How to watch: ADAC MX Masters – Round 4 Bielstein

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Next weekend (22/23 June) the fourth round of the ADAC MX Masters and the MX Youngster Cup, will take place on the “Waldkurs” in Bielstein. The traditional track on the Drabenderhöhe combines a classic and natural course with modern jumps and obstacles and always ensures exciting races.

Words | Press release

In the ADAC MX Masters the question is: who can stop the winning streak of the reigning champion and leader of the table Max Nagl (D/KMP-Honda-Racing powered by Krettek) before the halfway point of the season? In the ADAC MX Youngster Cup the lead in the table has changed after each of the three previous races. Will Dave Kooiker (NL/Schmicker Racing) now be able to maintain his lead?


In the top class ADAC MX Masters, Max Nagl (D/KMP-Honda-Racing powered by Krettek) has won all events so far this season and only missed a single race win. The experienced rider rolls to the starting gate of the forest course as the clear favorite. But strong competition is waiting for an opportunity to challenge Nagl for the race and overall victory. Cornelius Töndel (NO/Schmicker Racing) and a recovered Tom Koch (D/Kosak Racing Team) recently attracted attention with strong results in the series and the World Championship. Adam Sterry (GB/Schmicker Racing), Maximilian Spies (D/Kosak Racing Team) and Jordi Tixier (F/KMP-Honda-Racing powered by Krettek) are also hot contenders for top placings on the technically demanding track. Local hero Lukas Platt (D/KTM Sarholz Racing Team) is also very motivated for his home race.

Top 10 MX Masters Standings post Round 3 of 8:

1Max Nagl216
2Maximilian Spies167
3Cornelius Toendel151
4Adam Sterry145
5Tom Koch139
6Jordi Tixier135
7Henry Jacobi132
8Jere Haavisto113
9Noah Ludwig99
10Oriol Oliver82
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In the ADAC MX Youngster Cup, Dave Kooiker, as leader of the table, will try to keep riders such as Nico Greutmann (CH/Cat Moto Bauerschmidt Husqvarna), Rasmus Pedersen (DK/Rhino Racing Team), Bradley Mesters (NL/Kosak Racing Team), Bence Pergel (HU/HTS KTM), Peter König (D/KTM Sarholz Racing Team) and Jan Krug (D/Sixty Seven Racing Husqvarna) at bay.

1Dave Kooiker179
2Nico Greutmann156
3Rasmus Pedersen154
4Bradley Mesters133
5Bence Pergel129
6Maxime Grau120
7Peter Konig111
8Scott Smulders108
9Jan Krug108
10Edvards Bidzans97


All races from Bielstein will be broadcast in a free live stream. Between the races, numerous interviews will provide entertainment and current information. The live stream will be available On Saturday the show starts at 1:35 p.m., on Sunday the broadcast starts at 10:30 a.m.

Timetable based on Local time:

Youngster Cup – Race 115:25
MX Masters – Race 116:10
Youngster Cup – Race 210:50
MX Masters – Race 213:30
Youngster Cup – Race 315:10
MX Masters – Race 316:00



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