After closing its first season as a national championship in Tábua, on December 14, the National Sprint Enduro Championship is the first to return to activity, on January 23, thus marking the beginning of the new sports season under the umbrella of Motorcycling Federation of Portugal (FMP).
“The modality showed a strong vitality throughout the year 2020 and wants to maintain that same trend in the new year, the second as a national championship”, highlights a statement from the FMP.
The competition calendar has four stages and on the 23rd of January, Penacova receives the opening of the season thus making his debut in the FMP calendar. The organization is in charge of the Alhastro Clube TT, which has created a route of 22 kilometers per lap, each with two specials. The Elite class will complete a total of six laps, the Greens and Veterans will complete five passes, while Super-Veterans, Ladies, Promotion and Hobby will complete four laps.
The nerve center of the race will be installed in the TT Circuit of Atalhada, in Serra da Atalhada, in the municipality of Penacova. There, technical and documentary checks and the assistance area will be concentrated.
After just over a month of stopping, motorcycling is back in business, with the first race of the new year promising more than a hundred riders at the starting line.
It should be noted that the title champion of this competition is the Góis rider, Diogo Ventura (Góis Moto Clube / Beta Portugal). Registration for the Sprint Enduro in Penacova is open at http://provas.ttcronometragens.com.
After the Penacova stage, the Castelo Branco race follows on 7 February, on 28 February it is Tábua's turn to host the Sprint Enduro, with the start ending on 21 March, in Cantanhede.
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