Leppälä wins Reutlingen, Jasper third in the region

Leppälä wins Reutlingen, Jasper third in the region
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Under heavy and wet weather conditions, Viktor Leppälä won the third race of the EMX85 'Central Europe'. The Finn drives with a Belgian license, which allows him to drive in this region. Neo Nindelt (4-2) and Hayden Statt (3-3) complete the podium in Reutlingen. Kenzo Jaspers is seventh in the daily rankings, the Brabander is third in this region behind the British Statt and Leppälä. Jannes Vos comes fifth after three games and qualifies for the semi-finals, just like Torre Van Mechgelen (11th), Kay Zijlstra (14th) and Jeremy Bouchee (24th).

Next time:
The semi-final will be held on June 29-30 at the Siauliai circuit in Lithuania. The best 25 riders from “North-East” will also be in action there. The best 20 of that day's ranking have a starting place during the EMX final in Loket.

Results EMX85 Central Europe #3; Reutlingen, D:
1e some

1. Viktor Leppälä SF M.Sc
2. Bertram Thorius DK Yamaha
3. Hayden Statt GB KTM
4. Neo Nindelt D Yamaha
5. Raphael Hellmuth D KTM
8. Jannes Vos NL KTM
9. Kenzo Jaspers NL Husqvarna
12. Kay Zijlstra NL Yamaha
16. Torre Van Mechgelen B KTM
18. Jeremy Bouchee NL Husqvarna
19. Tree Goblet B Husqvarna
21. Joshua Weigert B GasGas
25. Tony Oliveira Bel KTM
26. Noam Mezzavilla B KTM
DNF. Timeo Mohring B KTM
DNF. Luca Kuijpers NL Husqvarna
DNF. Yuel Karnebeek NL Housekeeper

2e some
1. Viktor Leppälä SF M.Sc
2. Neo Nindelt D Yamaha
3. Hayden Statt GB KTM
4. Raphael Hellmuth D KTM
5. Bertram Thorius DK Yamaha
7. Kenzo Jaspers NL Husqvarna
10. Jannes Vos NL KTM
14. Kay Zijlstra NL Yamaha
17. Jeremy Bouchee NL Husqvarna
19. Torre Van Mechgelen B KTM
23. Tree Goblet B Husqvarna
25. Timeo Mohring B KTM
26. Luca Kuijpers NL Husqvarna
27. Tony Oliveira Bel KTM
28. Noam Mezzavilla B KTM
DNF. Yuel Karnebeek NL Housekeeper
DNF. Joshua Weigert B GasGas

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Daily ranking:
1. Viktor Leppälä SF KTM 1-1
2. Neo Nindelt D Yamaha 4-2
3. Hayden Statt GB KTM 3-3
4. Bertram Thorius DK Yamaha 2-5
5. Raphael Hellmuth D KTM 5-4
7. Kenzo Jaspers NL Husqvarna 9-7
9. Jannes Vos NL KTM 8-10
13. Kay Zijlstra NL Yamaha 12-14
16. Jeremy Bouchee NL Husqvarna 18-17
17. Torre Van Mechgelen B KTM 16-19
21. Tree Goblet B Husqvarna 19-23

Final standings after 3 games:
1. Hayden Statt GB KTM 128
2. Viktor Leppälä SF KTM 100
3. Kenzo Jaspers NL Husqvarna
4. Bertram Thorius DK Yamaha 92
5. Jannes Vos NL KTM 90
11. Torre Van Mechgelen B KTM 53
14. Kay Zijlstra NL Yamaha 45
24. Jeremy Bouchee NL Husqvarna 18
26. Keano Maris NL GasGas 15
27. Jenairo Beerens NL KTM 13
30. Tree Goblet B Husqvarna

By: Steven van Kempen/KEMCO
Gallery: #MarcoScherer

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