14 October 2019

FEI Driving World Cup 2019/2020: who starts where

This afternoon, the draw for the FEI Driving World Cup season 2019/2020 took place and it was decided which driver starts where:

Lyon (FRA), 2-3 November 2019:
Boyd Exell (AUS)
Joszef Dobrovitz (HUN)
Koos de Ronde (NED)
Bram Chardon (NED)
Jérôme Voutaz (SUI)

Maastricht (NED), 8-9 November 2019:
Boyd Exell (AUS)
Mareike Harm (GER)
Koos de Ronde (NED)
IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
Glenn Geerts (BEL)

Stuttgart (GER), 15-16 November 2019:
Glenn Geerts (BEL)
Benjamin Aillaud (FRA)
Chester Weber (USA)
Jozsef Dobrovitz (HUN)
Boyd Exell (AUS)

Stockholm (SWE), 29-30 November 2019:
Boyd Exell (AUS)
Koos de Ronde (NED)
Benjamin Aillaud (FRA)
Mareike Harm (GER)
Glenn Geerts (BEL)

Budapest (HUN), 29-30 November 2019:
Bram Chardon (NED)
IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
Chester Weber (USA)
Jérôme Voutaz (SUI)
Jozsef Dobrovitz (HUN)

Geneva (SUI), 14-15 December 2019:
Glenn Geerts (BEL)
Boyd Exell (AUS)
Bram Chardon (NED)
Benjamin Aillaud (FRA)
Mareike Harm (GER)

London Olympia (GBR), 19-21 December 2019:
Koos de Ronde (NED)
Mareike Harm (GER)
Ijsbrand Chardon (NED)
Chester Weber (USA)
Jozsef Dobrovitz (HUN)

Mechelen (BEL), 29-30 December 2019:
Jérôme Voutaz (SUI)
Koos de Ronde (NED)
Bram Chardon (NED)
IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
Chester Weber (USA)

Leipzig (GER), 17-19 January 2020:
Bram Chardon (NED)
IJsbrand Chardon (NED)
Chester Weber (USA)
Benjamin Aillaud (FRA)
Jérôme Voutaz (SUI)

The Final will be held in Bordeaux (FRA) on 8 and 9 February 2020 and will be open for the Top 6 Drivers of the standings after Leipzig.

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