2008 Individual Speedway European Championship

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The 2008 Individual Speedway European Championship

Jurica Pavlič from Croatia is the defending European champion.

Croatia sovereign republic in Southeast Europe

Croatia, officially the Republic of Croatia, is a country at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe, on the Adriatic Sea. It borders Slovenia to the northwest, Hungary to the northeast, Serbia to the east, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro to the southeast, sharing a maritime border with Italy. Its capital, Zagreb, forms one of the country's primary subdivisions, along with twenty counties. Croatia has an area of 56,594 square kilometres and a population of 4.28 million, most of whom are Roman Catholics.

Contents

Calendar

DayVenueWinner
Qualifying Rounds
27 April Flag of Germany.svg Neustadt/Donau Flag of Poland.svg Adrian Miedziński result
17 May Flag of Hungary.svg Gyula Flag of Hungary.svg Matej Ferjan result
18 May Flag of Ukraine.svg Lviv Flag of Poland.svg Tomasz Gapiński result
Semi-Finals
24 May Flag of Italy.svg Terenzano Flag of Russia.svg Denis Gizatullin result
8 June Flag of Germany.svg Herxheim Flag of Sweden.svg Mikael Max result
21 June Flag of Hungary.svg Debrecen Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov result
Final
24 August Flag of Slovenia.svg Lendava Flag of Slovenia.svg Matej Žagar result

Allocation

Rules:

Qualifying Rounds

  • Riders placed 1st to 8th + 2R in Qualifying Round 1 will advance to Semi-Final 1.
  • Riders placed 1st to 8th + 2R in Qualifying Round 2 will advance to Semi-Final 2.
  • Riders placed 1st to 8th + 2R in Qualifying Round 3 will advance to Semi-Final 3.

Semi-Finals

  • Riders placed 1st to 5th + 1R in Semi-Final 1 and Semi-Final 2 will qualify for the Final.
  • Riders placed 1st to 6th in Semi-Final 3 will qualify for the Final. But, if no Slovak rider qualifies for the Final, then only 5 riders will qualify from Semi-Final 3.
FMNsTotalQualificationSemi-FinalsF
123123
Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Ukraine.svg Flag of Italy.svg Flag of Germany.svg Flag of Hungary.svg Flag of Slovenia.svg
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czech Republic (ACCR)71222
Flag of Slovenia.svg Slovenia (AMZS)4211
Flag of Germany.svg Germany (DMSB)72122
Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark (DMU)6222
Flag of France.svg France (FFM)22
Flag of Belgium (civil).svg Belgium (FMB)11
Flag of Italy.svg Italy (FMI)312
Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland (FMS)11
Flag of Ukraine.svg Ukraine (FMU)321
Flag of Romania.svg Romania (FRM)22
Flag of Croatia.svg Croatia (HMS)321
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands (KNMV)321
Flag of Latvia.svg Latvia (LaMSF)22
Flag of Hungary.svg Hungary (MAMS)422
Flag of Russia.svg Russia (MFR)62211
Flag of Austria.svg Austria (OeAMTC)321
Flag of Poland.svg Poland (PZM)821212
Flag of Slovakia.svg Slovakia (SMF)211
Flag of Finland.svg Finland (SML)211
Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden (SVEMO)312
TOTAL72161616888

Qualifying Rounds

Neustadt/Donau

  • Qualifying Round 1
  • 2008-04-27 (2pm)
  • Flag of Germany.svg Neustadt/Donau
  • Referee: ?
  • Attendance: ?
  • Best Time: ?
Neustadt an der Donau Place in Bavaria, Germany

Neustadt an der Donau is a town in Lower Bavaria on the Danube in Bavaria, Germany. Lying on the western border of Landkreis Kelheim, Neustadt is primarily known for the thermal spa Bad Gögging. Neustadt had a population of 12,753 as of December 31, 2003.

