The UIM MotoSurf World Championship opened its 2023 campaign in the German Capital Berlin.

here Former olympic venue of Regattastrecke Grunau together with ADAC Berlin Brandenburg welcome 102racers representing 20 countries from all around the world.

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https://aaerj.org.br/2024/05/13/was45o1 The race program saw Juniors, Stock, Rookies, Women, Open and Electric Challenge. Everybody who came to check the ultimate motorized surfboards racing in the world witnessed breathtaking racing moments until the end of the Sunday’s program.

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https://yplocal.us/agy9g44d In the Juniors Girls Class, the weekend was controlled by Team Slovakia and their three representatives. Zara Kubincová controlled the finals in front of her compatriot Emma Strculova and Sara Zuborova finishing second and third respectively.

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https://www.jacobysaustin.com/2024/05/06kybtxc46 In the boys Juniors class, the ADAC GP of Germany saw clear domination by Team Kuwait. Hamad Alhaddad and Fares Rammadhnad closed up the top two podium steps and waved the Kuwaiti Flag high. Czech rider Sebastian Kostelecký finished third.

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https://annmorrislighting.com/mqg1yxbsj In the Electric, we saw a great surprise for German fans seeing local racer Fabian Kusche representing MotoSurf Club Germany taking the final podium step in 3rd. Czech Racer Michal Skocek riding for a brand new squad – Rocket Racing, made it to 2nd and Belgian representative Alain Coppens – multiple powerboating world championship, topped the overall result sheet.

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https://grannysglasses.com/?p=7emvd4m In the Stock R class, very international field fought hard for the podium. The championship saw several new faces from new countries like for example Mike Michaelides from Cyprus.

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https://www.vertaglia.com/gaozbqg Mike experienced a very promising championship debut and finished the weekend just behind the top five, taking important points for 6th place overall after fighting with Alex Gryt from Poland and Adam Ficek from Czech Republic.

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https://domainebregeon.com/4hktq84jb5s In the Top five, we saw Adam Hedberg from Sweden taking 5th, Renzo de Craene from Belgium in 4th, wonderful weekend ended up very well for Rocket Racing’s Vatcharasak Jantorn from Thailand and Alexander Lanner brought first ever motosurf podium for Sweden scoring respectable 2nd place. Oliver Navara from the Czech Republic was the man to beat all weekend long what he proved even in the finals for the overall victory.

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get link Racing in the Stock Class was a blast seeing fifty riders competing for only 48 slots in the heats and then just twelve in the finals.

Buy Diazepam Safely Minseong Kim from South Korea set the pace on Friday after posting the fastest qualifying laptime from Czech Damian Kadlec and Briton Rui Merralls taking third. Another South Korean – Jun Min Kim put himself to top five. The reigning Stock Class World Champion Down Kim took 6th.

https://restoreredspruce.org/2024/05/13/jnpejceszh Minseong Kim held the pace in later stages of the weekend when winning the heats program tied on points with Czech Speedster Matěj Surkoš.

https://aaerj.org.br/2024/05/13/dzb9h6x In the finals, Minseong Kim topped both finals, and there was no more question about the ADAC GP of Germany winner. Zdenek Kostelecky concluded the weekend on the 2nd podium steps after 2nd and 3rd in the finals and Jan Travnicek completed the podium with 3rd and 4th. Matej Surkos finished the weekend behind the podium after taking a miss buoy penalty in the first finals.

watch Women category promised super tight battles in the international field. Eunjin Lee from South Korea started the weekend with 6th fastest qualifying and progressed to top five after heats. 7th and 10th places in the finals meant 10th spot overally for likeable South Korean racer. Alaia Flores from Mexico scored top ten with 9thoverally while Miki Tory from Japan made her way to the finals for the first time and concluded the weekend with 8th place.

follow link We saw great battle for the podium among four ladies. Eliška Matoušková managed to control all sessions and swept the whole weekend in Germany.

here The second podium step was taken by Aneta Stloukalova after 2nd and 3rd in the finals to lay down a promising base for the season remainder. New comer to the Women Class – Mariana Navarova – surprised the field with her amazing speed and made her way straight to the podium at her premiere round in the highest of women MotoSurf racing. Valentina Novotna finished 4th and 6th and 3rd and Lucie Kafkova closed the top five with consistent 4th and 5th final sessions finishes.

Buy Valium Xanax Online In the Open Class, we saw the new generation coming from Stock R Class setting the pace. Alex Lukscheider riding for Apex Pilots topped the timed session from reigning World Champion Lukas Zahorsky while another rookie in the Class – Matyas Novotny – qualified third fastest.

see url Lukscheider led the field even after the heats and headed to the finals as a favourite. He dominated first finals but there was one hungry racer hunting him down – Lukas Kozon won the second finals to scored his maiden victory in the open class. Alex Lukscheider concluded the weekend in 2nd and Slovakian representative Marek Skamla progressed to 3rd after great ride in the second finals.

Cheap Xanax Online ADAC GP of Germany opened the 2023 campaign and the Championship continues in Rodi Garganico, Regione Puglia, Italy in three weeks time.