21 y.o. Erik Riss has already got the individual world champion title at the long tracks' rivalry. In this year, he has been fighting for points in juniors' rivalry at the classic tracks. It will be really hard to get the medal, though.
The official starting list for the final round of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship is now out. The last battle of the world's best junior riders will take place on 2 October in Gdańsk. The wild card was given to the local club's junior, Dominik Kossakowski.
After two rounds of the FIM Speedway U21 World Championship, Jack Holder is currently 5th overall, losing few points to the leaders and still having a chance to get the title. Therefore, naturally, he's counting on a good racing in the final.
Patrick Hansen is only 18 y.o., but it's clear he's getting into the top of the world's best juniors. In Pardubice, he performed really well and already been feeling like he's aiming the rostrum of the whole series.
Sensational winner of the second final round of FIM Speedway Under-21 World Championship - Dimitri Berge - is at his best moment of his career. Recently, he became the Junior European Champion and now he's aiming another medal, this time of the world championship.
Dimitri Berge won the second round of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship. Second place for Patrick Hansen. On the lowest place on rostrum stood Max Fricke. Fourth place for Jack Holder from Australia. Berge scored 19 points, Hansen14 points.
Once again, Paweł Przedpełski will replace Maksym Drabik during the FIM U21 World Championship round in Pardubice (Czech Republic). World's best juniors will race in Czech Republic on September 16, one day before the Great Final of SEC.
Second round of the FIM Speedway U21 World Championship is coming with some big steps. On September 16, one day before the great final of Speedway Euro Chamopionship, 16 world's best juniors will fight for another points to the overall classification in Pardubice (Czech Republic). Organizers gave the wild card for this meeting and it was received by local rider, Patrik Mikel.
Mikkel Brondum Andersen was probably the unluckiest rider of all, during the first round of rivalry to become the Junior World Champion. Dane fell at the track four times that led him to gather only three points.
Australian Max Fricke had a great start of the rivalry in King's Lynn. He won 2 first heats and then had a crash that made him excluded from the heat's repeat. Ultimately, ended the first final of the Individual Junior Speedway World Championship on the podium, but in the overall classification - he's fifth.
British rider Adam Ellis came to the first round of Individual Junior Speedway World Championship in King's Lynn slightly mauled. He was facing a shoulder's injury, however he gave his best in the UK round.
Dimitri Berge, representing France was quite a surprise after reaching his promotion to the FIM Speedway U21 World Championship. He was the only undefeated rider in Manchester and found himself among the 15 world's best juniors. What did he say after his performance in King's Lynn, where he reached 6 points?