1999 Speedway World Team Cup

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1999 Speedway World Team Cup
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The 1999 Speedway World Team Cup was the 40th edition of the FIM Speedway World Team Cup to determine the team world champions. [1] [2]

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The final took took place at Pardubice in the Czech Republic. The winners were the Australia team who claimed their second title and first since winning the 1976 Speedway World Team Cup. [3] [4]


Preliminary round

Venue : Veenord, Holland

FirstSecondThirdFourth
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 42
Theo Pijper 13
Maik Groen 13
Jim Groen 8
Erik Eijbergen 7
Emiel Groen 1
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 38
Toni Pilotto 15
Heinrich Schatzer 11
Helmut Lercher 7
Siegfried Eder 5
Thomas Stadler 0
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 36
Zlatko Krznaric 19
Zejliko Feher 9
Renato Kuster 5
Tomislav Radic 3
Flag of Ukraine.svg  Ukraine 14
Vladimir Trofimov 13
Aleksander Liatosinsky 12
Vladimir Kolodij 2

Holland, Austria and Croatia to Quarter-Final

Quarter Final

Venue : Lonigo, Italy

FirstSecondThirdFourth
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 55
Jason Crump 17
Leigh Adams 15
Jason Lyons 12
Todd Wiltshire 11
Flag of Italy.svg  Italy 47
Armando Castagna 14
Andrea Maida 13
Stefano Alfonso 11
Graziano Franchetti 5
Simone Terenzani 4
Flag of Slovenia.svg  Slovenia 30
Matej Ferjan 12
Tomas Sustersic 7
Gerhard Lekse 5
Izak Šantej 4
Flag of Austria.svg  Austria 11
Helmut Lercher 4
Sigfried Eder 4
Thomas Stadler 2
Heinrich Schatzer 1

Australia to Semi-Final

Venue : Abensberg, Germany

FirstSecondThirdFourth
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 56
Gerd Riss 16
Matthias Kröger 14
Joachim Kugelmann 14
Robert Barth 12
Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 39
Bent E. Larsen 12
Kenneth Borgenhaug 11
Björn Hansen 9
Kjell O. Sola 7
Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia 29
Zlatko Krznaric 17
Renato Kuster 8
Zejliko Feher 4
Tomislav Radic 0
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 20
Theo Pijper 10
Maik Groen 8
Jim Groen 1
Henk Bos 1

Germany to Semi-Final

Semi Final

Venue : Poole, England

FirstSecondThirdFourth
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 53
1.Chris Louis (3,3,2,2,2,3) - 15
2.Scott Nicholls (e,0,-,-,3,2) - 5
3.Joe Screen (2,1,3,3,2,3) - 14
4.Mark Loram (3,2,2,2,3,-) - 12
5.Carl Stonehewer (-,-,3,3,-,1) - 7
Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark 45
11.Hans Nielsen (3,3,3,1,3,1) - 14
12.John Jørgensen (2,0,1,3,2,0) - 8
13.Jesper B. Jensen (3,2,3,0,3,3) - 14
14.Brian Karger (1,1,2,1,2,2) - 9
15.Charlie Gjedde - NS
Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 30
6.Gerd Riss (2,3,1,2,f/x,-) - 8
7.Matthias Kröger (0,2,0,0,1,e) - 3
8.Robert Barth (2,3,2,1,1,3/2) - 14
9.Robbie Kessler (1,1,0,-,-,-) - 2
10.Joachim Kugelmann (-,-,-,3,f,0) - 3
Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary 16
16.Sándor Tihanyi (1,2,1,0,0,1) - 5
17.Zoltán Adorján (0,0,0,1,1,2) - 4
18.Róbert Nagy (1,0,0,0,0,1) - 2
19.Attila Stefáni (0,1,1,2,1,0) - 5
20.

Great Britain to World Final

Venue : Leszno, Poland

FirstSecondThirdFourth
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 51
1.Jason Crump (3,3,2,3,3,3) - 17
2.Jason Lyons (2,2,3,2,2,2) - 13
3.Leigh Adams (3,2,3,2,0,2) - 12
4.Ryan Sullivan (1,1,2,3,1,1) - 9
5.Todd Wiltshire - ns
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 43
16.Roman Jankowski (2,2,-,-,1,-) - 5
17.Sławomir Drabik (0,3,3,0,-,-) - 6
18.Rafał Dobrucki (1,3,1,1,-,-) - 6
19.Piotr Protasiewicz (2,2,0,-,1,3/2)-11
20.Tomasz Gollob (-,-,2,1/3,3,3,e/3) - 15
Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden 26
11.Jimmy Nilsen - ns
12.Mikael Karlsson (e,0,3,3,2,1) - 9
13.Stefan Dannö (2,1,1,1,2,1) - 8
14.Peter Svensson (-,0,0,0,0,0) - 0
15.Henrik Gustafsson (3/3,3,e,e,-,-) - 9
Flag of Russia.svg  Russia 24
6.Roman Povazhny (1,0,0,1,1,1) - 4
7.Sergey Darkin (0,1,1,2,-/1,2) - 7
8.Sergey Eroshin (1,0,-,-,0/-,-) - 11
9.Mikhail Starostin (0,-,1,0,-,0) - 11
10.Oleg Kurguskin (-,1,2,2,3,3) - 11

Australia to World Final

World final

Venue : Pardubice, Czech Republic

FirstSecondThirdFourth
Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 40
16.Jason Crump (3,1,3,3,0,3) - 13
17.Jason Lyons (0,2,2,2,2,2) - 10
18.Leigh Adams (1,3,1,3,3,3) - 14
19.Ryan Sullivan (3,2,3,2,2,-) - 12
20.Todd Wiltshire (-,-,-,-,-,2) - 2
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 35
11.Bohumil Brhel (-,3,1,0,2,3) - 9
12.Aleš Dryml Jr. (0,2,3,1,3,1) - 10
13.Antonín Šváb Jr. (f,-,-,-,-,e) - 0
14.Michal Makovský (2,1,1,2,1,1) - 8
15.Antonín Kasper Jr. (2,3,0,3,0,-) - 8
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 29+3
1.Sam Ermolenko (3,2,2,2,3/3,0) 16+3
2.Ronnie Correy (0,0,-,-,-,-) - 0
3.Greg Hancock (2,1,1,1/1,-,0) - 6
4.Billy Hamill (1,f,2,1/e,1,1) - 6
5.Josh Larsen (-,-,-,0,-,-) - 0
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 29+2
6.Chris Louis (3,1,3,3,1,1) - 12
7.Carl Stonehewer (1,-,e,-,0,0) - 1
8.Joe Screen (1,0,0,0,-,3) 4+2
9.Mark Loram (2,3,2/0,1,2,2) - 12
10.Andy Smith (-,0,-,-,0,-) - 0

Australia win Championship. United States third after Sam Ermolenko beat Joe Screen in a race off.

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