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There are multiple changes in that lineup:

Shanes is out with injury

Hummel is out with injury

Stella is out after car accident on the way back from Scheessel

Changes:

Tebbe is replacing Shanes

Wajtknecht is replacing Hummel

Tressarieu (Stephane) is the new wildcard

Reserves are Dubernard and Cayre

 

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Final 4 Morizes result:

1. Dimitri Bergé (4,3,4,2,3,4,4) 24
2. Mathieu Trésarrieu (3,2,3,4,4,4,3) 23
3. Lukas Fienhage (4,3,d,3,4,2,2) 18
4. Martin Smolinski (3,4,2,4,3,3,1) 20
5. Josef Franc (4,4,2,4,1,3,0) 18
6. Martin Malek (3,3,4,2,2,0) 14
7. Jesse Mustonen (2,4,3,2,2,1) 14
8. Chris Harris (1,2,4,0,4,d) 11
9. Zach Wajtknecht (1,1,2,3,0,2) 9
10. Theo Pijper (2,1,d,3,2,1) 9
11. Max Dilger (0,2,3,1,0) 6
12. Andrew Appleton (0,0,1,1,3) 5
13. Jörg Tebbe (2,1,1,0,1) 5
14. Stéphane Trésarrieu (1,0,0,1,1) 3
15. Bernd Diener (0,0,1,0,0) 1

Semi finale 1: Berge, Franc, Fienhage, Pijper, Harris
Semi finale 2: Tressarieu, Smolinski, Wajtknecht, Mustonen, Malek
Finale: Berge, Tressarieu, Fienhage, Smolinski, Franc.

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Leaderboard after 4 of the 5 rounds

Leading scores after four rounds:
1. Dmitri Bergé (France) 95 points
2. Martin Smolinski (Germany) 94
3. Mathieu Trésarrieu (France) 82
4. Lukas Fienhage (Germany) 57
5. Josef Franc (Czech Republic) 57
6. Theo Pijper (Netherlands) 53
7. Jesse Mustonen  (Finland) 37
8. Chris Harris (Great Britain) 37
9. Max Dilger (Germany) 36

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FIM longtrack  world  of nations line-ups  Vechta Saturday September 14th- start time 6pm UK time

SWEDEN

 1 Sebastian Aldén

 2 Tomas Jonasson 

 3 Joel Andersson

22 Andreas Bergström

FRANCE

4 Mathieu Trésarrieu

 5 Dimitri Bergé

 6 David Bellego

23 Stéphane Trésarrieu

GERMANY

7 Martin Smolinski

 8 Lukas Fienhage

 9 Max Dilger

24 Jörg Tebbe

CZECH REPUBLIC

 10 Josef Franc

 11 Martin Malek

12 Hynek Stichauer

25 Michal Skurla

THE NETHERLANDS

 13 Theo Pijper

 14 Henry van der Steen –

 15 Dave Meijerink

26 Lars Zandvliet

GREAT BRITAIN

16 Chris Harris

 17 Zach Wajtknecht

 18 Edward Kennett

 27 Paul Cooper

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One of the most open fields in years? Czech look stronger than they ever ave but it feels hard to look past Germany then France as a top 2

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France are red hot favorites. The track should suite them perfectly. Germany may win the silver, and Britain bronze, then the Czechs fourth, Holland fifth, and Sween sixth.  

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France beat Czech 8-7 in final. Updates on baansportfansite.nl

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On 9/8/2019 at 1:32 PM, racers and royals said:

Leaderboard after 4 of the 5 rounds

Leading scores after four rounds:
1. Dmitri Bergé (France) 95 points
2. Martin Smolinski (Germany) 94
3. Mathieu Trésarrieu (France) 82
4. Lukas Fienhage (Germany) 57
5. Josef Franc (Czech Republic) 57
6. Theo Pijper (Netherlands) 53
7. Jesse Mustonen  (Finland) 37
8. Chris Harris (Great Britain) 37
9. Max Dilger (Germany) 36

Final round today in Roden- updates  https://live.baansportfansite.nl/event/391/fim-long-track-world-championship-final-5-roden.html

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On ‎9‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 10:50 PM, Anzum said:

France beat Czech 8-7 in final. Updates on baansportfansite.nl

I chuckled to myself reading Smoli yet again moaning about the changes in heat schedule to please fans,sponsors, but the riders gain nothing from it !!! Surely if fans and sponsors gain, then riders do at the end of the day ? It would have been better to complain from the top of the rostrum, rather than 3rd place....... 

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44 minutes ago, iris123 said:

I chuckled to myself reading Smoli yet again moaning about the changes in heat schedule to please fans,sponsors, but the riders gain nothing from it !!! Surely if fans and sponsors gain, then riders do at the end of the day ? It would have been better to complain from the top of the rostrum, rather than 3rd place....... 

I thought the schedule had been changed to please the Riders, as some riders had more starts immediately after a track grade/watering, which put them at a disadvantage?

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