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European SuperEnduro at Cracow (Poland)

By |2016-12-12T14:49:16+00:00December 12th, 2016|Categories: ENDURO NEWS|

The European SuperEnduro was held in the context of the Maxxis World Championship at Cracow (Poland). In the FIM Europe class, Mike Hartmann (Husqvarna, in the photo) got his title defence off to a winning start with the overall victory. Placing second in race one to Thomas Hostinsky (SVK-Husqvarna) and then taking victory in the second and final race gave him the top step of the podium. Despite a race one win, third in race two dropped Hostinsky back to second overall on the night. With a 4-2 scorecard, Marcel Teucher(D-KTM) completed the top three.

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