E-Xplorer 2024
Round 2

Second Round of the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup in Norway About to Begin

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Oslo is preparing to host the second round of the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup on 3 and 4 May 2024.

Second Round of the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup in Norway About to Begin

After an intense battle at the start of the second season in Osaka, we will start this second round leading the championship.

Our riders are in great shape for this event, Tosha Schareina having won the last W2RC event at the Rally of Portugal and Francesca Nocera having finished first in the Portuguese Enduro World Championship and first in her home country, Italy.

The event, located on the outskirts of Oslo, features a markedly different circuit to the one we faced in Japan. This track will be a unique combination of a mix of supercross and enduro, which means that all riders will have to display their best skills on the track. There is no doubt that from tomorrow, with the start of practice, we will see an intense battle between our brave riders, both male and female.

Our CR Electric Proto will face a completely new terrain. In this event, we will face a circuit that differs greatly from the one we found in Japan. We will be riding on much faster and more challenging sections, with tree passes that evoke the spirit of the most authentic enduro. We are confident that the CR Electric Proto will prove its versatility and exceptional performance in this new scenario.

Carina Munte, CCO of the FIM E-Xplorer World Cup, said: “Bringing the E-Xplorer to new countries is something we have always envisioned and it is fantastic to see the hard work pay off. The Oslo World Cup will be one of our best events to date and I can’t wait to get going.

The Oslo World Cup round will feature a number of local riders. GF Logistikk, who will be racing in the Stark Future, will have two Norwegian riders, Vilde Marie Holt and Even Heibye. In addition to the GF Logistikk team, three other riders will fly the flag for their country: Andrine Osland, Mette Fidje and Runar Sudmann. Sudmann will ride for INDE Racing in place of the injured Spenser Wilton.

The next three stages, which will take place in Norway, France and Switzerland, are of crucial importance to accumulate decisive points in the standings before E-Xplorer closes the season with an exciting event in India. All teams will undoubtedly be aiming to perform strongly in Norway this week to secure their position in the championship title race.

Ruben Faria
Ruben Faria
Team HRC
The place is amazing for a circuit, they are still putting the finishing touches in place for tomorrow's practice. It's a very different circuit to Osaka, more like a supercross circuit, trees, tyres... Both riders and bikes are ready, a few weeks ago they made a new update of the bike to face the best possible this event in Oslo. It's going to be a very interesting race

Tosha Schareina
Tosha Schareina 68
Team HRC
I think we now have a much more MX-like track, a combination of superenduro and supercross. I thought the weather was going to be worse but it's an amazing weather to ride in. It's a perfect format for the public and I'm sure there will be some great fights during the race.

Francesca Nocera
Francesca Nocera 443
Team HRC
Here we are at last, at the second round of the FIM E-Xplorer championship in Norway. I am ready, the bike is of course ready. We've had a good few days of training and I'm really looking forward to test it on this track, it has some big jumps and very fast sections. I'm looking forward to the free practice tomorrow.

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