Poland on the SuperEnduro Calendar Until 2021!

A few weeks before the start of the season, ABC Communication and Sport Up Agency signed a 3-year contract which guarantees a Polish round until 2021!

This decision was supported by the great success of the Grand Prix at the Tauron Arena in Krakow this year. Where the local promoter, Tomasz GAGAT (Sport Up), beat his own spectator record from 2017 by welcoming nearly 13,500 fans to kick off the 2019 season in Taddy BLAZUSIAK (PL – KTM)’s home land…

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WEBB Went For It!

For the sixth year in a row, the Super Pole powered by Akrapovic resumed last Saturday in Poland. Who will succeed Jonny WALKER (GB) in 2019 and take Super Pole glory along with a 1,500€ cheque from the Slovenian firm?

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TM Factory Takes Loïc LARRIEU & Danny MCCANNEY!

That’s it! The transfer market in EnduroGP is well and truly underway! After the announcement that Matteo CAVALLO (I) moves to Sherco last week, TM Factory has just revealed its line-up for the 2019 season… And this one is very intriguing!

While the focus was on young people in 2018 with the signing of Andrea VERONA (I) and Davide SORECA (I) to support the experienced Eero REMES (SF), Luca CHERUBINI, TM Factory team manager, changed his mind completely for 2019 by signing two established names: Loïc LARRIEU (F) and Danny MCCANNEY (GB)!

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BLAZUSIAK & HOARE, 24MX Leaders from the Off!

The FIM Maxxis SuperEnduro World Championship returned to action with a night of exciting racing last Saturday in the sold-out Tauron Arena in Krakow…

As has been the case for the last two seasons, the 13,500 spectators got to see their hero Taddy BLAZUSIAK (PL – KTM) leave with the 24MX Leader Plate in Prestige. The “Polish Nightmare” left nothing to chance in the first two races as he took two dominant wins, but a crash right at the start of the last race forced him to fight through for a fantastic recovery and 4th place. This gave BLAZUSIAK the overall win on the night and he therefore left Krakow as provisional leader of the Prestige class. The Factory KTM rider is 2 points ahead of his teammate Cody WEBB (USA – KTM) and 5 ahead of Colton HAAKER (USA – Husqvarna).

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