2019 Hard Enduro Series Germany gets set for a busy summer including a SuperEnduro Saturday at the Weinberg Xtrem.
The 2019 season of Hard Enduro in Germany will see a boosted programme for the round at Weinberg Xtrem with a SuperEnduro running on the Saturday in Hamma.
Blake Gutzeit added to the championship mix after taking the previous round win in Crimmitschau. The fight for the overall is close between Robert Scharl, Gutzeit and Tim Apolle in that order.
The final five rounds for 2019 are fast approaching with August and September busy months, despite recent hot weather conditions in central Europe.
Remaining HESG 2019 race dates:
August 11, 1st ADAC Vellahner Hardenduro
August 24, ESX Neugattersleben
September 1, Weinberg Xtrem Hamma
September 15, Meltwitz
October 19, Schwepnitz
Series manager Denis Günther is very happy with the current entries: “Despite the current summer weather, the online entries are going very well. We are on the same level as last year, which makes us very positive.”
Online registrations for the race in Hamma race opened this week and include the Superenduro to be raced the evening before for an additional €10.00. Similar to Crimmitschau earlier in the season, the programme in Hamma will see qualifying runs leading to the final on the Saturday afternoon and evening.
Jan Hoffmann of the Südharzer MSC describes the Weinberg Xtreme program: “We have two full race days at our track of the Südharzer MSC. The DMV Endurance Masters, a racing series for quads, will start on Saturday and to fill the evening we will complete the programme with the Superenduro.
“Sunday will be dedicated to the HardEnduroSeries Germany and we will make sure that there is enough of a test [for riders] in the finals.”
The online entries for all events and more information: hardenduro-germany.de
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