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 On Saturday there were first qualifying rounds to Speedway European Championships series. In Krsko and Daugavpils the riders, who were main candidates to final triumph, won. Five riders from each round have qualified for the challenge.

 In Daugavpils the best was Dane, Michael Jepsen Jensen who lost only in his last heat. He was beaten by Patryk Dudek who was third in the whole tournament. The places on the podium were known after additional heat which was won by Andzejs Lebedevs. Just after the podium was Maciej Janowski, ex - World Champion U21. Last, who qualified for the challenge, is Kjastas Puodzuks. Reserved in Hungary will be Renat Gafurow who replaced Aleksandr Loktajew at the very last moment.


1. Michael Jepsen Jensen (Denmark) - (3,3,3,3,2) 14
2. Andrzej Lebiediew (Latvia) - (3,2,3,e,3) 11+3
3. Patryk Dudek (Poland) - (2,0,3,3,3) 11+2
4. Maciej Janowski (Polska) - (3,2,2,2,2) 11+1
5. Kjastas Puodzuks (Latvia) - (0,3,2,3,3) 11+0
6. Renat Gafurow (Russia) - (2,2,3,1,2) 10
7. Josef Franc (Czech Republic) - (3,2,1,1,3) 10+2
8. Rory Schlein (Australia, British licence) - (2,1,1,3,1) 8
9. Dennis Andersson (Sweden) - (1,3,0,2,1) 7
10. Tero Aarnio (Finland) - (1,3,1,2,0) 7
11. Andriej Kudriaszow (Russia) - (2,t,2,2,1) 7
12. Max Dilger (Germany) - (1,1,2,0,1) 5
13. Eduard Krcmar (Czech Republic) - (0,1,0,1,2) 4
14. Siergiej Darkin (Russia) - (1,f,0,1,0) 2
15. Iwan Pleszakow (Latvia) - (1,1,d) 2
16. Adrian Gheorghe (Romania) - (0,0,0,d,ns) 0
17. Stanisław Mielniczuk (Ukraine) - (e,-,-,-,ns) 0
18. Wiaczesław Giruckis (Latvia) - (e) 0

Heat by heat:

1. Franc, Dudek, Darkin, Krcmar
2. Jensen, Gafurow, Dilger, Puodżuks
3. Lebiediew, Schlein, Aarnio, Mielniczuk (e)
4. Janowski, Kudriaszow, Andersson, Gheorghe
5. Aarnio, Franc, Dilger, Giruckis (e) (Kudriaszow - t)
6. Puodżuks, Janowski, Schlein, Dudek
7. Jensen, Lebiediew, Krcmar, Gheorghe
8. Andersson, Gafurow, Pleszakow, Darkin (f)
9. Lebiediew, Puodżuks, Franc, Andersson
10. Dudek, Dilger, Pleszakow, Gheorghe
11. Gafurow, Janowski, Aarnio, Krcmar
12. Jensen, Kudriaszow, Schlein, Darkin
13. Jensen, Janowski, Franc, Pleszakow (d)
14. Dudek, Kudriaszow, Gafurow, Lebiediew (e)
15. Schlein, Andersson, Krcmar, Dilger
16. Puodżuks, Aarnio, Darkin, Gheorghe (d)
17. Franc, Gafurow, Schlein, Gheorghe (ns)
18. Dudek, Jensen, Andersson, Aarnio
19. Puodżuks, Krcmar, Kudriaszow, Mielniczuk (ns)
20. Lebiediew, Janowski, Dilger, Darkin

Additional heat for the 6th place:

21. Gafurow, Franc

Additional heat for the 2nd place:

22. Lebiediew, Dudek, Janowski, Puodzuks

In the second qualifying round in Krsko, Slovenia there were also no surprise. Latvian Maksim Bogdanows who won in additional heat with Przemyslaw Pawlicki and Andriej Karpow. Fourth place for Croat, Jurica Pavlic and the last place, which gives the qualification for Debrecen, for Dane Hans Andersen. Second reserved in Challenge will be Daniel Nermark who beat in additional heat Dane Anders Thomsen.


1. Maksim Bogdanow (Latvia) - 13+3(3,1,3,3,3)
2. Przemysław Pawlicki (Poland) - 13+2(2,3,2,3,3)
3. Andriej Karpow (Ukraine) - 13+1(3,3,3,2,2)
4. Jurica Pavlic (Croatia) - 12(3,3,2,1,3)
5. Hans Andersen (Denmark) - 11 (2,3,1,3,2)
6. Daniel Nermark (Sweden) - 9+3(0,2,3,2,2)
7. Anders Thomsen (Denmark) - 9+2 (1,2,2,1,3)
8. Norbert Magosi (Hungary) - 9+d (0,2,3,3,1)
9. Matic Voldrih (Slovenia) - 8 (2,2,1,2,1)
10. Michele Paco Castagna (Italy) - 6 (1,1,0,2,2)
11. Christian Hefenbrock (Germany) - 6 (1,1,2,1,1)
12. Aleksander Conda (Slovenia) - 3 (3,-,-,-,-)
13. Daniel Gappmaier (Austria) - 3 (2,0,1,0,0)
14. Ondrej Smetana (Czech Republic) - 3 (0,0,1,1,1)
15. Mattia Carpanese (Italy) - 2 (1,1,0,0,0)
16. Henry van der Steen (The Netherlands) - 0 (0,0,0,0,0)
17. Denis Stojs (Slovenia) - 0 (0,0,0)
18. Maks Gregoric (Slovenia) - 0 (0)

Heat after heat :

1. Karpow, Andersen, Castagna, Nermark
2. Conda, Gappmaier, Carpanese, van der Steen
3. Bogdanow, Voldrih, Hefenbrock, Magosi
4. Pavlic, Pawlicki, Thomsen, Smetana
5. Pawlicki, Nermark, Bogdanow, Gappmaier
6. Pavlic, Voldrih, Castagna, van der Steen
7. Andersen, Thomsen, Hefenbrock, Stojs
8. Karpow, Magosi, Carpanese, Smetana
9. Nermark, Hefenbrock, Smetana, van der Steen
10. Magosi, Thomsen, Gappmaier, Castagna
11. Bogdanow, Pavlic, Andersen, Carpanese
12. Karpow, Pawlicki, Voldrih, Stojs
13. Magosi, Nermark, Pavlic, Stojs
14. Pawlicki, Castagna, Hefenbrock, Castagna
15. Andersen, Voldrih, Smetana, Gappmaier
16. Bogdanow, Karpow, Thomsen, van der Steen
17. Thomsen, Nermark, Voldrih, Carpanese
18. Bogdanow, Castagna, Smetana, Gregoric
19. Pawlicki, Andersen, Magosi, van der Steen
20. Pavlic, Karpow, Hefenbrock, Gappmaier

Additional heat for 6th place:

21. Nermark, Thomsen, Magosi (d/s)

Additional heat for 1st place:

22. Bogdanow, Pawlicki, Karpow


Third qualifying round is on 25th May in Żarnowica.

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