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2009

To open the race season with the race of the races, the term for HUNT-THE-WOLF competition was set on 10th-12th of April. Successful: the weather was beautiful for the first time and despite the economical crisis 51 pilots from Romania, Germany, Italy and Slovakia came to participate at the race. Once again there have been some new features for this special event: Can-Am entered as a main sponsor of the race, a part of the trial has been displaced in the town, in front of the largest shopping center in Transylvania, in addition for the first time there have been introduced four different categories: besides ATV – EXTREM also ATVs – OPEN, Quad and SIDE by SIDE – all with their own trails in the surrounding forests of Cluj-Napoca. Special trials challenged both beginners and professionals, whereas the routes were noted as being less technical than those in 2008. The other categories permitted a speedy driving, although in the Quad category the Romanian master Razvan Irimescu didn’t leave anyone a chance. Sunday afternoon ended the third edition without serious injury and due to the GPS records, after a clear classification, the award show could take place.

Rank:

ATV EXTREME

  1. Bogdan Angelescu, 10:59”, Can-Am Renegade 800, Turda
  2. Mihaly Szabo, 11:22”, Can-Am Renegade 800, Cluj-Napoca
  3. Viorel Mocanu, 15:40”, Suzuki Kingquad 750, Sibiu

ATV OPEN

  1. Dan Siminie, 10:50”, Can-Am Outlander 800XT
  2. Vlad Vaslin, 11:58”, Suzuki Kingquad 750
  3. Mihai Bajdechi, 13:10”, Suzuki King Quad 750

QUAD

  1. Răzvan Irimescu, 4:30”, KTM 525, Timişoara
  2. Ticoş Daniel, 8:06”, Can-Am DS 450, Cluj-Napoca
  3. Buta Dan, 12:07”, KTM 525, Sibiu

SIDE-BY-SIDE

  1. Lucian Man, CF Moto 500-3
  2. Wolfgang Roth, Arctic Cat Prowler 650

Night race:

  1. Team Mihai Lăzăroaie and Marius Coman, 53′
  2. Daniel Ticoş, 55′ 3. Team Viorel Mocanu and Dan Buta, 62′
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