BOISE, Idaho – Feb. 26, 2018 – The first round of the Italian Enduro Championship was this weekend in Passirano, Italy. The team encountered snowy conditions for the sprint-style race, which consisted of five special tests that were repeated four times. RedMoto’s three riders, Davide Guarneri, Thomas Oldrati, and Emanuele Facchetti, each had strong showings. Davide Guarneri won the 250 4T class aboard his new CRF250R Enduro. Thomas Olrati had a great Saturday night. He took his CRF450RX to 1st place in his class and 1st place in the overall standings. A 2nd place finish on Sunday brought him 5th overall. Emanuele Facchetti crashed while he was running in 2nd place in the Junior “Under 23” class, pushing on to take 5th place. The team’s next race will be the first round of the World Championships on March 17th-18th in Finland. Italian Enduro Championship Round 1 Results: E1: 5. Thomas Oldrati E2: 1. Davide Guarneri Junior:      5. Emanuele Facchetti  The team’s bikes are equipped with Rekluse’s premier auto clutch, RadiusCX. This top of the line auto clutch product brings together all of the latest technology into one package. A TorqDrive equipped clutch pack, coupled with EXP and Core technology results in significant advancement in auto performance with exceptional hook-up, lever feel and durability.   Thomas Oldrati - Photo courtesy of Honda Racing RedMoto   Emanuele Facchetti - Photo courtesy of Honda Racing RedMoto
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