Eero Remes Continues To Dominate in 2016  (Apr 12, 2016)

The 2016 World Enduro Championship starts as it had finished in 2015, with World Champion, Eero Remes, and his TM 250Fi ENes machine on the top step of the E1 Class podium on both days.

The Finnish rider is unstoppable and with the double success in Agadir, Morocco, he obtains maximum points in the provisional standings of the E1 class. Eero Remes was a real showman, he also took an excellent third place outright on day two of the event.

With three very slow special test our Italian rider, Manuel Monni, is not able to shine as bright as he has in the first four races of the Assoluti (Italian Championship). His tally for this first round of the 2016 EWC is a fourth and fifth place in the E3 class, but from the next rounds Manuel will certainly succeed in bringing some great results for the TM Racing Factory Team.

The new recruit of TM Racing Factory Team is the Junior rider, Oliver Nelson. After setting the second fastest time of class in the Super Test on Friday evening Oliver failed to better himself in the two days of competition. His best result is a fifth place on Sunday.

EERO REMES:
"I am happy with my double success in the E1 class, and the third place outright achieved on Sunday in the Enduro GP. The biggest obstacle I found in the three special test, were not the many stones on the surface, but the ones hidden by the dust that could hurl you to the ground suddenly."

MONNI MANUEL:
"Yesterday I finished fourth and frankly I'm happy with how the day went because my opponents were strong and I suffered a lot in the extreme test. Today I started strong, close to the leaders, but I fell awkwardly, luckily without serious consequences but enough to make it hard for me. My race was compromised and I take fifth place in the E3 class."

OLIVER NELSON:
"Not an exciting weekend for me, yesterday was a bad day, today better, but still below my expectations. However a positive second place in the prologue. Now we reset everything and see if in Portugal I can do better."

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