Taddy Blazusiak has extended his FIM SuperEnduro lead after taking his second victory from two. He finished ahead of the British duo of Manxman David Knight and extreme enduro star Johnny Walker. The second round victory now gives the Pole a thirteen point lead in the indoor series.
In front of a German crowd some 10,000 strong; he took an easy victory in the first final of the night despite a crash over the logs, having enough of a lead to let him away with it. Knighter benefitted from the reverse start grid of race two, however, and was able to pull clear to take the win in style.
In the third and final race, it was again Blazusiak who took the lead, but a second crash of the night let teammate Walker through to become the third winner of the night, with the Pole coming in in second. Knight completed the podium.
Speaking after the final race, 36 year old Knight was quick to hit out at his critics after taking the second overall place thanks to his race two win.
“There was no chance I was going to let that go once I got away! I had a few close ones, but I was able to get out in front and use my head. Not bad for a washed up, finished rider, and hopefully it’ll shut up a few people!”