Regularly six points more

09.10.17
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Kacper Woryna was ranked in 4th position in the overall classification of Eko-Dir FIM Speedway U21 World Championship. Pole was second in the final round in Pardubice and thanks to his good overall score, he got himself right behind the podium of the series.

First round of this year's rivalry was taken in Poznań. Woryna, who had been presenting a high disposition, was one of the favourites to be part of the final heat, however it didn't go the way he hoped for. Rider from Rybnik had two falls, which made him leave Poznań with 5 points.

It was way better in Güstrow, though. During the rainy, second part of the series, Kacper Woryna started in the final heat, where he came 4th and ended this meeting with 11 points gathered.

Before the final round of Eko-Dir FIM Speedway U21 World Championship, which was taken in Pardubice, it was known that Woryna would not fight for medal position. However, as he said, this debut in the world's best juniors' rivalry was a kind of a lesson for the future, treating every good perfroamnce as success. In Czech Republic, Woryna crossed the finish line as first in four theats. In the final heat, he was defeated by Maksym Drabik - gold medalist of world championship, and ended this round with 17 points total.

It was easily noticed - progress he has made. In every next round, rider from Rybnik was getting 6 points more than in the previous one.

This season, which is coming to an end was Woryna's last starting as a junior. What's interesting, he was ranked in 16th position among all the riders of PGE Ekstraliga, considering points per heat and was the best one among juniors.

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