SuperEnduro GP of Hungary

Be a part of this super race in 2020!


For the second time, the Hungarian Round of SuperEnduro GP will be held at the Papp László SportArena. After the fantastic debut of 2019, on February 1, 2020, SuperEnduro will once again be home to the fame of the world's best room buddies! The organizers are making several "big rolls" for the visiting fans who will not be disappointed if they choose the Arena this winter evening. The spectacular battles of the 2019 season were fought over by Colton Haaker, Cody Webb, Taddy Blazusiak, and an illustrated trio of world stars like Billy Bolt, Johny Walker, Manuel Lettenbichler and many more! We should not forget the Hungarian starters in the Junior category, Norbert Józsa and Norber Zsigovits, who have already attracted the attention of the international sports industry several times with their performances. We hope that by 2020 the interest of Hungarian riders will become even stronger, many of them talented runners will knock on the gate of the elite field. Even the smallest absolute audience of our favorite racers will show themselves again and see how much they have improved over the past year!

 

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Budapest Arena

The predecessor of the Sport Arena, the Budapest Sports Hall designed by István Kiss, was inaugurated on February 12, 1982. The building was modeled on the Leninrgad Jubilee Sports Palace, although it was slightly larger. It received 12,500 spectators. In December 1999, the Budapest Sports Hall became a fixture during the Christmas market. The disaster shocked the public as the BS was the only indoor building that could accommodate thousands of people, hosting many music concerts, cultural events, and sports events. The building was completely burnt down and there was no possibility of its restoration, so a new sports hall was begun and its construction began on June 30, 2001. The ceremony was handed over on March 13, 2003.


The opening ceremony took place on March 14 and ended with a gigantic classical music concert. The Budapest Sportarena has been named after László Papp since May 28, 2004.

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