Max Speed ​​Festival at Meinerzhagen Airport

DSC_2822Especially spectacular at Max Speed ​​Festival was the appearance of the Italian team from Berghem. And not only because of the Sprint Lambrettas, but above all because of the cool and deeply relaxed drivers.

Sauro 'Tiranno' Roncelli, Francesco 'Magher' Mazzoleni, Fabrizio 'Nonna Vittoria' Gotti and Marco 'Zio Mario' Cortinovis have many new friends and admirers in Germany. According to her 800 km drive from the vicinity of Milan, they took a relaxed approach to the mornings and mornings and dealt with the technical acceptance (purely a matter of form) and the course of the racing event. After all, the first time she's a stretch longer than that 150 meters usual in Italy have driven.

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Now all times of the Max Speed ​​Festival 2009 are online:


normal_DSC_3314MSF Records Day

At the SCOOTER CENTER Max Speed ​​Festival at Meinerzhagen Airport (mzH´09) it hailed records in the best weather:

- over 1.000 visitors
- fastest scooter: 169,4km/h Piaggio ZIP
- fastest Lambretta 164,2 km/h
- fastest Vespa 144,8 km/h

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gbMSF - the countdown is running: it starts on Saturday, September 26.09.2009th, XNUMX. So only a few days until the start of the Max Speed ​​Festivals 2009 at Meinerzhagen Airport.

Red Bull will support the Max Speed ​​Festival with an event team.

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MaxSpeed ​​Festival 2009Tickets for our MAXSPEED FESTIVAL # 2 are available. The event will take place at the established Meinerzhagen MZH airport.

From an order value of 150 € and more, you can have a ticket sent to you free of charge. This is very easy in the online shop. To that MSF ticket to get it for free, you have to 'msf' enter as a voucher code.

So: Order for 150 € or more, add the ticket to the shopping cart and the voucher code at checkout 'msf' enter. The 10 € will then be credited to you.

Drivers for the Max Speed ​​Festival then pay their 5 € entry fee on site.

msf 2009

msf 2009

The date is: 26.09.2009.

The MaxSpeed ​​Festival (MSF) was the highlight of the season 2008 and will take place again in Meinerzhagen in 2009.

The OK for the location has just come.
Let the race begin!

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Oliver Kluger Vespa Racing Nurburgrin 2009

Scooter race on the Nürburgring 2009

Since 2004, regular scooter races have taken place on the Nürburgring again.

We owe this opportunity to the MSC Porz, who offers a “regularity run” for classic scooters as part of the Cologne course. For most of us that means: evenly full throttle! ;-)

The SCOOTER CENTER has been represented by the racing team every year since 2004.

On Saturday was heavy rain in the dry SCOOTER CENTER Box grilled and screwed in the paddock.
We were able to greet many friends and familiar faces again. The hard core was swept out of the box at 1:30 - after all, the first training session was scheduled for 10:40 on Sunday.


Sunday came up with the best weather. During training we had 20 minutes to determine the fastest drivers and then to determine the starting grid. In the first row of the grid there were 1 starters from SCOOTER CENTER Team (Harry Barlow & Christian Schneider).

If the weather was fine, repairs and maintenance work could be carried out in the open air after the first training session. After the SCK grill had given everything again at noon, the race started.

The Green Hell took its toll: of 65 starters, only 45 made it to the finish (cancellations, no accidents)

The SCOOTER CENTER Team was able to record several successes:

Place 2 Christian Schneider (Regularity evaluation)
Tanya Kluger - fastest woman in the field ;-)

The next appointment at the Nürburgring for classic scooters is September 13 “Renoldus Sprint”

The SCOOTER CENTER is looking forward to it!


normal_imgp87401st SCK Classic Day on Saturday:
Hats off! Thank you for your attendance - despite the adverse conditions - numerous!

Always nice to see that scooter ride at EVERY weather is fun. 80 test bench runs with a maximum of 38,2 HP on the rear wheel, over 100 sausages and plenty of cola, coffee and beer contributed to a relaxing day.

We hope you've got one or two bargains and we're excited to see how much stainless steel will be on soon Smallframes can be seen ;-).

normal_imgp87401st SCK Classic Day on Saturday:
Hats off! Thank you for your attendance - despite the adverse conditions - numerous!

Always nice to see that scooter ride at EVERY weather is fun. 80 test bench runs with a maximum of 38,2 HP on the rear wheel, over 100 sausages and plenty of cola, coffee and beer contributed to a relaxing day.

We hope you've got one or two bargains and we're excited to see how much stainless steel will be on soon Smallframes can be seen ;-).

