2009 Individual Speedway European Championship

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2009 Individual Speedway European Championship
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The 2009 Individual European Championship will be the 9th UEM Individual Speedway European Championship season. The final took place on 23 August, 2009 in Tolyatti, Russia. The championship was won by Renat Gafurov (Russia), who beat Andriej Karpov (Ukraine) and Aleš Dryml, Jr. (Czech Republic) in Run-Off. The defending champion, Matej Žagar, lost in Semi-Final 3.

Contents

Calendar

DayVenueWinner
Qualifying Rounds
1 May Flag of Austria.svg Mureck Flag of Hungary.svg József Tabaka result
9 May Flag of Germany.svg Stralsund Flag of Russia.svg Renat Gafurov result
17 May Flag of Ukraine.svg Lviv Flag of Russia.svg Daniil Ivanov result
Semi-Finals
16 May Flag of Austria.svg Natschbach-Loipersbach Flag of Russia.svg Denis Gizatullin result
5 July Flag of Germany.svg Diedenbergen Flag of Russia.svg Renat Gafurov result
25 July Flag of Croatia.svg Goričan Flag of Croatia.svg Jurica Pavlic result
Final
23 August Flag of Russia.svg Tolyatti Flag of Russia.svg Renat Gafurov result

Qualifying Rounds

Mureck

Qualifying Round 1 [1] [2] [3] [4]

  • 1 May 2009 (15:00)
  • Flag of Austria.svg Mureck, Stadium Mureck (Length: 389 m)
  • Referee: Flag of Hungary.svg Darago Istvan
  • Jury President: None
  • Qualify: 8 + 2R to SF1
Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Hungary.svg (1) József Tabaka 13(3,3,1,3,3)
2 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (3) Richard Wolff 12(2,2,3,2,3)
3 Flag of Slovenia.svg (15) Aleksander Čonda 11+3(1,3,2,3,2)
4 Flag of Hungary.svg (5) Sándor Tihanyi 11+2(3,2,2,1,3)
5 Flag of Russia.svg (11) Denis Gizatullin 10(E,3,3,3,1)
6 Flag of France.svg (12) Theo Pijper 9(3,0,3,2,1)
7 Flag of Italy.svg (2) Alessandro Milanese 9(0,3,1,2,3)
8 Flag of France.svg (13) Mathieu Tresarrieu 9(3,1,2,1,2)
9 Flag of Austria.svg (4) Fritz Wallner 8(1,2,3,2,F)
10 Flag of Romania.svg (8) Alexandru Toma 7(2,1,2,E,2)
11 Flag of Austria.svg (9) Lukas Simon 6(1,0,1,3,1)
12 Flag of Croatia.svg (14) Ivan Vargek 5(T/-,2,0,1,2)
13 Flag of Slovenia.svg (16) Matija Duh 5(2,1,0,1,1)
14 Flag of Romania.svg (10) Georghe Adrian-Sorin 2(2,E,E,0,0)
15 Flag of Italy.svg (7) Alessandro Novello 2(1,0,1,0,0)
16 Flag of Bulgaria.svg (6) Milen Manev 1(0,1,0,0,0)
17 Flag of Austria.svg (17) Christian Pelikan 0(0)
18 Flag of Austria.svg (18) Daniel Gappmaier --

Stralsund

Qualifying Round 2 [5] [6] [7]

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Russia.svg (16) Renat Gafurov 14(2,3,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Poland.svg (14) Adrian Gomólski 13(3,2,3,2,3)
3 Flag of Russia.svg (9) Roman Povazhny 12(2,3,2,3,2)
4 Flag of Denmark.svg (1) Claus Vissing 10(3,0,1,3,3)
5 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (13) Hynek Stichauer 10(1,1,3,2,3)
6 Flag of Germany.svg (11) Roberto Haupt 9(1,2,3,3,1)
7 Flag of Poland.svg (6) Kamil Brzozowski 9(2,3,0,2,2)
8 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (5) Filip Šitera 9(1,2,2,2,2)
9 Flag of the Netherlands.svg (2) Jannick de Jong 8(2,1,3,1,1)
10 Flag of Germany.svg (12) Tobias Busch 7+3(3,1,1,1,1)
11 Flag of Poland.svg (8) Daniel Pytel 7+M(3,2,0,0,2)
12 Flag of Denmark.svg (3) Klaus Jakobsen 5(0,3,1,1,0)
13 Flag of Finland.svg (4) Joni Koskinen 3(1,0,2,0,0)
14 Flag of Slovenia.svg (15) Matic Voldrih 3(0,1,0,1,1)
15 Flag of Ukraine.svg (7) Oleksandr Boroday 0(0,0,E,-,-)
16 Flag of Finland.svg (10) Jari Makinen 0(0,0,E,-,-)
17 Flag of Germany.svg (17) Erik Pudel 0(0,0)
18 Flag of Germany.svg (18) Mathias Bartz 0(0,0)

