We're starting the fight for the main U21 tournament

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 On May 20, in Pardubice, first of three qualifying rounds to the U21 Speedway World Championship will be taken. It's worth mentioning that on September 16 second round of U21 will also take place in Pardubice.

 Pole - Maksym Drabik seems like the main favourite for taking the win. His toughest rivals' list should include Victor Kulakov, Zdenek Holub and Victor Trofimov jr. One should not cross chances of Joel Andersson and Adam Ellis, who are also able to win with the best in their age category.

Official starting list:
1. Davis Kurmis (Latvia)
2. Nick Skorja (Slovenia)
3. Patrick Hansen (Denmark)
4. Maksym Drabik (Poland)
5. Wiktor Trofimow (Ukraine)
6. Ondrej Smetana (Czech Rep.)
7. Roland Benko (Hungary)
8. Kenny Wennerstam (Sweden)
9. Michal Tomka (Slovakia)
10. Wiktor Kułakow (Russia)
11. Denis Zworygin (Latvia)
12. Zdenek Holub (Czech Rep.)
13. Joel Andersson (Sweden)
14. Stanisław Mielniczuk (Ukraine)
15. Adam Ellis (Great Britain)
16. Frederik Jakobsen (Denmark)
17. Michal Skurla (Czech Rep.)
18. Josef Novak (Czech Rep.)


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