The FIM just confirmed that it has agreed a five-year extension with ABC Communication in their role as promoter of the “FIM SuperEnduro World Championship”. The original contract was first signed back in 2012. Now recognised as the most prestigious indoor Enduro series, the “FIM SuperEnduro World Championship” has reached a live audience in excess of 300 000 people and through its broadcasts reaches almost two hundred countries.

“…. to maintain the development especially outside of Europe.”

Looking to continue this upward trend FIM President Jorge Viegas confirmed: “The FIM is very proud to be able to have this opportunity to extend the contract with ABC Communication for a championship that has become more and more successful over the time it has been in their control. We are confident this path will continue. Moreover, the renewal and extension of this agreement reinforces the trust that the FIM has in ABC Communication to maintain the development of this spectacular indoor championship, especially outside of Europe.”

Round 3 of the 2019 championship saw a spectacular night in Madrid.

Equally delighted, ABC Communication CEO Bastien Blanchard said: “We would like to thank the FIM for renewing its confidence in us for the next five years. We strongly believe in this discipline which although still young has great potential thanks to its riders and the spectacular action it provides to the fans. We will continue our efforts to promote and extend media coverage in order to grow the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship outside of Europe.” (source: abc communication)

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