Speedway - Grand Prix 2015

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    Antonio Lindback dons the No.16 Wild Card race jacket for the Friends Arena event on September 26, determined to build on the third place he achieved at the Swedish SGP in Malilla on July 25.
     
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    World champion Greg Hancock insisted “I won’t give up until there is no chance” of retaining his FIM Speedway Grand Prix crown after storming to a sensational Mitas Slovenian SGP win in Krsko on Saturday.
    The Californian racked up 20 points out of a possible 21 after topping the rostrum ahead of Great Britain’s World Championship leader Tai Woffinden, Danish international Peter Kildemand and triple world champion Nicki Pedersen. Hancock’s heroics took him up to second in the standings on 102 points. But he’s still 25 short of runaway leader Woffinden, who charged to 18 to move on to 127 overall
     
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    MITAS SLOVENIAN SGP SCORES:
    1 Greg Hancock 20, 2 Tai Woffinden 18, 3 Peter Kildemand 13, 4 Nicki Pedersen 13, 5 Niels-Kristian Iversen 11, 6 Jason Doyle 11, 7 Chris Holder 9, 8 Troy Batchelor 9, 9 Maciej Janowski 9, 10 Matej Zagar 8, 11 Chris Harris 4, 12 Andreas Jonsson 4, 13 Krzysztof Kasprzak 3, 14 Michael Jepsen Jensen 2, 15 Tomas H Jonasson 2, 16 Aleksander Conda 1, 17 Denis Stojs 1,
     
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    WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (after Round 9 of 12):
    1 Tai Woffinden 127, 2 Greg Hancock 102, 3 Nicki Pedersen 98, 4 Matej Zagar 89, 5 Niels-Kristian Iversen 81, 6 Chris Holder 78, 7 Jason Doyle 77, 8 Maciej Janowski 72, 9 Michael Jepsen Jensen 66, 10 Peter Kildemand 59, 11 Andreas Jonsson 55, 12 Troy Batchelor 49, 13 Chris Harris 43, 14 Tomas H Jonasson 40, 15 Jaroslaw Hampel 31, 16 Krzysztof Kasprzak 29, 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, 28 Aleksander Conda 1, 29 Denis Stojs 1.
     
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    Polish international Pawel Przedpelski is set for his full FIM Speedway World Championship debut after being named Torun FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland wild card.
     
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    Australian Championship runner-up Sam Masters has been named as the wild card for the DON Smallgoods Australian FIM Speedway Grand Prix at Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium on October 24.
     
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    Great Britain’s Tai Woffinden closed in on FIM Speedway World Championship No.2 with victory in the TEGERA® Stockholm SGP. The Scunthorpe-born star picked up his second win of the season at the Friends Arena after seeing off defending world champ Greg Hancock, Niels-Kristian Iversen and Maciej Janowski in the final.
    Woffinden left the Swedish capital with 16 World Championship points – the same tally as second-placed Hancock, meaning the 25-year-old retained his 25-point advantage at the top of the standings. As a result, Woffy needs just 18 points over the final two rounds in Torun next Saturday and Melbourne on October 24 to secure the sport’s biggest prize.
     
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    TEGERA® STOCKHOLM SGP SCORES:
    1 Tai Woffinden 16, 2 Greg Hancock 16, 3 Niels-Kristian Iversen 14, 4 Maciej Janowski 12, 5 Andreas Jonsson 10, 6 Peter Kildemand 9, 7 Chris Harris 9, 8 Jason Doyle 8, 9 Nicki Pedersen 7, 10 Tomas H Jonasson 6, 11 Michael Jepsen Jensen 6, 12 Antonio Lindback 6, 13 Krzysztof Kasprzak 6, 14 Troy Batchelor 5, 15 Chris Holder 4, 16 Matej Zagar 4, 17 Fredrik Lindgren DNR, 18 Kim Nilsson DNR.
     
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    WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (after Round 10 of 12):
    1 Tai Woffinden 143, 2 Greg Hancock 118, 3 Nicki Pedersen 105, 4 Niels-Kristian Iversen 95, 5 Matej Zagar 93, 6 Jason Doyle 85, 7 Maciej Janowski 84, 8 Chris Holder 82, 9 Michael Jepsen Jensen 72, 10 Peter Kildemand 68, 11 Andreas Jonsson 65, 12 Troy Batchelor 54, 13 Chris Harris 52, 14 Tomas H Jonasson 46, 15 Krzysztof Kasprzak 35, 16 Jaroslaw Hampel 31, 17 Antonio Lindback 20, 18 Bartosz Zmarzlik 17, 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, 28 Aleksander Conda 1, 29 Denis Stojs 1.
     
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    Tai Woffinden is on the verge of a second crown in three seasons as he takes a 25-point lead into the FST Grupa Brokerska Torun FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland – the penultimate round of the SGP series.
    He needs 18 points from the next two rounds to strike gold, regardless of what nearest rival, defending champion Greg Hancock does.
     
