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SEC – Final 4: Leon Madsen is the new champion!

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SEC - Final 4: Leon Madsen is the new champion! In the Final 4 of the SEC – the Speedway European Championship, held in Pardubice, Czech Republic, the Dane Leon Madsen made up the loss to Janusz Kołodziej and grabbed the gold medal of the Individual European Championship. Silver went to Kołodziej, while bronze to Mikkel Michelsen. Before the start of the meeting, Kołodziej was on the lead of the interim classification, and already in the first series he increased the advantage over Madsen. Both were scoring well, and ended the regular phase with 11 points each. That result meant, they compete in the 'last chance' heat, in which Madsen crossed the finish line as first, while Kołodziej was fourth. In the final, Madsen needed to win or to be second to win the title. And it happened. In the last heat of the whole series, Madsen took the first
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European U19 Individual Speedway Championship: Jesper Knudsen crowned Champion!

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European U19 Individual Speedway Championship: Jesper Knudsen crowned Champion! Final round for the European Under 19 Individual Speedway Championship in Nagyhalász, Hungary. A thrilling open-doors event, even more challenging due to the weather conditions, with a huge audience of over 2.000 spectators. After Heat 12 two riders could be the new Champion: Jesper Knudsen from Denmark and Mathias Pollestad from Norway. In Heat 15 the two riders met face to face: after the second lap the Danish could get a bit of gap on the Norwegian, winning the heat. In Heat 14 Casper Henriksson from Sweden secured with a race win the third overall position. Due to the bad weather conditions, the Jury decided to stop the meeting after Heat 16. Final results of the European U19 Individual Speedway Championship 1. Jesper Knudsen, DEN 2. Mathias Pollestad, NOR 3. Casper Henriksson, SWE Visit the Track Racing page Visit the SEC
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SEC – Final 3: Kołodziej wins in Łódź

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SEC - Final 3: Kołodziej wins in Łódź Janusz Kolodziej won the TAURON SEC - Final 3, which was held in Łódź, Poland. Before the grand finale in Pardubice, the Pole is on the lead of the interim classification of the series. Second in the table, Leon Madsen loses only one point. After two series of starts, Madsen and Woryna were on the lead. The Dane showed a fantastic form and made up for his loss to the leaders. The only one to beat Madsen was Janusz Kołodziej. Thanks to his great performance, the Dane was promoted directly to the final and, equally important, moved to the first place in the interim classification already after the main round in Łódź. Dudek started equally well as Madsen, taking advantage of Kołodziej's weaker start of the meeting, and after eight runs of the day he evened out in the standings. Dominik Kubera,
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European U19 Speedway Championship: QR2 in Czech Republic

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European U19 Speedway Championship: QR2 in Czech Republic QR2 of the European U19 Speedway Championship was raced in a sunny Plzen, Czech Republic, about 90 kilometres west of Prague in western Bohemia and fourth most populous city in the country. Wiktor Przyjemski (Poland) was the best winning ahead of Francis Gusts (Latvia), second after an additional run-off heat, and Norick Blodorn (Germany). The Final of the Championship will be held on September 17th in Nagyhalasz, Hungary. Final classification 1. Wiktor Przyjemski 2. Francis Gusts 3. Norick Blodorn Visit the Track Racing page Visit the SEC official Page
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European Pairs Speedway Championship: Denmark wins on home-soil

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European Pairs Speedway Championship: Denmark wins on home-soil Last event for the European Pairs Speedway Championship in Slangerup, about 30 km north-west of central Copenhagen, in the Capital Region of Denmark. After the domination of Latvia in Semifinal 1 and Great Britain in Semifinal 2, in this last race home riders from Denmark had the best in front of Czech Republic and Poland. A thrilling final event in front of a great audience despite the hard weather forced to postpone the race. Final classification 1. Denmark - Rasmus Jensen, Michael Jepsen Jensen, Jonas Seifert 2. Czech Republic - Jan Kvech, Vaclav Milik, Daniel Klima 3. Poland - Grzegorz Zengota, Norbert Krakkowiak, Kacper Pludra Visit the Track Racing page Visit the SEC official Page
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SEC: Final 2 in Germany

