Three cities will host this year's FOGO FIM Speedway U21 World Championship. The series will start on 27 June in Poznań - Poland, round two will be held in Stralsund - Germany on 5 September, with the final encounter taking place in Pardubice - Czech Republic on 2 October.
It was a magical evening for all speedway riders who took part in last U21 WCH final in Pardubice. For the second time in his career Maksym Drabik became the best youth in the world.
Dominik Kubera won the second round of FOGO FIM Speedway U21 World Championship 2019 in German Guestrow. Polish rider currently tops the overall classification, having a one-point advantage over Maksym Drabik.
Maksym Drabik was second in the FOGO FIM Speedway U21 World Championship round in Guestrow. Pole piled 19 points and is only one point down from the leader - Dominik Kubera.
Final round of FOGO FIM Speedway U21 World Championship comes on October 4th in Pardubice (Czech Republic). Tickets are available via ticketportal.cz.
After a thrilling round in Lublin, world's top junior riders came to Guestrow. For some of them, meeting in Germany was a perfect chance to rebuild and for the favourites - an opportunity to outrun the rivals.
It will be a real bomb for good morning. On September 14, the second round of the FOGO FIM Speedway U21 World Championship will take place in Guestrow, Germany, and in the first race two leaders of the cycle, Gleb Chugunov and Dominik Kubera, will clash.
Robert Lambert was third in the first round of FOGO FIM Speedway U21 World Championship 2019, which was held in Lublin (Poland). Brit got 14 points and is currently 4th overall.
Title's defender, Bartosz Smektała was second in the first round of FOGO FIM Speedway U21 World Championship, which was held in Lublin (Poland). Polish rider admits that Saturday's meeting was far from being a good one for him.
Gleb Chugunov won the first first of U21 World Championship, which was held on Saturday in Lublin (Poland). Russian gathered 17 points and became the leader of the series.
World's best juniors started the run for gold in Lublin. Fans gathered at the stadium were looking forward to watch another good meeting this year. Ultimately, it was Gleb Chugunov, who conquered Lublin and became the leader of this year's series.
In Lublin, the cinder potential has been evident for a long time, and the local environment creates a perfect climate for the development of black sport. The city still has euphoria after the return of the local team to the highest league in Poland, and the fans count down the days to the next meetings. At Aleje Zygmuntowskie, however, not only league emotions will be hosted, because in the second half of June the first of the three finals of the Individual Junior World Championships will take place here.