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Various scenarios are possible before the final night of competition in Bremen, as best three combinations are in a perfect position to attack and take all the spoils in the track event held on the German soil.

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13.01.2015 @ 14:23 Posted by Aleksandra Górska

Various scenarios are possible before the final night of competition in Bremen, as best three combinations are in a perfect position to attack and take all the spoils in the track event held on the German soil.


Even though overnight leaders Morgan Kneisky and Jesper Morkov managed to maintain their position, currently second Leif Lampater and Wim Stroetinga remain at the same lap and only 5 points behind them, while Alex Rasmussen and Marcel Kalz, one lap down, are leading in points and just about to gain another bonus.


As the Danish-German pair needs only three points to cross the 300-points mark, there will be no waiting game in the big finale of 2015 Six Days of Bremen. Two leading combinations are virtually unable to reduce a crushing advantage of Rasmussen and Kalz so we can be sure that they will line-up for the ultimate big chase with extremely aggressive mindsets.


Another strong contenders, Christian Grasmann and Marc Hester burried all their chances on Monday, as the Dane had to be neutralized due to breathing problems just before the final Madison. Birthday boy Lucas Liss also suffered from illness last night, as so was sent back to the hotel with a fever.



The 2015 Six Days of Bremen classification after day five:

Kneisky Morgan - Mørkøv Jesper (Leasing e-Bike) 235

Lampater Leif - Stroetinga Wim (Sparkasse) 230


at 1 lap

Kalz Marcel - Rasmussen Alex (SWB) 297


at 4 laps

Graf Andreas - Müller Andreas (Bike it) 121


at 7 laps

Grasmann Christian - Marguet Tristan (ÖVB) 201


at 10 laps

Stöpler Nick - Heßlich Nico (Schmidt + Koch) 199


at 16 laps

Muntaner David - Torres Albert (x-Tip / Die Spielemacher) 93


at 18 laps

Burkart Achim - Politt Nils (Karstadt Sport) 92

Blaha Martin - Hacecky Vojtech (Atlantik Gruppe) 84


at 20 laps

Barth Marcel - Mohs Erik (Elements Pure / PASSION Sport) 102


at 22 laps

Roberts Luke - Lea Bobby (LOTTO) 137



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