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Poland.svg (5) Adrian Miedziński 14(3,3,2,3,3)
2 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (12) Adrian Rymel 13+3(3,3,3,1,3)
3 Flag of Germany.svg (7) Kevin Wölbert 13+2(2,2,3,3,3)
4 Flag of Denmark.svg (3) Mads Korneliussen 11(3,3,3,2,?)
5 Flag of Poland.svg (1) Daniel Jeleniewski 10(2,?,3,2,3)
6 Flag of Denmark.svg (10) Patrick Hougaard 10(2,3,2,1,2)
7 Flag of Slovenia.svg (2) Izak Šantej 8(1,2,1,2,2)
8 Flag of Germany.svg (14) Mathias Schultz 7(3,?,2,0,2)
9 Flag of Slovenia.svg (16) Maks Gregorič 6(1,2,2,?,1)
10 Flag of Germany.svg (17) Frank Facher 5+3(2,3,?,?)
11 Flag of Croatia.svg (6) Ivan Vargek 5+2(0,1,0,2,2)
12 Flag of Austria.svg (15) Manuel Novotny 4(?/-,1,0,3,0)
13 Flag of Austria.svg (8) Fritz Wallner 4(1,1,?,1,1)
14 Flag of Switzerland.svg (13) Sirg Schützbach 3(0,2,1,0,T/-)
15 Flag of France.svg (9) Sebastien Tressarieu 2(1,?,1,D,0)
16 Flag of Croatia.svg (11) Nikola Martinec 2(?,0,1,?/-,1)
17 Flag of France.svg (4) Theo di Palma 1(0,0,?,1,-)
- Flag of Germany.svg (18) Sebastian Mack --
(17 Facher) in heats: 4, 14, 19, 20

Gyula

  • Qualifying Round 2
  • 2008-05-17 (5 pm)
  • Flag of Hungary.svg Gyula
  • Referee:
  • Jury President:
  • Qualify: 8 + 2R
  • Changes: Riders 1 (GER), 9 (SWE) and 14 (NED) was replaced by two Track Reserves (HUN).
Gyula, Hungary Town in Békés, Hungary

Gyula is a town in Békés County, Hungary. The town is best known for its Medieval castle and a thermal bath. Ferenc Erkel, the composer of the Hungarian national anthem, and Albrecht Dürer the Elder, the father of Albrecht Dürer, also were born in Gyula.

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Hungary.svg (5) Matej Ferjan 14(3,3,3,2,3)
2 Flag of Denmark.svg (15) Morten Risager 12+3(2,3,2,3,2)
3 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (10) Filip Šitera 12+2(3,3,1,3,2)
4 Flag of Hungary.svg (7) Laszlo Szatmari 11(1,3,2,2,3)
5 Flag of Russia.svg (3) Alexey Kharchenko 10(2,2,3,0,3)
6 Flag of Hungary.svg (2) Robert Nagy 9(3,2,1,3,0)
7 Flag of Hungary.svg (17) Zsolt Bencze 9(1,2,2,2,2)
8 Flag of Denmark.svg (12) Anders Andersen 8+3(3,1,0,3,1)
9 Flag of Poland.svg (16) Marcin Piekarski 8+2(1,2,3,1,1)
10 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (8) Josef Franc 8+1(2,1,1,1,3)
11 Flag of Russia.svg (13) Ruslan Gatiatov 8+E1(2,1,3,2,0)
12 Flag of Slovenia.svg (4) Matic Voldrih 4(1,0,0,1,2)
13 Flag of Finland.svg (6) Petri Koskela 3(0,0,2,0,1)
14 Flag of Hungary.svg (18) Roland Kovacs 3(0,1,0,1,1)
15 Flag of the Netherlands.svg (11) Jeroen van der Veen 1(w,0,1,0,0)

Lviv

  • Qualifying Round 3
  • 2008-05-18 (4:20 pm)
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Lviv
  • Referee:
  • Jury President:
  • Qualify: 8 + 2R
  • Changes:
Lviv City of regional significance in Lviv Oblast, Ukraine

Lviv is the largest city in western Ukraine and the seventh-largest city in the country overall, with a population of 724,713 as of January 2019. Lviv is one of the main cultural centres of Ukraine.

