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The final countdown to the second round of Speedway European Championships came into final stage. It’s already tomorrow, on Saturday, at 7 p. m. at One Solar Arena in Landshut pleiad of stars fighting for the title of the best rider in Europe will start. After really interesting tournament in Torun, fans and riders count on even better event in Bavaria.

Running triple World Champion, Nicki Pedersen, European Champion, Emil Sayfutdinov and peleton which doesn’t want to let to enlarge the distance in the general classification. That the shortage of which we will be witnesses on Saturday evening in Germany.

Emil Sayfutdinov, who is defending last year title, was third in Torun but thanks to the maximum which he scored in the regular phase he is the leader of the general classification. However it is worth to emphasize that he has only one point of advantage over Dane, Nicki Pedersen.

After worse start at MotoArena the champion 2013, Martin Vaculik wants to report his accession to the medal. Slovak, like a year ago started SEC series quite sluggishly, so in another rounds he can’t miss any points.

The heroes of local audience will be two representatives of hosts: experienced Martin Smolinski and a skilful youth, Michael Haertel. As popular “Smoli” announces, his engines will definitely work better on the track in Landshut than they did on the technical one in Torun. Will fans in Germany see their countryman on the podium of SEC event for the first time?

Official starting list:

1.Emil Sayfutdinov (Russia) #89, 2.Michael Haertel (Germany) WC , 3.Hans Andersen (Denmark) #34,
4..Tomasz Jędrzejak (Poland) #79, 5.Przemysław Pawlicki (Poland) #59, 6.Grigory Laguta (Russia)
#7, 7.Martin Smolinski (Germany) #84, 8.Vaclav Milik (Czech Republic) #13, 9.Antonio Lindbaeck (Sweden)
#85 , 10.Artem Laguta (Russia) #222, 11.Tomasz Gollob (Poland) #20, 12.Piotr Protasiewicz
(Poland) #151, 13.Martin Vaculik (Slovakia) #54, 14.Janusz Kołodziej (Poland) #27, 15.Nicki
Pedersen (Denmark) #3, 16.Peter Kildemand (Denmark) #25, R1. Kai Huckenbeck, R2. Tobias Busch

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Official starting list:

1.Emil Sayfutdinov (Russia) #89

2.Michael Haertel (Germany) WC

3.Hans Andersen (Denmark) #34

4..Tomasz Jędrzejak (Poland) #79

5.Przemysław Pawlicki (Poland) #59

6.Grigory Laguta (Russia) #7

7.Martin Smolinski (Germany) #84

8.Vaclav Milik (Czech Republic) #13

9.Antonio Lindbaeck (Sweden) #85

10.Artem Laguta (Russia) #222

11.Tomasz Gollob (Poland) #20

12.Piotr Protasiewicz (Poland) #151

13.Martin Vaculik (Slovakia) #54

14.Janusz Kołodziej (Poland) #27

15.Nicki Pedersen (Denmark) #3

16.Peter Kildemand (Denmark) #25

R1. Kai Huckenbeck

R2. Tobias Busch

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Das Grasbahnrennen in Zweibrücken wird inzwischen nur noch alle zwei Jahre ausgefahren, für die diesjährige Auflage hatte der Club ein attraktives Fahrerfeld verpflichtet. Nachdem Andrew Appleton und Weltmeister Erik Riss kurzfristig absagten und Richard Hall nicht rechtzeitig aus Tayak vom WM-Lauf anreisen konnte (was unter anderen Stephan Katt und Christian Hülshorst gelang), war das Feld dezimiert.

Die Rennen der Solisten entwickelten sich so zu einer Dreiklassengesellschaft: Martin Smolinski dominierte die Rennläufe fast nach Belieben. Mit guten Starts und einer guten Linienwahl in der ersten Kurve setzte er sich in allen Läufen in Führung und brachte diese auch bis auf einmal ins Ziel. Im vierten Durchgang führte der Olchinger erneut vor Glen Phillips, als ihm in der letzten Runde die Kette riss und der Olchinger sein Motorrad ins Ziel schieben musste. Lohn der Mühen bei sommerlichen Temperaturen waren zwei Punkte, die immerhin Platz 2 im Endklassement hinter Phillips bedeuteten. Auf Rang 3 landete der über Nacht aus Tayak angereiste Stephan Katt vor dem stark fahrenden Marcel Dachs.

Im Sonderlauf um die «Silberne Rose» das gewohnte Bild: Smolinski gewann den Start und zog dem Feld davon. Mit dem Sieg im Finale trug sich der Bayer in die ruhmreiche Liste der Rosengewinner ein.

Der Veranstalter, der von den Absagen der Spitzenfahrer hart gebeutelt wurde, hatte bis zum Ende des Rennens hin die Staubentwicklung recht gut im Griff, was man auf mancher Grasbahn schon anders erleben musste.

Ergebnisse Grasbahn Zweibrücken/D:

Solo: 1. Glen Phillips (GB),18 Punkte. 2. Martin Smolinski (D), 17. 3. Stephan Katt (D), 17. 4. Marcel Dachs (D), 16. 5. Christian Hülshorst (D), 12. 6. Alexandre Dubernard (F), 8. 7. Aarni Heikkilä (FIN), 8, 8. Theo di Palma (F), 6. 9. Guillaume Comblom (F), 5. 10. Michael Dudek (CZ), 5. 11. Robert Mear (GB), 3.

Sonderlauf um die «Silberne Rose»: 1. Martin Smolinski. 2. Glen Phillips. 3. Christian Hülshorst. 4. Stephan Katt. 5. Marcel Dachs. 6. Alexandre Dubernard.

„We are working hard to make Jawa engines were at the same level as the engines of GM.“ – says Martin Smolinski, who expects far better performance on its home track in Landshut. In the first round of Speedway European Championships in Torun, Smolinski scored just one point and took the last place.

As it turned out, the rider and his tuner have been working hard since the beginning of the year to Java engine held up like its counterpart from Italy, GM.

„In Speedway we have from five or ten years, one engine produced in Italy. For almost two years, Java, one of the oldest companies got a new owner and together with my engine tuner from Tornado Racing, we signed at the beginning of the year the cooperation agreement, something like developing a contract for services. We are working hard to make Java engines were at the same level as GM engines. Power is very good on long tracks, but on the technical, such as Torun we are unfortunately on the back. We need to work hard on the remaining issues. It is Really hard in speedway to develop new products, such as engines etc. „- said the sixteenth rider of the first round of SEC in Torun.

Apart from the desire to present himself better, Smoli highlights the fact that in connection with organizing world class events in Germany, the organizational level is also higher.

„There are noticeable changes. Especially in Landshut. We have a very good presidents and staff at the club and I want to thank them very much. They always do everything to improve speedway in Germany, they want to develop it. We are certainly on the right track. Soon we will have new lighting at the stadium. 1000 Lux specifically for television, to be able to take full advantage of HD. „- ends Martin Smolinski.

And already on July 11th at One Solar Arena in Landshut the second round of SEC will be held. Tickets are available through the service WWW.etix.com

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