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Luís Oliveira is the fastest at Paraopeba (Minas Gerais, Brazil)

17/07/2017

On it’s first time hosting the Brazilian Enduro FIM championship, Paraopeba had a remarkable structure for the 5th stage of the championship. The city’s sunday was heavily crowded. Luís Oliveira was the Champion after two days of Racing and got a high advantage on the Enduro GP categories.

131_Foto- Fred Mancini - IMG_9089Luís Oliveira

Luís Oliveira, from Honda Racing Team: “It was a hard weekend for me, but I’m going home feeling like my job was done. This results are very important for the championship battle.”
Bruno Crivilin (Orange BH KTM Team rider from Espírito Santo) got close to the victory, but a fall on the last lap had a high cost for him.
“It was a race that stepped up the Brazilian level with some hard ground and high speed. I had a great performance, but it wasn’t enough for winning and Luís deserved it.”, he said.

11_Foto- Fred Mancini - IMG_9738Bruno Crivilin

 

The Rinaldi team was the protagonist of the E4 category on the 5th stage of the Brazilian Enduro FIM championship. Bruno Martins, from São Paulo, won both races of the two days of the stage and Bárbara Neves got the 3rd place. “It was the first time that I got a podium place while competing on a mixed category (men and women) of the Brazilian Enduro FIM Championship and I am very happy about it. This is a race that I’ll remember for the rest of my life”, said the 17 year old girl. She’s on the leadership of the women’s category.

zz_barbara_rinaldi_118_IMG_71609_enduroBárbara Neves

Maurício Brandão, director of the Enduro FIM on the Brazilian Motorcycling Confederation, congratulated the Kalango de Xuteiras crew, that was responsible for the organization of the event.

The 2017’s Brazilian Enduro FIM Championship is sponsored by Rinaldi and has the support of MRPRO Braces, ASW, Sacramento Motoesports, Orange BH, Zanol Parts and Edgers.

 

Results

Enduro GP
1 – Luís Oliveira
2 – Júlio Ferreira
3 – Bruno Crivilin
4 – Rômulo Bottrel
5 – Loandro Anton

E1
1 – Luís Oliveira
2 – Loandro Anton
3 – Victor Miranda

E2
1 – Bruno Crivilin
2 – Júlio Ferreira
3 – Diego Colett

E3
1 – Rômulo Bottrel
2 – Gustavo Pellin
3 – Rigor Rico

EJúnior
1 – Vinícius Calafati
2 – Willian Dalmonech
3 – Gabriel Soares “Tomate”

E4
1 – Bruno Martins
2 – Jaime Zorzal Júnior
3 – Bárbara Neves

E35
1 – Nielsen Bueno
2 – Diogo de Andrade
3 – Luiz Carlos Pereira

E40
1 – Beto Lamego
2 – Frederico Garcia
3 – Luciano de Lima

E45
1 – Pélmio Simões
2 – Laurindo Zatorski Filho
3 – Marcos Benvenutti

E50
1 – Jirius Abboud
2 – Roberto Theodoro
3 – Gustavo Jacob

EAmador
1 – Augusto Benvenutti
2 – Sidei Chaves
3 – Uliam Bunetta

Championship Ranking:

1 – Luís Oliveira – 236 pontos
2 – Júlio Ferreira – 177
3 – Bruno Crivilin – 176
4 – Rômulo Bottrel – 168
5 – Gustavo Pellin – 129

E1
1 – Luís Oliveira – 250
2 – Loandro Anton – 194
3 – Patrik Capila – 152

E2
1 – Júlio Ferreira – 223
2 – Diego Colett – 200
3 – Bruno Crivilin – 188

E3
1 – Rômulo Bottrel –233
2 – Gustavo Pellin – 227
3 – Rigor Rico – 160

EJúnior
1 – Gabriel Soares “Tomate” – 195
2 – Vinícius Calafati – 192
3 – Willian Dalmonech – 190

E4
1 – Jaime Zorzal Júnior – 215
2 – Thiago Wernersbach – 213
3 – Bruno Martins – 100

E35
1 – Nielsen Bueno – 245
2 – Diogo de Andrade – 182
3 – Anderson Vieira – 113

E40
1 – Cassiano Tebaldi – 182
2 – Luciano de Lima –166
3 – Beto Lamego – 90

E45
1 – Pélmio Simões – 230
2 – Marcos Benvenutti – 190
3 – Laurindo Zatorski Filho – 173

E50
1 – Roberto Theodoro – 166
2 – Luiz Carlos de Barros – 82
3 – Cleber Sacramento – 50

EAmador
1 – William Palandi – 200
2 – Augusto Benvenutti – 136
3 – Roberto Theodoro – 54

Credits: Fred Mancini/Mundo Press

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