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SEC: Final 2 in Germany Final 2 for the SEC, the Speedway European Championship in Güstrow, Germany. Janusz Kołodziej won the 2nd round, Patryk Dudek took second place, while Daniel Bewley was third. Janusz Kołodziej brought home a set of points from as many as four of the five races he rode. This gave the Pole a handicap at the end of the regular phase, when he, Leon Madsen and Patryk Dudek each had 12 points. Kołodziej directly advanced to the finals, along with Madsen, who was pushed by a win in race 9 against the popular "Duzers". In the last chance race, Patryk Dudek and Daniel Bewley used the advantages of the outer starting fields. Mikkel Michelsen fought for a pass to the final until the very end but passed the finish line as third. The defending Individual European Champion eventually took fifth place in the final classification. Daniel
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European 250cc Pairs Speedway Cup and European 85cc Youth Speedway Racing Cup: the finals in Denmark

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European 250cc Pairs Speedway Cup and European 85cc Youth Speedway Racing Cup: the finals in Denmark European 250cc Pairs Speedway Cup Third and final round for the European 250cc Pairs Speedway Cup in Randers, Denmark, a city in Randers Municipality, Central Denmark Region on the Jutland peninsula. It is Denmark's sixth-largest city. In a mixed weather the Polish pair was crowned champion of the series. This success arrives after a clear domination of Poland, who won over the three seasonal rounds. Denmark got the silver medal and Czech Republic the bronze one. Final classification: 1. Poland (Kevin Malkiewicz, Szymon Ludwiczak, Mikolaj Krok) 2. Denmark (Mikkel Andersen, Sebastian Mayland, Andreas Olsen) 3. Czech Republic (Adam Bednaf, Vojtech Sachl) European 85cc Youth Speedway Racing Cup The city of Randers also hosted the one-day event of the European 85cc Youth Speedway Racing Cup. Home rider Villads Pedersen was crowned winner ahead of countryman
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European 125cc Youth Track Racing Cup: the final in the Czech Republic

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European 125cc Youth Track Racing Cup: the final in the Czech Republic One-event race for the European 125cc Youth Track Racing Cup in Pardubice, capital city of the Pardubice Region and lies on the Elbe River, in the Czech Republic. In a fair play event, on a very high-level track, very young riders fought as great champions. Race was full of fighting and overtaking. Final results: 1. Lester Matthijssen, NED 2. Thies Schweer, GER 3. Karel Pruša, CZE Visit the Track Racing page Visit the SEC official Page
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European U19 Individual Speedway Championship: QR1

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European U19 Individual Speedway Championship: QR1 QR1 for the European U19 Individual Speedway Championship in Slovakia, in the town of Zarnovica, situated in the Hron river valley, in the west part of the country. The race day started with a heavy rain and even if in the afternoon it stopped, the parade and 1st heat needed to be postponed. Thanks to the excellent job of club members all the heats were completed with no other setbacks. At the end of a thrilling challenge with many overtakes, after 20 heats Jakub Krawcz took the win but one additional heat had to be run for the 2nd place. In heat 21 Polish rider Damian Ratajczak got the silver medal ahead of Erik Bachhuber. Top three 1. Jakub Krawczyk, POL 2. Damian Ratajczak, POL 3. Erik Bachhuber, GER Visit the Track Racing page Visit the SEC official Page
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European Pairs Speedway Championship: Semi Final 1

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European Pairs Speedway Championship: Semi Final 1 The Semi Final 1 of the European Pairs Speedway Championship took place in Macon, France, in the east of the country. The meeting was run with the track in the perfect condition and good weather conditions in front of a warm audience. The sprint for the first place was in balance since to first heat between Great Britain and Sweden and only in the last heat the five points of Great Britain let them win the meeting. Third place and last qualify to Norway. Out of the Final Italy with Paco Castagna, who has done the maximum individual score of the meeting, while a new generation of French young riders finished fifth ahead of Netherlands. All is set for the Final, scheduled on August 08th in Denmark. Final classification: 1. Great Britain 2. Sweden 3. Norway 4. Italy 5. France 6. The Netherlands
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