2007 Individual Speedway Junior European Championship

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2007 Individual Under-19 European Championship
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The 2007 Individual Speedway Junior European Championship was the 10th UEM Individual Speedway Junior European Championship season. The Final took place on August 19, 2007 in Częstochowa, Poland. European Championship was won by Nicolai Klindt from Denmark.

Częstochowa Place in Silesian, Poland

Częstochowa, (listen), is a city in southern Poland on the Warta River with 224,376 inhabitants making it the thirteenth-largest city in Poland. It is situated in the Silesian Voivodeship since 1999, and was previously the capital of the Częstochowa Voivodeship (1975–1998). However, Częstochowa is historically part of Lesser Poland, not of Silesia, and before 1795, it belonged to the Kraków Voivodeship. Częstochowa is located in the Kraków-Częstochowa Upland. It is the 13th most populous city in Poland. It is the largest economic, cultural and administrative hub in the northern part of the Silesian Voivodeship.

Poland republic in Central Europe

Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country located in Central Europe. It is divided into 16 administrative subdivisions, covering an area of 312,696 square kilometres (120,733 sq mi), and has a largely temperate seasonal climate. With a population of approximately 38.5 million people, Poland is the sixth most populous member state of the European Union. Poland's capital and largest metropolis is Warsaw. Other major cities include Kraków, Łódź, Wrocław, Poznań, Gdańsk, and Szczecin.

Nicolai Klindt is a Danish speedway rider has won 2007 Individual Under-19 European Champion title.

Contents

Calendar

Race format
Gate A
(inside)
B
 
C
 
D
(outside)
Heat No Riders starting No
1 1 2 3 4
2 5 7 6 8
3 10 11 9 12
4 15 14 16 13
5 13 1 5 9
6 14 10 2 6
7 11 15 7 3
8 4 8 12 16
9 6 16 1 11
10 12 5 15 2
11 8 9 3 14
12 13 4 10 7
13 7 12 14 1
14 2 13 8 11
15 16 3 10 5
16 9 6 4 15
17 1 8 15 10
18 9 2 7 16
19 3 12 13 6
20 5 14 11 4
Day Venue Winner
Domestic Qualifications
13 April Flag of Poland.svg Opole Flag of Poland.svg Maciej Piaszczyński result
Qualifying Round
28 April Flag of Romania.svg Brăila canceled result
Semi-Finals
28 May Flag of Hungary.svg Miskolc Flag of Croatia.svg Jurica Pavlič result
9 June Flag of Finland.svg Seinäjoki Flag of Denmark.svg Nicolai Klindt result
14 July Flag of Latvia.svg Daugavpils Flag of Slovakia.svg Martin Vaculík or
Flag of Germany.svg Kevin Wölbert [1]
result
Final
19 August Flag of Poland.svg Częstochowa Flag of Denmark.svg Nicolai Klindt result

Domestic Qualifications

Poland

Opole Place in Poland

Opole(listen) is a city located in southern Poland on the Oder River and the historical capital of Upper Silesia. With a population of approximately 127,792, it is currently the capital of the Opole Voivodeship and, also the seat of Opole County. With its long history dating back to the 8th century, Opole is one of the oldest cities in Poland.

Grzegorz Zengota(listen) is an international speedway rider who was a member of Poland U-21 national team. He has won Under-21 Speedway World Cup twice.

