Prime Stadium Eventos, promoters of the Paulo Duarte FIM EnduroGP World Championship, have extended their current partnership with KTM Group, Europe’s leading high-performance street and offroad motorcycle manufacturing group. As a main partner of the EnduroGP series, KTM Group will continue supporting the championship through 2024.


Based in Austria, KTM Group, the parent company of KTM, Husqvarna Motorcycles, and GASGAS, has been a stalwart of the offroad motorcycle industry for over 30 years and has supported nearly 50 enduro world champions during that time. Recent champions include reigning Enduro1 World Champion, Josep Garcia (KTM), as well as 2022 EnduroGP and Enduro1 World Champion, Andrea Verona (GASGAS).

The 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship kicks off tomorrow with the first round of a Portuguese double-header, beginning in Fafe before heading east to Valpaços. The series will then make a return to Romania for the first time in many years, before moving on to fan favourites Italy and Slovakia. Another hotly anticipated addition to the 2024 calendar is the ForSiteServices GP of Wales, which will undoubtedly be welcomed by British riders and spectators alike. France will host the closing round of the 2024 series, where rivalries will be settled, and champions crowned.

Carla Alvarenga – Prime Stadium Eventos Managing Director:We’re very happy to have KTM Group back as a sponsor for another year! KTM Group is one of our most dedicated supporters, having been involved in the championship for over 30 years. Their commitment to the sport of enduro is second to none and their presence in the paddock has become part of the furniture. We are looking forward to another successful year with KTM Group!”

2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship Calendar

Round 1 – Acerbis GP of Portugal, Fafe – April 5-7
Round 2 – GP of Portugal II, Valpacos – April 12-14
Round 3 – GP of Romania, Bacau – May 10-12
Round 4 – Polisport GP of Italy, Bettola – June 21-23
Round 5 – Polisport GP of Slovakia, Gelnica – July 12-14
Round 6 – ForSiteServices GP of Wales, Rhayader – August 2-4
Round 7 – GP of France, Brioude – September 13-15