Enduro GP calendar and classes updates – New Open World Cup classes at all rounds and Women’s World Cup confirmed at final GP in France.
The latest edition of the FIM Enduro World Championship calendar has been released with the boxes all ticked and classes finalised for 2019. The major addition for the coming season is the new, Open World Cup to help bring privateers back into the championship rounds across the season.
This latest calendar confirms the dates for the one and only weekend’s action for the Women’s World Cup will be at Ambert, France on September 27-29.
2019 FIM Enduro World Championship Calendar all classes:
Full classes for the Enduro World Championship 2019:
Enduro 1 (E1): Up to 250cc 2 stroke and 4 stroke.
Enduro 2 (E2): 250+ cc 4 stroke up to 450cc 4 stroke.
Enduro 3 (E3): 250+ cc 2 stroke and 450+ cc 4 stroke.
EnduroGP: Rankings based on overall standings (E1-E2-E3).
Starting order: 1st to 15th in reverse order of the provisional rankings.
Age limit: less than 23 years (at the 1st January of the year of the Championship).
FIM Enduro Junior 1 World Cup (J1): Up to 250 cc 2 stroke and 4 stroke.
FIM Enduro Junior 2 World Cup (J2): 250+ cc 2 stroke and 4 stroke.
The final rankings will take into account the 10 best results in Junior 1 & Junior 2.
The FIM Junior Enduro World Champion will be decided based on the overall rankings of the Junior 1 and Junior 2 categories.
Age limit: less than 21 years (at the 1st January of the year of the Championship). The final rankings will take into account the 8 best results.
The FIM Women’s Enduro World Cup will take place on the last round of the FIM Enduro World Championship in Ambert (France).
Categories: E1, E2 and E3 of the FIM Enduro World Championship.
ENDURO OPEN WORLD CUP to run at every round of the 2019 season
The creation of the Enduro Open World Cup has literally aims to open up the World Championship again to the privateer riders who want to compete at the highest level of but cannot or do not want to race in the EnduroGP classes.
The final rankings will take into account the eight best results (so riders need not race every round). The top 15 riders of the EnduroGP Category the preceding year are not allowed to take part.
Enduro Open World Cup Classes:
2 Stroke (all capacities).
4 Stroke (all capacities).
Senior (37 years old at 1st January, all capacities).
In addition, a Team Trophy will be awarded to the best team who have put a minimum of three riders.
Entry Fees for Open World Cup: EUR 120.00 (Transponder fees included).
FIM Enduro Open Licences: EUR 61.00 (Annual licence excluding insurance), EUR 30.50 (one event licence excluding insurance).
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