A Greay Proof of Alex Salvini at The Hungary GP

The 2022 FIM EnduroGP World Championship continues its run and just seven days after the Slovak GP our riders faced on Friday 5, Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 August, the sixth round of the season on Hungarian soil in Zalaegerszeg, a small Hungarian village about 200 km from Budapest.

A weekend characterized by high temperatures that saw our riders compete with a not very complex and demanding race characterized by predominantly soft and sandy terrain alternating with some passages on hard ground and a track inside a wood.

For the occasion, Motoclub Track Race Promotion has designed a route of only 47 kilometers that started on Friday evening with the Super Test, which was followed by two days of competition, both divided into three special tests to be repeated four times a day: an Enduro Test about 5.5 km with hard soil alternating with sand and roots, a 3.5 km long Cross Test quite fast and with sandy soil rich in ups and downs, followed by a very short artificial Extreme Test within the same track of 1 Km of the Super test on Friday evening.

Great race for our Alex Salvini who in Hungary amazed by obtaining two third places in E2 during the two days of competition. The Bologna-based rider also achieved the fourth best time overall during the Super Test on Friday evening and excellent performances in the Enduro GP with two fifth positions.

Davide Soreca’s performance on Hungarian soil was also positive. In the difficult and demanding E1 class he recorded an eighth place on Day1, however, scoring a zero on the second day of competition.

Tom Buxton continues to improve his performance in the Junior class by entering the top ten of the Junior2 class on both days of competition and definitively leaving the injury of the beginning of the season behind him.

The FIM Enduro World Championship now takes a long break and then moves to Zschopau, Germany where the last round of the 2022 season will take place on 14, 15 and 16 October.