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Last year's winners back in contention in Bremen Six Days.

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ALEX RASMUSSEN

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CHRISTIAN GRASMANN

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KENNY DE KETELE

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MARCEL KALZ

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16.01.2016 @ 09:45 Posted by Jesper Ralbjerg

The second evening of the Bremen Six Days saw a new team take the lead as things are looking very close at the top of the overall classification. The winners from 2015, German Marcel Kalz and Dane Alex Rasmussen, took over from Grasmann/de Ketele courtesy of a bonus lap. Neither of the two teams was able to claim a win in the two Madison events on Friday, though, which only emphasizes how closely fought this Six Days race promises to be.

 

Mora and Havik won the big Madison and look certain to gain a bonus lap on Saturday. The same promising prospect seems to await Mørkøv and Kneisky. However, Grasmann and de Ketele can look forward to doing the same and thus take sole command of the race.

 

An eventful Saturday evening lies in wait as the race crosses the midway mark.

 

General classification after day 2:

1 Alex Rasmussen (Denmark) - Marcel Kalz (Germany) 108

2 Christian Grasmann (Germany) - Kenny de Ketele (Belgium) 87

 

At 1 lap

3 Sebastian Mora (Spain) - Yoeri Havik (Holland) 90

4 Jesper Mørkøv (Denmark) - Morgan Kneisky (France) 76

5 Wim Stroetinga (Holland) - Andreas Müller (Austria) 49

 

At 3 laps

6 Hans Pirius (Germany) - Andreas Graf (Austria) 29

 

4 laps

7 Nico Heßlich (Germany) - David Muntaner (Spain) 76

 

At 8 laps

8 Achim Burkart (Germany) - Melvin van Zijl (Holland) 35

 

At 9 laps

9 Moreno de Pauw (Belgium) - Lucas Liß (Germany) 51

10 Sebastian Wotschke (Germany) - Fan Freuler (Switzerland) 29

 

At 11 laps

11 Martin Blaha - Jan Kraus (Czech Republic) 16

 

At 18 laps

12 Marcel Barth (Germany) - Alois Kankovsky (Czech Republic) 14

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