How one racing event can shake up everything…
Early February, the racing world laid its eyes on the Papp Laszlo Sportarena in Budapest. For the very first time of the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship, FIM SuperEnduro headed over to Hungary. The results: great action, goosebumps and a Junior World Champion (and not just someone…)!
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||For the very first time of the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship, FIM SuperEnduro headed over to Hungary.
||It was the fourth round of an exciting season, followed by FIM SuperEnduro Euskadi as the grand finale, which was postponed to April 6, 2019.
||The amount of people welcomed at the Papp Laszlo Sportarena in Budapest. Undoubtedly, they had an amazing experience!
||The FIM SuperEnduro World Championship round in Hungary organized a total of 6 races, 2 European Championship races and a kids race, for a total of 9 races. All of them with full suspense.
||Unexpectedly, each Prestige race was won by a different rider: Haaker, Webb, and Blazusiak who eventually took overall victory.
||William Hoare, official Champion Hero who races under the Champion colors since Budapest, achieved 227 total Championship points, making him clinchthe World Championship title one whole Grand Prix before the end of the season.
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