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The new 2019 FIM Long Track season kicks off this thursday in Herxheim (Germany). There will not be an official live stream, but there will be an official live results service powered by FIM + Baansportfansite.nl. See this link: https://www.longtrack-live.com/

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4 minutes ago, DutchGrasstrack said:

The new 2019 FIM Long Track season kicks off this thursday in Herxheim (Germany). There will not be an official live stream, but there will be an official live results service powered by FIM + Baansportfansite.nl. See this link: https://www.longtrack-live.com/

Have the FIM pulled the live coverage(Sabmar TV) on the internet ?

1 115 Theo Pijper KNMV The Netherlands 2 7 Bernd Diener DMSB Germany 3 444 Josef Franc ACCR Czech Republic 4 96 Dimitri Bergé FFM France 5 37 Chris Harris ACU Great Britain 6 111 Martin Malek ACCR Czech Republic 7 31 Max Dilger DMSB Germany 8 24 Andrew Appleton ACU Great Britain 9 15 (Wild Card) Mark Riss DMSB Germany 10 84 Martin Smolinski DMSB Germany 11 93 James Shanes ACU Great Britain 12 95 Jesse Mustonen SML Finland 13 125 Lukas Fienhage DMSB Germany 14 3 Mathieu Trésarrieu FFM France 15 666 Romano Hummel KNMV The Netherlands TR1 16 Jörg Tebbe DMSB Germany TR2 17 Fabian Wachs DMSB Germany

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That’s right, no official live streaming this season.

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3 minutes ago, DutchGrasstrack said:

That’s right, no official live streaming this season.

That`s a real shame - was looking forward to seeing how Andrew Appleton gets on- 1st race around 12.30pm UK time

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Certainly be interesting to see how Mark Riss fares in this competition? The pedigree suggests he will be at the sharp end when the championship draws to a close although smart money must still be on his German compatriot. 

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12 hours ago, DutchGrasstrack said:

That’s right, no official live streaming this season.

At least we can rely on a photographer multi- tasking :)

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On ‎5‎/‎28‎/‎2019 at 10:26 AM, Sings4Speedway said:

Certainly be interesting to see how Mark Riss fares in this competition? The pedigree suggests he will be at the sharp end when the championship draws to a close although smart money must still be on his German compatriot. 

Mark Riss has withdrawn , due to a shoulder injury he sustained in a speedway crash at Pocking on Easter Sunday. 

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Round 1 results:

1. Mathieu Trésarrieu FR (3,2,2,4,3,3,4) 21 
2. Martin Smolinski DE (2,4,4,3,4,4,3) 24 
3. Dimitri Bergé FR (1,3,4,3,4,4,2) 21 
4. James Shanes GB (3,3,3,2,3,3,1) 18 
5. Josef Franc CZ (0,2,4,3,4,2,0) 15 
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6. Theo Pijper NL (3,4,1,2,2,2) 14 
7. Jörg Tebbe DE (4,3,1,0,3,1) 12 
8. Lukas Fienhage DE (2,R,3,4,2,1) 12 
9. Bernd Diener DE (4,1,3,1,1,0) 10 
10. Andrew Appleton GB (2,4,2,R,2,d) 10 
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11. Romano Hummel NL (4,R,R,4,d) 8 
12. Max Dilger DE (1,2,2,2,1) 8 
13. Chris Harris GB (1,T,0,1,1) 3 
14. Martin Malek CZ (0,1,0,1,0) 2 
15. Jesse Mustonen FI (0,1,1,0,R) 2 
16. Fabian Wachs DE (0) 0

Semi final 1: Smolinski, Shanes, Franc, Fienhage, Diener.
Semi final 2: Berge, Tressarieu, Pijper, Tebbe, Appleton.
Finale: Tressarieu, Smolinski, Berge, Shanes, Franc.

Photo's: https://www.baansportfansite.nl/nieuws/1778/mathieu-tresarrieu-verassend-de-sterkste-tijdens-finale-1-in-herxheim.html

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Round 2 draw for La Reole France on Saturday June 15th meeting starts at 19.30pm UK time

1 37 Chris Harris ACU Great Britain 2 115 Theo Pijper KNMV The Netherlands 3 15 Stéphane Trésarrieu FFM France 4 84 Martin Smolinski DMSB Germany 5 444 Josef Franc ACCR Czech Republic 6 96 Dimitri Bergé FFM France 7 111 Martin Malek ACCR Czech Republic 8 95 Jesse Mustonen SML Finland 9 7 Bernd Diener DMSB Germany 10 24 Andrew Appleton ACU Great Britain 11 125 Lukas Fienhage DMSB Germany 12 3 Mathieu Trésarrieu FFM France 13 666 Romano Hummel KNMV The Netherlands 14 93 James Shanes ACU Great Britain 15 31 Max Dilger DMSB Germany TR1 16 Gaétan Stella FFM France TR2 17 Julien Cayre FFM France

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There will be a slightly altered heat schedule as from the La Réole round.

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Results from Final 2 in La Reole:

1. Martin Smolinski DE (4,2,2,4,3,4,4) 23 
2. Dimitri Bergé FR (3,4,4,4,4,4,3) 26 
3. Chris Harris GB (2,3,3,2,4,2,2) 18 
4. Mathieu Trésarrieu FR (4,4,1,3,4,3,1) 20 
5. Lukas Fienhage DE (2,4,4,1,2,0,0) 13 
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6. Max Dilger DE (1,2,4,1,1,2) 11 
7. Stéphane Trésarrieu FR (0,R,2,3,3,3) 11 
8. James Shanes GB (2,2,3,3,1,d) 11 
9. Jesse Mustonen FI (3,3,0,2,0,1) 9 
10. Theo Pijper NL (3,1,0,1,3,1) 9 
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11. Martin Malek CZ (0,3,1,2,2) 8 
12. Romano Hummel NL (4,1,1,0,0) 6 
13. Josef Franc CZ (1,0,3,R,2) 6 
14. Bernd Diener DE (0,1,0,4,0) 5 
15. Andrew Appleton GB (1,R,2,0,1) 4

Semi final 1: Berge, S.Tressarieu, Harris, Mustonen, Fienhage.
Semi final 2: Smolinski, M.Tressarieu, Dilger, Pijper, Shanes.
Final: Smolinski, Berge, Harris, M.Tressarieu, Fienhage.

Photo's: https://www.baansportfansite.nl/nieuws/1789/wk-langbaan-finale-2-martin-smolinski-pakt-de-zege-in-la-reole.html

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From the FIM website

Leading scores after two rounds:
Martin Smolinski (Germany) 47 points
Dmitri Bergé (France) 47
Mathieu Trésarrieu (France) 41
James Shanes (Great Britain) 29
Lukas Fienhage (Germany) 25
Theo Pijper (Netherlands) 23
Chris Harris (Great Britain) 21

The next round will be held in Mühldorf, Germany on 7th July

FIM Communications

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