Since 2014, Jomar Grecco keeps the leadership of the Ibitipoca Off Road championship.
The race started and ended at Juiz de Fora. On the first day race, Jomar was the 11th rider on the start line. He got the 2nd position. On the second day race, he was the first to start and won the two stages of the day (the race has four stages: two on each day).
“This year’s edition was quite demanding, with a lot of hard tracks. The race was amazing and I want to congratulate the organizers. On the first day I got the 2nd place. I lost because of a few mistakes, which costed me 8 seconds and the victory. On the second day I got to be the first to start and kept myself really foccused, because the tracks were really slippery due to the dew.
Is always a pleasure to participate and to win this race. It’s a high level match and the races are fantastic.”, he said.
Now, Jomar intensifies his training, looking forward to conquer the Enduro da Independência for the 4th time. This race happens on the beggining of september. It starts at Aparecida do Norte (São Paulo) and ends at Lavras (Minas Gerais), after four days of race.
Final Results – Ibitipoca Off Road – Master Category
1°) Jomar Grecco – Orange BH KTM Racing – KTM EXC-F 350
2°) Rodrigo Souza – KTM
3°) Allan Amaral – Beta
4°) Vinicius Morais – KTM
5°) Roberto de Paula – KTM
6°) Thiago Coutinho Casagrande – KTM
The Orange BH KTM Racing Team is sponsored by KTM Brasil, Borilli Racing, ASW Racing, Motul, BrParts, Dragon, Gaerne, Exceed, MrPro, BMS Racing, USWE, Academia do PIC and Alex Deigin. It belongs to the Orange Group, that distributes the brands Airoh and Kini Red Bull in Brazil. There’s more than four Thousand products on the Orange BH KTM and O2 BH Kawasaki dealerships, which are located in Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais, Brazil) and, together, they have 1.650mˆ2 of área (the biggest of the national department). For more information, access orangebh.com.br or o2bh.com.br
Credits: Janjão Santiago/Equipe Orange BH KTM Racing