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Chris Pfeiffer bags another German Stuntriding Open

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Chris Pfeiffer in action
Chris Pfeiffer has won the German Stuntriding Open held past weekend at the Hockenheimring. The Bavarian successfully defending his 2009 title.

"I am very happy to win. There were a lot of the worldå«s best riders competing, a lot of new, extremely difficult tricks taken to the stage and the final proved to be nerv-wrecking," Pfeiffer said after the event.

Saturday saw the qualifying held on an area of 30 x 80 meters. Eight out of 41 participants transferred to Sundayå«s final. The main event staged on the start/finish straight of the well-known road racing circuit saw Pfeiffer, winner on Saturday, to start last. He watched his rivals, knew what they had been showing and how the judges responded to their tricks.

Following Rafal Pasierbeck, Sebastien Desbonnet and Thomas Sagnier, Pfeiffer knew he had to take some risk to capture the win. Pfeiffer delivered with his latest trick, the throwing his BMW F 800 R into a 180 brake slide roll back, although he hadnå«t been totally confident it was going to work. But the defending champ mastered it fine, moving to a "no hands circle wheelie".

"Yep, that went good," Pfeiffer explains. "I was really flowing afterwards, barely making a mistake. I made it to the superfinal together with Pasierbek, Desbonnet and Sagnier."

The second performance lasted four and a half minutes again, with Chris underlining what a class act he is.

"Looking at the other riders, my second run wasnå«t the most difficult, but almost error-free again. Pretty stylish, I would say. I earned the highest points score once more and repeated last yearå«s victory," the old and new champ added.

Pfeiffer also took the German title on Sunday morning. This championship was decided in one run.

Stuntriding German Open
1. Chris Pfeiffer, GER, 56,0
2. Sebastien Desbonnet, FRA, 50,0
3. Rafal Pasierbeck, POL, 49,5
4. Thomas Sagnier, FRA, 46,0
5. Martin Kratky, CZE

Stuntriding German Championship
1. Chris Pfeiffer, 27,0
2. Bastian Buchan, 20,0
3. Andreas Halcour, 19,5
4. Stephan GÌ_nther, 19,0
5. Arjan de-Graaf, 16,5

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