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EnduroGP Of Great Britain Photo Gallery

October 06 – 2017

The return of the Enduro World Championship to British soil for the first time since 2008 saw home hero Steve Holcombe continue his battle to secure the 2017 EnduroGP title. Winning day one and collecting a fifth place on day two, the young Brit is 40 points ahead of his closest championship rival with one round to go.

Topping the three-hour long cross-country race on Sunday, Pascal Rauchenecker became the first Austrian to win an Enduro World Championship race.

Head down and charging through the woods. Securing a double podium result Albin Elowson moved closer to the top three in the Enduro Junior World Championship standings.

Christophe Charlier took advantage of his motocross racing prowess to collect 3-2 results over the weekend.

Supported by his home fans Danny McCanney earned a season best runner-up Enduro 2 class result on Sunday.

Loïc Larrieu making the most of the enormous power of his 450cc Yamaha. Battling through a tough GP, the Frenchman is second in the EnduroGP class’ points standings.

Clear vision has been key for Jamie McCanney as the Manxman powered his way through the British forest. Jamie sits 13 points behind the Enduro 2 class points leader with one round to go.