Once again, KTM’s Taddy Blazusiak was unstoppable in the FIM SuperEnduro Championship, the former FIM World Indoor Enduro.
The Poland native took his home SuperEnduro round in Lodz, Poland, this weekend, winning all three finals. With his Round-2 win in Poland, Blazusiak adds to his perfect season so far – in Round 1 at Genoa, Taddy also won all three finals for a flawless score.
Joining Blazusiak on the Lodz SuperEnduro podium was Britian’s Jonny Walker (KTM) and Sweden’s Joakim Ljunggren (Husabert).
KTM says: "Taddy, long considered the man to beat over the on the tricky indoor Enduro obstacle courses has shown that he is a master of the track and of the KTM 350 EXC bike that has brought him so much success in 2011.
"It was particularly thrilling for him to take the victory in Lodz, the first time he has had the opportunity to show Polish fans his skills on the track. Around 11,000 were on hand in the Atlas Arena to support Taddy at the event as he again won all three of his races to dominate the second round."
Blazusiak won the 2010-2011 FIM Indoor Enduro World Championship, and became the first-ever gold medalists in Extreme Enduro at the X-Games. He then won every round of the USA’s EnduroCross competition.
The 2011-2012 FIM SuperEnduro Championship will break now for eight weeks before the final round in Barcelona, Spain, Feb. 5.
2011-2012 FIM SuperEnduro: Lodz, Poland, Results:
1. Taddy Blazusiak, Poland KTM
2. Johnny Walker, U.K. KTM
3. Joakim Ljunggren, Sweden Husaberg