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| 13/10/2019 | IMBA EC Race Side car Oss NL

The first head has run and the two Mike Keuben / Zac Snell pick up in the /. Round the lead from the reigning champions FrankMulders / Aivar van de Wiel. The English Sam Osbaldiston / Nathan Cooper were third. For the German team things are going very badly. Tim Prümmer/Tobias Lange dropped out in qualifying and thus finished last at the start. Then a 15th place came out. At the start of the 2nd run there was a chrach in which the team Mike Keuben - Zac Snell were involved. Several teams gave up. But Keuben-Snel were able to continue quickly and got space for space until they took the lead again in lap 5. With this running result, ahead of the strongest competitors Mulders-Van de Wielkon, they prematurely won the IBA European Championship ...(read more)

| 30/09/2019 | IMBA EC Race Open and Side car Kleinhau D

The Belgian Glenn Bielen won the day in Kleinhau (D) ahead of Pascal Proenen and Robin Goldammer (both Germany). However, the championship classification was always in the safe hands of James Dodd, England, who was the new champion after the first race. (Congratulations) With the side cars, the race victories between Mike Keuben/Zack Snell (NL/GB) and the home team of the MSC Kleinhau Tim Prümmer/Tobias Lange were also a big issue. Also the Swiss Remo Inderbitzin/Andreas Lenherr mixed well. So it was always only shortly before the race that it was clear who could collect the 60 points. In the end it was always Keuben/Snell who won the race ahead of Prümmer/Lange 2x and Christian Hentrich/Andreas Heucken 1 x. On the podium in ...(read more)

| 22/09/2019 | IMBA EC Race Ladies Amriswil CH

Brenda Wagemans wins with the last race of the Ladies in Amriswil, Switzerland not only the victory of the day but also the European Championship 2019. The Swiss Sandra Kelle is 2nd in Amriswil, but has nothing to do with the outcome of the European Championship. Brit Jens -beken from the Netherlands was still hoping to overthrow Brenda from the throne, but Brenda always defended her lead and relegated Brit to second place in the championship. Amber Simons, who was 3rd in the European Championship before the race in Amriswil, was unlucky and could not finish the first run and could not compete in the last two runs. So after 3 good races the Dutch Cythia Swets took over this third place. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator

| 15/09/2019 | IMBA EC Race Open-Class Meijel NL

In the sand of Meijel the Dutch were once again "master of the house". Kay Ebben ahead of Jacky Tausch and the Belgian Glenn Bielen so the podium looked like a fair, sporty and exciting race weekend at the end. Kay won 2 x the race in 1 + 2 and Jacky closed the bag in the third run with a start-finish victory. The leader of the Championship, James Dodd (GB), had a hard time in the sand and was able to increase his points account with the places (7-6-8) ahead of his compatriot Andy Smart (8-8-10). Andy Smart was able to move up to 2nd place in the European Championship ranking, but the injured Stijn Verstrepen (B) could not compete. Also the injured German driver Pascal Proenen, Mike Adrian Braun, lost many points without a fight and ...(read more)

| 09/09/2019 | IMBA EC Race Ladies Groesbeek NL

The penultimate race of the women's European Championship took place last Sunday on the hard track of the MBC de Zeven Heuvelen in Groesbeek. The decision will be made on 22 September in Amriswil, Switzerland. With a difference of 18 points, Brenda Wagemans leads the standings ahead of Britt Jans-Beken. Again, the course was perfectly prepared and the club had everything under control. Before the first run of the IMBA ladies, they were presented to the public and welcomed by the deputy mayor of the municipality of Berg en Dal, to which Groesbeek belongs. Britt Jans-Beken's fastest time in training was recorded. She managed to leave Brenda Wagemans and Amber Simons behind. In the first run Cynthia Swets was the fastest from the start, ...(read more)

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