The 2020 SuperEnduro season reaches its penultimate round in Budapest this Saturday, February 1, with Billy Bolt and Taddy Blazusiak close in the points and Jonny Walker looking for his first win.
After a two week break the 2020 SuperEnduro World Championship is back in action this Saturday, February 1, for the penultimate round of the series at the GP of Hungary.
The fourth round of the championship could easily turn into a championship decider if Billy Bolt manages to put another dominant performance as he did last time out in A Coruña and the Spanish GP.
The Husqvarna rider has learned from his round two mistakes in Germany – as explained by Billy in his latest Enduro21 Blog – and he showed that by delivering three flawless motos in Spain
But as we know, if there’s a rider you can't count out it is the SuperEnduro GOAT, Taddy Blazusiak. The Polish rider has been close to bagging his seventh title the last two years with main rivals Cody Webb and Colton Haaker – this season he just has to overcome Bolt.
Budapest also see the championship switch back across to Taddy’s side of Europe again, along with the finale is in Poland, so with his big fanbase cheering on him he’ll be eager to take his second overall win in 2020.
After a slow start of the season where he showed he had the speed to be at the top but failed to put races together, Jonny Walker is coming into his best indoor form after taking second in Spain.
Now with just two GPs remaining and sitting third in the points it’s time for the Brit to go a gear up and claim that win he’s been chasing, which would also make a big comeback after his season-ending injury in 2018.
All about Hentschel and Cullins in the Juniors
After a disastrous night in Spain which saw Ty Cullins finishing eighth the American will look to turn the tables around this weekend and claim back the series’ lead from Leon Hentschel – just five points separate the duo.
Don’t count Teodor Kabachiev out either. The Bulgarian has overall and heat wins to his name and sits third in the standings, 13 points down on Hentschel.
Budapest (Capital of Hungary)
Saturday 1 February from 16:00 (Doors Open)
Live TV: enduro-tv.com from 18:00 CET (subscription required)
Schedule: Superpole followed by three races for Prestige and Juniors, plus 2 races for the European Cup
Tickets: from 40€
Full results live on Enduro21 on the night.
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