Following on from the success of the opening round of the 2012 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship in Genoa the series now arrives in Poland, marking the final event to be held in 2011. Located in the heart of central Poland, the modern Atlas Arena stadium situated in the industrial city of Lodz awaits the riders with a course fit to challenge the world's best indoor enduro riders. Rock mountains and log jumps coupled with water splashes will ensure another evening of exciting racing.
Poland's Taddy Blazusiak - KTM will lead the charge of riders as he prepares to match his dominant round one results. By winning each of the three SuperEnduro finals in Genoa Blazusiak established himself as the strong favourite for the title. With home crowd support behind him there is every reason to believe that Taddy will continue his winning ways, but does the man himself think this wining streak will continue?
"The Polish round of the championship is one that I've been looking forward to for a long time," commented Taddy. "I've been racing indoor enduro for a while now, but this is my first opportunity to race in front of my home crowd. For sure it will add extra pressure to perform, but I will do my best to ride as fast as I can and hopefully that will be enough to win again."