SuperEnduro World Championship results from round two of 2020 season in Riesa, Germany where Taddy Blazusiak took three confident moto wins to grab the championship leader's red plate.
SuperEnduro round 2, Riesa in a nutshell:
- Billy Bolt makes an early mark with fastest practice times a full second and a half quicker than nearest rival, Jonny Walker. Taddy Blazusiak posted third fastest time on the technical track littered with log obstacles.
- Walker reversed that advantage however in Superpole with a super-neat single lap to gain the first gate pick for the finals.
- A dramatic Prestige class first moto saw Alfredo Gomez holeshot only to be passed by Bolt before Blazusiak took the lead when Billy got stuck on the bridge. Blazusiak took the win from Gomez, narrowly beating Walker who'd turned it around from a first corner crash which had put him dead last.
- Prestige final two was almost a replica of race one with Blazusiak ticking off the fast and consistent laps tailing early leader Bolt before inheriting the lead when Billy had carbon copy crash on the bridge. Walker took a narrow third after picking himself up from another first corner incident.
- Moto three was all about Taddy as he took the holeshot for a start to finish win and a triple moto tally that was all about consistency, speed and minimal mistakes. Behind him the best of the rest took turns to make errors with Bolt and Walker taking some dramatic get-offs. Gomez was second at the flag ahead of Bolt.
- The overall championship sees Blazusiak take the championship leader's red plate on 117 points, Bolt is second on 106 with Walker and Gomez tied in third on 87 points.
- Fastest by a clear margin in the Juniors was Ty Cullins whose timed practice times were good enough for top 10 in the Prestige class. After fluffing the start in race one the American's speed saw him take the first moto victory. The reverse grid positions for moto two didn't stop the TM rider taking that either before a convincing final moto win (despite a painful crash).
- In the European Championship Sonny Goggia made his mark on the series with easily the most consistent performance of the season so far to take the championship lead with a 1-2 scorecard.
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European final 2:Photo Credit: Enduro21/Andea Belluschi Jon PearsonEnduro21 Editor and Bike Testerjon.email@example.com