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Brazilian Enduro Championship: Orange BH KTM Team and Barbara Neves guarantee great results

19/09/2017

The Orange BH KTM Racing Team conquered an unprecedented result on the genre: the pilots mastered the weekend at Araxá, on the Brazilian Enduro Championship, with two victories on the general category and with three pilots on the best four positions. Also, they won the main categories: E1, E2 and E3.

On saturday, Rômulo Bottrel won the general category. On sunday, it was Bruno Crivilin’s turn to do the same. On the sum of the two stages, Crivilin was the champion and Rômulo got the 2nd place. In addition to it, Patrik Capila conquered the 4th place of the general category.

With these results, the match for the title will happen on the last race of the season, with a double round and 50 points to score. Bruno Crivilin is willing to win the championship and end an almost perfect season, after winning the silver category on the Red Bull Romaniacs 2017.

“It’s been a great year for me and for my team. Our performance of the weekend was flawless. Bottrel and I were the fastest through the whole race. This is the result of hard work and dedication from the whole team and crew. I have to thank everyone in this team, who does everything for us. I’m very confident for the last stage and I’ll fight until the end.”, said Crivilin, who uses a KTM 350 EXC-F motorcycle.

JJSET17-CBE 031Bruno Crivilin

On the E2 category, Bruno keeps unbeatable and now he got another two victories on the season. Now he has great advantage on the next stage.

“Another two really important victories that makes me more comfortable on the next stage. Even so, I’m willing to give alll of myself for this victory and the great ending of this year’s season. I know I’m on a good phase, but I still have to work really hard.”, he finished.

Rômulo Bottrel gets even closer to the victory of the E3 category. He got a great advantage and had a calm race. Now, he just has to start the final stage to win the title.

“Through the whole season, we worked hard so we could be more confident on the final stage. Congratulations to the whole team. Since the beginning we new that we were capable of doing it. The victory is close, but we’ll wait until the end to celebrate all the team and crew effort.”, said Bottrel, who, in this season, rides a KTM 300 EXC.

JJSET17-CBE 017Rômulo Bottrel

The Dona Beja Enduro event was the final stage for the “EFeminina” category. Bárbara Neves (Zanol Team Rinaldi ASW) ran the championship for the first time, conquered the unprecedented title and is the first champion of the 2017’s season.

“I put a lot of effort and evolved a lot on this year. I had to learn a lot so I could win this race. I’d like to thank to all the people that were by my side: my father, who introduced me to the sport, the Zanol Team Rinaldi ASW, the sponsors, my team CEO Felipe Zanol and his parents, Jacy and Dora, who helped me a lot on the training.”, said Barbara.

IMG_1861Bárbara Neves

Now, the athletes get prepared for the finals, that will happen at the Farroupilha city, on october. But they still have some other tasks. At the end of the month, Crivilin will race the Red Bull Los Andes, at Chile, while Rômulo Bottrel and Patrik Capila race the Barãomaniacas, a Brazilian Hard Enduro stage.

Results after two days of race

Enduro GP
1. Bruno Crivilin – 47
2. Rômulo Bottrel – 43
3. Júlio Ferreira – 42
4. Patrik Capila – 32
5. Vinícius Luis da Silva – 32

E1
1. Patrik Capila – 47
2. Victor Miranda – 42
3. Loandro Anton – 38

E2
1. Bruno Crivilin – 50
2. Júlio Ferreira – 44
3. Diego Colett – 40

E3
1. Rômulo Bottrel – 50
2. Rigor Rico – 44
3. Ripi Galileu – 40

EJúnior
1. Vinícius Luis da Silva “Musa” – 47
2. Vinícius Calafati – 43
3. Willian Dalmonech – 40

E4 Light
1. Tiago Wernersbach – 50
2. Marcos de Souza – 44
3. Renato Costa – 38

E35
1. Nielsen Bueno – 50
2. André Barbosa – 42
3. Adriano de Avila – 40

E40

1. Beto Lamego – 50
2. William Meneses – 44
3. Cassiano Tebaldi – 40

E45
1. Pélmio Simões – 50
2. Marcos Benvenutti – 42
3. Laurindo Zatorski Filho – 42

E50
1. Cleber Sacramento – 50
2. Gustavo Jacob – 50
3. Isaias Rosa – 50

EAmador
1. Augusto Benvenutti – 44
2. Filipe de Lima – 43
3. Uliam Bunetta – 40

EFeminina
1. Bárbara Neves – 50
2. Janaína Souza – 44

Championship ranking after six stages

Enduro GP
1. Luis Oliveira – 256
2. Bruno Crivilin – 223
3. Júlio César Ferreira – 219

E1
1. Luis Oliveira – 275
2. Loandro Anton – 232
3. Patrik Capila – 199

E2
1. Júlio Ferreira – 267
2. Diego Colett – 240
3. Bruno Crivilin – 238

E3
1. Rômulo Bottrel – 283
2. Gustavo Pellin – 227
3. Rigor Rico – 204

EJúnior
1. Vinícius Calafati – 235
2. Gabriel Lucas Soares “Tomate” – 235
3. Willian Dalmonech – 230

E4 Light
1. Tiago Wernersbach – 263
2. Jaime Zorzal – 229
3. Bruno Martins – 100

E35
1. Nielsen Bueno – 295
2. Diogo de Andrade – 220
3. André Barbosa – 145

E40
1. Cassiano Tebaldi – 222
2. Luciano de Lima – 200
3. Beto Lamego – 140

E45
1. Pélmio Simões – 280
2. Marcos Benvenutti – 232
3. Laurindo Zatorski Filho – 215

E50
1. Roberto Theodoro – 166
2. Gustavo Jacob – 108
3. Cleber Sacramento – 100

EAmador
1. William Palandi – 200
2. Augusto Benvenutti – 180
3. Roberto Theodoro – 79

EFeminina
1. Bárbara Neves – 144
2. Janaína Souza – 116
3. Tainá Aguiar – 40

Credits: Janjão Santiago/Orange BH KTM/Christine Wesendonk/Mau Haas

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