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Starting lists for Daugavpils and Gustrow

04.06.21
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On Saturday, June 12 the qualification rounds for the finals of the Individual World Junior Championships will be held. The competition will take place in Daugavpils and Gustrow.

Due to the restrictions related to the coronavirus pandemic, the qualifying round in Manchester was cancelled, therefore the riders will fight for promotion to the finals of the FIM Speedway U21 World Championship during two semi-final rounds.

Six riders each will advance from the two qualifying rounds. Then, the organizers will award three permanent "wild cards".
The finals of this year's competition will be held in Stralsund (September 4), Krosno (September 25) and Pardubice (October 1).

Qualifying start lists:

Daugavpils:
1. Markus Maximus Lill (Estonia)
2. Philip Hellström-Bängs (Sweden)
3. Francis Gust (Latvia)
4. Andrei Popa (Romania)
5. Dennis Fazekas (Hungary)
6. Matthias Pollestad (Norway)
7. Petr Chlupáč (Czech Republic)
8. Jan Mihalik (Slovakia)
9. Mitchell Cluff (Australia)
10. Ernest Matiuszonok (Latvia)
11. Wiktor Lampart (Poland)
12. Marko Lewiszyn (Ukraine)
13. Mark Karion (Russia)
14. Tim Soerensen (Denmark)
15. Timi Salonen (Finland)
16. Yevgeniy Sajdullin (Russia)

17. Ricard Ansviesulis (Latvia)
18. Daniil Kolodinski (Latvia)

Gustrow:

1. Carlos Eber Ampugnani (Argentina)
2. Jan Kvěch (Czech Republic)
3. Norick Blödorn (Germany)
4. Mathias Trésarrieu (France)
5. Anže Grmek (Slovenia)
6. Mateusz Świdnicki (Poland)
7. Matthew Gilmore (Australia)
8. Mads Hansen (Denmark)
9. Lukas Baumann (Germany)
10. Tom Brennan (Great Britain)
11. Alexander Woentin (Sweden)
12. Michele Menani (Italy)
13. Jakub Miśkowiak (Poland)
14. Steven Goret (France)
15. Sebastian Kössler (Germany)
16. Drew Kemp (Great Britain)

17. Ben Ernst (Germany)
18. Mario Niedermaier (Germany)

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Starting lists for Daugavpils and Gustrow

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