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The current issue of the English scooter magazine “Scootering” (September 2008, No. 267) reports on our Max Speed ​​Festival MSF on a double page.

You can get scootering from us or direkt at Mortons.

The announced long video from the MSF Max Speed ​​Festival is ready and can be seen on Youtube from now on:

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Here are the results from the MaxSpeedFestival:

The fastest scooter in Europe was a Piaggio ZIP from the team SCOOTER CENTER, Driver Thorsten Wengeler with 159,4 km/h over a distance of 450 meters.

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Here are the photos from the weekend now PHOTOS

There is already a first video, but there is more to come ...

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The Max Speed ​​Festival was a great event!

Everyone had a lot of fun, some really stressful competition, and by the way, we were successful fastest scooter in Europe determined.

The name of our sponsor was program: GoFastSports.

With starters from Russia (1.000km journey !!!), Sweden, Belgium, Switzerland, Holland, France, England, Poland and of course Germany, the MSF was a mixed bag international event.

Also mixed because Vespa, Lambretta and automatic scooters started with each other.

As promised, top-class exhibitors in the pit lane and international VIPs were among the participants and visitors. Marc Broadhurst (MB Developments) traveled specially from England on his BMW. Sticky came to report for Scootering. Harry Barlow (Pro Porting) was without a racing scooter this time, but still in racing fever.

Maxiscoot from France presented itself with a lightning-fast 2-cylinder Sprinter. Scooter Attack surprised with one fully disguised prototypeswhich unfortunately could not be extended due to too much crosswind and a gearbox that was too long for the unexpectedly short distance.

Andreas Wrobel started with 2 Lambrettas. Darrel and Pete from SES Tuning Services from England with Lambretta and Italjet Dragster, respectively, were among the hardest-working drivers. You could see the fun of it !! read more

In the evening in Cologne, MSF visitors / participants who show their admission ticket will receive reduced admission and a WelcomeDrink in the Speaking of which.

Andi Aspossible plays night hits and classics here.

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Go Fast!

Besides MOTUL and IXS We could Go Fast Sports as the official sponsor for the Max Speed ​​Festival win.

Who has the fastest scooter in Europe?
Is the motto of the festival and which brand would be better suited as another sponsor than Go Fast Sports ?

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So far, the following exhibitors have registered for the pit lane:

Scooter Center
DSSC extension
Two-wheel house Fischer
K + S automobiles
PEP parts
street lights
Scooter Corner
Motorbike Technik Behlen

Are you / you are a dealer / manufacturer yourself and are interested in presenting the company and the company's products or services in the pit lane at the MSF? Here are Information for exhibitors.

Darrel Ward with his Lambretta, which has been converted for the quartermile, and Pete Newbold with his radically converted Dragster have confirmed for the Max Speed ​​Festival.

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Free tickets for MSF MaxSpeed ​​Festival

The tickets will soon be available in our shop.
The tickets cost 15,00 euros in advance.

At the moment there is an action at Scooter Center: to each Online purchase over 150 euros is there a ticket in the Value of 15 euros free of charge on this.

As befits a festival, there will be a big "Boxengasse“ give in the who is who of Scooterszene(n) extends a hand, in the truest sense of the word.
The interest on all sides is great, until today 16:30 p.m. the following participants are already at the start:

- iScoot
- MB Developments
- ProPorting (Harry Barlow)
- RTP RollerTuningPage
- Scooter Attack
- Scooter Center
- Stage 6
- Worb 5

The registration form for the MaxSpeed ​​Festival MSF is now activated.

IXSThe safety of the participants is very important to us. That is why there are special ones for the MSF Regulate regarding the technology and safety of the vehicles and of course there is again our obligatory technical inspection.

In cooperation with IXS, we are making leather suits available on loan for the MaxSpeed ​​Festival free of charge. Since the copies are only available in limited numbers, they can only be borrowed for one run at a time.

Supported this as early as 1999 SCOOTER CENTER Andreas Wrobel during his attempt with the Lambretta die 200km/h To break the limit.
Due to transmission problems, Andi was only able to drive in 3rd gear and achieved remarkable results here 165km/h.

We were also at the start of the second event at Bitburg Airport the following year. Here Oliver Kluger reached (SCOOTER CENTER) proud with a street legal Lambretta 157,52km /h and was therefore the fastest classic scooter.
Ulf Schroeder (SCOOTER CENTER), also with a Lambretta, 146,11 km/h - in 3rd gear - the 4th gear was defective, the scooter probably rightly bears the name Rubbish Racer. ;-)
Incidentally, the fastest scooter at the time was a Piaggio ZIP from SIP or Stoffi 159,56km/h.

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