October 18th, 2022.

The final round of the EnduroGP World Championship was held on the weekend of October 14-16 in ZSchopau, a small village in Saxony.

The Motoclub MSC Rund um Zchopau designed a course of more than 57 km in pure German enduro style, highly technical and high-performance, located mostly inside a forest, with soft and slippery terrain where the riders had to face three special stages to be repeated for three and a half laps per day for a total of 22 special stages over the race weekend.

Rising British star Harry Edmondson, of Fantic JET Racing, took his first world title aboard his Fantic XE 125 2T after an exciting race weekend. The British rider and Fantic celebrated yet another Youth class title and second place for Kevin Cristino, of Fantic Factory Team E/50 Racing, who closed this racing season by taking a first and second place.

In the hard-fought E1 class, Daniel Milner of Fantic D'Arpa Racing rode two fine races on the new XEF 250, finishing in third place.

The second world title for Fantic came in the Enduro Women's class, where Britain's Jane Daniels had a perfect season, winning all eight days of competition. In Germany, Jane was uncatchable, winning the two days by a wide margin, sealing the title on the Saturday and then dominating, as champion, on the Sunday.

Harry Edmondson: "A very long and difficult year. I stayed in the lead from the first to the last day of competition but my rival, Kevin Cristino, never gave up. I am happy with the final title won, yet another in the Edmondson family".

Jane Daniels: “I just went out there and rode my own race. I knew if I could win saturday then I could seal the championship, but I didn’t want to think too much about the title. I just pushed hard in every test and let the win come to me. It’s been a great year, winning the world championship and helping Great Britain win the ISDE is just incredible!”

1) Harry Edmondson (Fantic) 238 p. 2) Kevin Cristino (Fantic), 228 p - 3) Thibault Giraudon (Sherco), 185 p.

1) Jane Daniels (Fantic) 160 p. – Mirela Badia (Rieju) 134 p. – 3) Rosie Rowett (KTM) 114 p.

For further information contact Fantic UK/ClementsMoto Limited. Tel 01227 720700 or email
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