It’s not like we didn’t know Taddy was back in it to win it in 2018 though. He started the SuperEnduro World Championship with an impressive win in Krakow, Poland.
But if you ever doubted the commitment and attitude would start to fade with age then the Spanish round of the 2018 championship blew away that soft-headed idea.
Malaga last weekend saw some epic battles all across the night’s racing. The protagonist in the Prestige class though was Blazusiak, sparring with Walker, Bolt and Webb with his typical commitment to win.
“It seems like everyone had some kind of issue during the three finals. It was a crazy ride. I really enjoyed the first final – I had a great battle with Jonny and Cody. The three of us gave it everything and it was 11 hard but clean laps from all of us. That’s exactly what I love about SuperEnduro racing.” Said Taddy.
“When I crashed in the second race I was focused on getting into the lead. I went a little offline on one of the jumps. It kicked me over the bars and I was so, so close to a huge get off. I went off the track and crashed into the stands. It happened so fast. I was lucky.