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    Great Britain’s new double FIM Speedway World Champion Tai Woffinden declared “I’ve proved I’m one of those riders who is going to be at the top for a long time” after sealing title No.2 in Torun, Poland on Saturday.
    The 25-year-old missed out on the FST Grupa Brokerska Torun FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland semi-finals with eight points on the night triple world champion Nicki Pedersen won his third SGP of 2015.
    But with nearest rival and defending champion Greg Hancock failing to reach the final, Woffy is now certain of being crowned at the final round of the season, the DON Smallgoods Australian SGP at Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium on October 24.
    Woffinden joins Freddie Williams and Peter Craven in the elite club of British double world champions and is the 16th rider in history to lift the sport’s biggest prize multiple times.
     
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    FST GRUPA BROKERSKA TORUN SGP SCORES:
    1 Nicki Pedersen 19, 2 Jason Doyle 18, 3 Maciej Janowski 11, 4 Niels-Kristian Iversen 10, 5 Chris Holder 11, 6 Andreas Jonsson 11, 7 Peter Kildemand 11, 8 Greg Hancock 8, 9 Tai Woffinden 8, 10 Piotr Pawlicki 7, 11 Matej Zagar 7, 12 Michael Jepsen Jensen 5, 13 Tomas H Jonasson 5, 14 Troy Batchelor 3, 15 Chris Harris 3, 16 Krzysztof Kasprzak 1, 17 Bartosz Zmarzlik DNR, 18 Pawel Przedpelski DNR.
     
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    WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS:
    1 Tai Woffinden 151, 2 Greg Hancock 126, 3 Nicki Pedersen 124, 4 Niels-Kristian Iversen 105, 5 Jason Doyle 103, 6 Matej Zagar 100, 7 Maciej Janowski 95, 8 Chris Holder 93, 9 Peter Kildemand 79, 10 Michael Jepsen Jensen 77, 11 Andreas Jonsson 76, 12 Troy Batchelor 57, 13 Chris Harris 55, 14 Tomas H Jonasson 51, 15 Krzysztof Kasprzak 36, 16 Jaroslaw Hampel 31, 17 Antonio Lindback 20, 18 Bartosz Zmarzlik 17, 19 Piotr Pawlicki 8, 20 Craig Cook 7, 21 Mikkel Michelsen 6, 22 Tomasz Gollob 4, 23 Timo Lahti 3, 24 Kasts Puodzuks 3, 25 Vaclav Milik 2, 26 Robert Lambert 1, 27 Adrian Cyfer 1, 28 Aleksander Conda 1, 29 Denis Stojs 1
     
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    Greg Hancock has won the 2015 Don Smallgoods Australian FIM Speedway Grand Prix at Etihad Stadium tonight.
    He defeated Niels-Kristian Iversen and Maciej Janowski in the final
     
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    FIM AUSTRALIAN SPEEDWAY GRAND PRIX, Melbourne
    Greg Hancock 21 (1st), Niels-Kristian Iversen 15 (2nd), Maciej Janowski 11 (3rd), Jason Doyle 11 (4th), Peter Kildemand 13, Tai Woffinden 12, Andreas Jonsson 12, Krzysztof Kasprzak 9, Michael J Jensen 7, Nicki Pedersen 7, Matej Zagar 6, Sam Masters 5, Tomas H Jonasson 4, Troy Batchelor 3, Chris Holder 2, Chris Harris 0.
     
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    FINAL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (After round 12 of 12)
    Tai Woffinden 163, Greg Hancock 147, Nicki Pedersen 131, Niels-Kristian Iversen 120, Jason Doyle 114, Maciej Janowski 106, Matej Zagar 106, Chris Holder 95. (Top 8 automatically qualify for 2016 GP Series).
    Peter Kildemand 92, Andreas Jonsson 88, Michael J Jensen 84, Troy Batchelor 60, Chris Harris 55, Tomas H Jonasson 55, Krzysztof Kasprzak 45, Jaroslaw Hampel 31, Antonio Lindback 20, Bartosz Zmarzlik 17, Piotr Pawlicki 8, Craig Cook 7, Mikkel Michelsen 6, Sam Masters 5, Tomasz Gollob 4, Timo Lahti 3, Kasts Puodzuks 3, Vaclav Milik 2, Robert Lambert 1, Adrian Cyfer 1, Aleksander Conda 1, Denis Stojs 1, Nike Lunna 0, Jiri Nieminen 0, Matej Kus 0, Josef Franc 0, Jason Garrity 0
     
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    WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP ROLL OF HONOUR
    NOTE: Run as a one-off World Final from 1936-1994 and as the Grand Prix from 1995-2015.

