2009 Golden Helmet (Poland)

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The 2009 Golden Helmet (Polish : Turniej o Złoty Kask, ZK) is the 2009 version of Golden Helmet organized by the Polish Motor Union (PZM). The Final took place on 30 April 2010 in Zielona Góra. The Golden Helmet was won by Janusz Kołodziej who beat Piotr Protasiewicz and Krzysztof Kasprzak. It was his second winning (after 2005 season). [1] Kołodziej also who the 2010 Golden Helmet host on September.

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Golden Helmet (Poland)

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Like in 2008 Final, top three riders was automatically qualify for 2011 Speedway Grand Prix Qualification in 2010 season without Domestic Qualifications. Because Kołodziej (1st) and Grzegorz Zengota (4th) won the qualify in the Domestic Final, Adrian Miedziński (5th) was qualify also. Because all top five riders get the quality, Kasprzak (3rd) and Miedziński (5th) did not ride in the Run-Off heats and lost chance for the highest place.

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Date controversy

Original date of Final was October 10, 2009, but one day later in Zielona Góra was expected Speedway Ekstraliga Final. Main Commission of Speedway Sport (GKSŻ) decided about change date to October 2. [2]

The 2009 Speedway Ekstraliga is the 10th Speedway Ekstraliga season, the top division of Team Speedway Polish Championship. The Ekstraliga have eight teams competing (six the top teams from 2008 season and two the top teams from 2008 First League. The first fixtures of the season are scheduled for April 5, 2009, and the season will end on October 18 or 25, 2009. The defending Polish champion are Unibax Toruń, who won in 2008 after defeating Unia Leszno in the play-off final.

The Main Commission of Speedway Sport is governs the sport of motorcycle speedway on behalf of the Polish Motor Union (PZM). The members are appointed by the PZM. The current chairperson of the council is Piotr Szymański.

However, the meeting was cancelled because the track was deemed unsafe (after the rain) by the Referee and was delayed to October 14. [3] After that, GKSŻ, moved the Final' date to October 15. [4] On this day, meeting was cancelled again, because the track was deemed unsafe (after the rain again). [5] Because, the Ekstraliga Final at Zielona Góra, was delay 4 time, the GKSŻ decided about hosting the Golden Helmet Final in 2010 season. [6]

In 2010 season, original date was March 27, but was moved to April 17, because the Zielona Góra stadium was remounted. [7] But three days before the Final, GKSŻ decide about not hosting 2009 edition. [8] One week later, GKSŻ change a decision and expected the Final' day to April 30. [9]

Start list

Original starting position draw [10]

  1. Krzysztof Kasprzak (Unia Leszno SSA)
  2. Krzysztof Jabłoński (TŻ Start Gniezno)
  3. Tomasz Gollob (Stal Gorzów SA)
  4. Wiesław Jaguś (KST Unibax SA Toruń)
  5. Tomasz Gapiński (CKM Włókniarz SA Częstochowa)
  6. Grzegorz Walasek (ZKŻ SSA Zielona Góra)
  7. Jarosław Hampel (Unia Leszno SSA)
  8. Piotr Świst (KS Speedway Polonia Piła)
  9. Rune Holta (Stal Gorzów SA)
  10. Piotr Protasiewicz (ZKŻ SSA Zielona Góra)
  11. Sebastian Ułamek (Unia Tarnów ŻSSA)
  12. Stanisław Burza (KŻ Orzeł Łódź)
  13. Janusz Kołodziej (Unia Tarnów ŻSSA)
  14. Rafał Dobrucki (ZKŻ SSA Zielona Góra)
  15. Piotr Świderski (Unia Tarnów ŻSSA)
  16. Adrian Miedziński (KST Unibax SA Toruń)
  17. Daniel Jeleniewski (WTS SA Wrocław)
  18. Tomasz Jędrzejak (WTS SA Wrocław)
  19. Ronnie Jamroży (RKM Rybnik)
  20. Jacek Rempała (SKMŻ Lublin)

Changes:

Draw 3. Tomasz Gollob → Tomasz Gapiński
Draw 5. Tomasz Gapiński → Grzegorz Zengota
Draw 6. Grzegorz Walasek → Tomasz Jędrzejak
Draw 15. Piotr Świderski → Ronnie Jamroży

Emply:

Draw 9. Rune Holta
Draw 12. Stanisław Burza

Results

Zielona Góra City in Lubusz Voivodeship, Poland

Zielona Góra(listen) is the largest city in Lubusz Voivodeship, in western Poland, with 140,297 inhabitants (2018). Zielona Góra has been in Lubusz Voivodeship since 1999, prior to which it was the capital of Zielona Góra Voivodeship from 1950 to 1998. It is the seat of the province's elected assembly, while the seat of the centrally appointed governor is located in the city of Gorzów Wielkopolski. Zielona Góra has a favourable geographical position, being located not far from the Polish-German border and on several international road and rail routes connecting Scandinavia with Southern Europe and Warsaw with Berlin. The region is also closely associated with vineyards and holds an annual Wine Fest.

PlacingRiderTotal1234567891011121314151617181920PtsPos
Gold medal icon.svg (13) Janusz Kołodziej (LES)1533333151
Silver medal icon.svg (10) Piotr Protasiewicz (ZIE)1133113112
Bronze medal icon.svg (1) Krzysztof Kasprzak (TAR)1132222113
4(5) Grzegorz Zengota (ZIE)1031303104
5(16) Adrian Miedziński (TOR)1002332105
6(7) Jarosław Hampel (LES)91203396
7(14) Rafał Dobrucki (ZIE)91231297
8(11) Sebastian Ułamek (TAR)92312198
9(4) Wiesław Jaguś (TOR)80323089
10(3) Tomasz Gapiński (GOR)711122710
11(15) Ronnie Jamroży (RYB)620220611
12(2) Krzysztof Jabłoński (GNI)621111612
13(8) Piotr Świst (PIŁ)401201413
14(6) Tomasz Jędrzejak (TAR)32001X314
(9) Emply00
(12) Emply00
PlacingRiderTotal12345678910111213141516171819 20 PtsPos

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

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