Duets from seven countries will compete in Eurosport Speedway Best Pairs tournament on 8th June on Motoarena. One of the teams in a stake will be Americans with twice time individual world champion Greg Hancock as a leader. We were talking with "Grin" two weeks before this event.
Australians were standing on a World Cup podium three times. Each time they lacked a little bit of luck. "Kangaroos" duets were second every time, slightly losing with the winners.
12 medals - it's the number of medals that Swedes gathered on Pair Word Cup tournaments so far. It's the result 5 medals worse than their neighbours from Scandinavia - Danes. However, "Three Crowns" team is in the very top of medal classification, taking the third position.
Danes are the most succesfull nation in Speedway Pairs World Cup. They are leading in medal classification of this tournament, which has been organised from 1970 to 1993.
One of the best riders of the world this season is Emil Sajfutdinov. The russian won two of three Grand Prix tournaments, and he's the leader of his polish team - Dospel Włókniarz Częstochowa. Can this brave rider hold his form and reach for the most important trophies in this year?
Extremely succesfull season has Tomasz Gollob so far. Polish rider is a pillar of Enea Ekstraliga leader - Unibax Toruń - and he leads in Individual World Cup classification. Will Gollob lead polish duet to Eurosport Speedway Best Pairs championship on 8th June?
Polish pair Jerzy Szczakiel - Andrzej Wyglenda won for Poland their first and only Pair World Cup. It happened in 1971 on the track in Rybnik. We encourage you to read the conversation with the champion, who's talking about this succes and this year's Eurosport Speedway Best Pairs tournament.
Brother Grigorij and Artiom Laguta get excellent results in the beginning of the season . Both are pillars of their teams in polish extraligue. Brave russians will also perform on 8th June in Toruń, during Eurosport Speedway Best Pairs tournament.
A few weeks before the Eurosport Speedway Best Pairs competition, we spoke with three-time Individual World Champion, danish rider Nicki Pedersen. We encourage you to read the interview.