David Knight put the disappointment of failing to finish the Red Bull Last Man Standing event behind him by winning the second round of the FIM Indoor Enduro World Cup in Munich yesterday.
After two wins and a runners-up result at the championship's opening round in Barcelona two weeks ago, the Ballaugh rider claimed the exact same result in Germany to extend his lead in the championship standings.
His team-mate Taddy Blazusiak was second and Finn Mika Ahola third.
Just one week after breathing problems saw him retire from the LMS meet, Knighter claimed the fastest time during yesterday's qualifying sessions and never looked back.
He was victorious in the first two races before easing up in the third and coming home behind team-mate Blazusiak.
At the end Knighter (pictured) said it was important for him to try and win the Indoor Enduro World Cup.
He is not sure if he will be able to do all the rounds next year so he says to win this championship, as well as having won the Endurocross series, would be great.