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Cierniak with a wild card in Krosno
The new scoring system for Bydgoszcz

This Friday, Bydgoszcz will host the final of the FIM Team Speedway U21 World Championship. The defenders of the title, as well as strong favourites to win the gold medals are the Poles. However, compared to previous years, the FIM has slightly changed the rules for the Friday’s competition.

First time in Bydgoszcz

On the upcoming Friday, Bydgoszcz will host the world's best youth teams, which will compete for the FIM Team Speedway U21 World Championship title. The track at Sportowa Street is famous from the amount of racing lines, which gives the riders endless possibilities to overtake. That one is certainly one of the best speedway tracks in Poland. During each speedway event in Bydgoszcz, fans can expect lots of action and what is the most important - speedway at the highest world level.

Mads Hansen triumphs in Stralsund

The first round of the 2021 FIM Speedway U21 World Championship took place today on German ground. The competition was full of exciting races from the very beginning, where the riders were not afraid of ruthless action on the track.

Who will conquer Stralsund?

 This weekend we start the fights for the title of the Individual Junior Speedway World Champion! The first stop of this year's series is the speedway stadium in Stralsund, Germany. It is here that the riders will compete for the first points for the general classification of the championship.

Alexander Woentin: You’ve got to be consistent

 Sweden’s Alexander Woentin made his way to the U21 World Championships when he came fifth in the qualifying race in Güstrow. He won four out of his five heats and had he scored two or three in his fourth run instead of zero, he would have won the competition ahead of Poland’s Jakub Miskowiak. Instead, the Czestochowa rider came first followed by Mads Hansen (DEN), Jonas Seifert-Salk (DEN), Jan Kvech (CZE) and behind Woentin in the final qualifying slot was Steven Goret (FRA).

I thought I'm invincible

 At just 20-year-old, Australian, Max Fricke won the U21 World Championships. Like this year, it was a three-round competition with Kings Lynn, Pardubice and Gdansk as the venues. Although the Australian did not win any of the rounds, three podium finishes gave him overall victory, “it is definitely one of the highlights of my career!” he says with a smile.

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