Alex Salvini has continued on his winning ways as the World Enduro Championship continued in Portugal withe the Italian claiming both the EnduroGP and Enduro2 classes.
The stars of EnduroGP have experienced everything during the first three Grand Prix of the season... from the snow and cold during the mythical PÌ_ijÌ_nne Enduro (Finland), then the torrenting rain, cold, and mud last week in Santiago de Compostela (Spain), before they suffered in the heat (27 degrees) and dust during the first day of the Polisport Grand Prix of Portugal in Castelo Branco.
The champions from the 2018 season will have to be very adaptable and able to excel under every condition - they will need to be well trained and extremely well prepared.
And the battles for the titles are incredible, as has been proven on this 5th day of the season, with some riders "on fire" on the very fast but difficult route, in Central - Eastern Portugal, where 75 riders fought it out for more than one hour and 45 minutes per lap!
Red Moto Honda's Davide Guarneri was not able to join in the "party‰Û