After an intense weekend eith intense races, Bruno Crivilin leads the way and wins two important victories in the Brazilian Enduro Championship. He was the big name in the two days of competition and won the race in both E1 and EnduroGP (general classification).
Vinicius Calafati, competing for the E2 class, won second place in the category.
Debuting in the Brazilian Enduro Championship, the Yamaha Racing Team leads the victory in three categories.
The team was the most victorious of the weekend, achieving victories in the main categories, besides putting two pilots in the podium of the Category EnduroGP (General classification). The Portuguese Luis Oliveira, competing with a YZ 450FX won the E2 category in two days and completed a beautiful race in the General classification, winning the second place.
In the E3 Category, the domain was under Rômulo Bottrel, who, despite recovering from a shoulder injury, won the two days of competition, with a Yamaha YZ 450FX. In the overall standings, Bottrel took third place.
Patricia Capila, the youngest of the team that just turned 20 years old, was the big name of the Enduro Junior Category, designed for pilots up to 23 years. Like its companions, the capixaba won the two days of the dispute and, besides the victory in its category, was the fourth place in the general classification.
Ronald Santi faced the difficult task of competing in the E4 Light category, one of the most disputed of the weekend. Running with a TT-R 230, Santi finished the race on the podium, winning the third place in the sum of the two days.
The teams’ next appointment is at the beginning of April, in the Minas Gerais city of Patrocínio, where the second stage of the Brazilian Enduro Championship takes place.
Credits: Janjão Santiago