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EnduroGP to continue the adventure with Acerbis in 2024

EnduroGP to continue the adventure with Acerbis in 2024

Prime Stadium Eventos, promoters of the FIM EnduroGP World Championship, are excited to announce that its partnership with motorcycle accessories and clothing specialists Acerbis has been renewed for the 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship season. The partnership includes title sponsorship of the Acerbis GP of Portugal (Fafe), and the naming of the Acerbis Cross Test at every round of the 2024 championship.

Acerbis is a long-term supporter of EnduroGP and the leading Italian manufacturer is well-known for its motorcycle accessories, which are popular throughout the EnduroGP paddock. Acerbis has solidified their commitment to the 2024 season, naming the cross test at each round, as well as the opening GP of the year in Fafe, Portugal.

Beginning with back-to-back rounds in Portugal, the seven-round 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship is set to be the most exciting season yet. Making stops in Italy, Slovakia, and France again this year, the series will also make a return to both Romania and the UK.

Carla Alvarenga – Prime Stadium Eventos Managing Director: “Ahead of another exciting year of action, we are incredibly pleased to have Acerbis’ support for another season. Acerbis are long-term supporters of the championship, so we are incredibly grateful to them for getting behind the series again in 2024. Not only will they become the event title sponsor for the opening round of the season, the Acerbis GP of Portugal (Fafe), but they will also continue as a Main partner of the series and as naming sponsor of the Acerbis Cross Test.”

2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship Calendar
Round 1 – Acerbis GP of Portugal, Fafe – April 5-7
Round 2 – GP of Portugal II, Valpacos – April 12-14
Round 3 – GP of Romania, Bacau – May 10-12
Round 4 – Polisport GP of Italy, Bettola – June 21-23
Round 5 – Polisport GP of Slovakia, Gelnica – July 12-14
Round 6 – ForSiteServices GP of Wales, Rhayader – August 2-4
Round 7 – GP of France, Brioude – September 13-15

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