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Danny McCanney recovers third place in the World Championship

The second day of the Enduro World Championship, Grand Prix of Greece has been positive for the official team Pons Gas Gas Factory Team, which highlights the mechanical reliability of the Gas Gas with Danny McCanney getting the third place overall in Junior.
The penultimate World Cup GP of the season, the Grand Prix of Greece, was finished in Kastoria with a satisfactory result. First, all the motorcycles in the group successfully completed the course, despite the high difficulty and high temperatures, factors that make the machines suffer even more than the riders. "The mechanical reliability is a very important fact," said Sergi Duran, head of competition for the Gas Gas Pons Factory Team, "and we have had 100% reliability, which does not happen with most brands." Moreover, the best rider on the Pons Gas Gas Factory Team, and prominent member of the Gas Gas School of Champions, Britain's Danny McCanney has managed to obtain a fourth place finish in the second day of competition, again occupying third place in the Junior World Championship standings. Diego 'Toro' Rojas remains at the doorway of the 'top 10', and he only regrets some mistakes that you leaves him out of the primary objectives of the Chilean. Bar Nov is still in the learning process in his World Championship premiere.

Esteban Lanzhas suffered several falls, but the best thing is his positive attitude to adversity. He also needs to find the solution to the falls, which the Chilean learns race after race. Saphira Tomer has had his best race, finishing in twelfth place.

Finally, the Belgian Jeff Goblet's objective is to increase the pace on the EC450F and again finished in 12th place.

Danny McCanney:
“I'm happy with my performance today. I have fallen, but I rode well. I made good time, better than yesterday. I have always been close to the leaders, always striving. I am satisfied”.

Diego 'Toro' Rojas
: "A very unproductive day for me. In a fall I lost more than a minute and was off-target. The front runners are really, very strong. I hope in the next round to do more and better."

Esteban Lanz:
"I had a good weekend. But not a good day for me, not today. I ride strong, but I'm making too many mistakes. More work is needed on my consistency. The bike is working very well, and the only thing to improve is the rider".

Enduro Junior
1. Loïc Larrieu (Husaberg) 48'34”23
2. Giacomo Redondi (KTM) a 10”22
3. Matthew Philips (Husqvarna) a 10”60
4. Danny McCanney (Gas Gas) a 43”48
13. Diego Rojas (Gas Gas) a 3'25”02
19. Bar Nov (Gas Gas) a 9'07”39

Enduro Youth
1. Albin Elowson (Husaberg) 51'14”91
2. Davide Soreca (Yamaha) a 3”32
3. Benjamín Herrera (TM) a 6”45
9. Esteban Lanz (Gas Gas) a 1'10”25
12. Tomer Saphira (Gas Gas) a 3'00”78

Enduro 2
1. Alex Salvini (Honda) 47'45”38
2. Pela Renet (Husaberg) a 0.29
3. Iván Cervantes (KTM) a 17”29
12. Jean-François Goblet (Gas Gas) a 3'06"07

Enduro Junior
1. Mattew Philips 215 points
2. Giacomo Redondi 186
3. Danny McCanney (Gas Gas) 151
11. Diego Rojas (Gas Gas) 47

Enduro Youth
1. Jamie McCanney 214 points
2. Albin Elowson 181
3. Benjamín Herrera 160
12. Esteban Lanz (Gas Gas) 39
20 Tomer Saphira (Gas Gas) 16

Enduro 2
1. Alex Salvini 223 points
2. Pela Renet 190
3. Iván Cervantes 183
15. Jean-François Goblet (Gas Gas) 20


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