2010 Speedway Grand Prix Qualification

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The 2010 Individual Speedway World Championship Grand Prix Qualification were a series of motorcycle speedway meetings used to determine the three riders who qualified for the 2010 Speedway Grand Prix. The top eight riders finishing the 2009 Grand Prix series automatically qualified for 2010. The final round of qualification – the Grand Prix Challenge – took place on 18 September 2009, in Coventry, England. The Grand Prix Challenge was won by Magnus Zetterström who finished ahead of Chris Holder and former Grand Prix rider Jarosław Hampel. All three riders qualified for the 2010 Grand Prix.

Motorcycle speedway motorcycle sport

Motorcycle speedway, usually referred to as speedway, is a motorcycle sport involving four and sometimes up to six riders competing over four anti-clockwise laps of an oval circuit. The motorcycles are specialist machines which use only one gear and have no brakes; racing takes place on a flat oval track usually consisting of dirt, loosely packed shale, or crushed rock. Competitors use this surface to slide their machines sideways, powersliding or broadsiding into the bends. On the straight sections of the track the motorcycles reach speeds of up to 70 miles per hour (110 km/h).

The 2010 Speedway Grand Prix season was the 16th season of the Speedway Grand Prix era, and decided the 65th FIM Speedway World Championship. It was the tenth series under the promotion of Benfield Sports International, an IMG company. The series began on 24 April in Leszno and finished on 9 October in Bydgoszcz.

The 2009 Speedway Grand Prix season was the 15th season of the Speedway Grand Prix era, and will decide the 64th Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme Speedway World Championship. It is the third series under the promotion of Benfield Sports International, an IMG company.

Contents

Calendar

Race format
GateA
(inside)
B
 
C
 
D
(outside)
Heat NoRiders starting No
11234
25768
31011912
415141613
513159
6141026
7111573
8481216
9616111
10125152
1189314
12134107
13712141
14213811
15163105
1696415
17181510
1892716
19312136
20514114
DateVenueWinner
Qualifying Rounds (Quarter-Finals)
June 6 Flag of Italy.svg Lonigo Flag of Poland.svg Sebastian Ułamek result
June 7 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Divišov Flag of Poland.svg Grzegorz Walasek result
June 27 Flag of Austria.svg St.Johann/Pg. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Aleš Dryml, Jr. result
June 13 Flag of Germany.svg Pocking Flag of Australia (converted).svg Davey Watt result
June 27 Flag of Croatia.svg Goričan Flag of Croatia.svg Jurica Pavlic result
Semi-Finals
July 4 Flag of Sweden.svg Motala Flag of Denmark.svg Kenneth Bjerre result
July 4 Flag of Latvia.svg Daugavpils Flag of Croatia.svg Jurica Pavlic result
Grand Prix Challenge
September 18 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Coventry Flag of Sweden.svg Magnus Zetterström result

Domestic Qualifications

Deutscher Motor Sport Bund nominated five riders and two track reserve in February 2009. [1] Avto-Moto Zveza Slovenije nominated three riders in March 2009. [2]

Czech Republic

Autoklub of the Czech Republic nominated six riders in October 2008: Lukáš Dryml, Aleš Dryml, Jr., Luboš Tomíček, Jr., Adrian Rymel, Matěj Kůs and Filip Šitera. A last rider, who will be started in SGP Qualification will be nominated in 2009. [3]

Lukáš Dryml is an international speedway rider who represented the Czech Republic speedway team in the Speedway World Cup. He is a former World U-21 and European U-19 Champion. His father Aleš Sr. was also a Czech international rider.

Adrian Rymel - a Czech speedway rider.

Matěj Kůs Czech speedway rider

Matěj Kůs is an international motorcycle speedway racer, Multiple Czech republic Champion, European Pairs Champion. Also has raced for several clubs in the British Premier League. His well predicting career has stopped several injuries in past. Between British spectators he is called Matty, Magicman or KusKus.

Poland

The top three riders from 2008 Golden Helmet Final qualified for Grand Prix Qualification (Damian Baliński, Jarosław Hampel and Adrian Miedziński). Four riders will be qualified after Domestic Final. Last rider and one reserve will be nominated by Main Commission of Speedway Sport. Two Polish 2009 Speedway Grand Prix permanent (Rune Holta and Grzegorz Walasek will be started in Domestic Final. Tomasz Gollob (#3) and Sebastian Ułamek (#14) will be not started.

