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Congratulations to the 2017, 2018 and 2019 champion:
Joerg Lymant from Germany.
Sponsored by Mosten Raceday
Race #5 in the 2019 Euroserie:
Mosten Race Day in Bode, Denmark.
A sprint race on the 1/8 mile.
Supertwin Top Gas was the biggest class at the event, an official Euroserie race for the tenth time in a row, with more then twenty Top Gas teams on the entree list.
All riders would get four chances, then the top four would battle it out in one more final round. Reaction times did not have an influence the outcome of the race.
Joerg Lymant leads the point list of the 2019 championship since the first race, with Cord Albers chasing him, after Cord won at the last two races, Mantorp Park and Hockenheim.
Jorgen Godske was first in line on Friday morning at the first round of qualifications.
Jorgen's best time at Mosten last year was 7.7 seconds, now he started the race doing 7.1.
Carsten "Mecky" Hormann and his wife Sabine have attended all the euroserie races.
Mecky's first pass was in in 6.4 seconds.
Peter Niklas (below) was still looking for the proper set-up of the clutch and ended at the bottom of the list after the first round.
Malte foit's bike stalled, just after the launch, and did not set a time.
Sven Ole Schleichert was the first of the five Harley factory dragbikes on the track.
Ole did 6.2 on his Destroyer at his first attempt.
Horst Petersen (below) went quicker, he did 6.14.
Anders Jensen on his supercharged Harley was next in line.
Jensen's first result was a nice 5.32.
Chris van Nimmen's bike stopped near the tree.
Gert Caspari's bike (below) hesitated at the the start, just after lifting the wheel.
Young Jaakko Miettinen from Finland (below) did a great pass of 5.9 seconds on the V-Rod Destroyer, and ended at place #7 of the first qualification list.
Martin Buehler (below) made great progress this season after developing the homemade "Bauer Godden" in his workshop in Switserland and did a fat new personal best at Gardermoen, followed by his first "seven seconds"run at Mantorp Park, where he became the runner-up of that event.
A poor 60-foot time for Martin, and 6.0 seconds at the finish, but a nice 225 Kmh top speed, indicating that the bike is powerfull.
John Hansen's V-rod Destroyer (below) stopped after less then one meter, then he went back to the pits.
Peter Jonas Junkergard (below) did 6.9 in the first round.
Torbjörn Ström (below) did a nice 5.3 on the beautiful "Yellow Jacket" bike.
Ström's time was good for place #3 after the first round.
Larsa Wahlqvist (below) did 5.8 on the turbocharged V-rod.
Mats Larsson did a big burnout on this Turbo Harley, followed by a 7.2 seconds pass.
Larsson and his team had to solve all kinds of problems, the last few seasons, but now all systems seem to work. Mats just needs more track time to tune it further.
Just like at the last few races, Frederik Schack's bike was not running like it should be.
Frederik needed almost a second more time then during his personal best.
It was Jens Peter Hoffmeister's first visit to Mosten Race Day. Jens was the first to arrive, and he loved every minute of it.
Hoffmeister could not keep it straight and went off throttle early at his first run.
Andreas "Roadbreaker" Herr (below) did 6.15 in his first run.
Cord Albers and Christian Bruhn did not come out in round one. Joerg Lymant (below) was the last topgassser of the first session, and he did a great run!
4.72 seconds, and on top of the list.
Schack's team was working on their bike while the others lined up for the second round of qualifications.
Chris van Nimmen made his first full pass, good for place #12 after that round.
Martin Buehler (below) improved to 5.4 and did 230 Kmh.
Malte Foit tried again, and his bike stopped again, shortly after the launch. John Hansen made his first pass, in 7.5 seconds. Larsa Wahlqvist improved to 5.7 but dropped one place on the list. Peter Niklas had problems starting his bike, and did not make a pass.
Christian Bruhn's Ducati hesitated at the start resulting in a high 60-foot time.
Christian entered the list with a 6.5.
Torbjörn Ström (above) improved little, but stayed at place #3.
Problems for Cord Albers after his burnout.
The bike ran at high revs, would not idle, so Albers went back to the pits.
6.9 seconds for Jorgen Godske in there second round, the others did not improve.
A great step forward for Martin Buehler in the third round.
Buehler did 5.1 and went to place #2 on the list.
Malte Foit (below) dropped some some water on the track, but made a full pass, and entered the list on place #17.
"Mecky" Hormann passed Schleichert on the list and went to place #9 after doing 6.16.
Jens Peter Hoffmeister (below) went from place #16 to #12.
Our new member Michael Schmidlin had traveled to Denmark to buy the bike of Jesse and Birch and made himself useful assisting Jens Peter at the start.
A sight improvement for Christian Bruhn, but he was passed by Hoffmeister, so he dropped one place.
Peter Jonas Junkergard also did better, and passed Godske on the list, but stayed in his place.
