Crimson Bull KTM Manufacturing unit Racing’s Manuel Lettenbichler is able to tackle the 2024 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship! The just lately topped 2023 Laborious Enduro World Champion will quickly swap the outside for indoors as he prepares for the primary occasion of the seven-round collection, held in France on November 25.
Lettenbichler is not any stranger to indoor enduro, the 25-year-old was topped FIM Junior SuperEnduro World Champion again in 2016, after which he raced an extra two seasons as a privateer within the Status class.
Mani was all-set to tackle the 2022 season for Crimson Bull KTM and in reality contested the opening spherical in Poland the place he secured a superb runner-up consequence. Sadly, the KTM 350 EXC-F racer was compelled to take a seat out the rest of the season as a result of receiving surgical procedure to his knee.
Lettenbichler additionally missed the 2023 season as a result of his dedication to the event of the all-new 2024 mannequin KTM 300 EXC – a call that clearly paid off, with Mani occurring to dominate this yr’s FIM Laborious Enduro World Championship whereas racing the 2-stroke machine.
Now, simply weeks after finishing his unbeaten season in arduous enduro, the younger German has already switched his focus to the extraordinary format of SuperEnduro. Mani hopes to problem the perfect within the sport, beginning at spherical one in France on November 25.
Manuel Lettenbichler:‘The 2023 Laborious Enduro season went wonderful for me, however now I’m already waiting for the 2024 SuperEnduro World Championship. For certain, the racing may be very completely different to arduous enduro – for the indoors it’s all about super-short intense motos, you go all out and must hit the obstacles as arduous as you possibly can, kind of. It’s going to be robust – it’s additionally going to be arduous to beat Billy (Bolt), who has had it his method for a number of years now, however you may be certain I’ll give it my finest. Most of all, I’m trying ahead to driving in some cool locations in entrance of some passionate enduro followers’.
The 2024 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship kicks off in France on November 25, 2023. It’s then adopted by spherical two in Poland on December 6, earlier than rounds in Germany, Romania, Hungary, and Bulgaria early in 2024. The collection concludes within the UK with the seventh and last spherical on March 2.