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Yes, I can see mention of the de Jong suspension in the Link which I have not previously witnessed. That fact, however, still does not support my contention that the Post by Dutch Grasstrack did not clarify the suspension which indicated a confused statement that de Jong was included in the line-up then caused confusion by saying without giving any CLARIFIED reason that Tebbe was moving into the meeting line-up.

His quote reads "...Jannick de Jong still included in the lineup, so I guess Tebbe will move up..."

That`s because DGT and the rest of us- bar you, know that when it was announced he had failed the doping test - that he was banned and was helping by informing us that Tebbe was 1st reserve and would replace him. you are making a mountain out of a molehill. That is my final comment !!!!!!

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If i can help clear this up.The way i understand Jespers post is that the FIM were still including de Jong in the line-up although he was banned.So jesper using his noddle was guessing Tebbe would be riding instead and the FIM hadn't got their arris in gear.That is how i see the picture using a few brain cells.Jesper having previously posted on here that de Jong had failed a test and was banned helped.Someone who doesn't spend half his life on the internet might not have known that,but someone who spends half his life on the internet and still can't work it out is quite clearly.......gustix.I was going to put something else there,but it would only confuse the old boy :rofl::icon_smile_clown:

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That`s because DGT and the rest of us- bar you, know that when it was announced he had failed the doping test - that he was banned and was helping by informing us that Tebbe was 1st reserve and would replace him. you are making a mountain out of a molehill. That is my final comment !!!!!!

 

Never rely on the 'assumptive mind'. The Post did not SPECIFY that there was an actual change to the line-up with Tebbe replacing de Jong. It said clearly that he WAS in the meeting line-up, then caused confusion by saying Tebbe would be riding. DGT should have made a clear indication of what was taking place for the benefit of any first time reader of the thread.

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Bugger off back to your soppy threads

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Today we are in France for the second Longtrack Final in La Reole. Very hot temperatures (over 35+ degrees), so not easy for the riders. Practice went well, no crashes.

 

Don't forget to follow the live results: https://www.longtrack-live.com/event/221/fim-long-track-world-championship-final-2-la-reole.html :)

Wildcard news for the third round in Muhldorf: Martin Smolinski. Jorg Tebbe and Markus Eibl will be reserve.

 

Jannick de Jong still included in the lineup, so I guess Tebbe will move up.

 

Today we are in France for the second Longtrack Final in La Reole. Very hot temperatures (over 35+ degrees), so not easy for the riders. Practice went well, no crashes.

 

Don't forget to follow the live results: https://www.longtrack-live.com/event/221/fim-long-track-world-championship-final-2-la-reole.html :)

 

What a superb Link this is DutchGrasstrack https://www.longtrack-live.com/event/221/fim-long-track-world-championship-final-2-la-reole.htm.

Congratulations for a top class piece of work.

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Shanes looks like he could become a power.Thought Harris would do a lot better at Longtrack tbh

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Harris looked quite desperate. Suffered mechanical failures in two of his heats, also in practice. He is missing serious focus due to his speedway commitments I think.

 

Some pics from last night: https://www.baansportfansite.nl/nieuws/1369/mathieu-tressarieu-slaat-keihard-toe-op-zijn-lievelingsbaan-la-reole-.html

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copyandpasteix is such an argumentative and awkward bugger!!

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Harris looked quite desperate. Suffered mechanical failures in two of his heats, also in practice. He is missing serious focus due to his speedway commitments I think.

 

Some pics from last night: https://www.baansportfansite.nl/nieuws/1369/mathieu-tressarieu-slaat-keihard-toe-op-zijn-lievelingsbaan-la-reole-.html

 

More excellent photographic coverage on your part DutchGrasstrack And I have a special interest in the Dutch riders - reminds me of the days when I used to visit Holland for the 'Golden Helmet' speedway series - Dutch riders I especially remember and knew well included Henk Stemen Senior, Hans van der Sluis, Nico van Gorcum, Gerrit Kops. All, sadly, a very long time ago.

