Speedway - Grand Prix 2015

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    BRITISH SGP SCORES: 1 Niels-Kristian Iversen 14, 2 Chris Holder 18, 3 Peter Kildemand 12, 4 Tai Woffinden 15, 5 Greg Hancock 12, 6 Matej Zagar 10, 7 Nicki Pedersen 9, 8 Michael Jepsen Jensen 8, 9 Craig Cook 7, 10 Jason Doyle 7, 11 Tomas H Jonasson 7, 12 Chris Harris 5, 13 Krzysztof Kasprzak 4, 14 Troy Batchelor 4, 15 Maciej Janowski 3, 16 Andreas Jonsson 2, 17 Robert Lambert 1, 18 Jason Garrity 0
     
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    WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS:
    1 Tai Woffinden 55, 2 Nicki Pedersen 43, 3 Greg Hancock 39, 4 Niels-Kristian Iversen 35, 5 Matej Zagar 34, 6 Chris Holder 31, 7 Jaroslaw Hampel 31, 8 Jason Doyle 29, 9 Michael Jepsen Jensen 27, 10 Andreas Jonsson 26, 11 Maciej Janowski 26, 12 Chris Harris 23, 13 Krzysztof Kasprzak 21, 14 Troy Batchelor 17, 15 Tomas H Jonasson 16, 16 Peter Kildemand 12, 17 Craig Cook 7, 18 Tomasz Gollob 4, 19 Bartosz Zmarzlik 3, 20 Timo Lahti 3, 21 Vaclav Milik 2, 22 Piotr Pawlicki 1, 23 Robert Lambert 1
     
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    Latvian international Kasts Puodzuks has been rewarded for a delightful Daugavpils display in 2014 with this year’s Rietumu Bank Latvian FIM Speedway Grand Prix wild card.
    Puodzuks dons the famous No.16 race jacket at the Lokomotiv Stadium in Daugavpils on July 18 after reaching last year’s semi-final, despite only being called into the meeting five minutes before the parade.
     
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    Polish champion Maciej Janowski topped the Rietumu Bank Latvian SGP rostrum on 12 points when the meeting was curtailed due to heavy rain after heat 20. Triple world champ Nicki Pedersen was second, pipping third-placed Troy Batchelor after they tied on 11 points with three wins and two third places apiece. This meant the Dane got the verdict, having won their head-to-head battle in race 16.
     
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    LATVIAN GRAND PRIX, Daugavpils
    Maciej Janowski 12 (1st), Nicki Pedersen 11 (2nd), Troy Batchelor 11 (3rd), Chris Holder 10 (4th), Greg Hancock 10, Jason Doyle 8, Tai Woffinden 8, Peter Kildemand 8, Niels-Kristian Iversen 8, Michael J Jensen 7, Tomas H Jonasson 7, Andreas Jonsson 7, Matej Zagar 6, Chris Harris 4, Kasts Puodzuks 3, Krzysztof Kasprzak 0.
    Abandoned after 20 heats - Track waterlogged - RESULT WILL STAND.
     
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    WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (After round 5 of 12)
    Tai Woffinden 63, Nicki Pedersen 54, Greg Hancock 49, Niels-Kristian Iversen 43, Chris Holder 41, Matej Zagar 40, Maciej Janowski 38, Jason Doyle 37, Michael J Jensen 34, Andreas Jonsson 33, Jaroslaw Hampel 31, Troy Batchelor 28, Chris Harris 27, Tomas H Jonasson 23, Krzysztof Kasprzak 21, Peter Kildemand 20, Craig Cook 7, Tomasz Gollob 4, Bartosz Zmarzlik 3, Timo Lahti 3, Kasts Puodzuks 3, Vaclav Milik 2, Piotr Pawlicki 1, Robert Lambert 1, Nike Lunna 0, Jiri Nieminen 0, Matej Kus 0, Josef Franc 0, Jason Garrity 0.
     
