Catterick, September 17, 2023
The final round of the British enduro championship was held last weekend in Catterick, northern England.
Once again, Fantic's bikes shined with Jed Etchells and Jane Daniels, both riding Fantic XEF 250s, taking the title of British champion.
At Catterick, Jed came out on top in the Championship category. The Isle of Man rider ended his British Enduro Championship on a high note with a double win, bringing his total victories to three, and finished on the podium in all eight races.
An overwhelming victory for Jane in the Women's class: eight wins out of eight races and dominated the standings with total points, leaving crumbs for her opponents.
Jed Etchells: "I am very happy with this win. We played it out by proving that we are superior to even the most powerful bikes. Now I can focus on the last two races of the EnduroGP, where a world title is at stake."
Jane Daniels: "It was not an easy championship as it may seem. It was a good victory. I had to challenge opponents who proved to be very competitive. I'm happy. Now I must think about the World Enduro Championship trip to Portugal."