It’s time for SuperEnduro! And Taddy Blazusiak is psyched up and ready for round one – his home race in Poland this Saturday, December 4. Riding his GASGAS EC 350F, Taddy will be aiming to claim his seventh world title in the class and cement his position as the discipline’s most successful rider.
- Taddy Blazusiak to take on 2022 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship
- Polish star to ride 4-stroke EC 350F in the series
- Five round championship starts with Taddy’s home race in Poland
Taddy Blazusiak: “I’m excited for SuperEnduro, for sure! I’m feeling good and strong, and we have done a lot of testing on the bike and have really dialed it in for the indoors. I’m super happy with the package we’ve got. My shoulder is good, training has been going well, and I feel really good in myself for the opening round this weekend. I can’t wait to start a new championship, and of course, I’m going to give it everything I have. My goal is to put the GASGAS on the box and fight for every win. Starting the championship back home in Poland is also great, I’m looking forward to racing there again and enjoying the support from the fans, they’re awesome!”
Who better to have representing GASGAS in the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship than Taddy Blazusiak! The man is a legend of the sport with six FIM world titles to his name, as well as five AMA Endurocross championships. In a 2021 season dogged by injury, Taddy was able to claim a top-10 result in the hotly contested Hard Enduro World Championship, and now, feeling strong and well prepared, he’s switched his focus to the indoors.
The 2022 championship starts this coming weekend, Saturday, December 4 in Poland. Four rounds then follow, with the series visiting Israel in January, Hungary in February, and then Germany for back-to-back race days in March. Each round will follow the tried and tested formula of three heats to decide the overall event winner… Go Taddy!