2019 German Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro Results

Cycle News Staff | January 5, 2019
Cody Webb (Red Bull KTM) won round two of the Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship in Riesa, Germany, January 5, and heads home to California at the top of the Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship point standings.
Webb was untouchable in races one and two, winning with relative ease in both. He concluded a perfect weekend by taking third place in the last race, a relaxed move which allowed him to romp home with the overall win on the night.
Webb’s teammate Taddy Blazusiak, the opening-round winner in Poland, was second overall with 2-3-1 results, while American Colton Haaker (Rockstar Energy Husqvarna) was third overall with steady 2-2-2 results.
German SuperEnduro 2019
(Left to right) Taddy Blazusiak, winner Cody Webb and Colton Haaker on the podium in Germany.

RESULTS

Maxxis FIM SuperEnduro World Championship

Reisa, Germany

Round 2

Results: January 5, 2019

Prestige Class:

Heat 1 : 1. Cody Webb ; 2. Taddy Blazusiak ; 3. Colton Haaker ; 4. Kevin Gallas ; 5. Cristobal Guerrero; 6. Pol Tarres ; 7. David Leonov ; 8. Jose Maria Juan Bernabeu ; 9. Xavi Leon Sole ; 10. Diogo Vieira

Heat 2 : 1. Cody Webb ; 2. Colton Haaker ; 3. Taddy Blazusiak ; 4. Cristobal Guerrero ; 5. Pol Tarres ; 6. Blake Gutzeit ; 7. Kevin Gallas ; 8. Emil Juszczak; 9. Xavi Leon Sole ; 10. Diogo Vieira

Heat 3: 1. Taddy Blazusiak ; 2. Colton Haaker ; 3. Cody Webb ; 4. Pol Tarres ; 5. Cristobal Guerrero ; 6. Kevin Gallas ; 7. Emil Juszczak ; 8. Blake Gutzeit ; 9. Diogo Vieira ; 10. Xavi Leon Sole

Provisional Standing : 1. Cody Webb 109pts ; 2. Taddy Blazusiak 107pts ; 3. Colton Haaker 101pts ; 4. Kevin Gallas 58pts ; 5. Pol Tarres 56pts. 6. Alfredo Gomez 46pts ; 7. Diogo Vieira 43pts ; 8. Blake Gutzeit 41pts ; 9. Cristobal Guerrero 35pts ; 10. Xavi Leon Sole 31pts.

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