Kacper Woryna has been proving his great disposition before upcoming 2nd round of the EKO-DIR FIM Speedway U21 World Championship, which will be in Güstrow. Pole has a big loss to the leading three, however his recent result can make him catch up in Germany.
ROW Rybnik's rider is a sensation of 2017 season on Polish tracks. Position of PGE Ekstraliga's top junior, considering heat average (1,973 points per heat), bronze medal of the Individual Junior Polish Championship and great results in friendly tournaments have been all proving his huge potential. In the overall classification of U21 World Championship, however, his situation is way different. In the first round, Polish rider got 5 points after being excluded twice. Fans surely remember heat no.13, when Woryna flew over the fence of Poznań's track. Woryna took 5 points from Poznań, which made him lose 10 points to the leader - Max Fricke.
Before the second round of EKO-DIR FIM Speedway U21 World Championship, Kacper had a great performance not only in the Individual International Championship of Ekstraliga, where he ended ranked in 2nd position, but also won a star-studded tournament "Opolska Karolina" and was a crucial element of Boll Team's roster in the final round of Speedway Best Pairs in Gniezno.
As he says, he's been training hard to get better with every single day.
- I keep working hard to make it better every time I start. Being perfect is my goal and I'm going there with a hard work and keep fighting strong - Woryna said.
In Güstrow, there will be at least few candidates to win and of them is Kacper Woryna. However, he hasn't had a chance to start on this specific track in Germany.
Second round of Eko-Dir FIM Speedway U-21 World Championship starts in Güstrow, on September 8. Tickets are available: www.bit.ly/Gustrow.
Startlist of second round EKO-DIR FIM Speedway U-21 World Championship:
1. Dominik Kubera #463 (Poland)
2. Alexander Woentin #73 (Sweden)
3. Jack Holder #25 (Australia)
4. Michael Härtel #16 (Germany) – Wild Card
5. Max Fricke #1 (Australia)
6. Patrick Hansen #124 (Denmark)
7. Robert Lambert #505 (Great Britain)
8. Brady Kurtz #101 (Australia)
9. Maksym Drabik #133 (Poland)
10. Dimitri Berge #96 (France)
11. Lukas Fienhage #76 (Germany)
12. Kacper Woryna #222 (Poland)
13. Eduard Krcmar #263 (Czech Rep.)
14. Andreas Lyager Hansen #114 (Denmark)
15. Bartosz Smektała #115 (Poland)
16. Jevgenijs Kostigovs #113 (Latvia)
17. Dominik Möser (Germany)
18. Lukas Baumann (Germany)