Husqvarna’s Dennis Schröter kept his unbeaten run of form alive in the 2017 German Enduro Championship by winning round three in Dahlen.
For the third round of the German series there was no stopping Schröter as he stormed his way to his third victory in as many rounds.
“In the first special test, I had a good feeling, but it's probably a little bit of the aggression from the truth. From next test I rode better and then in the second lap I took the lead,” told the defending German champion Schröter.
Keeping a high rythym for the remainder of the day, the Husqvarna rider claimed the overall win by 20 seconds and placed over 90 seconds clear of his nearest rival in Enduro 3.
Behind Schröter, it was a KTM 2-3 with Davide von Zitzewitz securing the runner-up result while topping the Enduro 2 category from Marco Neubert, who also placed third overall.
In the Enduro 1 class Husqvarna’s Andi Beier topped the classification.
The German Enduro Championship now takes a couple of months break before rounds four and five in Burg in August.
Results - German Enduro Championship, Dahlen
Detailed Results: German Enduro Championship, Dahlen