Entire line-up for SEC Challenge is here

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After two last rounds of qualifying held in Mureck and Debrecen, we finally got to know the line-up for SEC Challenge, which will take place on May 14 in Nagyhalasz.

Lots of surprising results happen in today's meetings held in Mureck (Austria) and Debrecen (Hungary). In the first one, Timo Lahti scored 14 and won the fourth qualifying round. Unexpectedly, the second place went to another representative of Finland, Antti Vuolas. Haapajärvi born rider scored 13, and defeated much more experienced riders like Kai Huckenbeck. The third place was taken by Dimitri Berge, who won four races in a row, ended the meeting with 12 points. The last place which provide the promotion to SEC Challenge went to Michael Jepsen Jensen (12).

In Debrecen, Szymon Woźniak scored 13 and got a promotion from the first place. Other two places which guaranteed start in Nagyhalasz were taken by Andzejs Lebedevs and Jacob Thorssell. Each one of them scored 12 points.

The final qualifying round to TAURON Speedway Euro Championship - SEC Challege - will be held in Nagyhalasz on May 14.

SEC Challenge participants:

1. Grzegorz Zengota (Poland)
2. Jan Kvech (Czech Rep.)
3. Martin Smolinski (Germany)
4. Mads Hansen (Denmark)
5. Antonio Lindbaeck (Sweden)
6. Andreas Lyager (Denmark)
7. Kacper Woryna (Poland)
8. Frederik Jakobsen (Denmark)
9. Timo Lahti (Finland)
10. Antti Vuolas (Finland)
11. Dimitri Berge (France)
12. Michael Jepsen Jensen (Denmark)
13. Szymon Woźniak (Poland)
14. Andzejs Lebedevs (Latvia)
15. Jacob Thorssell (Sweden)

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