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The Italian Motorcycle Federation (FMI), under patronage of the International Motorcycle Federation (FIM), has the honour of organising the 88th edition of the International Six Days of Enduro 2013 (ISDE), exactly 100 years from the first competition held in Carlisle in the United Kingdom. The Six Days of Enduro, even know as the “Moto Olympics”, is a unique event hosted each year in a different Country, to assign the title of Enduro World Champion for National Teams. To celebrate its 100th anniversary the competition will be held in Sardinia, and especially in the main Gallura region. From the 30th September to the 5th October the pilots will join together in the Olbia’s paddock to start a truly interesting competition, held in many suggestive locations.

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The opening ceremony will be held the 28th September with a parade of the competing Nations, marking the Opening Ceremony. The rival teams will be challenged by tricky routes in a wonderful scenery hosted not just in Olbia, main hub for the competition with the paddock, but also in Tempio Pausania and Golfo Aranci, through to Alà dei Sardi, Arzachena, Calangianus, Loiri Porto San Paolo, Padru, Sant’Antonio di Gallura and Telti.

630 competitors from all over the world, representing 36 countries, joined by 140 Club Teams will race through the Sardinian routes. Record numbers for the centenary edition. Favourite for the final victory are the French Team, 2012 title holder and winner this year of the Enduro World Title in the E1 and E3 categories, with Christophe Nambotin and Antoine Meo respectively. Also favourites are the Australian Team, which got the second place last year and the Finnish Team, with excellent performances in the E1 category of the 2013 World Title  with the pilots  Matti Seistola and Eero Remes and, finally, the Italian home team, which got third in the 2012 edition.

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Un unmissable event which is organized by the FIM (Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme) and the FMI (Federazione Motociclistica Italiana) and also by the "Regione Sardegna", numerous local authorities, the Forestry Authority, the Port Authority and a long list of sponsors, partners and official suppliers, such as KTM, Aeroporto Olbia Costa Smeralda, Ciao Sardinia, Sardinia Ferries and Europcar, also joined by Fiat Professional, Bardahl, Metzeler, Tiscali, Eicma, Airoh, Brema and plenty more to confirm the importance of the event.

A total 1500 km to race through, six long days of special tests and battles ending up in the EICMA Final Event, the final cross race in the “Sergio Bruschi” cross track in Tempio Pausania which will assign the 2013 title. The 630 racers will be divided in 40 groups. A total of 15 challenging tests, eight rounds, for a total of twenty minutes, in which each racer will try his very best to get through to the three classes finals, which will be broadcasted live. At the end, only one nation will raise the World Throphy. Olbia, 30th September 2013: the date is set. The fight to attain the centenary title has only just begun!

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