Race results: ADAC MX Masters RD4 – Nagl domination at Bielstein

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Race One: Max Nagl grabbed the holeshot and never looked back in the opening race. Jordi Tixier worked his way into second for a KMP Honda 1-2. Adam Sterry rode well after taking a good start to come home in fourth behind Jakub Teresak.

After what Max Spies went through in Italy a week ago with internal bleeding and finding out that he’d be riding with a broken hip, it was a surprise to even see him line up. After a bad start he recovered to eighth.

Race Two: Sterry took the holeshot and was looking great on his Schmicker KTM on a flat track after a lot of prep. The Brit had Nagl hot on his heels and he quickly made a move to pull away at the front and dominate.

Sterry rode well for second ahead of Finish talent, Jere Haavisto.

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Race Three: It was the perfect weekend for Nagl as he dominated again to go 1-1-1. This time it was a KMP Honda 1-2 as Tixier finished second ahead of Ullrich and Haavisto. Sterry was fifth which was enough to get him on the podium with a third overall.

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