SCOTT athlete Brad Freeman has won the 2019 FIM EnduroGP World Championship at the final round of the season in France.
In what turned out to be an epic weekend of racing in Ambert, France, SCOTT moto athlete Brad Freeman managed to win the prestigious FIM EnduroGP World Championship for the first time in his career.
The twenty-three year old from Great Britain came into the final round with a 14-point lead over fellow GB countryman and last year’s champion Steve Holcombe. Freeman took 4th overall on the day, which was just enough to earn him the points he needed to wrap up the title. The now two-time Enduro1 World Champion added the Mika Ahola “Brave One” Trophy to his list of achievements by winning the EnduroGP title on Sunday.
|“That’s it! We did it! I do not have a lot of words to describe what I’m feeling. This season was so complicated and tough, I can tell you that it took a lot of will to fulfil this dream. I am EnduroGP World Champion and it feels great!” Brad Freeman|
| After winning the 2019 Enduro1 World Championship at the previous round in the Czech Republic, and now the premier EnduroGP World Championship as well, it is safe to say that Brad is on a roll right now and proving to be an unstoppable force in the world of Enduro racing. We look forward to seeing more from this super-talented young rider in the future.|
|Meanwhile, In The Netherlands…|
The biggest event on the global motocross stage, the 2019 Monster Energy FIM Motocross of Nations (MXON) took place at the TT Circuit Assen in The Netherlands over the weekend. The man-made sand track built on the notorious TT race circuit held up well considering the torrential rain that battered the site on Sunday and still managed to provide a great setting for some epic racing.
Across all classes the SCOTT athletes were out in force representing their home nations and all were glad to have the superior vision provided by the SCOTT Prospect goggle and the life-saving, innovative WFS system when the rain came down.
The 2019 Great Britain team was made up of SCOTT athletes Shaun Simpson, Nathan Watson and Adam Sterry. Finishing just ahead of last years winners France, the team were delighted to end the weekend on the podium and come away with a very respectable 3rd place overall.
The brutal weather made for some seriously challenging racing conditions, and a clear advantage was given to those who could see properly throughout their race. The SCOTT racing service was working over-time throughout the weekend, providing SCOTT athletes with goggles that had been fully-prepped and ready to defend the riders vision in the treacherous conditions.
The SCOTT Prospect WFS roll-off system did its job where many other goggle brands failed and proved once again to be the best system out there when the going gets though.
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EnduroGP: © Future 7 Media
MXON: Juan Pablo Acevedo