Haaker, superenduro world champion in Barakaldo

He finished second in the Euskadi Grand Prix, which was the fifth and final scoring round for the World Championship. Good atmosphere in the Bizkaia Arena of BEC Barakaldo.


The American Colton Haaker (Husqvarna) was proclaimed superenduro world champion after finishing in second place in the Euskadi Grand Prix, which reached its third edition and was the fifth and final scoring round for the World Championship. The Bizkaia Arena of the BEC Barakaldo (Bizkaia) was transformed for an appointment of enormous magnitude.

Haaker achieved his third title, after the achieved in 2016 and 2017, after an exciting mano by hand with his compatriot Coddy Webb (KTM) . current champion came to the appointment in Vizcaya twelve points behind in the classification and was about to turn around the general. Webb prevailed in the 'superpole' and in the first heat, in which Haaker was second and third, respectively, reducing the disadvantage to only six points with two races still ahead.

In the third he won Haaker ahead of Webb and in the third and final the KTM pilot repeated victory forcing Haaker to squeeze for, in a spectacular final in which the Californian fell with his motorcycle as soon as he crossed the finish line, reaching a third position that gave him the title.



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