Full results listing as it happens from round two of the 2019 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship in Riesa, Germany.
Cody Webb picked up where he left off in Germany 12 months ago with a convincing overall win at round two of the 2019 SuperEnduro season. Consistent speed saw him breeze the first two races before a more relaxed third position brought the overall win in final three behind Blazusiak and Haaker.
The overall results gave Webb the championship lead: “It was a great night overall.” Said Cody. “I didn’t get a great start in moto three and I was conservative for sure knowing sometimes that’s what it takes. But I’m happy with two heat wins and we move forward.” Webb leads the championship by two points from Blazusiak.
The Prestige races were dampened down by a race one pile-up at a tight turn one which saw the luckless Alfredo Gomez injured and stretchered away.
In the Junior class Tim Apolle took the overall on a dramatic evening in front of his home crowd. But it was Will Hoare who still bagged enough points with a 1-3-2 tally to leave Germany with a 27-point lead in the championship.
Speaking after the final race, Hoare said: “I made a few mistakes tonight, the rocks were really slippery. I might not have won here but I will next time I still have the championship lead and that’s the main thing.”
Prestige Class Final 1 – Webb wins:
Prestige Final 2 – easy win for Webb:
Prestige Final 3 – Blazusiak on top, Webb wins overall:
Prestige Class Superpole – Haaker means business:
Junior Class Final 1 – Hoare comfortable winner:
Juniors Final 2 – Apolle steals German 1-2:
Juniors Final 3 – Apolle doubles-up for the overall win:
National Race heat 1 – Tom Knight takes it:
National Race heat 2 – Jonathan Rosse shows the way:
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