2005 Individual Speedway European Championship

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2005 Individual Speedway European Championship
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The 2005 Individual Speedway European Championship

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Qualification

Final

Pos.RiderCountryPts.Heats
1 Jesper B. Jensen Denmark 14(3,3,3,2,3) +3
2 Aleš Dryml, Jr. Czech Republic 14(3,3,2,3,3) +2
3 Kai Laukkanen Finland 12(1,3,3,3,2)
4 Lukáš Dryml Czech Republic 10(3,2,1,1,3)
5 Damian Baliński Poland 10(2,2,3,2,1)
6 Renat Gafurov Russia 10(2,2,3,1,2)
7 David Ruud Sweden 9(0,3,2,3,1)
8 Matej Ferjan Slovenia 8(2,1,1,3,1)
9 Piotr Świderski Poland 7(2,X,0,2,3)
10 Laszlo Szatmari Hungary 6(1,2,2,1,X)
11 Tomasz Gapiński Poland 5(1,1,1,0,2)
12 Peter Ljung Sweden 4(1,F,0,2,1)
13 Michał Szczepaniak Poland 3(3,0,X,0,0)
14 Henrik Møller Denmark 3(0,1,0,1,1)
15 Daniele Tessari Italy 2(0,0,2,0,0)
16 Sławomir Drabik Poland 1(X,0,1,0,E)
R1 Henning Bager Denmark --
R2 Tomáš Suchánek Czech Republic --

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