PRIME STADIUM, promoters of the FIM EnduroGP World Championship, together with the FIM, are pleased to confirm the dates and locations of the 2023 FIM EnduroGP World Championship. Bringing together several races that featured in the 2022 series with well-established events that have previously hosted EnduroGP competitions, the seven-round series will start in Italy for the first time ever.
Beginning in Italy in early April and finishing in Portugal in early October, the championship will kick off with two stand-alone races – round one in Italy and round two in Spain. Then, the series will feature back-to-back rounds three and four in Finland and Sweden, followed by another stand-alone event in Slovakia. The championship will conclude with back-to-back rounds seven and eight in Portugal.
Italy and the rugged mountains of the San Remo/Arma di Taggia region will host the opening round of the 2023 FIM EnduroGP World Championship. Round two of the 2023 series will take place in Lalin in northwest Spain, the venue of the opening round of the 2022 championship.
For 2023 the FIM EnduroGP World Championship will feature a Scandinavian tour as the series returns to Finland and Sweden on consecutive weekends at the end of May and the beginning of June. Visiting the enduro heartlands of Heinola in Finland and Skovde in Sweden, the series’ most northerly events will take the championship past its mid-way point.
Following a three-week break, the EnduroGP series will return to action on the first weekend in July as it makes a return visit to Gelnica in Slovakia, home to the fifth round of the 2022 series and an event that unquestionably proved its worth in 2022 with its spectacular forest-based special tests. The event originally scheduled to be held on July 7-9 will not take place.
Bringing the championship to a close with back-to-back competitions in Portugal, Valpacos and St Andre/Santiago do Cacem will play hosts to rounds seven and eight.
2023 FIM EnduroGP World Championship calendar
Round 1 Italy – San Remo/Arma di Taggia 31 March-2 April
Round 2 Spain – Lalin 5-7 May
Round 3 Finland – Heinola 26-28 May
Round 4 Sweden – Skovde 1-3 June
Round 5 Slovakia – Gelnica 30 June-2 July
Round 6 Portugal – Valpacos 29 Sept-1 oct
Round 7 Portugal – St Andre/Santiago do Cacem 6-8 October