Pos. Rider Points Details
1 (16) Maciej Piaszczyński (POZ) 13 (3,3,2,2,3)
2 (4) Michał Mitko (RYB) 12 (2,2,2,3,3)
3 (1) Grzegorz Zengota (ZIE) 10+2+3+3 (3,1,1,2,3)
4 (3) Rafał Fieger (RYB) 10+3+2 (0,3,2,3,2)
5 (2) Michał Łopaczewski (ŁÓD) 10+3+1 (1,3,3,2,1)
6 (9) Borys Miturski (CZE) 10+1+2+0 (3,0,3,2,2)
7 (6) Adrian Szewczykowski (GOR) 10+2+1 (2,1,3,1,3)
8 (13) Adam Kajoch (LES) 9 (0,2,3,3,1)
9 (5) Piotr Korbel (WRO) 9 (3,3,1,1,1)
10 (12) Rafał Klimek (LUB) 8 (2,1,2,3,0)
11 (15) Mateusz Kowalczyk (CZE) 6 (2,2,0,0,2)
12 (14) Mateusz Jurga (LES) 5 (1,2,1,1,E)
13 (11) Bartosz Szymura (OPO)3 (1,X,0,E,2)
14 (17) Kamil Mistygacz (CZE) 2 (1,E,1)
15 (18) Emil Idziorek (OST) 1 (0,1,D,F,D)
16 (8) Marcel Kajzer (RAW) 1 (1,0,X,-,N)
17 (7) Damian Baliński jr (RAW) 0 (0,F,-,-,N)
18 (10) Marcin Piekarski (CZE) 0 (0,-,-,-,-)

Gates in 21st: A - Szewczykowski, B - Łopaczewski
Gates in 22nd: A - Fleger, B - Zengota, C - Miturski
Gates in 23rd: A - Zengota, B - Miturski, C - Szewczykowski
Gates in 24th: A - Fleger, B - Łopaczewski, C - Miturski, D - Zengota
(17) Mistygacz - heats: 7, 12, 14
(18) Idziorek - heats: 6, 12, 13, 15, 17

Heat Times:

1-8:62.3 - 63.1 - 63.5 - 63.2 - 63.2 - 62.9 - 63.8 - 64.1
9-16: 65.6 - 65.7 - 63.9 - 64.5 - 66.3 - 64.8 - 64.9 - 63.9
17-24: 67.4 - 66.3 - 65.8 - 63.9 - 67.3 - 67.2 - 65.7 - 64.8

Qualification

Miskolc City with county rights in Northern Hungary, Hungary

Miskolc (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈmiʃkolt͡s] is a city in northeastern Hungary, known for its heavy industry. With a population of 161,265 Miskolc is the fourth largest city in Hungary. It is also the county capital of Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén and the regional centre of Northern Hungary.

Seinäjoki City in South Ostrobothnia, Finland

Seinäjoki is a city located in South Ostrobothnia, Finland. Seinäjoki originated around the Östermyra bruk iron and gunpowder factories founded in 1798. Seinäjoki became a municipality in 1868, market town in 1931 and town in 1960. In 2005, the municipality of Peräseinäjoki was merged into Seinäjoki, and in the beginning of 2009, the neighbouring municipalities of Nurmo and Ylistaro were consolidated with Seinäjoki.

Daugavpils City in Latvia

Daugavpils is a city in southeastern Latvia, located on the banks of the Daugava River, from which the city gets its name. It is the second largest city in the country after the capital Riga, which is located some 230 kilometres to its north-west.

Final

PlacingRiderTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 91011121314151617181920PtsPos21
1 Flag of Denmark.svg (16) Nicolai Klindt 1432333141
2 Flag of Croatia.svg (10) Jurica Pavlič 1131313112
3 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (11) Filip Šitera 10230231053
4 Flag of Poland.svg (4) Borys Miturski 10332111062
5 Flag of Sweden.svg (8) Thomas H. Jonasson 10303311041
6 Flag of Slovakia.svg (12) Martin Vaculík 10013331030
7 Flag of Russia.svg (2) Artem Laguta 92320297
8 Flag of Germany.svg (13) Kevin Wölbert 82311188
9 Flag of Poland.svg (9) Adam Kajoch 71113179
10 Flag of Poland.svg (1) Grzegorz Zengota 7F/X2122710
11 Flag of Germany.svg (5) Tobias Busch 72F122711
12 Flag of Latvia.svg (6) Maksims Bogdanovs 602202612
13 Flag of Denmark.svg (15) Patrick Hougaard 512020513
14 Flag of Sweden.svg (3) Linus Sundström 3E1200314
15 Flag of Denmark.svg (14) Anders Andersen 100010115
16 Flag of Poland.svg (7) Maciej Piaszczyński 1100E0116
Flag of Hungary.svg (17) Jozsef Tabaka 00
Flag of Denmark.svg (18) Klaus Jakobsen 00
PlacingRiderTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516171819 20 PtsPos21

