14 September 2016



In France, Cahors, a town of about 20,000 inhabitants in the Midi-Pyrenees region, ended the World Enduro Championship, the last of the era of the three classes. The Jolly Zanardo Team arrived in Cahors with the full line, Mirko Gritti in E3, Michele Marchelli in Junior and the young Chilean rider and son of art Ruy Barbosa deployed in the Youth. Under our structure also the champion in office Youth Jack Edmondson who all season has been supported by us as logistics. The Cahors GP was not the classic very challenging and difficult french race, the three special tests created for the occasion was undoubtedly easy and not very selective. The best of our riders was Mirko Gritti who in the fought and hard E3 class won a good sixth place on Sunday. Good also our Ruy Barbosa who struggled all weekend for the top positions and once again won good points for the Championship. His final score was a seventh place in the Youth. Weekend to forget for Michele Marchelli which must now focus on the last race of the Assoluti d’Italia di Enduro.
“I could not finish it in the best way the worldwide 2016 with an excellent placement”
“A weekend to forget, now we must go back in the saddle and immediately think of the last round of the Absolutes”
“On Saturday I drove very much better than the day on Sunday but I’m happy for the result. I hope next year to return to race in Europe and to be among the leaders. “

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