2007 European Speedway Club Champions' Cup

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2007 European Speedway Club Champions' Cup
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The 2007 European Speedway Club Champions' Cup.


21 July Flag of Croatia.svg Goričan Flag of Croatia.svg SK Unia Goričan result
21 July Flag of Ukraine.svg Rivne Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti result
10 October Flag of Hungary.svg Miskolc Flag of Hungary.svg Speedway Miskolc result



PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819202122232425
1 Flag of Croatia.svg SK Unia 90481216202428323637414448525559626468727679838790
(1) Jurica Pavlič 2044444
(2) Adrian Rymel 1744333
(3) Robert Miśkowiak 1844424
(4) Mariusz Puszakowski 2044444
(5) Nikola Martinec 1541343
2 Flag of Austria.svg Radre Pio Natschbach 573369111417171923263032343537394345485153535657
(1) Manuel Hauzinger 1834443
(2) Friedrich Wallner 803221
(3) Andrea Maida 1433233
(4) Guglielmo Franchetti 830122
(5) Łukasz Kasparek 922320
3 Flag of Slovenia.svg AMTK Ljubljana 45035678991214161819192323232630323437373745
(1) Matej Žagar 0F----
(2) Jernej Kolenko 23334328J
(3) Izak Šantej 1322243
(4) Maks Gregorič 611220
(5) Matic Voldrih 311100
4 Flag of Germany.svg MC Pfaffenhofen 3912225778912131417232326303131323233363739
(1) Erik Pudel 711311
(2) Ronny Weis 1613633
(3) Max Dilger 7F2041
(4) René Schäfer 400112
(5) Mathias Bartz 53110F
5 Flag of France.svg MC Marmande 222457779121212121212131314151516161919202222
(1) Theo Pijper 622011
(2) Mathieu Tressarieu 72T3002
(3) Stephane Tressarieu 210010
(4) Christophe Dubernard 62X013
(5) Jeremy Diraison 10-100
PlacingTeam / Rider NameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9101112131415161718192021222324 25

M - exclusion for exceeding two minute time allowance • T - exclusion for touching the tapes • X - other exclusion • E - retired or mechanical failure • F - fell


Helmet colours was permanent for each teams (Red, Blue, White, Yellow/Black and Green). Colours in diagrams means gate positions:
gate A – insidegate Bgate Cgate Dgate E – outside


1 Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti 49
Flag of Russia.svg (9) Roman Ivanov 15(3,3,3,3,3)
Flag of Russia.svg (10) Daniil Ivanov 12(2,2,3,2,3)
Flag of Russia.svg (12) Denis Saifutdinov 4(2,-,-,2)
Flag of Russia.svg (13) Ilia Bondarenko 11(3,2,1,2,3)
Flag of Russia.svg (19) Emil Saifutdinov 7(3,2,2)
2 Flag of Latvia.svg Lokomotiv Daugavpils 37
Flag of Latvia.svg (5) Maksims Bogdanovs 11(3,2,3,2,1)
Flag of Russia.svg [1] (6) Grigory Laguta 13(2,3,3,3,2)
Flag of Latvia.svg (7) Leonid Paura 9(x,2,2,3,2)
Flag of Latvia.svg (8) Viaczeslav Gieruckij 4(0,1,0,f,3)
(18) None
3 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg AS Slaný 21
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (1) Richard Wolff 7(1,3,1,1,1)
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (2) Martin Malek 4(1,0,2,0,1)
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (3) Hynek Stichauer 2(1,0,1,e,-)
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (4) Filip Šitera 8(1,0,1,3,1,2)
(17) None
4 Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraina Rivne 13
Flag of Latvia.svg (13) Ķasts Poudžuks 4(3,1,0,0,e)
Flag of Ukraine.svg (14) Andriej Karpow 6(2,1,2,1,0)
Flag of Poland.svg (15 or 16) Marek Mróz 1(0,e,e,1,e)
Flag of Poland.svg (16 or 15) Tomasz Łukaszewicz 2(0,1,0,1,0)
(20) None


1 Flag of Hungary.svg Speedway Miskolc 47
Flag of Denmark.svg (13) Hans Andersen 14(3,3,3,3,2)
Flag of Hungary.svg (14) Norbert Magosi 6(-,0,2,2,2)
Flag of Hungary.svg (15) László Szatmári 0(0,-,-,-,-)
Flag of Slovenia.svg [2] (16) Matej Ferjan 12(2,2,3,3,2)
Flag of Hungary.svg (20) Jason Crump 15(3,3,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Poland.svg Atlas Wrocław 31
Flag of Poland.svg (5) Tomasz Gapiński 10(3,1,2,1,3)
Flag of Poland.svg (6) Krzysztof Słaboń 10(3,2,1,3,1)
Flag of Poland.svg (7) Tomasz Jędrzejak 5(1,e,1,1,2)
Flag of Poland.svg (8) Maciej Janowski 6(f,2,1,0,3)
(18) None
3 Flag of Russia.svg Mega-Lada Togliatti 28
Flag of Poland.svg (9) Rune Holta 13(2,3,3,2,3)
Flag of Russia.svg (10) Daniil Ivanov 3(1,1,-,0,1)
Flag of Russia.svg (11) Roman Ivanov 6(-,2,2,2,0)
Flag of Russia.svg (12) Emil Saifutdinov 0(e,-,0,-,-)
Flag of the United States.svg (19) Greg Hancock 6(2,1,e,2,1)
4 Flag of Croatia.svg SC Unia Goričan 17
Flag of Croatia.svg (1) Jurica Pavlič 2(2,n,n,n,n)
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (2) Luboš Tomíček, Jr. 5(1,1,1,1,1)
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (3) Adrian Rymel 7(1,3,2,1,0)
Flag of Croatia.svg (4) Ivan Vargek 0(0,0,0,0,0)
(17) None

Heat after heat:

  1. Gapiński, Ferjan, D. Ivanov, Vargek
  2. Słaboń, Holta, Rymel, Szatmári
  3. Andersen, Hancock, Tomicek, Janowski (F)
  4. Crump, Pavlic, Jędrzejak, Saifutdinov (E)
  5. Andersen, Słaboń, Hancock, Vargek
  6. Rymel, R. Ivanov, Gapiński, Magosi
  7. Holta, Ferjan, Tomicek, Jędrzejak (E)
  8. Crump, Janowski, D. Ivanov
  9. Holta, Magosi, Janowski, Vargek
  10. Andersen, Rymel, Jędrzejak, Hancock (E)
  11. Crump, Gapiński, Tomicek, Saifutdinov
  12. Ferjan, R. Ivanov, Słaboń
  13. Ferjan, Hancock, Rymel, Janowski
  14. Crump, R. Ivanov, Jędrzejak, Vargek
  15. Słaboń, Magosi, Tomicek, D. Ivanov
  16. Andersen, Holta, Gapiński
  17. Crump, Jędrzejak, Hancock, Vargek (T)
  18. Janowski, Magosi, D. Ivanov
  19. Gapiński, Ferjan, Tomicek, R. Ivanov
  20. Holta, Andersen, Słaboń, Rymel

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