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…

Bastien BLANCHARD, CEO of ABC Communication: “Poland is the oldest date on the SuperEnduro calendar and we have been working with Sport Up for three years now, with each round being a great success. Tomasz GAGAT and his agency brought another dimension to this ever exciting destination. Extending our collaboration for three more seasons just made sense. We’re already looking forward to returning to the Tauron Arena where the atmosphere was incredible again this year, certainly one of the most intense in SuperEnduro.”

Tomasz GAGAT, CEO of Sport Up : « Sport UP Agency is an organizer of many sports events in Poland. In recent years we have had a great pleasure to create Poland’s only 3-day Hard Enduro rally “Beskid HERO”, Freestyle Motocross World Championship – Night of The Jumps round, Downhill European Championship round and SuperEnduro World Championship round. The last one is our key event. It’s the most important element of our hard work. In this demanding discipline we have a great local hero – Taddy BLAZUSIAK, a huge star, living legend, who can electrify the polish crowd like no one else can. To sum up, we are glad and very proud that for the next two years Poland will be the host of Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship and we are sure that our cooperation with Bastien and Alain BLANCHARD will keep up the great work in delivering world class events. »

ABC Communication, promoter of the Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship, and Sport Up have just extended their contract for an additional three seasons… great news for the discipline which is hugely successful in this Eastern European country!