Jakub Miśkowiak won the second round of the Individual Junior World Championship which was held in Krosno. The podium was completed by Mateusz Cierniak and Mads Hansen. After today's meeting, Miśkowiak became the new leader of the interim classification of the series.
The second final of this year's Individual Junior World Championship which will take place in Krosno is just around the corner. After the first round, Mads Hansen is on the lead of the interim classification of the series.
Within the time of just six days, Mads Hansen appeared twice on the winners’ podium in two U21 World Championship events. Saturday night in Stralsund, he beat the two best junior riders of Poland’s Ekstraliga to win the inaugural round of the Individual Junior World Championships. The following Friday, he swapped places with Jakub Miśkowiak and Wiktor Lampart on the Team World Championships podium, where Denmark took the second place behind the Polish duo who led their squad to victory.
The representative of Poland, Mateusz Cierniak, received a wild card for the 2nd finale of the FIM Speedway U21 World Championship 2021, which will take place on September 25th in Krosno. The reserve riders will be Michał Curzytek and Dawid Rempała
There were no surprises in the final of the FIM Team Speedway U21 World Championship in Bydgoszcz. The Poles went for the gold medal. Wiktor Lampart and Jakub Miśkowiak didn’t give any chance to their rivals. The podium was completed by the Danes and quite unexpectedly the British.
The riders didn’t enter the track yet, but tomorrow's final of the FIM Team Speedway U21 World Championship should already be considered as a special one. It is because of the new shape of the competition and the place where it will be held. Previous editions of the rivalry have been totally dominated by Polish teams, but the reformed Junior World Team Championships mean that there is no main candidate to win in Bydgoszcz any more.