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Six Days of Amsterdam - 6D

Netherlands, October 16-21, 2006

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Day 4 - October 19:

Keisse and Villa take back the lead

Keisse and Villa have taken back the lead after the fourth night in Amsterdam. The Belgian/Italian combination took over on the track from the Swiss riders Risi and Marvulli. The leaders are in the same lap as the Dutch riders Stam and Schep, and only three points behind. Stam closed the night in style by claiming the win in the derny final behind his father Cees. They managed to beat Matthé Pronk and his derny Joop Zijlaard by a small margin. Former leaders Risi and Marvulli are one lap behind, on the same lap as German riders Bartko and Beikirch and the Spanish team Llaneras and Galvez.


1 Iljo Keisse/Marco Villa (Bel)                   224 pts
2 Danny Stam/Peter Schep (Ned)                    221

1 lap down

3 Bruno Risi/Franco Marvulli (Swi)                263 pts
4 Robert Barko/Andreas Beikirch (Ger/Bel)         147
5 Juan Llaneras/Isaac Galvez (Spa)                112

3 laps down

6 Michael Morkov/Alex Rasmussen (Den)             176 pts

4 laps down

7 Aart Vierhouten/Alexander Aesbach (Ned/Swi)      78 pts

7 laps down

8 Matthé Pronk / Jos Pronk (Ned)                   57 pts

12 laps down

9 Wouter van Mechelen/Dimitri Defauw (Bel)        182 pts
10 Niki Terpstra/Wim Stroetinga (Ned)              78

17 laps down 

11 Jens Mouris/Marc Hester (Ned/Den)               70 pts

19 laps down

12 Bobby Traksel/Gerd Dorich (Ned/Ger)             40 pts