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Gas Gas closes the World Enduro Championship with great success

With a third place on Sunday, and the victory on Saturday for Gas Gas rider Danny McCanney, he takes the overall win of the Grand Prix and finishes third in the Enduro World Championship Junior.
The final round of the Enduro World Championship was held in the French town of Saint Flour, in the province of Auvergne. The race has been reduced to just one special, the Test Cross, which had four punishing laps for the riders in this bad weather, and where the Motocross riders have had a clear advantage. But despite all this, the final day gave great joy to the interests of Gas Gas, with the French GP victory for the British rider Danny McCanney.

McCanney, Saturday was the winner of the first of the two days, on Sunday he finished in a hotly contested third position, with possibilities near the end of another victory. The Briton has finally found his pace after passing through a phase, in mid-season, which has now been offset. Despite this bump, the Gas Gas rider from the School of Champions has been able to maintain the provisional third place in the championship and finish it in a great way, securing victory at the GP of France.
Also in Junior, Diego Rojas has had a difficult day, not being used to the muddy terrain with many ruts. He has managed to finish the day in twelfth place and without injury or suffering any mechanical problems.
His compatriot Esteban Lanz, in Youth Cup, has also had to endure the difficult terrain, finishing the day in a very satisfactory 13th position without incident.

In Enduro 1 Jeff Goblet has struggled to get back into the top ten, but for enduro riders it has been a handicap to have to decide the day at the Cross-Test, ending with the Belgian in thirteenth position.

Finally, the doctors recommended Rodrig Thain finally not taking part in the race on the day today to recover better from the heavy blow he suffered in the cervical area and that produced a momentary loss of vision.


1. Loïc Larrieu, 21’31.40
2. Jamie McCanney, a 3.29
3. Danny McCanney (Gas Gas), a 6.29
4. Gianluca Martini, a 20.31
5. Matthew Philips, a 45.12
14. Diego Rojas (Gas Gas), a 1’30.24

Youth Cup
1. Jéremy Mirroir, 22’15.55
2. Michele Marchelli, a 18.32
3. Mika Barnes, a 24.42
4. Albin Elowson, a 24.87
5. Nicolò Bruschi, a 31.59
13. Esteban Lanz (Gas Gas), a 1’50.79

1. Alex Salvini, 20’52.97
2. Johnny Aubert, a 2.53
3. Pela Renet, a 27.81
4. David Knight, a 40.14
5. Iván Cervantes, a 54.05
13. Jean-François Goblet (Gas Gas), a 1’46.21


1. Matthew Philips, 243 points
2. Giacomo Redondi, 196 points
3. Danny McCanney (Gas Gas), 186 points
4. Mario Román, 167 points
5. Loïc Larrieu, 152 points
11. Diego Rojas (Gas Gas), 49

Youth Cup
1. Jamie McCanney, 214 points
2. Albin Elowson, 214 points
3. Benjamín Herrera, 180 points
4. Jesper Borjesson, 138 points
5. David Ciucci, 127 points
14. Esteban Lanz (Gas Gas), 51 points
19. Tomer Shapira (Gas Gas), 16 points

1. Alex Salvini, 263 points
2. Pela Renet, 218 points
3. Iván Cervantes, 211 points
4. Johnny Aubert, 205 points
5. Oriol Mena, 134 points
14. Jean-François Goblet (Gas Gas), 29 points


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