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Starting list of U21 WCH round in Lublin

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The starting numbers for the FIM Speedway U21 World Championship - Bogdanka 1st round were drawn, which will take place in Lublin on June 22. Tickets for this event are still available.

Already in the second race of the day, the individual Junior World Champion Bartosz Smektała will compete with the silver medalist of these struggles, Maksym Drabik. The race will be completed by the debutants at the FIM Speedway U21 World Championship - Rafał Karczmarz and Dominik Moser.

Start list Bogdanka 1st round:

1. # 41 Frederik Jakobsen (Denmark)
2. # 201 Jan Kvech (Czech Republic)
3. # 16 Viktor Trofymov (Poland)
4. # 27 Jaimon Lidsey (Australia)
5. # 99 Rafał Karczmarz (Poland)
6. # 133 Maksym Drabik (Poland)
7. # 256 Dominik Moser (Germany)
8. # 115 Bartosz Smektała (Poland)
9. # 117 Gleb Chugunov (Russia)
10. # 124 Patrick Hansen (Denmark)
11. # 98 Nick Skorja (Slovenia)
12. # 2 Jonas Jeppesen (Denmark)
13. # 4 Tim Sorensen (Denmark)
14. # 47 Wiktor Lampart (Poland)
15. # 505 Robert Lambert (Great Britain)
16. # 415 Dominik Kubera (Poland)
17. # 17 Kamil Nowacki (Poland)
18. # 18 Mateusz Cierniak (Poland)

The first round of the fight for the title of junior world champion - June 22, at 17:30, MOSIR Bystrzyca Stadium, Al. Zygmuntowskie 5 in Lublin. Buy your ticket now via and stationary at Empik and Media Markt stores. The prices of the tickets are as follows:

PLN 30 - normal ticket
20 PLN - concession ticket
PLN 150 - VIP ticket
70 PLN - ticket for the grandstand
PLN 10 - competition program

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