Airohriders great protagonists in Pontremoli
AIROH HELMETS proposed a great enduro weekend for the third round of Italian Enduro Championship, that took place in Pontremoli (MS) and valid as fourth race of the season.
Talent, speed and great style are the features of the English Steve Holcombe (Beta), four-time World Champion (E3 2016, 2017 EnduroGP, 2018 E3 and EnduroGP) and the national absolute winner 2018. On Holcombe’s head, there have been Aviator AIROH HELMETS for four years, number-one full helmets of motocross and enduro greatest champions. Born in Barnstaple in England on 05.16.1994, Holcombe came to Italy in 2015, discovered by Beta team of Jarno Boano, with whom he almost won Junior World Championship.
Holcombe was the great protagonist this weekend too, on a race marked by rain and mud, by conquering second position of absolute classification, despite the uncertain physical condition and a fall in one of the thirteen special races, along the 46 km track they had to cover for four times.
After Holcombe, in the absolute classification of Pontremoli’s race, AIROH HELMETS riders conquer the fourth position with Thomas Oldrati (Honda RedMoto), the fifth with Christophe Charlier (Honda-RedMoto) the sixth with the Italian-French Antoine Méo (Honda-RedMoto), the seventh with Rudy Moroni (KTM-Farioli), the eighth with Davide Guarneri (Honda-RedMoto) and the tenth with the Chilean Benjamin Herrera (Beta).
In the various classes, 250 4T was dominated by the four first positions of AIROH HELMETS riders. In the order: Thomas Oldrati, Rudy Moroni, Davide Guarneri, Matteo Cavallo (Sherco-CH Racing).
Third place of the podium in 450 4T class for Davide Soreca (Honda-RedMoto).
In the classification for the foreign riders, second position for Holcombe, fourth for Charlier, fifth for Méo and sixth for Herrera.
In Youth class, for the young “under 21” riders, very good second position for Manolo Morettini from Bergamo (KTM-Farioli).
Next agonistic enduro meeting for AIROH HELMETS riders will be Portugal GP planned from 3rd to 5th of May, in the little town of Valpacos, north of Porto.