Peter Niklas went 10.6 and stayed at the bottom of the list.
Torbjörn Ström did a little bit better again and passed Jensen, but was passed by Buehler, so stayed at place #3.
No improvement for the others in the third round.
Albers did not come out in round three, and Cord and Yvonne replaced a crank bearing.
Saturday was a hot day, and the Top Gas racers lined up at noon for the last qualification round.
Christian Bruhn did a little bit better but dropped two places. A slight improvement for Horst Peterson but he dropped four places.
Chris van Nimmen had consulted Speedy on friday night and jumped to place #8 on Saturday.
Andreas Herr improved to 6.0 seconds, but dropped two places on the list.
Cord Albers was not yet qualified, but made a great 4.7 seconds pass and did 240 kmh at the finish line.
So Cord was certain to be in the final round.
Gerd Caspari (below) was almost at the bottom of the list but jumped to place #10 after his last attempt.
A better time for Malte Foit, but down two places. Same thing for Andreas Herr. Junkergard also improved, but he dropped three places.
Mats Larsson (above) did his best pass of the season and went up three places.
Top qualifier Joerg Lymant was the last to run, but Joerg and the others could not improve.
On Saturday afternoon the final round was held, with the top four of the above list.
Martin Buehler ran first, but did a disappointing six second pass. Albers did his best run of the race, 4.74 seconds and again 240 Kmh.
Torbjörn Ström needed five seconds to get to the end, and Joerg Lymant won the race with 4.71!
More about Mosten Race Day 2019 here...
Many thanks to Holger, Laffie, Morten and all the others at Mosten, see you next year!
The final race of the Euroserie has been cancelled.
Watch the best results of all racers on the European Drag Racing Database
The 2019 calendar for the Euroserie Supertwin Top Gas:
Season's opener: EDRS, Malmö, Sweden: 11 and 12 May. (read report)
Race #2: Norwegian Bike Festival, Gardermoen, Norway: 14-16 June. (read report)
Race #3: Mantorp Drag Revival, Mantorp park, Sweden. 25-28 July. (read report)
Race # 4: Hockenheim, Germany: 16-18 August. (read report)
Race #5: Mosten Raceday, Denmark: 29 august - 1 September.
Race #6: Drachten Finals, DHRA, The Netherlands: 20 - 22 September.
The five best results of these six races will count for the 2019 Euroserie championship.
Calendar in PDF with details here...
Official 1/4 mile record: 7.383 sec.
Set by Joerg Lymant,Germany. set at Gardermoen Raceway, Norway. 15-06-2019
Official 1/8 mile record: 4.591 sec.
Set by Joerg Lymant,Germany, set at Malmö raceway, Sweden, on the 12th of may 2019
The 2018 calendar for the Euroserie Supertwin Top Gas:
Season's opener: EDRS, Malmö, Sweden: 19 may and 20 may.(read report)
Race #2: Speeddays, Alkersleben, Germany: 07-10 june. (read report)
Race #3: Drag day, Hokovice, Czech Rep: 23-24 june. (read report)
Race : 4: Main Event, Drachten, The Netherlands: 27-29 july. (read report)
Race #5: Hockenheim, Germany: 16-19 August. (read report)
Race #6 Mosten Raceday, Denmark: 31 august - 2 september. (read report)The five best results of these six races will count for the 2018 Euroserie championship.
Season's opener: Malmö, Sweden: 13-14 may (read report)
Race #2: Malmö, Sweden: 3-4 june (read report)
Race #3: Drachten, The Netherlands: 28-30 july (read report)
:Race #4: Hockenheim, Germany: 18-20 august (read report)
Race #5: Mosten Racedays, Denmark: 1 & 2 september (read report)
Race #6: Drachten, The Netherlands: 29 sept-1 october (not valid)
Read the season's review.
The best 5 results count for the 2017 championship________________________________________
Season's opener: 13-15 may Malmö, Sweden. (read report)
Race #2: Bechyne, Czech Rep: (read report)
Race #3: Drachten, The Netherlands: 1-3-july (read report)
Race #4: Hokovice, Czech Rep: 16 july (read report)
Race #5: Drachten, The Netherlands: 22-24-july (read report)
Race #6: Hockenheim, Germany: 19-21 august (read report)
Race #7: Mosten Racedays, Denmark: 2 & 3 september (read report)
Season's opener: Hoskovice, Czech Rep., 9 & 10 may (read report)
Race #2: Bechyne, Czech Rep: 30 & 31 may (read report)
Race #3: Malmö, Sweden: 26 - 28 june (read report)
Race #4: Drachten, The Netherlands: 10 - 12-july (read report)
Race #5: Hockenheim, Germany: 7- 9 august (read report)
Race #6: Mosten, Denmark: 28 & 29 august (read report)
Finals: Malmö, Denmark: 11-13 september (read report)
Read the 2014 preview.
