Get your tickets for SEC qualifications in Poznań

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On April 27th, at Golęcin track in Poznań, second qualifying round to SEC Challenge 2019 will be held. Starting list include riders of local club - Power Duck Iveston PSŻ Poznań.

As every year, 64 riders from all around Europe are going to stand and fight in Speedway Euro Championship qualifications. Poznań will be one of four host cities for this qualifying stage. Their 370 meters long track will be the arena of battle between TAURON SEC 2018 finalists: Kai Huckenbeck and Andriy Kudriashov. Local fans will surely support their favourites - David Bellego, Vladimir Borodulin and Eduard Krcmar. Other qualifying rounds will be held in Gorican (27.04), Rivne (01.05), Krsko (01.05). SEC Challenge is planned on May 25th in Nagyhalasz (Hungary).

For this moment, there are only 5 riders with a sure spot in SEC 2019 line up. This list includes last year's TOP 5: Leon Madsen, Jarosław Hampel, Robert Lambert, Mikkel Michelsen and Antonio Lindbaeck. Next ten spots are secured for the ones, who will go through qualification rounds or will receive wild cards from the organizers.

Qualifying round to SEC 2019 - Poznań, April 27th, 2019, 3:45 PM CET. Tickets can be purchased via and prices go as below:

Normal ticket - 25 PLN
Reduced-fare - 18 PLN
Under 15 y.o. - 1 PLN

Reduced-fare ticket is entitled to students under 24 y.o. (exact date of birth is decisive) and people over 65 y.o. (exact date of birth is decisive).

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