Six Days of Grenoble & Dortmund

France & Germany, Oct. 28 - Nov. 1, 1999

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Night 3 - October 30

Six days of Grenoble

Spaniards grab a lap

The Spanish world champions of 1997 - Juan Llaneras and Miguel Alzamora, gained a lap on the rest ot the leading quartet in the races on Friday evening of the Grenoble six days. However, they are still well behind in points to Baffi and Collinelli and also the Danes Piil and Sandst°d. But since there's a bonus lap for every 100 points, the Italians, with 199 points, will soon be even again which will force the Danes to try for a lap on Saturday.

Results after three nights of racing:

1. Juan Llaneras (Spa) - Miguel Alzamora (Spa)           161 pts

1 lap behind:
2. Adriano Baffi (Ita) - Andrea Collinelli (Ita)         199
3.  Jakob Piil (Den) - Michael Sandst°d (Den)            167
4 Frank Corvers (Bel) - Lorenzo Lapage (Bel)             145

2 laps behind:
5. Robert Sassone (Fra) - Jean-Michel Teissier (Fra)     151
6. Jens Lehmann (Ger) - Tayeb Braikia (Den)               115

4 laps behind:
7. Andy Flickinger (Fra) - JÚr˘me Neuville (Fra)          134
8. Jean Michel Monin (Fra) - Carlos Da Cruz (Fra)          85

6 laps behind: 
9. Robert Hayles (Gbr) - Franco Marvuli (Swi)              94

18 laps behind:
10. Lazlo Bodrogi (Hun) - Jean-Louis Bourgon (Fra)         71

21 laps behind:
11. Laurent Genty (Fra) - Francis Moreau (Fra)             63

24 laps behind:
12. Jacky Durand (Fra) - Pascal Chanteur (Fra)             70

58th Six days of Dortmund

One up for Aldag and Martinello

German Italian pair Rolf Aldag and Silvio Martinello lead the Swiss duo Risi and Betschart by one lap. The lap was gained by just reaching 200 points and a bonus lap. The Swiss are low on points but should be able to make the lap score even during Sunday's races, but they are so low on points that they probably have to gain a lap to win the whole race.

The other top pairs trail by two laps but have points enough to threaten the Swiss pair. If they ever get even on laps. Madsen and Beikirch won the Saturday evenings 40 minute chase and also gained, together with Kappes and Pollack, a lap. In the full hour chase later on, the top pairs came back. Aldag-Martinello won ahead of Bartko-McGrory and Risi-Betschart.

Results after night 3:

1 Silvio Martinello (Ita) - Rolf Aldag (Ger) 200 pts

1 lap behind:
2 Bruno Risi (Swi) - Kurt Betschart (Swi) 		176

2 laps behind:
3 Robert Bartko (Ger) - Scott McGrory (Aus) 		180
4 Jimmi Madsen (Den) - Andreas Beikirch (Ger) 		176
5 Andreas Kappes (Ger) - Olaf Pollack (Ger) 		109

6 laps behind:
6 Christian Lademann (Ger) - Stefan Steinweg (Ger) 	102

9 laps behind:
7 Matthew Gilmore (Bel) - Etienne Dewilde (Bel) 	37

11 laps behind:
8 Lars Teutenberg (Ger) - Christian Weber (Sui) 	79

12 laps behind:
9 Juan Curuchet (Arg) - Gabriel Curuchet (Arg) 		27

14 laps behind:
10 Frank Kowatschitsch - Erik Weispfennig (Ger) 	52
11 Gerd D÷rich (Ger) - Mario Vonhof (Ger) 		43
12 Marco Villa (Ita) - Ronny Lauke (Ger) 		30

20 laps behind:
13 Alexander Fedenko - Vasyl Yakovlev (Ukr) 		19

35 laps behind:
14 Isaac Galvez - Capilla Gonzalez (Spa) 		32