With the 2024 Paulo Duarte FIM EnduroGP World Championship season well underway, EnduroGP is pleased to share the news that its popular extended highlights series has returned for another year. The 26-minute episodes recap the highs and lows of each round, with two episodes already available to watch and a further episode being released today on EnduroGP’s Youtube channel.

Head over to EnduroGP’s YouTube channel to watch the first three instalments now.

The first three rounds of the 2024 series provided no shortage of entertainment. In the EnduroGP class, Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Josep Garcia leads the championship standings with a nine-point advantage over GASGAS Factory Racing’s Andrea Verona, who took his first overall win in Romania. Honda Racing RedMoto Enduro Team’s Steve Holcombe had a strong start to his 2024 campaign, leading the championship after the opening two rounds, but now lies in third overall.

The GALFER FIM Junior Enduro World Championship has witnessed an exciting battle between countrymen Axel Semb and Max Ahlin. The Swedes have been racing fiercely since the beginning of the season, but it is Semb who leads the standings by a commanding 14 points. In the Enduro Youth category, Italy’s Alberto Elgari topped the podium both days in Bacau to take over the lead in the championship from Manuel Verzeroli, who had a perfect weekend in Valpacos for round two.

Despite only completing two rounds so far, the Women’s class has been incredibly competitive, with three different victors crowned over the four days raced. However, it is RIEJU Factory Racing’s Mireia Badia who is ahead, followed by Honda Racing RedMoto Enduro Team’s Francesca Nocera and Team KBS Sherco’s Rachel Gutish, who are equal on points.

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