Martin Vaculík Slovakian speedway rider

Martin Vaculík is a Slovak motorcycle speedway rider who is riding for the FALUBAZ Zielona Góra in the Polish Speedway Ekstraliga.

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Poland.svg (4) Tomasz Gapiński 14+3(2,3,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Latvia.svg (5) Maksims Bogdanovs 14+2(3,3,3,3,2)
3 Flag of Russia.svg (13) Roman Ivanov 11(3,0,2,3,3)
4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (9) Matěj Kůs 10(X/F,2,3,2,3)
5 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (1) Michael Hádek 10(3,1,3,2,1)
6 Flag of Latvia.svg (11) Jevgēņijs Karavackis 10(3,3,2,1,1)
7 Flag of Poland.svg (7) Karol Baran 9(2,2,0,3,2)
8 Flag of Russia.svg (8) Daniil Ivanov 8+3(1,1,1,2,3)
9 Flag of Ukraine.svg (12) Oleksandr Boroday 8+2(1,2,2,1,2)
10 Flag of Ukraine.svg (14) Yaroslav Poliyhovich 7(2,3,2,0,0)
11 Flag of Ukraine.svg (10) Volodymyr Trofimov 6(2,E,1,1,2)
12 Flag of Italy.svg (3) Alessandro Milanese 5(1,1,0,2,1)
13 Flag of Romania.svg (2) Alexandru Toma 3(0,2,0,0,1)
14 Flag of Germany.svg (15) Ronny Weis 3(1,0,1,1,0)
15 Flag of Romania.svg (6) Fanica Popa 1(0,1,T,0,0)
16 Flag of Ukraine.svg (16) Andriy Sinkovskiy 1(E,E,1,E,X)
- Flag of Slovakia.svg (17) Ratislav Bandzi --

Semi-Finals

Terenzano

Manuel Hauzinger is an international motorcycle speedway rider who rode in the UK for the Berwick Bandits in the Premier League. He also rode for the Swindon Robins in the Elite League, replacing Theo Pijper. He made a memorable debut for Swindon against the Eastbourne Eagles, where he scored 8 points and beat Grand Prix star Scott Nicholls.

Frank Facher is a German speedway rider who rode for PSŻ Poznań in the 2010 Polish Speedway First League. He signed on Friday 30 July 2010 for the Stoke Potters of the British Premier League on a full contract to replace the injured Hynek Stichauer.

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Russia.svg (9) Denis Gizatullin 14+3(3,2,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Poland.svg (1) Sebastian Ułamek 14+2(3,3,3,3,2)
3 Flag of Poland.svg (2) Adrian Miedziński 12(2,2,3,3,2)
4 Flag of Denmark.svg (15) Mads Korneliussen 11(2,2,2,2,3)
5 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (3) Aleš Dryml, Jr. 10(1,3,1,3,2)
6 Flag of Italy.svg (11) Mattia Carpanese 9+3(1,1,2,2,3)
7 Flag of Germany.svg (13) Kevin Wölbert 9+2(3,1,3,1,1)
8 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (8) Adrian Rymel 8(2,3,2,0,1)
9 Flag of Poland.svg (10) Daniel Jeleniewski 7(2,3,2,0,0)
10 Flag of Slovenia.svg (5) Izak Šantej 6(3,0,0,1,2)
11 Flag of Finland.svg (6) Juha Hautamäki 5(0,1,1,0,3)
12 Flag of Denmark.svg (16) Patrick Hougaard 5(1,2,0,2,X)
13 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (7) Tomáš Suchánek 4(1,0,0,2,1)
14 Flag of Italy.svg (12) Marco Gregnanin 3(0,0,1,2,0)
15 Flag of Slovenia.svg (4) Maks Gregorič 3(0,1,1,1,F)
16 Flag of Croatia.svg (18) Ivan Vargek 1(0,0,0,0,1)

