Tadeusz Błażusiak (GasGas) finished ninth in the final classification of the FIM World Hard Enduro Championships. The title went to Britain’s Billy Bolt (Husqvarna). Manuel Littenbechler (KTM) won the last World Cup elimination in Germany on Saturday.
Despite the win, the German was not satisfied on Saturday, as he was hoping for a victory in the final classification. In the end he earned the same number of points (104) as the Briton, but won fewer eliminations over the course of the season.
“Taddy” did not enter the competition at his full disposal. He has a problem in his right shoulder that requires surgery. However, due to the planned start of the winter season (the SuperEnduro World Championship cycle), the competitor recovered only slightly. On Saturday he didn’t make it to the finish line, but he made it across a large part of the road that was ranked (14th). This play was unsuccessful for the second of the novice Poles – Dominik Olszowy.
Lettenbichler triumphed in the tough Enduro World Cup in 2019. Last year, due to the pandemic, the best player was not selected.
The World Cup calendar for next season has been announced. The first event will take place in Israel at the beginning of April 2022. Like this year, one elimination will take place in Poland (in September).
Klasyfikacja końcowa MŚ w hard enduro: 1. Billy Bolt (Wielka Brytania, Husqvarna) - 104 pkt 2. Manuel Lettenbichler (Niemcy, KTM) 104 3. Wade Young (RPA, Sherco) 83 ... 9. Tadeusz Błażusiak (Polska, GasGas) 29 10. Dominik Olszowy (Polska, KTM) 24.
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