Guest Contributor | Nov 14, 2022 | 0
National Enduro series gets dusty
The race, which will start at 07:00, will run into the Khomashochland Mountains, again testing man and machine with some steep uphill climbs and fierce drop-offs
With three races left in the season, the riders need to stay focused and ensure that they finish every race, as the overall championship is decided on the best seven results per rider in the season.
In the class 1 championship, Kai Hennes has a ten point lead over Jörn Greiter and Claude Brendel who are tied on sixty five points each. In the class 2, Ingo Waldschmidt has a nine point lead over Tommy Gouws with Henner Rusch and Therold Murch fighting for third with one point separating them while in the class 3 National quads, Windzor Huselman has a big lead over the second and third place battle of Heiko Bernstein and Johan Steyn.
In the Ladies Quads, Maike Bochert holds a commanding lead with the younger ladies chasing hard as the series continues.
In the Master Bikes, Andreas Brendel holds a small lead over his chasing team mate Eckhard Waldschmidt, with Kai Hohmeier moving into third after the last race.
In the Master Quads, Fanie Steenkamp has a twelve point lead over Clinton Hilfiger but with only 2 points separating third and fourth, a battle is set between Yana de Jesus and Gary Rowland for the last podium step.
In the Support Bike class, Glen Brown is holding onto the lead over Pascal Henle in second, Phlippie Baard remains in third after missing the last event.
In the Support Quad class, Enrico Malan has a comfortable twenty point lead over second place Willem Köhne with Andre van Zyl only three points behind in third.
In the Junior Quads, Lotario van Wyk also has a twenty point lead over RJ Visser and Lozano Maletsky is a further ten points back in third.
In the class ten, Eugene Koen holds a twenty two point lead over Janco Visser with Nicolai Palmherz three points behind him.