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SMOLINSKI CLAIMS GERMAN CROWN NO.6

Former SGP racer Martin Smolinski stormed to his sixth German Championship in Gustrow on Saturday.

05 / 08 / 2018, 09:59

Former SGP racer Martin Smolinski stormed to his sixth German Championship in Gustrow on Saturday.

The 2014 New Zealand SGP winner topped the podium on 14 points, with only Erik Riss getting the better of him over five rides.

Riss joined him on the podium, but had to make do with third place after losing out to Kai Huckenbeck in a run-off for second after the pair tied on 13.

The result sees Smolinski extend his record as the most decorated champion since German reunification.

It also sees him surpass the nation’s sole world champion Egon Muller’s total of five West German titles.

 

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