Of all the companies that have attached themselves to motor racing, Red Bull is arguably the one company that has successfully transitioned into all disciplines of racing. From Formula One to MotoGP to the Enduro World Series, Red Bull is there in some form or capacity.

The Enduro World Series, in particular, has been a strong point of Red Bull’s reach. The series itself is in the middle of just its third season and we’ve already witnessed a lot of pulsating action from some of the best endurance riders this side of Pluto. Red Bull has been front and center in the promotion of the series, doing so in a number of different ways, including the development of a web series called “On Track” that highlights the life and times of the riders competing in the series.

One such rider is Curtis Keene, who not surprisingly is sponsored by Red Bull. Keene has competed in the Enduro World Series since its inception. He hasn’t had the results to back up his potential and even in the current season, Keene sits in 57th place with 151 points. But results notwithstanding, Keene is a perfect example of a rider who experiences all the highs and lows of competing in the Enduro World Series.

The first episode of Open Track’s second season drops on July 21, 2015. In the meantime, do check out this series trailer to get you up-to-speed with the dynamic world of the Enduro World Series through the eyes of Curtis Keene.

There’s a reason why the series has grown in popularity in just its third season. If you didn’t know it by now, Open Track will show you exactly what you’ve been missing out on.


Source: Red Bull

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