New Zealand’s Hamish Macdonald was in blistering form at the World Enduro GP in the Czech Republic last weekend. The young Kiwi was untouchable on his Sherco 125 SE-R in the 125cc Youth Cup and is edging closer towards the World Championship crown.
“It was so good to get back on top of the podium,” said Macdonald. “It’s been a long road back from breaking my shoulder and to take the double win was excellent. It just would not have been possible without my family backing me and the Edmondson’s help. Of course, the Sherco Team supporting me as well. I just love riding and it’s fun to be back racing. I’m ready to fight for the Championship in France.”
France’s Theo Espinasse was another Sherco rider to excel in the GP of the Czech Republic with victory in the Youth Class on Sunday. Espinasse was third in class on Saturday but hit top gear for his first class win of the 2019 Championship on Sunday.
The final two days of racing in the 2019 Enduro World Championship GP season will take place in Ambert, France on September 28 and 29. Macdonald is in the hot seat and poised to create history should he manage solid results in France.