It was a great weekend for Sidi, thanks to the victory of Billy Bolt on the Hungarian circuit of the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship. The second round of the championship saw the Husqvarna Factory Racing rider take the SuperPole and two out of three heat wins. 


Already in Race 1, Billy proved to be the strongest rider by finishing second after a small setback in the last three minutes of the race but it was in the second race that, eager to make up for it, the British rider took the lead almost immediately and held it until the finish line. Dominating the third heat as well, Bolt won by over 10 seconds, consolidating his leadership of the championship, with 35 points on the second and three races still to run. 

Sidi’s evening ended in the best possible way with Taddy Błażusiak, 2nd at fifty points and 3rd on the championship podium, and Colton Haaker, Bolt's teammate, 4th at the end of the race day and 2nd in the overall standings.

It definitely was a good start to a race that the riders said was particularly challenging.