2020 SuperEnduro Championship Results

Cycle News Staff | March 23, 2020

Billy Bolt stands at the top of the final 2020 SuperEnduro championship results. Last weekend, the final round of the 2020 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship was canceled, and the organizers were hopeful another date could be found as a make-up, but the FIM and the promoters found it impossible to do so, bringing a premature end to the 2020 FIM SuperEnduro Championship. As a result, the championship standings after the previous race held in Budapest on February 1, will stand as the final points standings for the championship, with Great Britain’s Bolt, of the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Team, taking the 2020 FIM SuperEnduro number-one plate.

2020 SuperEnduro championship results Billy Bolt Podium
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna’s Billy Bolt had a strong season, taking three of the overall at three of the four rounds. This was a great comeback for Bolt, who missed the 2019 season due to a serious lower leg injury.

Bolt, who won three of the four rounds, officially finished out the championship with 227 points, followed by Red Bull KTM’s Taddy Blazusiak with 209 points and Jonny Walker with 192 points.

2020 SuperEnduro Championship Results – Prestige Class

1 Billy BOLT 227 Hus
3 Jonny WALKER 192 KTM
4 Alfredo GOMEZ 161 Hus
5 Blake GUTZEIT 112 Hus
6 Pol TARRES 107 Hus
7 William HOARE 82 KTM
8 Kevin GALLAS 79 Hus
9 Tim APOLLE 73 Shr
10 Emil JUSZCZAK 63 Bet

In the Junior class, Bulgarian Teodor Kabakchiev (KTM) took the championship over Denmark’s Leon Henchell (KTM) with American Ty Cullins (TM) finishing third.

You can find the final 2020 SuperEnduro Championship results here.

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