The Spanish Enduro Championship has started really well for the interests of Gas Gas with two victories for Danny McCanney in Enduro 3, which makes him the leader. The young rider from the Isle of Man and spearhead of the ‘School of Champions’ has been the great revelation in Santiago de Compostela on a date opening two days of scheduled competition.
The handlebars of the Gas Gas EC 300 R, saw McCanney win against riders like Perez de la Torre, Correia and Ljunggren. In the same category Rodrig Thain was sixth on the first day, fully adapted to his new bike. Today the Frenchman has been closer to McCanney and finished second, and the double win for Gas Gas in E3. McCanney and Thain were second and third respectively in the scratch classification and have set sail for France to compete in the final round of the Indoor SuperEnduro, where the British rider could proclaim Junior World Champion.
DANNY MCCANNEY “It was an easy race after coming this weekend before the first English championship, I’m very happy with my riding on the Gas Gas 300 and my results and I want to thank the team for their hard work. Now I am thinking about the next race of super enduro in France”
RODRIG THAIN “It was a good weekend for me, with this race we were doing the last tests on the bike before heading to Chile and Argentina. I’m very pleased with how the bike is working and I want to thank my mechanic Stephan and all the work being done by the Team”