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By taking a double lap, Dillier and Lampater have taken the lead at the halfway point of the Six-Days of Zürich

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28.11.2014 @ 14:20 Posted by Emil Axelgaard

After taking the lead on the opening day, Mark Cavendish and Iljo Keiise have been relegated to second in the Six-Days of Zürich which is held over four days. By taking a double lap, Leif Lampater and Silvan Dillier have taken the lead.

 

On the second day of the Six-Days of Zürich, local hero Silvan Dillier and his German partner Leif Lampater made a "Doublette" by taking two laps which was enough to take the lead in the overall standings. The pair now have a lead of one lap over five other teams.

 

Mark Cavendish and Iljo Keisse are second ahead of the Belgian duo of Kenny De Ketele and Jasper de Buyst, the winners of the race in Ghent. Danes Alex Rasmussen and Marc Hester are fourth whiler Spaniards David Muntaner und Albert Torres are fifth.  Tristan Marguet and Marcel Kalz are sixth in the same lap as Keisse and Cavendish.

 

Overall standings:

1. Leif Lampater / Silvan Dillier 118pt 

 

1 lap: 

2. Mark Cavendish / Iljo Keisse 129pt

3. Jasper de Buyst / Kenny De Ketele 124pt

4. Alex Rasmussen / Marc Hester 112pt

5. Albert Torres / David Muntaner 105pt

6. Tristan Marguet / Marcel Kalz 100pt

 

3 laps:

7. Andreas Müller / Andreas Graf 30pt

 

4 laps:

8. Roger Kluge / Jesper Morkov 44pt

 

5 laps:

9. Luke Roberts / Glenn O'Shea 49pt

10. Claudio Imhof / Gaël Suter 44pt

11. Morgan Kneisky / Vivien Brisse 35pt

12. Christian Grassmann / Jan-André Freuler 34pt

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