Full results feed from round four of the 2020 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship in Budapest, Hungary. Bolt takes comfortable championship lead with overall GP win.
SuperEnduro round four, Hungary GP in a nutshell:
- After a narrow P2 in SuperPole Jonny Walker took a solid race one win. Taddy Blasuziak was second despite the best efforts of Billy Bolt to get the better of him. Third at the flag, Bolt was fast but a string of mistakes rattled the championship leader early in the night.
- Bolt was on his A-game for moto two and sailed through the pack from the second row, reverse grid start to take the race lead early and hold it for a comfortable win from Walker.
- Comfortable was the word for Bolt in moto three as he controlled early pressure from Walker and Blazusiak to stretch a gap and seal the win. The overall GP win in Hungary now sees Billy 16 points clear in the championship with one round remaining.
- Despite his best efforts on a night when he looked a potential event winner, Jonny Walker came home in P2 overall but the British rider continues to get stronger as the championship unfolds.
- As for championship challenger Taddy Blazusiak, tonight was not his night with 2-3-4 scorecard – his own mistakes with the track and bike set-up were the issue explained the Polish legend after the race.
- Leon Hentschel led for the early laps in Junior class moto one but a mistake in the matrix cost him and the pursuing Ty Cullins dearly. Theo Kabakchiev was more than happy to take up the lead which he held to the flag. The reverse grid start for moto two made little difference to Kabachiev who was in the lead by the end of lap one and again never looked back for the win.
- The battle in race three between Junior title rivals, Hentschel and Kabakchiev, was the contest of the night. The pair swapped the lead multiple times before Hentschel took a dive in the rock garden, handing the consistent Kabakchiev his third moto win. The overall win gives Bulgarian Kabakchiev the lead in the Junior World Championship by two points.
- In the European class the Hungarian crowd were right behind home hero Norbert Zsigovits who surely got the biggest cheers on the night in taking moto one. Two runners-up places however cemented the overall win for Sonny Goggia who now moves within three points of Magnus Thor in the European title race.
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Prestige championship positions after round 4:
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