FIM Speedway U21 World Championship's calendar revealed

15.11.16
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 World's best young speedway rider of 2017 will be known after three rounds today's the day, we've met the official calendar of FIM Speedway U21 World Championship.

 Everything starts on 23rd of July in British Swidon. Then, world's best juniors will move to Güstrow, where at the very technical track, they will fight for another points to general classification. Meeting in Germany will be held on 8th of September.

The Great final will take place in Pardubice, on 29th of September. It's in Czech Republic, where we will meet the best junior on the globe.

FIM Speedway U21 World Championship 2017:
19th May - elimination round 1 - Pardubice (Czech Rep.)
20th May - elimination round 2 - Badia Calavena (Italy)
20th May - elimination round 3 - Kumla (Sweden)

23th July - final 1 - Swindon (Great Britain)
8th September - final 2 - Guestrow (Germany)
29th September - final 3 - Pardubice (Czech Rep.)

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Live stream from Güstrow

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QUALIFICATION ROUND: PARDUBICE
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Organizers

FIM One Sport

Host Cities

Poznan Gustrow Pardubice

Official Broadcaster

Eleven

Sponsors

Eko-Dir Poczta Polska BOLL

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