Zabel and Lampater win Bremen Six Day
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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Zabel and Lampater win Bremen Six Day

by VeloNation Press at 7:27 AM EST   comments
Categories: Pro Cycling, Track
 
Germans Erik Zabel and Leif Lampater have won the 45th edition of the Bremen Six Day Race. The duo took the win from fellow countryman Olaf Pollack and Swiss rider Franco Marvulli 431 to 416.

The race took a turn for the worse when Pollack became involved in a massive pileup while still in contention. He was taken to the hospital and to be treated for what looked like a broken collarbone.

There is only one race left for the 38-year-old Zabel. His last race will be ridden along side Rober Bartko in Berlin from January 22-27.


Final Results:
1. Erik Zabel / Leif Lampater (Ger) 431 points
2. Olaf Pollack / Franco Marvulli (Ger / SWI) 416
3. Bruno Risi / Danny Stam (SWI / Ned) 345
1 lap:
4. Robert Bartko / Andreas Beikirch (Ger) 325
3 laps:
5. Leon van Bon / Kenny The Ketele (Ned / Bel) 239
5 laps:
6. Marc Hester / Luke Roberts (Den / Aus) 316
7. Robert Bengsch / Erik Mohs (Ger) 223
8 laps:
8. Christian Grassmann / Andreas Muller (Ger) 173
15 laps:
9. Christian Lademann / Sebastian Siedler (Ger) 153
24 laps:
10. Sebastian Frey / Marcel Barth (Ger) 104
at 33 laps:
11. Daniel Musiol / Christian Bach (Ger) 81
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