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European IPT Quad Championship at Stelpe (Latvia)

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The third round of the EMX ITP Quad European Championship took place in Stelpe (Latvia) this weekend, on a well prepared track. In day1, with around 33 degrees the riders carried out sessions of free practice and one of qualifying practice. The pole position for Sunday’s races went to Kevin Saar from Estonia in front of Jani Tanhuanpaa from Finland and Christopher Tveraen from Norway. Today in Stelpe it was sunny or cloudy, with 22 degrees. The organizers had once again prepared well the track and the day started with the warm up. In the first race in the afternoon the fastest rider was poleman Kevin Saar from Estonia, followed by Domantas Waznys, from Lithuania and from Christopher Tveraen from Norway. In the second race Kevin Saar was again the fastest rider, while the second place went to Jani Tanhuanpaa from Finland ahead of Domantas Waznys from Lithuania. The overall
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European ITP Quad championship at Vellahn (Germany)

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This weekend the second round of the EMX ITP Quad Championship was held at Vellahn, in Germany, in front of around 3000 spectators. There were 15 riders taking part to the event, representing 9 countries. On Saturday it was cloudy, with about 18 degrees. On Sunday morning it rained heavily, which made the track very soft. The weather was bad all day long. In both races there was the same podium - the winner was Kevin Saar from Estonia in front of Janis Tanhuanppa from Finland and third was Roman Gwiazda from Poland. Kevin Saar won also the overall in front of Tanhuanppa and Gwiazda. The next round will be in Latvia, on 12-13th August.
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EMX ITP Quad European Championship at Oldebroek, The Netherlands – Day1

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The first round of EMX ITP Quad European Championship started in Oldebroek, The Netherlands with 27 riders. The weather conditions early in the morning were bad and it was raining but after few hours it was sunny and windy. The track was well prepared. In  qualification practice the first position went to the young Estonian rider Kevin Saar, 1,191 sec ahead of the best Dutch rider Mike Van Grinsven, and 2,231 sec in front of another Dutch rider: Marc de Vries.  Mike Van Grinsven had a crash during Qualifying and he hopes to recover within the racing day, next Monday.
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