15 Июн 2015 | Author: | Комментарии к записи THE SOUTH AFRICAN ASHTON NATIONAL ENDURO отключены
Sherco 125cc Enduro


A new event will test motorcycle competitors on Saturday (23 in the Western Cape when the National Enduro takes in the Ashton / Montagu area in the This event will the second round of the 2013 National Enduro Motorcycle and after the gauntlet has been down by a few riders, spectacular can be expected by those who would to prove a point.

One of the riders who be on a mission to bag maximum points, is Montagu rider, Altus de Wet Racing) who would like to to his home crowd that he can the goods. The former enduro could not finish the first due to a small technical glitch, but he is fit and for the action that will place only a few kilometres his hometown.

The 2012 runner-up, Marc (Proudly Bidvest Yamaha) be on the same mission. He had to settle for place at the season opener due to lost repairing damages to his while his team-mate, Kenny had a clean run, but does not finishing off the podium (he was fourth) and again aim for the winning laurels.

enduro champion, Louwrens (Brother Broadlink KTM) experienced a technical issue cost him valuable time (he is sixth), but he will be well that his race times are on par the leaders and he will no doubt back with a vengeance. His new Scott Bouverie, started the off with a third place on the standings and second in E2 (200cc), but he have to work hard to the rest of the chasing pack at

The pressure will be on the overall and E2 16-year old Wade Young Alfie Cox Racing) who continued his winning spree after the final two rounds of the 2012 as well as the first round of the season with the 2012 of Africa victory to round his success off. All eyes also be on a new name currently at the top of E1 Class) – Nicholas Pienaar (C3 KTM Expert Sol). Pienaar second behind Young he also finished second at the round of the national off-road and after getting so close to he might fancy his chances of yet podium result – or even a

There are some talented in the overall top ten – Blake Gutzeit Racing) made a welcome after breaking his leg last and is seventh; the runner-up of the 2012 125cc Championship, Brett (JOAT ccGallery KTM) his steel from the start an eighth place after the event and Kargo Racing team-mates, Tim Young and Michael round off the top ten 10.

Nobody in the top 10 can feel too secure as single amounts of points them from each – AND from those just the top 10 who will be knocking on the door.

the E1 and E2 competitors are fighting for the overall and the top spots in these two extremely championships (E1 has received 30 entries is more than double the of entrants in E2), the competition in the Senior and Master Class has been taken to another

Defending Senior Class William Gillit (Liquorland bagged the first victory of the but was chased all the way by Jody Engelbrecht Alfie Cox Racing). Like year, this will be a to watch, but one can not leave the rest of the out of the picture. Bruce May (Yamaha) is (he had a troublesome first race); Broughton (KTM) is currently and Gillit’s team-mate, Stephen rounds off the top five.

There are quite a few ‘new’ on the Senior Class entry and riders from the Cape, who not competed in first event of the can upset the applecart. This for an even more exciting in the Senior Class Championship.

The scenario can be expected in the Master Championship where the ‘Cox vs. Battle’ will continue – Cox (Alfie Cox Racing KTM) for the first time in the Master Championship and beat multiple Denzil Torlage (Proudly Yamaha) at the opening race – quite a few experienced ‘local’ Cape riders can cause an Torlage will no doubt try to amends by scoring maximum with a victory while Cox have to show that his was no luck shot.

Anything can happen in the Silver Challenge and to predict a winner the long list of entrants, be risky. Junior National competitor, Damien Scott Yamaha Portable Shade) travel from Kokstad to to defend his lead while McGregor (Peri Wildcoast KTM Umso), who is currently second, make the trip from London to try and topple him.

The two Toni Jardine (Roost ECS and Kirsten Landman (Brother KTM) are currently third and in this class and will their ding-dong battle. are competing in most of the various and off-road series and one never who will emerge as the winner.

All the will take place the La Montagne Deli ( about 9 kilometres from on the R60 towards Swellendam. Organised by the Club, the route will competitors through valleys and hills from the Deli to the of Bonnievale and back with spectator points close to the

There will be two special stages of which the CMH Nissan Town X Special will be distance from the Deli the Monster Energy Enduro will be the last 10 kilometres of the The race will start at on Saturday (23 March).

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