First overall win of the season for Jordi Tixier. Max Nagl comes second ahead of Tom Koch. The championship fight between Nagl and Koch remains exciting. Meanwhile, in the Youngster Cup class, Spaniard Oriol Oliver clinched the title with a perfect 1-1-1.
In midsummer temperatures, 12,000 fans saw exciting races with tough but fair duels at the penultimate round of the ADAC MX Masters in Holzgerlingen. Jordi Tixier (F/KMP Honda Racing powered by Krettek) prevailed with two race wins in the three races against Max Nagl (D/KMP Honda Racing powered by Krettek) and Tom Koch (D/Kosak Racing Team). In the championship, Nagl slightly extended his lead against Koch.
In the Youngter Cup, Oriol Oliver arrived in Holzgerlingen with a very large points lead and, with the best qualifying time, left no doubt that the only way to the title was through him. His closest rival in the table, Cato Nickel (D/WZ-Racing), returned to action after an injury, but Oliver won two of three Red Bull Holeshots in Holzgerlingen and won all three races, only missing out on a single lap was in the top position. After a crash and Nickel’s premature retirement at the start of the second race, it was clear: Oliver is the new ADAC MX Youngster Cup champion for 2023.