Polish ace steals points lead at the second round.
Red Bull KTM Factory Racing’s Taddy Blazusiak has clinched victory at Germany’s second round of the 2020 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship.
Race one started well for Blazusiak, completing the first lap in third place. He capitalised on errors from those in front of him, ultimately taking the chequered flag with a huge 34-second advantage over Alfredo Gomez (Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing) and Jonny Walker (Red Bull KTM Factory Racing).
The second race, despite the reversed grid, went very much the same way as the first – Blazusiak, riding consistently, made his way to the front leaving his rivals behind. This time it was Billy Bolt (Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing) in second ahead of Walker.
The third and final race saw Blazusiak take the holeshot and instantly create a comfortable lead. The Polish ace never faltered and completed his hat-trick of first-place results to finish ahead of Gomez and bolt.
Overall it was Blazusiak who captured victory while earning the points lead, as Bolt and Walker were second and third respectively. The next stop on the calendar is scheduled for 18 January in Spain.