    YEAR FIRST SECOND THIRD
    1936 Lionel Van Praag Eric Langton Bluey Wilkinson
    1937 Jack Milne Wilbur Lamoreaux Cordy Milne
    1938 Bluey Wilkinson Jack Milne Wilbur Lamoreaux
    1939-48 Not staged
    1949 Tommy Price Jack Parker Louis Lawson
    1950 Freddie Williams Wally Green Graham Warren
    1951 Jack Young Split Waterman Jack Biggs
    1952 Jack Young Freddie Williams Bob Oakley
    1953 Freddie Williams Split Waterman Geoff Mardon
    1954 Ronnie Moore Brian Crutcher Olle Nygren
    1955 Peter Craven Ronnie Moore Barry Briggs
    1956 Ove Fundin Ronnie Moore Arthur Forrest
    1957 Barry Briggs Ove Fundin Peter Craven
    1958 Barry Briggs Ove Fundin Aub Lawson
    1959 Ronnie Moore Ove Fundin Barry Briggs
    1960 Ove Fundin Ronnie Moore Peter Craven
    1961 Ove Fundin Bjorn Knutsson Gote Nordin
    1962 Peter Craven Barry Briggs Ove Fundin
    1963 Ove Fundin Bjorn Knutsson Barry Briggs
    1964 Barry Briggs Igor Plechanov Ove Fundin
    1965 Bjorn Knutsson Igor Plechanov Ove Fundin
    1966 Barry Briggs Sverre Harrfeldt Antoni Woryna
    1967 Ove Fundin Bengt Jansson Ivan Mauger
    1968 Ivan Mauger Barry Briggs Edward Jancarz
    1969 Ivan Mauger Barry Briggs Soren Sjosten
    1970 Ivan Mauger Paweł Waloszek Antoni Woryna
    1971 Ole Olsen Ivan Mauger Bengt Jansson
    1972 Ivan Mauger Bernt Persson Ole Olsen
    1973 Jerzy Szczakiel Ivan Mauger Zenon Plech
    1974 Anders Michanek Ivan Mauger Sören Sjösten
    1975 Ole Olsen Anders Michanek John Louis
    1976 Peter Collins Malcolm Simmons Phil Crump
    1977 Ivan Mauger Peter Collins Ole Olsen
    1978 Ole Olsen Gordon Kennett Scott Autrey
    1979 Ivan Mauger Zenon Plech Michael Lee
    1980 Michael Lee Dave Jessup Billy Sanders
    1981 Bruce Penhall Ole Olsen Tommy Knudsen
    1982 Bruce Penhall Les Collins Dennis Sigalos
    1983 Egon Müller Billy Sanders Michael Lee
    1984 Erik Gundersen Hans Nielsen Lance King
    1985 Erik Gundersen Hans Nielsen Sam Ermolenko
    1986 Hans Nielsen Jan O. Pedersen Kelvin Tatum
    1987 Hans Nielsen Erik Gundersen Sam Ermolenko
    1988 Erik Gundersen Hans Nielsen Jan O. Pedersen
    1989 Hans Nielsen Simon Wigg Jeremy Doncaster
    1990 Per Jonsson Shawn Moran * Todd Wiltshire
    1991 Jan O. Pedersen Tony Rickardsson Hans Nielsen
    1992 Gary Havelock Per Jonsson Gert Handberg
    1993 Sam Ermolenko Hans Nielsen Chris Louis
    1994 Tony Rickardsson Hans Nielsen Craig Boyce
    1995 Hans Nielsen Tony Rickardsson Sam Ermolenko
    1996 Billy Hamill Hans Nielsen Greg Hancock
    1997 Greg Hancock Billy Hamill Tomasz Gollob
    1998 Tony Rickardsson Jimmy Nilsen Tomasz Gollob
    1999 Tony Rickardsson Tomasz Gollob Hans Nielsen
    2000 Mark Loram Billy Hamill Tony Rickardsson
    2001 Tony Rickardsson Jason Crump Tomasz Gollob
    2002 Tony Rickardsson Jason Crump Ryan Sullivan
    2003 Nicki Pedersen Jason Crump Tony Rickardsson
    2004 Jason Crump Tony Rickardsson Greg Hancock
    2005 Tony Rickardsson Jason Crump Leigh Adams
    2006 Jason Crump Greg Hancock Nicki Pedersen
    2007 Nicki Pedersen Leigh Adams Jason Crump
    2008 Nicki Pedersen Jason Crump Tomasz Gollob
    2009 Jason Crump Tomasz Gollob Emil Sayfutdinov
    2010 Tomasz Gollob Jaroslaw Hampel Jason Crump
    2011 Greg Hancock Andreas Jonsson Jaroslaw Hampel
    2012 Chris Holder Nicki Pedersen Greg Hancock
    2013 Tai Woffinden Jaroslaw Hampel Niels-Kristian Iversen
    2014 Greg Hancock Krzysztof Kasprzak Nicki Pedersen
    2015 Tai Woffinden Greg Hancock Nicki Pedersen
     
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