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    Joint FIM Speedway Under-21 World Championship leader Mikkel Michelsen has been handed a dream World Championship debut in the Kjærgaard Danish FIM Speedway Grand Prix at Horsens on August 8.
     
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    Nikki Pedersen picked up his second SGP win of the season at Malilla’s G&B Arena on Saturday night after seeing off the hard-charging Tai Woffinden in the final, with Swedish wild card Antonio Lindback third and Slovenian star Matej Zagar claiming fourth place.
     
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    Swedish SGP Scores: 1 Nicki Pedersen 17, 2 Tai Woffinden 17, 3 Antonio Lindback 14, 4 Matej Zagar 13, 5 Jason Doyle 11, 6 Chris Holder 10, 7 Niels-Kristian Iversen 10, 8 Greg Hancock 9, 9 Maciej Janowski 8, 10 Michael Jepsen Jensen 7, 11 Tomas H Jonasson 7, 12 Chris Harris 5, 13 Andreas Jonsson 5, 14 Peter Kildemand 3, 15 Troy Batchelor 2, 16 Krzysztof Kasprzak 0
     
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    WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (after Round 6 of 12):
    1 Tai Woffinden 80, 2 Nicki Pedersen 71, 3 Greg Hancock 58,
    4 Matej Zagar 53, 5 Niels-Kristian Iversen 53, 6 Chris Holder 51, 7 Jason Doyle 48, 8 Maciej Janowski 46,
    9 Michael Jepsen Jensen 41, 10 Andreas Jonsson 38, 11 Chris Harris 32, 12 Jaroslaw Hampel 31, 13 Troy Batchelor 30, 14 Tomas H Jonasson 30, 15 Peter Kildemand 23, 16 Krzysztof Kasprzak 21, 17 Antonio Lindback 14, 18 Craig Cook 7, 19 Tomasz Gollob 4, 20 Bartosz Zmarzlik 3, 21 Timo Lahti 3, 22 Kasts Puodzuks 3, 23 Vaclav Milik 2, 24 Piotr Pawlicki 1, 25 Robert Lambert 1.
     
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    World champion Greg Hancock paid tribute to FIM race director Phil Morris and the track staff who pulled off a Malilla miracle to ensure Saturday’s Swedish SGP went ahead.
    Torrential rain lashed the G&B Arena from late morning onwards, but the locals were ready for it, hiring in track covers from Swedish champions Vetlanda and covering the racing surface on Friday night. There’s no doubt the covers saved the event, which was delayed for an hour to allow Morris and the track crew time to remove the sheets and carry out remedial work on the circuit. Hancock was full of praise for Malilla’s army of volunteers as they delivered a superb race track against all the odds.
    "I don’t think there was one person around who believed there was going to be a speedway race. They did a fantastic job."
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    Polish shooting star Bartosz Zmarzlik is back to defend his Gorzow FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland crown after being named wild card for the Edward Jancarz Stadium event on August 29.
    The 20-year-old lines up in the No.16 race jacket for the fourth straight season as he goes from strength to strength in world speedway.
     
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    Peter Kildemand has won the Danish FIM Speedway Grand Prix at the CASA Arena in Denmark tonight.
    He defeated Matej Zagar, Michael Jepsen Jensen and Tai Woffinden in the final.
     
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    Danish SGP Scores: 1 Peter Kildemand 14, 2 Matej Zagar 12, 3 Michael Jepsen Jensen 13, 4 Tai Woffinden 11, 5 Maciej Janowski 12, 6 Jason Doyle 12, 7 Chris Holder 10, 8 Nicki Pedersen 7, 9 Andreas Jonsson 7, 10 Greg Hancock 7, 11 Niels-Kristian Iversen 7, 12 Tomas H Jonasson 7, 13 Mikkel Michelsen 6, 14 Troy Batchelor 6, 15 Krzysztof Kasprzak 4, 16 Chris Harris 2, 17 Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen DNR, 18 Anders Thomsen DNR.
     
