Champagne flowed on the podium, Graves decided to direct his at Chris Ball.
After what has been an incredible season of racing in the first ever Enduro World Series Finale Ligure was a fitting location to finish. Jerome Clementz, Tracy Moseley and Martin Maes took the wins rounding off title winning season’s for each of them.
29” for most of the season Tracy lifts her bike on the podium in Finale.
Tracy Moseley has been consistently quick all year and only dropped two race wins all season, great to see a Brit taking the top step of the podium and Tracy is a deserving World Champion.
Thanking the his bespoke Cannondale Jerome takes the win in Finale.
Jerome Clementz has performed at a blistering pace all year, he has dropped three rounds to Fabian Barel (Rd1), Nico Vouilloz (Rd2) and Jared Graves (Rd5) but sealed the win after taking the top place in Val d’Isere. Gaps were tight all year and we can expect another flat out season next year from Jerome and his closest rivals.
Maes tops the Junior podium by a huge margin.
Martin Maes must be due some sort of prize all on his own, he cleared the Junior field by a massive 4100 points and even beat Fabian Barel by two seconds to take a stage win in Finale.
The DirtTV team have been battling mountain internet and thunderstorms but have finished the last edit from the World Series racing. We want to say a massive thanks to Rob and John for their efforts this year, they have done an outstanding job this year working, driving and flying all hours of the day and night to get these edits done.
John stalking his prey in Mont Sainte Anne earlier this year – Photo Laurence CE
Rob pinning it even carrying ‘Big Red’ around, flying between stages in L2A – Photo: Ben Winder