Overall victory again today for Andrea Verona on the second day of the first round of the 24mx European Enduro Championship. The world champion rider also left the competitors behind him on day 2, taking first place in the overall standings of the day, but this time, unlike yesterday, with a gap of just 25 seconds on Samuele Bernardini. The two Italian riders battled throughout the day, giving the large crowd a great spectacle.

The second day of the 24mx Enduro European Championship started at 8.30 this morning, Sunday 24 March, from Castiglion Fiorentino under a cloudy sky that promised rain, rain which fortunately did not arrive, instead leaving room for a warm sun.

Kevin Cristino


Like yesterday, the 186 riders completed the three special tests prepared by the organizer three times: after the start the riders went to the extreme test, which was truly technical and spectacular. Followed by the Enduro Test lasting almost 10 minutes and the Cross Test, designed on an immense lawn. As mentioned, many Enduro enthusiasts reached the Tuscan city to witness the show offered by our riders, with Andrea Verona and Samuele Bernardini at the forefront, who certainly did not disappoint the enthusiasts. Also warming up the public’s spirits was Kevin Cristino, who made up for yesterday’s penalty and took home an excellent third place overall and first in the class. The Team Fantic motor riders won the J1 classification ahead of Killian Lunier, winner yesterday, and David Scheid Guillemot.

Matej Skuta


In J2 Riccardo Fabris was unable to replicate yesterday’s result and finished his race in sixth place in the category, won on this day 2 by Matej Skuta. The rider from the Czech Republic won his class by 21 seconds over Diego Haution (Atomic Moto), while in third position we found Samuli Puhakainen 38 seconds behind. Among the young Youth, Valentino Corsi (Team Specia) stood out, putting his teammate Riccardo Pasquato behind him. Closing the podium was another Italian, Simone Cagnoni of the Gas Gas Sissi Racing team.

Davide Soreca

Davide Soreca once again conquered the E1 class, the strong Italian rider took home an excellent one-two in the first round of the 2024 European Championship. Great battle for second position with Jacopo Traini and Davide Mei (Diligenti Racing) fighting until to the last special. At the end of the day Jacopo Traini took the second step of the podium and won over Mei by less than a second!

As in the overall, Andrea Verona and Samuele Bernardini animated the first two positions in the E2 standings, with Daniel Mundell (TNT Corse) closing the podium in third position. In the E3, a worry-free victory for the Frenchman of Team Atomic Moto Anthony Gaslin, who put Mattia Capuzzo (TNT Corse) behind him with a gap of over a minute and a half and Robert Riedel by more than 2 minutes.

Anthony Geslin

Double victory also for Maurizio Micheluz in the Senior class; the Italian riders took home his second victory of the season, putting Nico Rambow and Martin Gottvald behind him.

The category reserved for girls, the Women, was won again today by Tanja Schlosser, who was truly incisive in all the special tests. In second place we found Sara Traini and in third Mauricette Brisebard (Atomico Moto). The trade team ranking reflects exactly that of yesterday: Gaerne first, followed by Diligenti Racing and the Sweden Enduro Team.

Tanja Schlosser

The 2024 season has begun. The first round is over and we can’t wait to see our riders back in action! The next appointment is June 15th and 16th in San Marino, which will host a European championship race for the first time.


But before San Marino there is another important event waiting for the European Enduro, the one with the MiniEnduro European Cup which will open the 2024 season in Italy in the city of Aviano on 25 and 26 May.


See you there!


Race Results day2 – Overall

Race Results day2 – Classes



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