- Speedway-Stadion Güstrow
- Plauer Chaussee 4, 18273 Güstrow
- GPS Data
- N53° 47' 5.28", E12° 11' 47.04"
- 56.50 Piotr Protasiewicz
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Name: MC Güstrow
Phone: +49 (0)3843-68-46-85
Deutscher Motor Sport Bund
Airport Schonefeld – Berlin
Distance: 200 km
Güstrow is the seventh largest city in the Land of Mecklenburg Western Pomerania - The front of about 31 thousand. residents. It lies about 45 km south of Rostock on the river Nebel. The city lies near the lake Insel, Sumpf, Parumer constituting the northern part of the Mecklenburg Lake District.
The city is known primarily for its monuments, such as the castle built in the years 1558-1589 in Renaissance style. Also added the Renaissance garden created on the basis of old engravings, Collegiate Gothic (German House) with rich interior gothic (among others. Crucifix, stalls, late-Gothic altars of about 1,500 years, figures of the apostles), Renaissance tomb of the prince, Town Hall, 1797-1798 , with earlier relics.
Brady Kurtz had a spectacular performance in the second round of FIM Speedway U-21 World Championship 2017, which took place in Güstrow. Thanks to 18 points he gathered, Australian climbed into 4th position overall.
Robert Lambert was ranked in 2nd position in Eko-Dir FIM Speedway U-21 World Championship 2017 Round 2 in Güstrow. British rider, thanks to his good performance is currently 5th overall, with a 4-point loss to Max Fricke, who's third.
Max Fricke was ranked in 5th position at the second round of EKO-DIR Fim Speedway U21 World Championship, which was held in German Güstrow.
Bartosz Smektała won the second round of EKO-DIR FIM Speedway U-21 World Championship 2017, which took place in German Güstrow. Thanks to 15 points he gathered, "Smyk" is currently 2nd in general classification of the series, with only a 1-point loss to the leader - Maksym Drabik.
Polish rider, Bartosz Smektała won the second round of Eko-Dir FIM Speedway U21 World Championship, which was held in Güstrow. Other steps of the podium were taken by Brit - Robert Lambert and Australian - Brady Kurtz.