14 May 2019



A Grand Prix of Spain with a sweet and unforgettable flavor. Santiago de Compostela hosted the third round of the Enduro World Championship in a long and tough race with one extreme test on a hard ground, one cross test with marshes and one soft enduro test. In Spain Team JET-Zanardo proved to be one of the top teams of the Enduro World Championship in strongly conditioned by the bad weather and the heavy rain of the days before the race. In Santiago de Compostela, in fact, the team shone with Giacomo Redondi, the only Italian on the first step of the podium in a weekend signed by the English riders. Fast and determined to make a step forward after two runningin GPs, in Spain he got the third position on Saturday and the first on Sunday in a hard-fought E2 class. A well-deserved success, which made Redondi as the best Italian of the weekend with one sixth and one extraordinary third place in the EnduroGP classification too. Now Redondi is third in the world standing. Two fourth positions close to the top three for the Chilean Ruy Barbosa in the Junior EJ2 class. Fifth and sixth the English Joe Wootton, who on Saturday finished eighth close to the top riders of the EnduroGP, but for the whole weekend suffered the strong heat. Next race is the fifth round of the Enduro Italian Championship, scheduled on 1st-2nd June in Sant’Angelo in Vado (PU).

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