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E3 Enduro 2007: World Champion Ivan Cervantes Finishes Season Victorious

  Posted at 02:45:06 PM
  File under  KTM Racing
  Author: KTM Press Release
  Location: Normandy, France

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E3 World Champion Ivan Cervantes finishes the season in victorious style

The freshly crowned E3 World Champion Ivan Cervantes won the final race of the Enduro World Championships on Sunday in France to finish the season in style, just one day after claiming the title.

Ivan Cervantes
Ivan Cervantes    © J. Edmunds

It was the KTM Enduro Factory Team rider’s first year in the big bike category and he said that winning the title had exceeded his expectations. “I am very happy to win this third title, because it really was a hard year for me with changing the categories.

The Spanish rider said that at the beginning of the season he had hoped to be able to fight for a top three place, but Sunday’s victory, on top of no less than 11 others during the season was certainly proof of his superiority. Cervantes can be well satisfied with a season where he was on the podium in every single race.

Marko Tarkkala
Marko Tarkkala    © J. Edmunds

KTM teammate Marko Tarkkala came home in fifth place on Sunday and finished second in the championship standings to add more pleasure to the successful KTM factory team.

The Finnish rider had been Cervantes closest rival in the closing stages of the season with both of the KTM team-mates putting considerable points distance between them and third placed Sebastien Guillaume of France.

Results Day 2
25 Ivan Cervantes KTM
2 Sebastien Guillaume Husqvarna
20 Alessandro Botturi Honda
4 Bjoerne Carlsson Husaberg
3 Marko Tarkkala KTM

Final World Standings
25 Ivan Cervantes KTM 377
3 Marko Tarkkala KTM 326
2 Sebastien Guillaume Husqvarna 308
4 Bjoerne Carlsson Husaberg 292
20 Alessandro Botturi Honda 260

Via: KTM

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