I’d like to finish U-21 World Championship in the top 10

22.02.17
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 Joel Andersson is one of the Swedish riders, who can accomplish huge results in the future. Now the U-21 national champion told us that his situation is tough, but he doesn’t want to give up.

 Andersson is now the biggest U-21 star in his country, so speedway fans expect his good performances. He often showed his nice skills, which could guide him to the top. Of course, the rider knows that, so he has prepared himself for the next season.

- I feel really good for the next season. I’ve practiced during the whole winter to prepare my body for the important year. I think I’ve done it. Unfortunately, I haven’t done much money in Indianerna, so my finances are in bad condition, but I bought some new bikes. I think I’m ready for new challenges - he told.

Swedish rider put himself some goals, which he want to achieve next season.

- I’m U-21 national champion, so my main goal is defending the title. Futhermore, I would like to finish U-21 World Champonship in top 10. For sure, I’ll try to do it, but it won’t be so easy. Last year wasn’t good for me. Injures followed me for some time, so I couldn’t have made a better result. I wish this year would be different - he added.

Andersson said as well that this season, Swedish U-21 team could be on the top, and he will make efforts to help his teammates.

I do, it’s our time to shine now. I think we can make this year a good year! - he finished.

The most talented Swedish rider won’t have a lot of chances to show his skills this year. He signed contracts only in Elitserien and Allsvenskan.

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