Herxheim

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Sweden.svg (11) Mikael Max 14(3,3,3,3,2)
2 Flag of Germany.svg (9) Martin Smolinski 13+3(2,2,3,3,3)
3 Flag of Germany.svg (14) Christian Hefenbrock 13+2(3,3,2,2,3)
4 Flag of Russia.svg (1) Sergey Darkin 12(3,1,2,3,3)
5 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (13) Filip Šitera 12(2,3,3,2,2)
6 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (7) Josef Franc 7+3(0,2,2,1,2)
7 Flag of Russia.svg (10) Alexey Kharchenko 7+2(0,2,0,3,2)
8 Flag of Denmark.svg (8) Morten Risager 6(3,3,0,0,-)
9 Flag of Hungary.svg (2) Matej Ferjan 6(2,0,3,1,0)
10 Flag of the Netherlands.svg (3) Henk Bos 6(1,0,1,1,3)
11 Flag of Russia.svg (4) Ruslan Gatiatov 6(0,2,1,2,1)
12 Flag of Hungary.svg (16) Robert Nagy 5(1,1,0,2,1)
13 Flag of Poland.svg (6) Borys Miturski 5(1,1,1,1,1)
14 Flag of Denmark.svg (12) Anders Andersen 3(1,0,2,0,0)
15 Flag of Poland.svg (5) Marcin Piekarski 2(2,0,F,0,0)
16 Flag of Poland.svg (15) Przemysław Zarzycki 1(0,1,F,0,0)
17 Flag of Slovenia.svg (17) Matic Voldrih 1(1)

Debrecen

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Russia.svg (4) Daniil Ivanov 15(3,3,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Slovenia.svg (6) Matej Žagar 13(3,3,3,1,3)
3 Flag of Hungary.svg (9) Sandor Tihanyi 11(2,3,1,2,3)
4 Flag of Denmark.svg (1) Ulrich Ostergaard 10(0,2,2,3,3)
5 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (15) Matěj Kůs 9(3,2,2,0,2)
6 Flag of Latvia.svg (8) Maksims Bogdanovs 9(2,2,2,2,1)
7 Flag of Ukraine.svg (2) Oleksandr Boroday 8(2,E,3,3,0)
8 Flag of Croatia.svg (14) Jurica Pavlic 8(1,2,3,0,2)
9 Flag of Russia.svg (13) Roman Ivanov 8(2,1,2,1,2)
10 Flag of Ukraine.svg (12) Andriy Karpov 7(3,1,1,1,1)
11 Flag of Poland.svg (5) Karol Baran 5(1,E,0,3,1)
12 Flag of Denmark.svg (7) Peter Juul Larsen 5(0,1,1,2,1)
13 Flag of Hungary.svg (11) Jozsef Tabaka 4(1,3,X,0,0)
14 Flag of Latvia.svg (16) Jevgēņijs Karavackis 4(0,0,1,1,2)
15 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (10) Michael Hádek 3(0,1,0,2,0)
16 Flag of Slovakia.svg (3) Ratislav Bandzi 1(1,0,X,X,N)
- Flag of Ukraine.svg (17) Yaroslav Poliyhovich --
- Flag of Ukraine.svg (18) Volodymyr Trofimov --

Final

PlacingRiderTotal1234567891011121314151617181920PtsPos21222324
Gold medal icon.svg Flag of Slovenia.svg (3) Matej Žagar 1433323141
Silver medal icon.svg Flag of Poland.svg (5) Sebastian Ułamek 103130310333
Bronze medal icon.svg Flag of Denmark.svg (4) Mads Korneliussen 1012232107222
4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (16) Matěj Kůs 102303210413N
5 Flag of Russia.svg (1) Denis Gizatullin 10222131063X
6 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (11) Josef Franc 1032131105E1
7 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (13) Aleš Dryml, Jr. 1033310102EE
8 Flag of Russia.svg (7) Daniil Ivanov 91113398
9 Flag of Sweden.svg (6) Mikael Max 92132199
10 Flag of Germany.svg (10) Martin Smolinski 713012710
11 Flag of Poland.svg (12) Adrian Miedziński 6ET222611
12 Flag of Denmark.svg (9) Ulrich Ostergaard 620211612
13 Flag of Russia.svg (2) Sergey Darkin 502120513
14 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (14) Filip Šitera 210100214
15 Flag of Hungary.svg (8) Sandor Tihanyi 201001215
16 Flag of Italy.svg (15) Mattia Carpanese 000000016
Flag of Russia.svg (17) Alexey Kharchenko 00
PlacingRiderTotal12345678910111213141516171819 20 PtsPos21222324

