Ahead of the meeting in Leszno, Bartosz Smektała and Dominik Kubera are put as the main candidates to win the second round of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship. Knowing of this track will be their huge advantage, however Maksym Drabik has proved many times that the track in Leszno is one of these, where he's been racing brilliantly.
Fredrik Jakobsen got into the FIM Speedway U21 World Championship by storm. In Daugavpils, Dane presented solid racing, confirmed by his score - 10 points in his first four heats.
Andreas Lyager got seven points in the first round of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship, which was held in Daugavpils. Dane admits that it was hard for him to adjust to the surface.
Swedish rider, Joel Kling will once again replace injured Gleb Chugunov in the rivalry of Individual Speedway Junior World Championship. Just to remind - second final of this series is taking place on 22nd of July in Leszno.
In the last days of June, Daniel Kaczmarek made a debut in U21 World Championships. Pole accomplished his first plan and was happy with place in the middle of the table. Kaczmarek has a goal to make in this year’s tournament. He wants to keep focus on riding without calculating any point after every round.
Thanks to his effective tackle at the last meters of the final heat in Daugavpils, Bartosz Smektała jumped on a podium of the first round of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship. Next round is going to be held in Leszno, which is Smektała's home track.
Wiktor Lampart will race in FIM Speedway U21 World Championship in Leszno. Mytic Alfred Smoczyk's stadium will held the Final 2, 22nd of July.
Robert Lambert got the second position in the inaugural round of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship 2018, which was held in Daugavpils. "Ruthless" gathered 17 points and in the final heat, was defeated by Maksym Drabik.
Maksym Drabik had a phenomenal start on his path to defend Individual Speedway Junior World Champion title. First round of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship 2018 in Daugavpils brought him 20 points and thanks to his fantastic tackle in the final heat, he grabbed the win and jumped on a highest step of the podium.
It’s always easier to take the title than to defend it. It seems that Maksym Drabik wants to deny that and his first step was very convincing. „Torres” scored 20 points (1 point less than max) and has 3 points advantage over Briton Robert Lambert and Pole Bartosz Smektała.
Maksym Drabik won the first round of the FIM Speedway U21 World Championship, which held in Daugavpils, Latvia. Second place took Robert Lambert (Great Britain), third took Bartosz Smektała (Poland).
For all those, who can't attend the stands of Daugavpils venue and watch live the rivalry in the first round of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship 2018, we got some good news - live broadcast will be available online.