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    WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (after Round 7 of 12):
    1 Tai Woffinden 91, 2 Nicki Pedersen 78, 3 Greg Hancock 65, 4 Matej Zagar 65, 5 Chris Holder 61, 6 Niels-Kristian Iversen 60, 7 Jason Doyle 60, 8 Maciej Janowski 58, 9 Michael Jepsen Jensen 54, 10 Andreas Jonsson 45, 11 Tomas H Jonasson 37, 12 Peter Kildemand 37, 13 Troy Batchelor 36, 14 Chris Harris 34, 15 Jaroslaw Hampel 31, 16 Krzysztof Kasprzak 25, 17 Antonio Lindback 14, 18 Craig Cook 7, 19 Mikkel Michelsen 6, 20 Tomasz Gollob 4, 21 Bartosz Zmarzlik 3, 22 Timo Lahti 3, 23 Kasts Puodzuks 3, 24 Vaclav Milik 2, 25 Piotr Pawlicki 1, 26 Robert Lambert 1.
     
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    Slovenian international Aleksander Conda returns to the FIM Speedway World Championship stage as Mitas Slovenian FIM Speedway Grand Prix wild card in Krsko on September 12.
    Conda lines up in the famous No.16 race jacket, flying the home flag alongside current world No.5 and World Championship medal contender Matej Zagar.
     
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    Slovenian star Matej Zagar defied a frightening fall to boost his FIM Speedway World Championship medal hopes with an heroic Gorzow FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland victory on Saturday night.
    The Ljubljana-born rider took a ride back to the pits in an ambulance after Aussie champion Jason Doyle dived hard under Nicki Pedersen in heat 18, catching the Dane’s front wheel. The triple world champion fell hard, taking Zagar with him.
    Zagar – racing on his Polish Ekstraliga home track – landed awkwardly with his bike nearly clearing the third-bend safety fence. Pedersen walked back to the pits unaided, but withdrew from the meeting with a suspected neck injury. Zagar emerged from the ambulance and showed incredible steel to win the re-run.
    Tai Woffinden was third in the final, but strengthened his grip on the World Title by top scoring on the night with 18 points
     
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    GORZOW SGP SCORES:
    1 Matej Zagar 16, 2 Greg Hancock 17, 3 Tai Woffinden 18, 4 Bartosz Zmarzlik 14, 5 Niels-Kristian Iversen 10, 6 Michael Jepsen Jensen 10, 7 Peter Kildemand 9, 8 Chris Holder 8, 9 Nicki Pedersen 7, 10 Jason Doyle 6, 11 Andreas Jonsson 6, 12 Maciej Janowski 5, 13 Chris Harris 5, 14 Troy Batchelor 4, 15 Krzysztof Kasprzak 1, 16 Tomas H Jonasson 1, 17 Adrian Cyfer 1, 18 Rafal Karczmarz DNR
     
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    WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (after Round 8 of 12):
    1 Tai Woffinden 109, 2 Nicki Pedersen 85, 3 Greg Hancock 82, 4 Matej Zagar 81, 5 Niels-Kristian Iversen 70, 6 Chris Holder 69, 7 Jason Doyle 66, 8 Michael Jepsen Jensen 64, 9 Maciej Janowski 63, 10 Andreas Jonsson 51, 11 Peter Kildemand 46, 12 Troy Batchelor 40, 13 Chris Harris 39, 14 Tomas H Jonasson 38, 15 Jaroslaw Hampel 31, 16 Krzysztof Kasprzak 26, 17 Bartosz Zmarzlik 17, 18 Antonio Lindback 14, 19 Craig Cook 7, 20 Mikkel Michelsen 6, 21 Tomasz Gollob 4, 22 Timo Lahti 3, 23 Kasts Puodzuks 3, 24 Vaclav Milik 2, 25 Piotr Pawlicki 1, 26 Robert Lambert 1, 27 Adrian Cyfer 1.
     
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