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Track Cycling: Six Days of Berlin - Night 2 Results
 
By Fabio
Date: 1/25/2003
Track Cycling: Six Days of Berlin - Night 2 Results
 

92nd "Berliner Sechstagerennen" - Night 2: Big time for Marco Villa and reigning champion Silvio Martinello: the Italian pair won the first, 45-minute chase of the night, and took third in the 30-minute Madison won by Gilmore and McGrory to move to the top of the ranking after the second night of racing in Berlin's velodrom.

The experienced Italians are leading Switzerland's Risi and Betschart, who ranked second in the 45-minute chase and fourth in the other one, by 5 points. Germany's Kappes and Beikirch, as well as Scott McGrory and Matt Gilmore (who gained one place on Friday night session and are up into fourth position) are trailing one lap behind.

Britain's Chris Newton and Italian partner Adriano Baffi ranked third in the 45-minute Madison and gained one place overall, moving up to eighth, while Marty Nothstein and Jean-Pierre Zyl remained in spot number 10, now 5 laps down to the leaders.

World Team Sprint Champion Craig McLean of the UK lost one place in the Sprinters competition and moved down to fifth. Friday's session of the race was marked by an absolute German domination, with all three contenders from the host country in the podium places, and Jens Fielder keeping the overall leadership ahead of Sören Lausberg and René Wolff, whereas french sensation Laurent Gané dropped to fourth.

There was glory for all three germans in Friday's races, as Wolf took the Keirin ahead of his two fellow countrymen (McLean ranked fifth), Fiedler was the fastest in the Lap Time Trial (he covered 250 metres in 13"085, McLean took fifth again), and Lausberg outsprinted Wolff and Fielder in the third race, McLean being last this time.

As for Stayers, last year's winner Carsten Podlesch. and overnight leader Stefan Klare, both from Germany, exchanged their previous places in the standings, with the former gaining the top spot, and the latter dropping to third, while Switzerland's Peter Jörg is still second overall.

92th Six Days of Berlin - Overall Standings after Night 2

1. Silvio Martinello – Marco Villa (ITA) - 110 points

2. Bruno Risi – Kurt Betschart (SWI) - 105 points

at 1 lap

3. Andreas Kappes – Andreas Beikrich (GER) - 102 points

4. Scott McGrory (AUS) – Matthew Gilmore (BEL) - 70 points

at 2 laps

5. Robert Slippens – Danny Stam (HOL) - 68 points

at 3 laps

6. Guido Fulst – Andreas Müller (GER) - 62 points

7. Franco Marvulli – Alexander Aeschbach (SWI) - 55 points

8. Adriano Baffi (ITA) – Chris Newton (GBR) - 21 points

at 4 laps

9. Jimmi Madsen – Michael Sandstřd (DEN) - 10 points

at 5 laps

10. Marty Nothstein (USA) – Jean-Pierre van Zyl (RSA) - 33 points

at 6 laps

11. Jérôme Neuville – Franck Perque (FRA) - 34 points

12. Lars Teutenberg – Frank Kowatschitsch (GER) - 26 points

13. Jens Lehmann – Gerd Dörich (GER) - 25 points

14. Franz Stocher (AUT) – Jozef Zabka (SVK) - 17 points

15. Lorenzo Lapage (BEL) – Ronny Lauke (GER) - 6 points

at 7 laps

16. Mario Vonhof (GER) – Jimmy Hansen (DEN) - 37 points

17. Christian Bach – Erik Weispfennig (GER) - 20 points

18. Stefan Steinweg – Marc Altmann (GER) - 8 points



Sprinter Cup Getränke-Hoffmann: Overall Standings after Night 2

1. Jens Fiedler (GER)

2. Sören Lausberg (GER)

3. René Wolff (GER)

4. Laurent Gané (FRA)

5. Craig McLean (GBR)

6. Ainars Kiksis (LAT)



Stayers Preis: Overall Standings after Night 2

1. Carsten Podlesch (GER) - 4 points

2. Peter Jörg (SWI) - 4 points

3. Stefan Klare (GER) - 5 points

4. Francis de Jager (HOL) - 9 points

5. Lubomir Mazel (CZE) - 9 points

6. Jan Richter (GER) - 12 points

7. Marco Ulbricht (GER) - 13 points

8. Frank Schneider (GER) - 16 points

Detailed news and results of all main track cycling events held so far this season available in the links below.


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SIX DAYS OF BERLIN (Germany - Jan. 24-29, 2003):
* Race Preview & Night 1 Results

SIX DAYS OF STUGGART (Germany - Jan. 17-22, 2003):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Night 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 Results & Final Overall Standings

SIX DAYS OF BREMEN (Germany - Jan. 09-14, 2003):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Night 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 Results & Final Overall Standings

66th GROSSER WEIHNACHTSPREIS (Germany - Dec. 26, 2002):
* Race Results & Report

SIX DAYS OF NOUMEA (New Caledonia - Nov. 29 - Dec. 04, 2002):
* Race Preview & Day 1 Results
* Night 2 Results
* Night 3 Results
* Night 4 Results
* Night 5 Results
* Night 6 Results & Final Overall Standings

SIX DAYS OF GENT (Belgium - Nov. 19-24, 2002):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Night 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 Results & Final Overall Standings

OPEN DES NATIONS / KEIRIN OPEN (France - Nov. 15-17, 2002):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Final Results

SIX DAYS OF MUNICH (Germany - Nov. 07-12, 2002):
* Race Preview
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Night 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 - Final Results

SIX DAYS OF DORTMUND (Germany - October 31 - Nov. 05, 2002):
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Day 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 - Final Results

SIX DAYS OF GRENOBLE (France - October 31 - Nov. 05, 2002):
* Night 1 - Results & GC
* Night 2 - Results & GC
* Night 3 - Results & GC
* Day 4 - Results & GC
* Night 5 - Results & GC
* Night 6 - Final Results

SIX DAYS OF AMSTERDAM (Holland - Oct. 21-26, 2002):
* Six days history relived (Final Standings)

MEMORIAL NOEL FORE' (Belgium - Nov. 11, 2002):
* Elite Race - Full Results

Track Cycling - 2002/2003 Season Calendar (Updated)

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