Race Dates Supertwin Top Gas 2014:
3-4 may: Hoskovice airfield, Cz. Drag Day One, Knebl Drag Promotion (read report)
31 may-1june: Bechyne airbase, Cz. MSTO (read report)
28-29 june: Santa Pod raceway, UK. Summernationals SPRC (read report)
18-20 july: Malmö Raceway, Sweden (read report)
8-10 aug: Hockenheim, NitrOlympX, Germany (read report)
29-30 aug: Mosten Raceway, near Randers, Denmark (read report)
13-14 sept: Hoskovice airfield, Cz. Drag day Three, Knebl Drag Promotion (read report)
Read the 2015 preview.
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Race Dates Supertwin Topgas 2013:
4.-5. May, Drag Day Open Hoskovice CZ (read report)
25.-27. May, NAST Championship, Avon Park GB ( read report)
31. May 2. Juni, Grand Nationals Bechyne CZ ( read report)
3.-4. August, Vandel, Denmark ( read report)
9.-11. August, NitrOlympX Hockenheim D (read report)
16.-18. August, Dutch Finals Drachten NL Cancelled!!!
30-31. August, Mosten Race Days, Randers DK (read report)
15 September, Drag Day Finals Hoskovice CZ (read report)
The best six results count for the 2013 championship.
These were the 2012 race dates:
09-10 june: Drag Day Europe Hoskovice CZ (read report)
22-23-24 june: Dutch Open Drachten NL (read report)
29-30 juni/1 july: Dragster Eurogames Bechyne CZ (read report)
20-21-22 july: Dutch Open Drachten NL Cancelled!!!
10-11-12 aug: NitrOlympx Hockenheim D (read report)
17-18-19 aug: Dutch Open Finals Drachten NL (read report)
31aug-01 sep: Mosten Race Days Randers DK (read report)
2011 Euroserie dates:
07-08 may: Drag days1 Hoskovice Czech republic. (read report)
04-05 june: Drag days 2 Hoskovice Czech republic. (read report)
17-19 june: Dutch Open Drachten 1,The Netherlands (read report)
15-17 july: Dutch Open, Drachten 2,The Netherlands (read report)
12-14 aug: , Nitrolympx Hockenheim, Germany. (read report)
26-28 aug: Dutch open finals, Drachten 3, The Netherlands (read report)
01-04 sept: Mosten MC Race days, Randers, Denmark.(read report)
Season's review 2012
The six best results count for the 2011 championship.
These were the 2010 Euroserie Supertwin Topgas race dates:
8-9 mai: Hoskovice, Cz (read report)
18-20 june: Drachten, Nl (read report)
9-11 july: Drachten, Nl (read report)
29 july - 1 august: Mantorp, Se (read report)
13-15 august: Hockenheim, De (read report)
20-22 august: Drachten, Nl (read report)
2-4 september: Mosten, Dk (read report)
Best six results count for the 2010 championship.
This were he race dates for the euroserie supertwin topgas 2009.
15-17 mai: Malmö. Se. (read report)
13-14 june: Hoskovice ,Cz (read report)
19-21 june: Drachten, Nl (read report)
3-5 july: Luckau, De (read report)
10-12 july: Drachten, Nl (read report)
14-16 august: Hockenheim, De (read report)
21-23 august: Drachten, Nl (read report)
Best six results count for the championship.
Watch the quarter finals 21 june 2009 Drachten:
1) Malmo (S) 31 May- 1 June
2) Hoskovice (Cz) 13-15 june (read report)
3) Drachten (NL) 20-22 june (read report)
4) Luckau (D) 4-6 july (read report)
5) Drachten (NL) 11-13 july (read report)
Testing and tuning can be done
in Hockenheim on 9-10
6) Hochenheim (D) 15-16-17 aug. (read report)
7) Drachten (NL) 29-31 aug. (read report)
Race reports for 2007:
18- 20 may: Malmö (read report)
16-17 june: Hoskovice, Cz (read report) google earth placemark
29 june-1 july: Luckau, De. (read report) google earth placemark
13-15 july: Wittstock, De. (read report) google earth placemark
20-22 july: Turtmann, Ch. (read report) google earth placemark
17-19 aug: Hockenheim (read report) google earth placemark
Don't forget to check the 4sale section, there are a lot of fast bikes on it now and many parts.
Race Reports 2006:
1st race: 17-18 june: Hoskovice, Czech
rep. (read report)
2nd race: 30 june-2 july: Luckau, Germany. (read report)
3rd race: 8-9 july Kunmadaras, Hungaria. (read report)
4th race: 14-16 july Drachten, the Netherlands. (read report)
5th race: 21-23 july Turtmann, Switserland. (read report)
6th race: 12-13 aug Vandel, Denmark. (read report)