Motorsport: two days of off-road fun at the Motocross Masters in Tensfeld

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Motocross performance: two days of off-road fun in Tensfeld

Driving skills and physical condition are required on a demanding route.

Photo: Thomas Maibom

International motocross bikers meet in Tensfeld over the weekend for the MX Masters. Fans can get back on track.

Tensfeld. Classic motorcycle racing that has been popular in Tensfeld for many years Motocross in Schleswig-Holstein, experiences the continuation of the difficult track on Tarbeker Landstraße. After two years of ban on visits due to the crown pandemic, spectators can now be back on the edge of the track as the most successful motocross riders gather behind the starting team and hit the gas.

Two days of the performance: In the deep sand, one after the other

Everything is happening quickly at the ADAC MX Masters this weekend. Just one week after the race in Bielstein (North Rhine-Westphalia), the fourth round of the world-renowned competition will take place on Saturday and Sunday in Tensfeld. The deep sand of the challenging track in Tensfeld will challenge drivers in terms of driving skills and physical condition.

Max Nagl from Weilheim (Krettek-Haas Racing Team) has been undefeated in the MX Masters competition so far and is a clear favorite. But who can beat it? This is the Masters question that its strongest pursuers, reigning champion Jordi Tixier from France (KTM Sarholz Racing Team) and German runner-up Tom Koch (Kosak Racing Team), want to answer in Tensfeld. So far, Nagl has won all three races and has only had to admit defeat in two of the nine races. So competitors must keep up.

Intense duels between the best drivers are expected

Adam Sterry from the UK (KTM Sarholz Racing Team) and Stefan Ekerold (DEU / Team Bauerschmidt MB 33) also have what it takes to take their place in the race and overall on the podium and hope to improve their recent results. With Tim Koch (Team AB-Racing by Zweiradsport Schmitz), Estonian Gert Krestinov (Motoextreme Honda), Boris Maillard (France / Johannes-Bikes Suzuki) and Lukas Platt (DW-Racing KS Performance Fantic) there is a strong group departure for pilots who are good for the top five and intense duels to the starting gate.

In the MX Youngster Cup, leader Guillem Farres wants to take advantage of his hard-hitting sand ride at the season opening in Dreetz, where he scored the maximum number of points. But Camden Mc Lellan (Netherlands / BT Racing Team), Maximilian Spies (Schmicker Racing Team), Noah Ludwig (Becker Racing) and Jörgen-Matthias Talviku (Estonia) of the MX-Handel-Racing-Team are willing and able to support the Spaniard to offer to get up.

The current MX Junior Cup 125 champion Scott Smulders from the Netherlands (Husqvarna SKS-Racing NL Team) will make his Youngster Cup debut and should look good on the oval track. Ivano van Erp (NL / SHR Motorsports) proved in the first two events in this category that he is a force to be reckoned with on both sandy and hard ground; he rode as the sole pilot in all races on the podium.

Viewers can be there again after Corona’s forced hiatus

This year, unlike in 2021, spectators and fans can relive the races on the racetrack, tickets can be purchased on site at the box office. On Saturday evening, the so-called the pit bike race of the Masters team. During the autograph session on Sunday from 11:45 to 12:15, Max Nagl, Jordi Tixier, Tom Koch, Adam Sterry and Stefan Ekerold will sign the autographs and will be available for photos in the MX Masters truck.

All races from Tensfeld will be broadcast live free of charge. Between runs, numerous interviews provide entertainment and up-to-date information.

Live broadcast will be broadcast on The show starts at 1pm on Saturday and starts broadcasting at 10:10 am on Sunday.

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Updated: Thursday, 7/7/2022, 19:30

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