests to be repeated four times over the two days of competition with a PS1 Enduro Test very technical and insidious, a PS2 Cross Test just as difficult and fast and in closing a PS3 Extreme located along the shore of the river Oglio and then characterized by sandy and stony ground. Jamie McCanney in the E3 class took a podium finish on the opening day. The rider of the Isle of Man has run a great race recording excellent times. Motivated to repeat his performance in the following day, unfortunately he wasn’t able to express himself at his best as in Day One and his final score is a fourth place in the E3 class. Always in the same class, E3, Andrew Wilksch collected an excellent fifth position in the opening day and a ninth position on Sunday. In the E1 class Davide Soreca was not able to express himself at his best in the opening day and his result is a seventh place. On Sunday the Liguria-based rider showed all his qualities conquering an excellent fourth final place. A complicated weekend for Joe Wootton who was unable to find the right race pace and speed, filing the Italian GP as one of those races to forget. The Enduro World Championship takes a short break and then comes back in July at the halfway point of the season with the double appointment of the Estonian and Swedish GP.