The 48th Golden Helmet Polish: Turniej o Złoty Kask, ZK was the 2008 version of the Golden Helmet organized by the Polish Motor Union (PZM). It took place on October 25 in the Olympic Stadium in Wrocław, Poland. Defending Winner is Grzegorz Walasek from Zielona Góra.

Damian Baliński is an international motorcycle speedway rider and a current member of Poland national team. He has ridden since 1994 with Unia Leszno.

Jarosław Hampel Polish speedway rider

Jarosław "Jarek" Hampel is a Polish Speedway rider and a participant of the FIM Speedway Grand Prix in 2007 and 2010.

Gdańsk City in Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland

Gdańsk is a city on the Baltic coast of northern Poland. With a population of 466,631, Gdańsk is the capital and largest city of the Pomeranian Voivodeship and one of the most prominent cities within the cultural and geographical region of Kashubia. It is Poland's principal seaport and the centre of the country's fourth-largest metropolitan area.

Piotr Protasiewicz Polish speedway rider

Piotr Protasiewicz(listen) is a Polish international speedway rider. He has ridden for the Polish national team in the Speedway World Cup in 1996 and 2005. He was also World U-21 Champion in 1996.

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.

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1(9) Piotr Protasiewicz 14(3,3,3,3,2)
2(16) Grzegorz Walasek #1313(3,3,3,1,3)
3(6) Janusz Kołodziej 12(3,3,1,2,3)
4(10) Krzysztof Kasprzak 11+3(2,1,3,3,2)
5(2) Piotr Świderski 11+2(3,2,3,2,1)
6(3) Rune Holta #810(1,3,2,2,2)
7(8) Tomasz Chrzanowski 6(2,1,0,0,3)
8(4) Krzysztof Buczkowski 6(2,0,0,1,3)
9(7) Tomasz Gapiński 6(1,2,2,1,0)
10(12) Rafał Okoniewski 6(1,2,2,0,1)
11(11) Daniel Jeleniewski 5(0,0,2,3,0)
12(13) Adrian Gomólski 5(2,1,1,1,0)
13(1) Adam Skórnicki 4(0,0,0,3,1)
14(5) Tomasz Jędrzejak 4(0,2,e,0,2)
15(14) Rafał Dobrucki 4(0,e,1,2,1)
16(15) Karol Ząbik 3(1,1,1,0,0)
(17) Grzegorz Zengota --
(18) Robert Miśkowiak --

Qualifying Rounds

Lonigo

Lonigo Comune in Veneto, Italy

Lonigo is a town and comune in the province of Vicenza, Veneto, northern Italy, its population counts around 16,400 inhabitants.

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Poland.svg (7) Sebastian Ułamek #1413(1,3,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Denmark.svg (14) Jesper B. Monberg 12+3(1,3,3,2,3)
3 Flag of Denmark.svg (6) Bjarne Pedersen 12+2(2,1,3,3,3)
4 Flag of Finland.svg (12) Kauko Nieminen 11(3,2,3,1,2)
5 Flag of Sweden.svg (10) Thomas H. Jonasson 10+3(2,2,2,2,2)
6 Flag of Australia (converted).svg (4) Rory Schlein 10+2(3,3,0,2,2)
7 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg (5) Tai Woffinden 10+1(3,1,2,3,1)
8 Flag of Australia (converted).svg (13) Troy Batchelor 9(2,2,1,3,1)
9 Flag of Russia.svg (1) Denis Gizatullin 8(F,3,2,0,3)
10 Flag of Russia.svg (15) Roman Povazhny 6(3,2,1,F,E)
11 Flag of Slovenia.svg (3) Maks Gregorič 5(2,1,2,F,0)
12 Flag of the United States.svg (16) Chris Kerr 4(0,1,0,1,2)
13 Flag of Italy.svg (2) Guglielmo Franchetti 4(1,0,0,2,1)
14 Flag of Italy.svg (11) Mattia Tadiello 3(1,0,1,1,0)
15 Flag of Italy.svg (8) Mattia Carpanese 2(0,0,1,0,1)
16 Flag of Italy.svg (17) Alessandro Novello 1(1)
17 Flag of the United States.svg (9) Ryan Fisher 0(X,0,0)
18 Flag of Italy.svg (18) Andrea Baroni 0(0)

