2016 Enduro World Championship - Eero Remes and his TM 250Fi ENes Take the Title  (Sep 17, 2016)

A thrilling weekend that in France, at Cahors, for the last round of the World Enduro Championship 2016.

The goal for this event was to win again, the world championship title won last season, by Eero Remes in E1, and, not lose the third position of Manuel Monni in the E3.

Our two riders fought all weekend, they suffered and gave the maximum to achieve their objectives, at the end the joy exploded under the awning of the TM Racing Factory Team.

Eero Remes, is for the second time, the World Champion of the E1class, with Manuel Monni taking the bronze in E3.

On Day One, Eero Remes has compromised the race day with a nasty fall in the enduro test that luckily did not stop him to win the third place, and with it, the title of Champion of the World on Sunday.

Congratulations also to Manuel Monni, on Day One he has got a great second place in the E3 class, putting in the bank the third place in the standings.

The first year for our rider, Oliver Nelson, in the Junior class has also ended in the top ten.

"Yesterday, despite crashing in the last enduro test and having a severe contusion to the hand, I finished second but today I simply administered the day of competition to bring home my second world title."

"We arrived in France with the objective of third place in the E3 and I did it. Too bad for the fall on Saturday because I could of won the event class also. "