ADAC MX Masters: Perfect score for Max Nagl and Dave Kooiker in Dreetz – Round 2

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Max Nagl and Dave Kooiker swept the second round of the ADAC MX Masters in the sand track of Dreetz.

With sunny weather and pleasant temperatures, the second round of the ADAC MX Masters took place just one week after the start of the season in Dreetz, Brandenburg. Reigning champion Max Nagl (D/KMP-Honda-Racing powered by Krettek) dominated with three race victories in front of 7,500 spectators on the deep sand track of MC Dreetz eV at the weekend. Maximilian Spies (D/Kosak Racing Team) and Jordi Tixier (F/KMP-Honda-Racing powered by Krettek) rounded off the event’s podium. Nagl extended his lead in the championship with the maximum points in Dreetz, while Spies took second place in the table from Adam Sterry (GB/Schmicker Racing).

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Four-time ADAC MX Masters champion Max Nagl dominated the weekend in Dreetz from the start. Already in the qualification he prevailed as LS2 Best Qualifier against the strong competition. As at the start of the season, he won the first race on Saturday with a start-to-finish victory, well ahead of Maximilian Spies and Jordi Tixier. In the second race, Nagl initially made do with second position behind Red Bull Holeshot winner Noah Ludwig (D/KTM Sarholz Racing Team), before taking the lead on the fourth lap and once again clearly separating himself from the rest of the field. In the third race, Nagl once again proved his class and current form with a start-to-finish victory that was never in danger ahead of Oriol Oliver Vilar (E/WZ-Racing KTM). With the overall victory in Dreetz, he expanded his lead in the championship to 21 points.

In the Youngster Cup class, Schmicker KTM Dave Kooiker won his first overall of the season in a big fashion as he dominated every race through the weekend. Countrymen Bradley Mesters from KOSAK Racing KTM took second overall after three strong motos via 3-2-7. He is now the new points leader by 6 points over Kooiker. Cato Moto Husqvarna´s Rasmus Pedersen rounded the podium via 7-5-2.

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