FIM SuperEnduro - Germany - Round 4-5
Billy Bolt clinches the 2022 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship title at penultimate round of the series in Germany. Having secured the world title last night at the same venue, Bolt’s victory ensured a clean sweep of podium results across the five rounds.
Billy Bolt: “It’s pretty much been the perfect season and to cap things off with a clean sweep here in Riesa is brilliant. I’ve really enjoyed things this weekend. Winning the title last night left me pretty relaxed coming into today and I felt like that showed in my riding and I delivered one of my best performances of the season. To win all but one race this year is pretty special too. It’s been an amazing championship, which has gone so well from the start. The races in Hungary weren’t easy, and I’m a little frustrated that I got beaten in that first heat there, which is my only loss all year. From my team, family, friends, and everyone around me that supports me, I can’t thank them enough. I’ll try to let this moment sink in as champion and then look to getting focused and back on the 2-stroke for Hard Enduro next month.”
2022 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship | Round #04 and #05 Rieza
P01 | Billy Bolt (Husqvarna)