KTM factory rider Taddy Blazusiak continued his golden run on Sunday night to win the third and last SuperEnduro event of the FIM World Championship season 2011-2012 in Barcelona, Spain, to again clean sweep both the event and the series.
In another staggering display of excellence Taddy won on the night and outright in the series to add another impressive piece of silverware to his collection. Already the reigning champion, Taddy also won the first ever X-Games Gold medal in 2011, every race in the US EnduroCross competition and his fifth Erzberg Red Bull Hare Scramble, the event that originally vaulted him into the limelight and won him a KTM factory ride.
In SuperEnduro, Taddy was also untouchable in the first round in Genoa, Italy, and put on a triumphant performance in the second round at home in Poland. It was the third season in a row for Taddy to take the FIM Indoor title. “He was just amazing,” said KTM’s team boss Alex Doringer. “Everything he did was perfect. He had great starts and rode faultless races all night long. For sure he’s in a class of his own.”
Indoor Enduro, as the event was originally called, is contested in an arena and riders have to negotiate a number of daunting obstacles. It is proving to be the perfect solution to bring world class Enduro competition into the city and giving the public a close up and personal look at the world’s leading talent. The sport in the classic sense is usually held in the open countryside over laps of around 70 km.
Results Round Three in Barcelona
Final SuperEnduro Championship Standings
SuperEnduro podium 2012: Jonny Walker (UK), Taddy Blazusiak (PL), Joakim Ljunggren (S)
Blazusiak’s mechanic, Taddy and KTM Team Manager Alex Doringer
Taddy Blazusiak: in a class of his own on his KTM 350 EXC-F this season at the indoor events!
Emerging KTM talent Jonny Walker second overall on the KTM 250 EXC in his first indoor season.
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