Great racing during the last round in Gdańsk got Jack Holder close to the rostrum. Unfortunately, in the additional heat, he was defeated by Robert Lambert and had to settle for the 4th position.
Australian Max Fricke defended the leader's position and got a gold medal of the Individual Speedway Junior World Championship. He reached for it in the moment Krystian Pieszczek fot excluded from the second semi-final.
Artur Siódmiak, former Polish national handball player, participant of the Olympics in Beijing and vice-champion of the world 2007, got fascinated in speedway after his move to Gdańsk. From 1996 he has been really interested in this disciplinr and on this Sunday, he'll be keeping his fingers crossed for Krystian Pieszczek, who will fight for the Junior World Champion title.
Darcy Ward is a two-time Under 21 World Champion and speaking on that topic. What do you think about the current U21 Championship that's taking place and what riders, do you think, are able to yield that result that you yield?
Born and raised in Gdańsk, Krystian Pieszczek faces an incredible opportunity to reach for the junior world champion title. Pole can be 12th white and red rider in the history, to hang a gold medal on his neck.
Eight years ago, he was standing on the rostrum's top at the Olympics in Beijing, and got numerous medals of world and European championship in artistic gymnastics. Leszek Blanik, because that is who are talking about is a huge speedway fan for over three decades and wanted to invite all the dans go the final od FIM Speedway U21 World Championship that comes this Sunday in Gdańsk.
Krystian Pieszczek was born and raised in Gdańsk and now he's got a chance to become the individual junior world champion. He can achieve it on this Sunday, when he will have to catch up a one-point loss to Max Fricke and Robert Lambert. How has Krystian been doiung at this track, where the Final Round of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship will be held?
In only two days, we will meet the Individual Junior Speedway World Champion 2016. Among the candidates to reach for the title there are: Krystian Pieszczek (Poland), two Australians: Max Fricke and Jack Holder, Brit Robert Lambert and French Dimitri Berge.
In the last four years, at the rostrum of the Individual Junior Speedway World Championship, there were standing representatives of only... two nations. In this year, it seems like this series is about to end.
Before the last round of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship, Max Fricke is ex-equo first in the overall classification, having the same amount of points as Robert Lambert, with Krystian Pieszczek behind his back with a one-point loss.
He was the first Polish junior world champion. After winning the tournament with maximum points in 1996, in German Olching, the doors to the phenomental career got opened. How does Piotr Protasiewicz reminisce on that day?
Among the finalists of the Individual Junior World Championship there are three Poles, out of which Bartosz Smetała is the youngest.