Four riders enter German Hard Enduro Series final round with Championship chances this weekend in Schwepnitz.
Kevin Gallas will arrive in East Saxony, Germany with the best chance of winning the inaugural 2018 HardEnduroSeries Germany championship this Saturday. The reigning SuperEnduro Junior World Champion has been hot favourite all season in the German outdoor series.
The Isegrim Enduro in Schwepnitz will host the final round with the top eight in the championship entered there is still plenty to play for in the German series.
Four riders still have a chance to win the championship however. Gallas has 72 points at the top of the tables with Leon Hentschel currently second on 67 points – Hentschel also leads the Junior class supported by Enduro.de (where he needs only one point to win).
Like Hentschel, Dirk Peter only needs one more point in the senior ranking to take that title this weekend.
Still in with a theoretical chance of the overall title, and the 1000 Euro prize pot, are also Robert Scharl (60 points) and Tobias Wittek (54 points).
The X-Grip Prolog Award also has some tension this weekend with Kevin Gallas and Leon Hentschel sit just four points apart. Since a win in the qualifying prologue race brings seven points more than second place, both riders have the title within reach.
Entries are still possible if you are quick: hardenduro-germany.de/registration
An exciting lap awaits the riders, which will take place especially in the group races a lot of driving fun will offer. The lap will be about 10 minutes and some new sections in the final. In the finals where 20 riders out of each group races the race will be especially exhausting for the drivers and spectacular for the spectators.
It all starts in Schwepnitz at 9am on Saturday, November 3, with the prologue.
More information: hardenduro-germany.de
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