RMX Racing: Enduro EM in Veszprém
The Austrian Sabine Pulz stirred up the men’s league for RMX Racing at the last European Championship round in Hungary
At the last Enduro EM race from August 22nd to 23rd in Veszprém, Hungary, quads from 9 countries started. The approximately 400 fast special stage kilometers demanded a high level of concentration in order not to fall victim to one of the many hidden dangers such as holes or bumps.
In this run, the Portuguese Paulino Cruz was once again the favorite of the Enduro EM with a huge lead. In the large displacement class, Jürgen Mohr from Germany won on the first day ahead of the Portuguese Joao Nazareth. Sabine Pulz from the RMX-Racing team ended the first day in third place, followed by the Italian Giammarco Fossa and the 5-times Dakar winner Josef Machacek from the Czech Republic.
Victory on the second day of the event again went to the Portuguese Paulino Cruz in the 450 class. Fossa and Massante from Italy came in second and third. In the open class, the Austrian Sabine Pulz defended her third place in the men’s classification.
“The race went perfectly”; said Sabine after crossing the finish line, who is currently at her peak physically and mentally. “Small concerns about oil leaks from the engine and initial chassis problems were quickly forgotten after I found out that I was faster than the Dakar winner,” said Sabine Pulz in the evening. The ‘Crazy Lady’ – as she is now known in the scene – finished the event in Hungary with a 1st place in the women’s classification, a 3rd place in the class over 450cc, and thus fourth place in the UEM overall ranking.
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