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Today we are in Marianske Lazne (Czech Republic) for the 2018 Long Track Qualifier. 25 riders in total, top 12 will go to the Challenge in Berghaupten :)

 

Live updates starting at 14:30CET

https://www.longtrack-live.com/event/225/fim-long-track-world-championship-qualifying-round-marianske-lazne.html

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Photo's from Marianske Lazne: https://www.baansportfansite.nl/nieuws/1374/andrew-appleton-wint-de-langbaan-marathon-van-marianske-lazne.html :)

 

Result:

 

1. Andrew Appleton GB (2,4,4,4,4) 18
2. Bernd Diener DE (2,4,4,3,4) 17
3. Josef Franc CZ (4,4,4,4,M) 16
4. Anders Mellgren SE (3,4,1,3,4) 15
5. Dave Meijerink NL (4,3,2,2,4) 15
6. Jérôme Lespinasse FR (4,3,2,3,3) 15
7. Romano Hummel NL (3,0,2,4,4) 13
8. Jörg Tebbe DE (4,0,3,4,2) 13
9. Stephan Katt DE (4,3,3,R,3) 13
10. James Wright GB (1,4,4,2,1) 12
11. Sebastian Alden SE (2,2,1,4,3) 12
12. Marcel Dachs DE (2,2,4,2,2) 12
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13. Gaétan Stella FR (2,3,2,3,1) 11
14. Christian Hülshorst DE (3,1,R,3,2) 9
15. Martin Malek CZ (3,R,0,2,3) 8
16. Henry van der Steen NL (1,3,3,1,0) 8
17. Gabriel Dubernard FR (3,F,0,1,3) 7
18. Anthony Chauffour FR (1,2,3,1,R) 7
19. Lars Zandvliet NL (T,2,3,1,1) 7
20. Alexandre Dubrana FR (0,1,2,0,2) 5
21. Michal Dudek CZ (0,1,1,2,1) 5
22. Edward Kennett GB (1,R,1,0,2) 4
23. Andreas Bergström SE (1,2,R,R,1) 4
24. Karel Kadlec CZ (0,1,1,R,R) 2
25. Roman Tomany CZ (R,N,N,N,N) 0
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The third final will be held this weekend in Muhldorf. There are a few changes in the lineup:

 

- Jannick de Jong will not ride (banned) -> Jorg Tebbe will replace him.

- Hynek Stichauer will also not ride (injured) -> Romano Hummel will replace him.

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I really really hope the FIM do not include Jannick in the line-up.Pleeeeeeaaase can someone tell them and help stop The Penge Pensioner getting all confused again :nono:

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Live update link for this sunday: https://www.longtrack-live.com/event/229/fim-long-track-world-championship-final-3-m-hldorf.html :)

Racing starts at 13:30 CET.

 

For the Facebook users: keep an eye on https://www.facebook.com/FIMTrackRacing/. We will post live streams from the draws and final heats.

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Results from Final 3 today in Muhldorf:

 

1. Michael Härtel (2,4,2,3,4,4,4) 23
2. Stephan Katt (4,3,3,2,3,2,3) 20
3. Mathieu Trésarrieu (4,3,1,3,4,3,2) 20
4. Josef Franc (1,4,4,4,1,3,1) 18
5. Martin Smolinski (4,4,4,4,4,4,0) 24
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6. Theo Pijper (2,2,3,4,0,2) 13
7. Romano Hummel (3,3,3,2,2,0) 13
8. Jörg Tebbe (3,1,4,1,1,0) 10
9. James Shanes (2,0,2,1,3,1) 9
10. Jesse Mustonen (1,2,2,2,0,1) 8
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11. Chris Harris (0,1,0,3,2) 6
12. Glen Phillips (3,0,1,0,2) 6
13. Dirk Fabriek (1,0,1,0,3) 5
14. Richard Hall (0,1,F,1,1) 3
15. Theo Di Palma (0,2,0,0,0) 2

Semi final 1: Smolinski, Franc, Katt, Shanes, Tebbe.
Semi final 2: Härtel, Trésarrieu, Pijper, Mustonen, Hummel.
Final: Härtel, Katt, Trésarrieu, Franc, Smolinski (engine failure)

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