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Dubai-based American Tonya Colson is flying the female flag at this weekend’s Qatar International Baja, which starts from the Sealine Beach Resort, near Mesaieed, on Friday afternoon.
Colson is the only female participant in this year’s Qatar International Baja and will ride a KTM 450 EXC in the 450cc motorcycle class. A freelance photographer, who originally hails from Hood River in Oregon and who studied at Oregon State University, Colson will be competing in a motor sport event in Qatar for the first time and arrived in Doha this morning.
She will form part of a four-bike Sandstorm team from the United Arab Emirates, alongside the promising British rider Sam Sunderland, Emirati Khalid Al-Falasi and Australia’s Justin Taylor.
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The opening round of the 2012 FIM SuperEnduro Championship held in the Palasport Fiera, Genoa, Italy witnessed the perfect to start the series for KTM's specialist enduro star Taddy Blazusiak. Pre-race favourite, Taddy dominated the event taking victory in each of the three SuperEnduro finals. After a steady opening race Husaberg's Joakim Ljunggren improved during the course of the evening to secure second overall, followed closely by KTM's Cristobal Guerrero who took third.
Recording the fastest time in qualification, Blazusiak was quick out of the starting gates and grabbed the holeshot in the opening SuperEnduro final. As he quickly set about distancing himself from the rest of the field, an exciting race for the remaining podium positions developed behind him. Ljunggren, who topped the opening final twelve months ago in Genoa, struggled to recover from a poor start while Xavier Galindo - Husaberg initially held second. Under pressure Gallindo fell back into third as Guerrero began to work his way forward. By mid distance Britain's Jonny Walker - KTM had charged his way from outside the top ten to challenge Gallindo for third. Finding his way past in the log section, Walker closed the gap to Guerrero and with less than a lap to go had passed the Spaniard, but lost the runner-up position just metres from the chequered flag.
With the start order reversed for the second SuperEnduro final, Blazusiak again claimed the holeshot, although this time from the far outside gate. Quickly stretching his lead to over six seconds, the Polish rider held his advantage to enjoy another start-to-finish victory. Behind him home favourite Alex Salvini – Husqvarna recovered quickly from a poor start to record his best result of the night as he snatched second position away from Ljunggren in the dying moments of the race. With Ljunggren making a mistake in the water splash section it was all that was needed for Salvini to find a way past for second, much to the delight of the Italian crowd. With two convincing wins to his credit Blazusiak began the night’s third final in exactly the same way he started all others – by claiming a convincing holeshot and quickly establishing himself as the rider to beat. Instantly opening up a commanding lead Taddy put the finishing touches to a perfect night and having made no mistakes claimed a well-deserved third final win to end the opening round of the 2012 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship with a perfect score of sixty points.
Swede Joakim Ljunggren claimed his best result of the night to place as runner-up behind Blazusiak, claiming the same position in the event’s overall results. Third went to Xavi Gallindo, who like Ljunggren claimed his best result of the three finals. Third overall went to Spaniard Cristobal Guerrero, who placed one-point ahead of countryman Xavi Gallindo. The 2012 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship now moves on to Poland, where round two takes place in Lodz on Saturday 10th December.
While Taddy Blazusiak's three convincing victories at the opening round of the 2012 FIM SuperEnduro World Championship were anything but unexpected, and with many predicting a strong showing from overall runner-up Joakim Ljunggren, the surprise of the evening was Spanish rider Cristobal Guerrero who took third spot.
Getting his night of to a sensational start the KTM factory rider placed second behind Blazusiak, making his intentions of a strong end-of-night overall result clear. But just when things were looking good for Cristobal a somewhat disappointing sixth in the second final meant that an overall podium position was anything but guaranteed.
"I'm so happy to come away with third overall today," confirmed a delighted Cristobal. "I didn't have a lot of time to prepare for this event so I wasn't sure what to expect. Having raced the KTM 350 EXC all year this was the first time that I rode the KTM 250 EXC and it took a while to adjust riding to a two-stroke again. My first race was fantastic and I had a great battle for second with Jonny Walker. We swapped places many times, but I was able to finish second right at the end of the race. I've loved racing the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship and I'm excited now to go and race in Poland."
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