The player from Zdunek Wybrzeże Gdańsk proves that his level has risen and he can enjoy the position of Rasmus Jensen right before the playoff stage, among others. Employee training. In the final he was defeated, among others, two in the first league and two in the second league.

Konrad Senkowski

Rasmus Jensen

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Although the weather in Teterow was fine on Saturday, according to German fans, the motorcyclists were experiencing very difficult track conditions.

The breaks were long enough to dissuade many motorcycle enthusiasts in this city from staying until the end. In social media and on forums, fans do not spare the criticism of the organizers.

The oval’s poor condition was the cause of many falls, and track acquaintance among others, Jason Doyle, who decided after the collision in the semi-finals, decided not to participate in the replay knowing he would be racing at Leszno on Sunday.

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Discussions at the Machine Park showed that only six riders were interested in continuing the race, so it was decided to run the final race.

The best in it was Rasmus Jensen, who, among others, brought behind him the league rival – Timo Lahti and the best representative of the host – Michael Hertel. Sixth place went to Adrian Gill.

Elimination stage results:
Croup A:
1 – Philip Helmland (Sweden) – 10 (4, 3, 4)
2. Adrian Gała (Poland) – 6 (2, in, 4)
3. Michael Hertel (Germany) – 5 (4.1, in)
4. Vladimir Borodulin (Russia) – 4 (1,3, inches)
5- Jonas Knudsen (Denmark) – 4 (0,2,2)

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Running after running:
1. Hertel, Helmland, Gatta, Borodulin, Knudsen
5. Hjelmland, Borodulin, Knudsen, Haertel, Gała (w)
9. Gała, Hjelmland, Knudsen, Borodulin (w), Haertel (w)

Group B:
1 – Timo Lahti (Finland) – 11 (4, 3, 4)
2- Kai Hockenbeck (Germany) – 9 (3, 4, 2)
3 – Rasmus Jensen (Denmark) – 7 (2,2,3)
4 – Shimon Zlauderbach (Poland) – 2 (1.1, -)
5- Ondrej Smetana (Czech Republic) – 1 (0,0,1)

Run after run:
2. Lahti, Huckenbeck, Jensen, Szlauderbach, Smetana
6. Huckenbeck, Lahti, Jensen, Szlauderbach, Smetana
10. Lahti, Jensen, Hokenbeck, Smetana, Zlauderbach (NS)

Group C:
1- Kasper Gomolski (Poland) – 10 (3, 3, 4)
2. Norek Bludoorn (Germany) – 7 (4,1,2)
3 – Norbert Kojec (Poland) – 6 (2.4.0)
4- Chris Harris (Great Britain) – 6 (1, 2, 3)
5. Daniel Klima (Czech Republic) – 1 (-, 0.1)

Running after running:
3 – Bluedorn, Gomolsky, Kochius, Harris, Klima (NS)
7. Kościuch, Gomólski, Harris, Bloedorn, Klima
11. Gomolsky, Harris, Blodorn, Klima, Kochyus

Group D:
1- Jason Doyle (Germany) – 11 (4,3,4)
2 – Dimitri Berg (France) – 9 (2,4,3)
3 – Jesper Knudsen (Denmark) – 5 (1,2,2)
4- Daniel Jelenewski (Poland) – 4 (1,3,0)
5- Lucas Finhaghi (Germany) – 1 (0,1,0)

Running after running:
4. Doyle, Jelinevsky, Berg, Knudsen, Finhaji
8. Berg, Doyle, Knudsen, Vinhag, Jelinevsky
12. Doyle, Berg, Knudsen, Jelinevsky, Vinhagy

last:
Jensen, Lahti, Hertel, Blodorn, J.; Knudsen, Jaya

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