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Alfredo Gómez And Dominik Olszowy Superenduro World Championship


Following the second round of the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship at the Tauron Arena in Krakow, Rieju Factory’s Dominik Olszowy and Alfredo Gómez demonstrated their prowess in the challenging competition.

In the provisional overall standings, Dominik Olszowy secured the fifth position with 67 points, while teammate Alfredo Gómez claimed the sixth spot with 63 points. In the Manufacturers’ World Championship classification, Rieju currently holds the third position with 129 points.

During the Polish race, the track presented a more technical challenge compared to the previous round. Alfredo Gómez faced difficulties in qualifying, starting from the second row and finishing eighth in the first final due to traffic. In the second final, he fought hard and secured sixth place after initially holding the second position. The last final saw Gómez starting from the second row again, and despite challenging overtakes, he persevered to claim the fifth position.

Dominik Olszowy, supported by his fans, showcased a strong performance. In the Superpole, he set the fourth fastest time, and in the first final, Olszowy battled to finish in fifth place. The second final saw him overcoming the challenges of starting from the second row, securing a commendable fourth position. Despite a strong start in the last final, Olszowy unfortunately suffered a crash, dropping to eighth position.

After the second round, both riders expressed their thoughts on their performances. Alfredo Gómez acknowledged the need for improvement but remained optimistic, emphasizing the ongoing evolution of the bike for SuperEnduro. Dominik Olszowy focused on the positives despite the crash, highlighting the team’s impressive work with the bike.

Looking ahead, the next round is scheduled for January 6 in Riesa, Germany. The standings from the Prestige GP Poland featured Billy Bolt in the lead with 60 points, followed by Jonny Walker and Will Hoare. In the provisional 2024 Championship standings, Billy Bolt continues to lead, with Jonny Walker and Will Hoare in second and third, respectively. The Manufacturers’ standings for 2024 show Beta in the lead, followed by Husqvarna and Rieju in third place.


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