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As the motorsport season approaches, fans of the FIM EnduroGP World Championship are on the edge of their seats. With just one event still to be announced (TBA), the calendar for the 2023 FIM EnduroGP World Championship is now all but complete.

In total, the series will span seven different countries over the course of the season, offering riders a unique opportunity to test their limits in some of the world’s most challenging and thrilling off-road terrain. Each event will feature multiple days of competition, which will encompass individual tests, cross country runs, and enduro tests, to name a few.

The FIM EnduroGP World Championship is open to riders of any nationality, class or age, making it a truly global event where competitors can show off their skills. The series is divided up into four classes: EnduroGP, Enduro Junior, Enduro 2-Stroke Cup, and Enduro Open.

This season’s calendar kicks off in Italy, where riders will take part in the first round of the championship at the Friuli Venezia Giulia Grand Prix from April 15-18. This will be followed by the Bulgarian Grand Prix from May 13-15, and then the Spanish Grand Prix from May 28-30.

The championship will then move across the channel to England, where riders will compete in the British Grand Prix from June 11-13. After this, the championship will return to Europe for the French Grand Prix from June 25-27, before heading south to Portugal for the Montalegre Grand Prix from July 16-18.

The penultimate round of the championship will take place in Germany, with the German Grand Prix scheduled for August 6-8. The championship will then conclude with the final round at TBA.

Whichever country ends up hosting the final round, fans can be sure that the 2023 FIM EnduroGP World Championship will be one to remember. With such a diverse range of tracks and competitors, the series promises to be exciting and unpredictable, and no doubt there will be plenty of surprises in store.

So with just one event still to be announced, keep an eye on the FIM EnduroGP website as the new season draws ever closer. It’s sure to be an exhilarating year!