We'll kick things off this week with news from overseas where Taddy Blazusiak won the second round of the FIM Indoor Enduro World Championships in Barcelona, Spain. Not really a big surprise since he's been a dominating figure in extreme racing for a few years now. The really big news, however, is that David Knight finished second while riding a prototype 350 EXC-F (Euro version of the XC-F). Knighter rode the big 530 in World Enduro last year, en route to the E3 title, but KTM is making a big push to promote the 350 and who better than DK to get the job done. After the race, Knight noted that "it was clear has great potential, even though I couldn't get it to my liking." By the way, Knight set the fastest time in qualifying before the race.Right now the little 350 seems to be struggling somewhat on the AMA Supercross circuit, racing against the bigger 450s, so it'll be interesting to see how it performs in east coast off-road events like GNCC and National Enduro, which should the prefect fit for this bike. So far, KTM's factory WORCS riders, Kurt Caselli and Mike Brown, have elected to ride the 450, however, the factory KTM "east" guys, Cory Buttrick, Charlie Mullins, and Kailub Russell, are slated to ride the 350 in GNCC and national enduro. On the other hand, Nate Kanney will be riding the 450 for a privateer team in GNCC competition and Russell Bobbitt will ride the 250 two-stroke in national enduros.