Let’s take a look back at the 2019 season finale, which will go down in the SuperEnduro history books after last minute twists in the tale!
It’s all revealed in this final “Arena Buzz” of the season…
At this grand finale of the Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship in Bilbao, we had the honour of welcoming the new FIM President, Mr. Jorge VIEGAS.
Mr. VIEGAS presented the new Prestige World Champion, Colton HAAKER (USA – Husqvarna), and the Junior World Champion, William HOARE (GB – KTM), with their FIM medals. The President of the FIM was also interviewed by our TV host Dave MOORE during the live coverage of the event.
“A Completely Crazy Finale!” verder lezen
The spectacular 2019 season finale also brought the spectators another exciting battle in the Super Pole powered by Akrapovic at the Bizkaia Arena in Bilbao. And as in Budapest (Hungary), no-one could touch the time set by Cody WEBB (USA – KTM)…
With a time of 40”808, WEBB took his third victory of the season in the Akrapovic Super Pole, racking up the most wins also meant he was awarded with a cheque worth 1,500€ from the Slovenian exhaust manufacturer for the second time in his career, having previously won this crown in 2016.
“WEBB Wins the 6th Edition of the Akrapovic Super Pole!” verder lezen
The 2019 season of the Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship came to an dramatic end on Saturday at the Bizkaia Arena in Bilbao with an intense night of racing… The 24MX Prestige Leader, Colton HAAKER (USA – Husqvarna) finished the job despite suspense until the very end…
24MX Leader since Round 3 in Madrid, Colton HAAKER landed in Bilbao with a 12 point lead on Cody WEBB (USA – KTM) and 27 points on Taddy BLAZUSIAK (PL – KTM). The Californian pocketed a race win and two third places, and with some help from his teammate, Alfredo GOMEZ (E – Husqvarna), he was able to cling onto the title and become the 2019 World Prestige Champion! In the final classification, WEBB finished second – 4 points behind his great rival. While BLAZUSIAK, who had to say goodbye to his hopes of this year’s crown, consolidated his 3rd place!
“HAAKER Champion!” verder lezen
Coming into the season finale in the Bizkaia Arena, Bilbao, there were three riders all mathematically capable of becoming Maxxis FIM World SuperEnduro Champion. The show lived up to all expectations, and rewarded fans with thrilling drama from start to finish.
And whilst the Prestige category offered us a superb grand finale, the European Cup and the Junior class also provided plenty of action to really top off this Euskadi GP.
California’s Colton HAAKER (USA-Husqvarna) took the 3rd World Champion title of his career, although the factory Husqvarna rider had to wait for the last race until he could grab the title which he felt belonged to him.
“Colton HAAKER, World Champion, Battered and Bruised!” verder lezen