PRIME STADIUM, promoters of the FIM EnduroGP World Championship, together with the FIM, are pleased to confirm the dates and locations of the 2024 FIM Paulo Duarte EnduroGP World Championship. Building on the success of the PRIME STADIUM promoted 2022 and 2023 championships, the 2024 series will span six months, starting in Portugal and ending in France, while making a return to three countries not visited in recent years.
Starting in the same way as the 2023 championship ended, the 2024 series will begin with two events in Portugal. As the only back-to-back races of the year, the season opener will set the tone for the year ahead, utilising the challenging northern Portuguese terrain in and around Fafe. One week later the EnduroGP series will move to Valpacos, home of the penultimate round of the 2023 series.
May will see the series head to Romania for the championship’s most easterly event and what will be the first EnduroGP round in the country since 2013. The GP of Italy will feature as round four of the 2024 championship. The event will be held two hours south of Milan in Bettola, marking the halfway point of the series.
On the homeward stretch, the championship will visit Gelnica, Slovakia in July for round five. With Gelnica hosting EnduroGP World Championship events in 2022 and 2023, riders will know exactly what to expect from the challenging forest-based special tests. Following Slovakia, there is a reserve date set for the end of July.
The GP of Wales will make a welcome return to the calendar as the penultimate event of the series. Rhayader last hosted a world championship event in 1992 and is a popular area for both enduro and motocross so will make for an exciting addition to the 2024 series.
Finally, the 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship will conclude in mid-September with the GP of France in Brioude. The location of previous thrilling Enduro World Championship finales, Brioude, together with the other six host events, will undoubtedly play their part in ensuring a memorable 2024 FIM Paulo Duarte EnduroGP World Championship.
The opening two rounds of the championship in Portugal together with the GP of Italy, the GP of Wales, and the GP of France, will form the five-event Women’s Enduro World Championship.