Divišov

  • Qualifying Round 2 [8] [9]
  • June 7, 2009 (15:00)
  • Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Divišov, Stadion AK Divišov v AČR (Length: 350 m)
  • Referee: Flag of Denmark.svg Brian Svendsen
  • Jury President: Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Anthony Noel
Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Poland.svg (16) Grzegorz Walasek #1315(3,3,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Poland.svg (12) Piotr Protasiewicz 13+3(3,1,3,3,3)
3 Flag of Denmark.svg (8) Kenneth Bjerre #1213+2(3,2,3,3,2)
4 Flag of Slovakia.svg (1) Martin Vaculík 12(3,3,2,1,3)
5 Flag of Russia.svg (14) Renat Gafurov 11(2,2,2,2,3)
6 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (5) Lukáš Dryml 10(2,2,2,2,2)
7 Flag of Finland.svg (15) Joonas Kylmäkorpi 8(1,3,1,2,1)
8 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (9) Hynek Štichauer 7(0,1,1,3,2)
9 Flag of Denmark.svg (11) Mads Korneliussen 7(2,1,1,2,1)
10 Flag of Russia.svg (10) Artem Laguta 6(1,3,0,1,1)
11 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (3) Josef Franc 6(2,2,E,0,2)
12 Flag of Ukraine.svg (4) Vladimir Dubinin 4(0,0,3,1,0)
13 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (17) Jan Jaros 3(2,1)
14 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (2) Richard Wolff 3(1,E,0,1,1)
15 Flag of Latvia.svg (7) Vjačeslavs Giruckis 2(1,0,1,0,0)
16 Flag of Slovenia.svg (6) Denis Štojs 1(0,1,0,0,R)
17 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (13) Luboš Tomíček 0(E,F)
18 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (18) Michael Hádek 0(F)

St.Johann/Pg.

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (9) Aleš Dryml 14(3,3,2,3,3)
2 Flag of Germany.svg (2) Christian Hefenbrock 13+3(3,2,3,3,2)
3 Flag of Denmark.svg (16) Patrick Hougaard 13+2(3,3,3,3,1)
4 Flag of Poland.svg (8) Adrian Miedziński 12(3,2,3,2,2)
5 Flag of Denmark.svg (13) Morten Risager 10(1,2,3,1,3)
6 Flag of Denmark.svg (5) Leon Madsen 10(2,1,2,2,3)
7 Flag of Germany.svg (14) Tobias Kroner 9(2,3,1,2,1)
8 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg (3) James Wright 8(2,3,0,1,2)
9 Flag of Austria.svg (10) Manuel Hauzinger 7(1,1,2,0,3)
10 Flag of Slovenia.svg (4) Izak Šantej 7(1,1,1,2,2)
11 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg (12) Daniel King 6(2,0,1,3,0)
12 Flag of Austria.svg (6) Fritz Wallner 5(1,E,2,1,1)
13 Flag of Austria.svg (15) Manuel Novotny 2(0,2,F,0,F)
14 Flag of the Netherlands.svg (1) Henk Bos 2(0,0,0,1,1)
15 Flag of France.svg (11) Theo Pijper 2(0,1,1,0,0)
16 Flag of the Netherlands.svg (7) Henry van der Steen 0(0,0,0,0,0)
Flag of Austria.svg (17) Hans Peter Kulterer
Flag of Austria.svg (18) Daniel Gappmaier

Pocking

Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Australia (converted).svg (10) Davey Watt 13+3(3,3,3,3,1)
2 Flag of Poland.svg (1) Jarosław Hampel 13+2(3,3,1,3,3)
3 Flag of Sweden.svg (15) Antonio Lindbäck 12+3(1,3,3,3,2)
4 Flag of Sweden.svg (3) Fredrik Lindgren #1012+2(2,2,3,2,3)
5 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg (11) Chris Harris #1111(1,1,3,3,3)
6 Flag of Germany.svg (4) Martin Smolinski 10+3(1,3,2,2,2)
7 Flag of Poland.svg (12) Damian Baliński 10+F(2,2,2,2,2)
8 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (16) Matěj Kůs 8(3,1,0,1,3)
9 Flag of Denmark.svg (6) Niels Kristian Iversen 7(3,1,2,F,1)
10 Flag of Latvia.svg (9) Kasts Podžuks 5(0,2,0,1,2)
11 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg (14) Edward Kennett 5(2,2,1,0,d)
12 Flag of Germany.svg (8) Richard Speiser 4(1,0,2,1,0)
13 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (7) Filip Šitera 4(2,0,1,1,F)
14 Flag of France.svg (2) Mathieu Tresarrieu 3(0,0,1,2,E)
15 Flag of Germany.svg (13) Max Dilger 1(0,1,0,0,0)
16 Flag of Italy.svg (5) Marco Gregnanin 1(0,E,0,0,1)
Flag of Germany.svg (17) Frank Facher
Flag of Germany.svg (18) Tobias Busch