Lviv

Qualifying Round 3 [8] [9] [10] [11]

  • 17 May 2009
  • Flag of Ukraine.svg Lviv, Stadium "SKA" (Length: 382 m)
  • Referee: Flag of Poland.svg Wojciech Grodzki
  • Jury President: None
  • Qualify: 8 + 2R to SF3
  • Change:
Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Russia.svg (7) Daniil Ivanov 14(3,3,2,3,3)
2 Flag of Ukraine.svg (13) Andriy Karpov 13(3,2,2,3,3)
3 Flag of Latvia.svg (15) Andrejs Koroļevs 12(2,3,1,3,3)
4 Flag of Poland.svg (16) Marcin Rempała 10(0,3,2,3,2)
5 Flag of Poland.svg (10) Zbigniew Suchecki 10(3,2,3,Fx,2)
6 Flag of Latvia.svg (2) Ķasts Puodžuks 10(3,1,3,2,1)
7 Flag of Russia.svg (4) Vladimir Dubinin 9(2,2,0,2,3)
8 Flag of Russia.svg (6) Roman Ivanov 8+3(1,3,1,1,2)
9 Flag of Slovenia.svg (14) Maks Gregorič 8+2(1,E,3,2,2)
10 Flag of Russia.svg (1) Ilia Bondarenko 7+3(1,2,3,1,0)
11 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (8) Jan Jaros 7+2(2,1,2,1,1)
12 Flag of Italy.svg (5) Guglielmo Franchetti 5(0,1,1,2,1)
13 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (9) Luboš Tomíček, Jr. 3(2,T/-,1,E,0)
14 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (11) Martin Malek 2(1,1,0,0,E)
15 Flag of Slovenia.svg (3) Ales Kraljic 2(X,0,F,1,1)
16 Flag of Slovakia.svg (12) Jan Halabrin 0(0,0,-,0,0)
17 Flag of Ukraine.svg (17) Kiril Cukanov 0(0) - Heat 5
18 Flag of Ukraine.svg (18) Volodymyr Teygel 0(0)

Semi-Finals

Natschbach-Loipersbach

Semi-Final 1 [12] [13] [14]

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Russia.svg (15) Denis Gizatullin 15(3,3,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Poland.svg (9) Rafał Trojanowski 12(2,3,2,2,3)
3 Flag of Hungary.svg (7) József Tabaka 10+3(3,1,1,3,2)
4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (2) Josef Franc 10+2(2,3,2,3,e)
5 Flag of Poland.svg (13) Ronnie Jamroży 9+3(1,1,3,2,2)
6 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (1) Aleš Dryml, Jr. 9+2(3,2,2,0,2)
7 Flag of Austria.svg (10) Manuel Hauzinger 8(3,0,2,3,X)
8 Flag of Germany.svg (3) Max Dilger 7(1,0,3,0,3)
9 Flag of Germany.svg (4) Frank Facher 7(0,3,F,1,3)
10 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (6) Richard Wolff 7(2,2,3,0,0)
11 Flag of Austria.svg (12) Fritz Wallner 6(1,2,1,1,1)
12 Flag of France.svg (11) Theo Pijper 4(0,2,0,0,2)
13 Flag of Italy.svg (8) Alessandro Milanese 4(1,0,1,1,1)
14 Flag of Austria.svg (16) Manuel Novotny 4(F,1,1,1,1)
15 Flag of Hungary.svg (5) Sándor Tihanyi 3(0,0,0,2,1)
16 Flag of France.svg (14) Mathieu Tresarrieu 3(X,1,e,2,0)
17 Flag of Austria.svg (17) Lukas Simon 2(2)

Diedenbergen

Semi-Final 2 [16] [17] [18]

  • 5 July 2009 (14:00 UTC+2)
  • Flag of Germany.svg Diedenbergen, Rhein Main Stadion (Length: 400m)
  • Referee: Flag of Denmark.svg B. Svendsen
  • Jury President: None
  • Changes:
No 2. Flag of Russia.svg Roman Povazhny (match in Polish league) → Jannick de Jong
No 15. Flag of Poland.svg Kamil Brzozowski (injury) → Pytel
Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Russia.svg (9) Renat Gafurov 15(3,3,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Poland.svg (1) Adrian Gomólski 11+3(3,2,X,3,3)
3 Flag of Denmark.svg (14) Mads Korneliussen 11+2(3,2,2,2,2)
4 Flag of Latvia.svg (11) Jevgēņijs Karavackis 11+1(1,1,3,3,3)
5 Flag of Russia.svg (10) Simon Vlasov 11+0(2,3,2,3,1)
6 Flag of Russia.svg (8) Sergey Darkin 10(2,3,1,2,2)
7 Flag of Poland.svg (15) Daniel Pytel 9(2,3,3,1,0)
8 Flag of Denmark.svg (4) Patrick Hougaard 9(2,2,3,2,0)
9 Flag of Germany.svg a (12) Marcin Sekula 6(0,1,2,0,3)
10 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (7) Hynek Stichauer 6(3,e,1,1,1)
11 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (6) Filip Šitera 5(1,0,2,0,2)
12 Flag of Germany.svg (3) Roberto Haupt 4(1,2,0,0,1)
13 Flag of Denmark.svg (16) Claus Vissing 4(1,X,X,1,2)
14 Flag of Germany.svg (5) Thomas Stange 4(e,1,e,2,1)
15 Flag of the Netherlands.svg (2) Jannick de Jong 3(0,1,1,1,0)
16 Flag of Hungary.svg (13) Roland Kovacs 0(0,0,0,e,0)
Notes:
a. Marcin Sekula is a Pole who rode with German licence and was nominated by German Federation (DMSD)