m - exclusion for exceeding two minute time allowance • t - exclusion for touching the tapes • x - other exclusion • e - retired or mechanical failure • f - fell • ns - non-starter • nc - non-classify

gate A - inside gate B gate C gate D - outside
Heat after heats:
  1. Miturski, Laguta, Sundstroem (E3), Zengota (F/X)
  2. Jonasson, Busch, Piaszczyński, Bogdanow
  3. Pavlič, Šitera, Kajoch, Vaculik
  4. Klindt, Wölbert, Hougaard, Andersen
  5. Wölbert, Zengota, Kajoch, Busch (F4)
  6. Laguta, Bogdanow, Pavlič, Andersen
  7. Šitera, Hougaard, Sundstroem, Piaszczyński
  8. Miturski, Klindt, Vaculik, Jonasson
  9. Klindt, Bogdanow, Zengota, Šitera
  10. Vaculik, Laguta, Busch, Hougaard
  11. Jonasson, Sundstroem, Kajoch, Andersen
  12. Pavlič, Miturski, Wölbert, Piaszczyński
  13. Vaculik, Zengota, Andersen, Piaszczyński (E3)
  14. Jonasson, Šitera, Wölbert, Laguta
  15. Klindt, Busch, Pavlič, Sundstroem
  16. Kajoch, Hougaard, Miturski, Bogdanow
  17. Pavlič, Zengota, Jonasson, Hougaard
  18. Klindt, Laguta, Kajoch, Piaszczyński
  19. Vaculik, Bogdanow, Wölbert, Sundstroem
  20. Šitera, Busch, Miturski, Andersen
    3-6 place
  21. Šitera, Miturski, Jonasson, Vaculik
Pos. Rider Points Heats
1 Flag of Denmark.svg (16) Nicolai Klindt 14 (3,2,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Croatia.svg (10) Jurica Pavlič 11 (3,1,3,1,3)
3 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (11) Filip Šitera 10+3 (0,3,0,2,3)
4 Flag of Poland.svg (4) Borys Miturski 10+2 (3,3,2,1,1)
5 Flag of Sweden.svg (8) Thomas H. Jonasson 10+1 (3,0,3,3,1)
6 Flag of Slovakia.svg (12) Martin Vaculík 10+0 (0,1,3,3,3)
7 Flag of Russia.svg (2) Artem Laguta 9 (2,3,2,0,2)
8 Flag of Germany.svg (13) Kevin Wölbert 8 (2,3,1,1,1)
9 Flag of Poland.svg (9) Adam Kajoch 7 (1,1,1,3,1)
10 Flag of Poland.svg (1) Grzegorz Zengota 7 (X,2,1,2,2)
11 Flag of Germany.svg (5) Tobias Busch 7 (2,F,1,2,2)
12 Flag of Latvia.svg (6) Maksims Bogdanovs 6 (0,2,2,0,2)
13 Flag of Denmark.svg (15) Patrick Hougaard 5 (1,2,0,2,0)
14 Flag of Sweden.svg (3) Linus Sundström 3 (E,1,2,0,0)
15 Flag of Denmark.svg (14) Anders Andersen 1 (0,0,0,1,0)
16 Flag of Poland.svg (7) Maciej Piaszczyński 1 (1,0,0,E,E)
Flag of Hungary.svg (17) Jozsef Tabaka
Flag of Denmark.svg (18) Klaus Jakobsen

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