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Last weekend the third round of the Superenduro World Championship was held in Budapest, Hungary.

Jonny Walker started the race in the best possible way, with a second place in the Superpole, and had a very good pace for the entire race.

In the first round, Jonny finished second, just behind the leader, after leading the race for a few laps and fighting for the top step of the podium on several occasions.

The second heat, which involved starting in reverse order, saw Jonny, along with his tougher rivals, start from the back of the grid, which made life much more complicated for the British rider, who finished in third position after a great comeback and an unfortunate mid-course crash.

Aware of his excellent race pace, Jonny finally got off to a very good start in the third heat, where, after taking the Holeshot, he led the competition for much of the race. Walker was finally caught up by his pursuer and finished in second position.

The results of the three heats P2-3-2 gave Jonny the second Overall position of the day and confirmed the British rider and his Beta RR 300 2T in second position in the Championship.

Walker was very happy with his performance, especially considering the fact that he was forced to take a short break from training after a slight injury that forced him to take a few days off. The focus now is on Israel on 02 March, a much-awaited appointment for the driver, as well as the penultimate race of the Championship.