SuperEnduro superstar Billy Bolt wins his fourth FIM SuperEnduro World Championship – the Husqvarna Factory Racing rider claims his fourth indoor enduro world crown in total on home soil in Newcastle at the final round of the ’24 season.

Arriving with a 59-point lead in the championship standings ahead of the final round in Newcastle, UK, Billy Bolt was able to cement the SuperEnduro series before the racing even began.

With the Superpole top three positions being points scoring places, Billy only needed to take the win, second or third if nearest rival Jonny Walker took the win to achieve enough points for the title.

True to form and defying any nerves he might have been feeling in front of what is probably the biggest partisan crowd of his life, Bolt went fastest ahead of Jonny Walker and Will Hoare third.

That results means Billy is crowned 2024 SuperEnduro champion, his fourth indoor title, sixth in total adding to his Hard Enduro World Championship and one WESS crown.


Results and race report: 2024 SuperEnduro Results: Billy Bolt and Ashton Brightmore take victories and titles in Newcastle


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