Watson on top at Gaildorf

British Husky ace takes German series win
Briton Nathan Watson took a stunning overall victory in front of 15,700 spectators in the final round of the Gerrman International ADAC championship at the legendary Gaildorf circuit on Sunday.

The Ice One Husky rider took a clear victory in the opener from Frenchman Greg Aranda and GP front-runner Jeremy Seewer. The second moto fourth was enough to give Watson the overall win, despite the moto being won by his team-mate Max Nagl.

The series was won overall by Suzuki GP rider Glen Coldenhoff who missed the last round. German Dennis Ulrich took second overall in the series from Seewer. Watson ended up 16th after missing the first two of the four rounds.

First moto:
1 Nathan Watson
2 Greg Aranda
3 Jeremy Seewer
4 Angus Heidecke
5 Dennis Ullrich
17 Calvin Vlaanderen

Second moto:
1 Max Nagl
2 Dennis Ullrich
3 Jeremy Seewer
4 Nathan Watson
5 Pascal Rauchenecker
13 Calvin Vlaanderen

1 Nathan Watson 43 Pnt
2 Jeremy Seewer 40 Pnt
3 Dennis Ullrich 38 Pnt
4 Angus Heidecke 31 Pnt
5 Boris Maillard 29 Pnt

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