Goričan

Semi-Final 3 [19] [20] [21]

  • 25 July 2009 (20:00 UTC+2)
  • Flag of Croatia.svg Goričan, Stadium Milenium, Donji Kraljevec (Length: 305 m)
  • Referee: Flag of Poland.svg Wojciech Grodzki
  • Jury President: None
  • Change:
No.2: Flag of Latvia.svg Ķasts Puodžuks → Jan Jaros
No.4: Flag of Poland.svg Marcin Rempała → track reserve Maks Gregorič
No.5: Flag of Poland.svg Zbigniew Suchecki → Martin Malek
No.6: Flag of Poland.svg Karol Ząbik (started in Individual Polish Championship Final) → Tomasz Rempała
No.10: Flag of Latvia.svg Andrejs Koroļevs Flag of Italy.svg Guglielmo Franchetti → Ales Kraljic
No.14: Flag of Russia.svg Roman Ivanov → Luboš Tomíček, Jr.
No.15: Flag of Poland.svg Robert Miśkowiak → None
Reserve: Flag of Russia.svg Ilia Bondarenko → None
Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Croatia.svg (12) Jurica Pavlic 15(3,3,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Russia.svg (9) Daniil Ivanov 14(2,3,3,3,3)
3 Flag of Ukraine.svg (8) Andriy Karpov 12(3,1,2,3,3)
4 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (3) Matěj Kůs 10(3,2,1,2,2)
5 Flag of Slovenia.svg (4) Maks Gregorič 10(2,2,1,2,3)
6 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (5) Martin Malek 9(2,0,2,3,2)
7 Flag of Russia.svg (1) Vladimir Dubinin 8(0,2,2,2,2)
8 Flag of Italy.svg (13) Mattia Carpanese 8(2,1,2,2,1)
9 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (14) Luboš Tomíček, Jr. 7(3,3,0,1,E)
10 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (2) Jan Jaros 7(1,2,1,1,2)
11 Flag of Slovenia.svg (7) Matej Žagar 6(E,3,3,E,E)
12 Flag of Poland.svg (6) Tomasz Rempała 5(1,Fx,3,1,E)
13 Flag of Croatia.svg (16) Marko Vlah 3(1,0,1,0,1)
14 Flag of Slovenia.svg (11) Izak Šantej 3(1,1,0,0,1)
15 Flag of Slovenia.svg (10) Ales Kraljic 3(F,M,0,1,1)

Final

The Final [22] [23] [24] [25] [26]

(10) Flag of Poland.svg Adrian Gomólski (injury) → track reserve Darkin
(5) Flag of Poland.svg Rafał Trojanowski → track reserve A.Dryml, Jr.
(17) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg A.Dryml, Jr. → Flag of Austria.svg Manuel Hauzinger → None
(18) Flag of Russia.svg Darkin → Flag of Denmark.svg Patrick Hougaard → None
{7} Flag of Croatia.svg Jurica Pavlic → Dubinin
PlacingRiderTotal1234567891011121314151617181920PtsPos21
Gold medal icon.svg Flag of Russia.svg (6) Renat Gafurov 13133331383
Silver medal icon.svg Flag of Ukraine.svg (8) Andriy Karpov 13333221312
Bronze medal icon.svg Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (5) Aleš Dryml, Jr. 13232331381
4 Flag of Poland.svg (13) Ronnie Jamroży 1232331124
5 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (12) Josef Franc 1122322115
6 Flag of Russia.svg (1) Denis Gizatullin 93111396
7 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (9) Matěj Kůs 81022387
8 Flag of Russia.svg (14) Simon Vlasov 82103288
9 Flag of Russia.svg (3) Daniil Ivanov 60312X69
10 Flag of Russia.svg (10) Sergey Darkin 632XR1610
11 Flag of Latvia.svg (2) Jevgēņijs Karavackis 420002411
12 Flag of Slovenia.svg (16) Maks Gregorič 40121X412
13 Flag of Denmark.svg (11) Mads Korneliussen 4R2011413
14 Flag of Hungary.svg (4) József Tabaka 41X210414
15 Flag of Russia.svg (7) Vladimir Dubinin 301101315
16 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (15) Martin Malek 210100216
PlacingRiderTotal12345678910111213141516171819 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

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