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Itís nearly go time! GASGAS Factory Racingís Andrea Verona is feeling fit, focused, and ready to take on the seven-stop 2024 FIM EnduroGP World Championship and start his season on a high, beginning with the first of two back-to-back Portuguese rounds.

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  • Watch the GASGAS EnduroGP team launch video HERE

Working hard over the winter, Verona has put his all into training and testing his GASGAS EC 350F ahead of the upcoming EnduroGP season. Topping the 450 class at the first round of the Italian Enduro Championship and securing second overall, Andrea has been putting the work in to ensure his bike setup is perfect and fitness at its max. The Italian is looking to fight for the win in both the EnduroGP and Enduro2 classes this year and hopefully add two more gold medals to his collection!

The opening round of the seven-stop 2024 EnduroGP championship will be held in Fafe, Portugal, on April 5-7. The team then heads south to Valpacos just one week later for round two. This year, the series will also be making long-awaited returns to both Romania and Wales Ė two countries which have been missing from the calendar in recent years.

Andrea Verona: ďAfter the tough ISDE in Argentina last year, I had a bit of a break before getting back to training, but then it was full gas as always. The bike feels just as incredible as it did last year, and with the few changes that we have made, it has improved even more. Iím really happy with how the winter season went and I enjoyed training in Sardinia for two weeks. Weíve already had the first Italian Championship race which went pretty good Ė I finished second overall in very difficult conditions. I had a good feeling on the bike but I know where we need to improve, both myself as a rider and the team with the bike setup. For 2024, Iím looking to fight from the very first day of racing for the top step of the podium in both the EnduroGP and Enduro2 categories. It will be a tough competition as always, but Iím feeling good on the bike and I know I can be fast. I canít wait to get started!Ē