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 - insidegate Bgate Cgate D - outside

Heat after heat:

  1. Zagar, Gizatullin, Korneliussen, Darkin
  2. Ułamek, Max, Iwanow, Tihanyi
  3. Franc, Ostergaard, Smolinski, Miedziński (E)
  4. Dryml, Kus, Sitera, Carpanese
  5. Dryml, Gizatullin, Ułamek, Ostergaard
  6. Smolinski, Darkin, Max, Sitera
  7. Zagar, Franc, Iwanow, Carpanese
  8. Kus, Korneliussen, Tihanyi, Miedziński (T)
  9. Max, Gizatullin, Franc, Kus
  10. Ułamek, Miedziński, Darkin, Carpanese
  11. Zagar, Ostergaard, Sitera, Tihanyi
  12. Dryml, Korneliussen, Iwanow, Smolinski
  13. Iwanow, Miedziński, Gizatullin, Sitera
  14. Franc, Darkin, Dryml, Tihanyi
  15. Kus, Zagar, Smolinski, Ułamek
  16. Korneliussen, Max, Ostergaard, Carpanese
  17. Gizatullin, Smolinski, Tihanyi, Carpanese
  18. Iwanow, Kus, Ostergaard, Darkin
  19. Zagar, Miedziński, Max, Dryml
  20. Ułamek, Korneliussen, Franc, Sitera
    Run-Offs
  21. Gizatullin (into 24), Dryml (E; into 23), Franc (E; into 23)
  22. Ułamek (into 24), Korneliussen (into 23), Kus (into 23)
  23. Kus (into 24), Korneliussen (into 24), Franc, Dryml (E)
  24. Ułamek, Korneliussen, Kus (N), Gizatullin (X)
Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Slovenia.svg (3) Matej Žagar 14(3,3,3,2,3)
2 Flag of Poland.svg (5) Sebastian Ułamek 10+3+3(3,1,3,0,3)
3 Flag of Denmark.svg (4) Mads Korneliussen 10+2+2+2(1,2,2,3,2)
4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (16) Matěj Kůs 10+1+3+N(2,3,0,3,2)
5 Flag of Russia.svg (1) Denis Gizatullin 10+3+X(2,2,2,1,3)
6 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (11) Josef Franc 10+E+1(3,2,1,3,1)
7 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (13) Aleš Dryml, Jr. 10+E+E(3,3,3,1,0)
8 Flag of Russia.svg (7) Daniil Ivanov 9(1,1,1,3,3)
9 Flag of Sweden.svg (6) Mikael Max 9(2,1,3,2,1)
10 Flag of Germany.svg (10) Martin Smolinski 7(1,3,0,1,2)
11 Flag of Poland.svg (12) Adrian Miedziński 6(E,T,2,2,2)
12 Flag of Denmark.svg (9) Ulrich Ostergaard 6(2,0,2,1,1)
13 Flag of Russia.svg (2) Sergey Darkin 5(0,2,1,2,0)
14 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (14) Filip Šitera 2(1,0,1,0,0)
15 Flag of Hungary.svg (8) Sandor Tihanyi 2(0,1,0,0,1)
16 Flag of Italy.svg (15) Mattia Carpanese 0(0,0,0,0,0)
- Flag of Russia.svg (18) Alexey Kharchenko --

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