More than 170 teams gathered in Profen, Germany to compete at the Baja Deutschland 2015. Gladiator Sports Association and Alex Kovatchev, known for the Breslau Poland and Balkan Off Road Rallye did the best job possible. Thanks to the support of the Leipzig 4×4 club the Baja Deutschland 2015 was spectacular!
The race was held from 23rd to 25th of October, it gathered more than 170 teams that competed in an old coal mine in Profen near Leipzig. Cars, SXS, trucks, ATVs and motorcycles raced eachother on a race course that was anything but easy.
Alexander Kovatchev and the Gladiator Sports Association together with the Leipzig 4×4 club prepared a long and challenging route. On Friday, October 23rd, the registration and technical inspections was held in the base camp while the ORGA checked the Baja Deutschland 2015 roadbook route for one last time.
With more than 260 km each day, the outcome of the race was uncertain to the very end. Navigation mistakes and broken parts took the toll and only the most persistent finished the race, if they were lucky.
Although short, the Baja Deutschland 2015 can be considered as a marathon. Not only the race was more than 528 km long. But without careful race strategy, clarity and physical preparation it was not possible to successfully finish this event.
The Baja Deutschland was one of the last major 2015 European competitions; exciting and beautiful to those who were there and too bad for those who could not attend.
After a long weekend full of adrenaline show here are the winners of this magnificent edition of the Baja Deutschland.
German Matthias Kurz won the motorcycle category under 180 kg. While in the over 180 kg, the victory went to Gerd Kropf, also from Germany. Among the quads, the race was won by Nikke Harkjaelig (Denmark).
As in the moto category, hosts have also triumphed in the side by side with Juergen Schumann. Venda Svoboda (CZ) has won the class Trucks over 7.5 tons. First place for Trucks under 7.5 tons went to Daniel Guenther.
Car class below 2000 ccm was won by Stefan Henken, while Dutchamn Ronald Schoolderman won the above 2000 ccm class.
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