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27/02/2015 Press release

The 22ª summer enduro edition was sponsored by ELF.

Buenos Aires, February 2015. The world’s largest motorcycle and quads race was held on February 21 and 22 in the Villa Gesell circuit and had 1100 participants, including national and international pilots.

ELF was there with its wide range of ELF MOTO products, and with an exclusive space where both riders and visitors could get to know the uses and application of ELF lubricants.

In the motorcycle category, sponsored by ELF, Felipe Ellis, from Bahía Blanca, came in second in the Moto Pro category, after the French Adrien Van Beveren who defeated him only a few meters from the finish line, and the pilot from Neuquén Esteban López Jove, of the Kawasaki RPM Team, came in 46th.

In addition, ELF organized the ELF MOTO Trophy, in which the over 500 registered pilots received a kit of lubricants and technical advice for free. At the end of the competition, ELF awarded a prize to the fastest lap for pilots in the Moto Professional, Moto Amateur and Quads categories.

Miss ELFIA was chosen on Saturday 21. The winner of the beauty contest which is a classic in this event was 26-year old Juana Acosta from the city of Buenos Aires.

In Argentina, the ELF brand is present in large motorsports events, not only in the Summer Enduro but also the Enduro World Championship, Cross Country and the 2015 Dakar Rally.

There were over 150,000 spectators at the event, and while the 12.5 km course length was maintained, the circuit design was more demanding and competitive than in the previous edition, with a longer estimated race time, about 45 minutes.