Germany national long track team

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Germany
Flag of Germany.svg
Association German Motor Union
Deutscher Motor Sport Bund
FIM code DMSB
Team manager Josef Hukelmann
Team captain
Nation Colour Black, Red and Yellow
World Championships
Team 3
Best result    Champion title (three times)
Individual

The Germany national long track team is the national long track team of Germany and is controlled by the Deutscher Motor Sport Bund. The team was started in all editions of Team Long Track World Championship and they won World Champion title all the time. The most popular German rider is Gerd Riss.

Competition[edit]

Team Long Track World Championship
Year & venue Pts. Riders
2007 Morizès 1 59 Stephan Katt (24), Gerd Riss (21), Matthias Kröger (9), Enrico Janoschka (5)
2008 Werlte 1 64 Gerd Riss (23), Bernd Diener (18), Matthias Kröger (16), Stephan Katt (7)
2009 Eenrum 1 55 Gerd Riss (26), Matthias Kröger (19), Enrico Janoschka (10), Richard Speiser (0)
2010 Morizès 1 57 Matthias Kröger (8), Stephan Katt (19), Richard Speiser (19), Martin Smolinski (11)

Riders[edit]

Riders who stareted in Team Long Track World Championship Finals:

See also[edit]

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