Preview & How to watch: ADAC MX Masters Round 2 Dreetz

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Next weekend April 27th & 28th the ADAC MX Masters in Dreetz, Brandenburg will be going into its second round, just one week after the start of the season a week ago in Dreha. Although there are similar sandy track conditions in Dreetz as at the season opener, the cards could still be reshuffled there if some of the favorites shake off their bad luck at the start or avoid mistakes.

In the top ADAC MX Masters class, the reigning ADAC MX Masters champion Max Nagl (D/KMP-Honda-Racing powered by Krettek) will be starting as the championship leader. But Adam Sterry (GB/Schmicker Racing) took a race win from the veteran at the start of the season and also coped very well with the conditions in Dreetz in the past. Sand lover Maximilian Spies (D/Kosak Racing Team) would also like to improve his third place in the championship with better starts.

Jere Haavisto (FIN/Schmicker Racing) proved his strength as a newcomer to the series with fourth place overall and a placement on a running podium. Tom Koch (D/Kosak Racing Team) is hoping for a quick recovery from his ribs, which were damaged before the start of the season, so that he can do more than just limit the damage in Dreetz. The situation is similar for Jordi Tixier (F/KMP-Honda-Racing powered by Krettek) and Henry Jacobi (D/KTM Sarholz Racing Team), who both crashed hard last weekend and will compete with injuries.

The class climber Oriol Oliver Vilar (E/WZ-Racing KTM) and Cornelius Töndel (NO/Schmicker Racing) impressed with podium finishes at the start of the season and are also recommended for top results. Many other top national and international drivers ensure a strong ADAC MX Masters class with a high level of performance, which should once again ensure exciting races.

Top 10 MX Masters Standings post Round 1 (of 8)

1Max Nagl66
2Adam Sterry59
3Maximilian Spies58
4Jere Haavisto50
5Tom Koch48
6Oriol Oliver38
7Noah Ludwig38
8Cornelius Toendel35
9Henry Jacobi31
10Jakub Teresak30

In the ADAC MX Youngster Cup, Edvards Bidzans (LV/KMP-Honda-Racing powered by Krettek) is the championship leader with the best starting position, but with Bradley Mesters (NL/Kosak Racing Team), Rasmus Pedersen (DK/Rhino Racing Team) and Nicolai Skovbjerg (DK/Wozniak MX Racing Team) are strong opponents.

Top 10 Youngster Cup Standings post Round 1 (of 8)

1Edvans Bidzans67
2Bradley Mesters62
3Rasmus Pedersen56
4Nicolai Skobjverg43
5Martin Venhoda41
6Nico Greutmann39
7Scott Smulders37
8Dave Kooiker37
9Peter Konig35
10Bence Pergel34


All races from Dreetz will be broadcast in a free live stream. Between the runs, numerous interviews provide entertainment and up-to-date information. The live stream will be on ADA Motorsport Youtube Channel. On Saturday the broadcast begins at 2:30 p.m., on Sunday the broadcast starts at 9:50 a.m.

*Based on Local time

Youngster Cup Race 116:15
MX Masters Race 117:00
Youngster Cup Race 213:00
MX Masters Race 213:45
Youngster Cup Race 315:30
MX Masters Race 316:20



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