iMBRA Endurance League Results Update

June 14, 2017

 

We've been very lucky to have had some fantastic racing at the recent iMBRA Endurance League events in Poland, Belgium and Slovenia, and we've just published the updated results so you can see how you are doing. If you head over to the 2017 League page you'll find links to each of the classes showing standings, events completed, and points. 

 

In the 3.5cc Andras Berta (H) has maintained his position at the top with another 10 points that were added in Slovenia, giving him 30 points for the year so far. Zack Humphries (GB) has jumped into second place following his win in Belgium, and now has 23 points. Finishing off the top 3 is Markus Schwab (D) with 21 points.

 

The 7.5cc has seen Mauro Braghieri (I) put two back to back wins together that see's him sitting on the top of the table with 40 points. Second and third place are a lot closer and are separated by just 2 points. Joachim Hof (D) and Evert De Ronde Jr (NL) have 22 points after attending 2 league events. Whilst Arkadiusz Sutkowski (PL) and Martin Fields (GB) have 20 points after their wins in Kleczew and Oudenaarde respectively.

 

Eric Costa (F) is top of the table in the 15cc with 40 points after his 2 wins in Gonzaga, and will be looking to make it 3 out of 3 at this weekends event in Saulxures. Mauro Braghieri (I) is in second place with 30 points after his class win in Velenje, with Christian Hof (D) and Zack Humphries (GB) in joint third on 19 points. 

 

The 27cc is seeing some very close racing, and the current table certainly shows this. The current points leader is that man again, Eric Costa (F) with 32 points, closely followed by Gabriele Belletti (I) with 27 points and Kjell Gunnar Noddeland (N) who has 23 points.

 

The final class is the 35cc which see's Frank Weßel (D) in first place, followed by Marek Walczak (PL) in second and Rob Raeymaekers (B) in third place. The number of competitors in the class seem to be dropping, so fingers crossed more will be attending the next events to allow for better racing.

 

Next up is the fantastic event in Saulxures, France, where racers who have been winning a different league events get go racing head to head.

 

See you there,

 

The iMBRA Committee

 

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