Goričan

  • Qualifying Round 5 [17] [18] [19]
  • June 27, 2009 (19:30)
  • Flag of Croatia.svg Goričan, Stadium Millenium (Length: 305 m)
  • Referee: Flag of Hungary.svg Istvan Darago
  • Jury President: Flag of France.svg Christian Bouin
  • Qualify: 6 + 1R
Pos.RiderPointsDetails
1 Flag of Croatia.svg (11) Jurica Pavlic 15(3,3,3,3,3)
2 Flag of Poland.svg (10) Piotr Świderski 12(1,2,3,3,3)
3 Flag of Australia (converted).svg (3) Chris Holder 11+3(2,2,3,2,2)
4 Flag of Slovenia.svg (12) Matej Zagar 11+2(2,X,3,3,3)
5 Flag of Sweden.svg (14) Jonas Davidsson 11+1(3,3,2,1,2)
6 Flag of Hungary.svg (8) Matej Ferjan 11+DNS(3,3,1,2,2)
7 Flag of Ukraine.svg (9) Andriy Karpov 9(0,3,0,3,3)
8 Flag of Poland.svg (7) Krzysztof Kasprzak 8(1,1,2,2,2)
9 Flag of Poland.svg (2) Janusz Kołodziej 7(3,T,2,1,1)
10 Flag of Russia.svg (6) Simon Vlasov 6(2,1,1,1,1)
11 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg (15) Lewis Bridger 5(2,0,1,2,0)
12 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (16) Adrian Rymel 5(1,1,2,1,0)
13 Flag of Sweden.svg (1) David Ruud 4(1,2,X,0,1)
14 Flag of Croatia.svg (4) Marko Vlah 3(0,2,0,0,1)
15 Flag of Croatia.svg (17) Renato Cvetko 1(0,1,0,0,0)
16 Flag of Hungary.svg (13) Norbert Magosi 1(0,E,1,0,F)
17 Flag of Croatia.svg (18) Nikola Pigac 0(0)
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg (5) Lee Richardson

Semi-Finals

Grand Prix Challenge

(18) Flag of Germany.svg Tobias Kroner → A.Dryml, Jr. [29] → Risager [30]
(17) Flag of Sweden.svg Antonio Lindbäck → A.Dryml, Jr. [30]
PlacingRiderTotal1234567891011121314151617181920PtsPos21
1 Flag of Sweden.svg (10) Magnus Zetterström 14323331413
2 Flag of Australia (converted).svg (1) Chris Holder 14333321422
3 Flag of Poland.svg (2) Jarosław Hampel 132332313Q3
4 Flag of Sweden.svg (13) Fredrik Lindgren #101232133124
5 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg (4) Chris Harris #91002233105
6 Flag of Poland.svg (7) Piotr Protasiewicz 1033Fx22106
7 Flag of Australia (converted).svg (14) Davey Watt 61131067
8 Flag of Germany.svg (12) Martin Smolinski 61120268
9 Flag of Denmark.svg (9) Kenneth Bjerre #1260122169
10 Flag of Poland.svg (15) Adrian Miedziński 62211R610
11 Flag of Poland.svg (8) Grzegorz Walasek #134031--411
12 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (5) Lukáš Dryml 4200X2412
13 Flag of Sweden.svg (6) Jonas Davidsson 310200313
14 Flag of Croatia.svg (11) Jurica Pavlic 320001314
15 Flag of Latvia.svg (16) Maksims Bogdanovs 30Fx120315
16 Flag of Finland.svg (3) Kauko Nieminen 3110X1316
17 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg (17) Aleš Dryml, Jr. 11117
18 Flag of Denmark.svg (18) Morten Risager 11118
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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See also

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