The Individual European Champion 2021 competition will run from 1st May until 10th July. The European Motorcycle Federation (FIM Europe) has published a makeshift calendar for the next season.
The TAURON SEC season in the year 2020 was more than unique. The series provided us with many emotions and a few special events, which are worth to mention after all. Speedway enthusiasts probably took notice of many details that we have not experienced in previous years or might come to conclusion, that in some cases history likes to repeat itself. Let's take a closer look at this year’s Individual European Championship competition.
Mikkel Michelsen took fourth place in this year's TAURON Speedway Euro Championship series. Before the start of the competition, The Dane announced the fight to defend his title he won a year ago, but less successful tournaments in Rybnik, Gniezno and Toruń crossed out his chances for final victory.
Leon Madsen got the silver medal of the Individual European Championships. The Dane won three rounds of this year's cycle, but it was not enough to reclaim the title.
Robert Lambert became the new Individual European Champion. At the end of the TAURON SEC 2020 cycle, the British won the final round in Toruń. The fight for the gold medal was decided excitingly in the very final heat in which Lambert crossed the finish line before Leon Madsen.
Motoarena in Torun hosted the last and crucial round of this year's TAURON Speedway Euro Championship. After a tight and even tournament, the victory was achieved by Robert Lambert, who additionally won the title of Individual European Champion in 2020!
Leon Madsen surprisingly took “only” sixth place during the third round of the TAURON Speedway Euro Championship 2020 which took place in Gniezno. The Dane scored nine points and now is on the second place in the interim classification of the cycle with a two point loss to the leader, Robert Lambert.
It's not the best year in the TAURON SEC series for Michael Jepsen Jensen. The Dane scored 18 points in twenty races and is on the 15th place in the interim classification of the cycle. Liglad stresses that he is struggling not only with rivals or bikes, but also with many non-racing situations this year.
Grigorij Laguta took the third place during Thursday's round of TAURON Speedway Euro Championship, which took place in Gniezno. The Russian scored 11 points and as a consequence is also on the third place in the interim classification of the series.
Timo Lahti took second place during the TAURON Speedway Euro Championship round in Gniezno. The result of the Finnish representative should be considered as a big surprise, even more as the day before in Rybnik he took last place with only two points scored.
Robert Lambert won the third round of the TAURON Speedway Euro Championship 2020 in Gniezno. Thanks to his high score, the Brit moved up to the first place in the interim classification of the series. Before the final round in Toruń, Lambert got two points advantage over Leon Madsen.
Robert Lambert won in the third round (fourth general) of this year's Individual European Championship, which took place in Gniezno. The tournament, which will decide about the final classification and splitting medals, will be held on 29th of July at Motoarena in Toruń.