News 16 Dec 2013

Sherco's Knight wins Polish SuperEnduro round

Blazusiak retains world championship lead with second overall.



Sherco’s David Knight won round two of the FIM Maxxis SuperEnduro World Championship in Poland on Sunday.

Knight secured the overall win in the Atlas Arena, winning final number one before fighting through the field for sixth in the reverse grid second final.

A second place finish in the third final clinched the round victory for Knight – his first of the 2013/2014 season.

Series leader KTM’s Taddy Blazusiak was runner-up to Knight in Poland, finishing fourth in final one, eighth in final two and winning final three.

Completing the podium for the second round of the season was Spanish Husaberg rider Dani Gibert, who won the second final of the evening.

Blazusiak maintains a 13-point lead over Knight in the championship following two rounds.

The SuperEnduro World Championship will resume in Brazil on 18 January.

2013/2014 Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship
Round two – Poland

Prestige final one results:
1. David Knight
2. Mathias Bellino
3. Daniel McCanney
4. Taddy Blazusiak
5. Dani Gibert
6. Ivan Cervantes
7. Alfredo Gomez
8. Jonny Walker
9. Joakim Ljunggren
10. Andreas Lettebichler

Prestige final two results:
1. Dani Gibert
2. Alfredo Gomez
3. Kornel Nemeth
4. Joakim Ljunggren
5. Jonny Walker
6. David Knight
7. Daniel McCanney
8. Taddy Blazusiak
9. Kevin Rookstool
10. Kyle Redmond

Prestige final three results:
1. Taddy Blazusiak
2. David Knight
3. Jonny Walker
4. Bellino Mathias
5. Alfredo Gomez
6. Joakim Ljunggren
7. Daniel McCanney
8. Dani Gibert
9. Andreas Lettenbichler
10. Ivan Cervantes

Prestige championship standings (after two of six rounds):
1. Taddy Blazusiak 107
2. David Knight 93
3. Dani Gibert 80
4. Alfredo Gomez 74
5. Jonny Walker 68
6. Joakim Ljunggren 61
7. Daniel McCanney 53
8. Mathias Bellino 40
9. Kyle Redmond 38
10. Cody Webb 35