KM Cross Lublin (speedway team)

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Motor Lublin
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Motor vs. Wanda Kraków
at al. Zygmuntowskie on 20 May 2018
Club information
Track address Stadion MOSiR Bystrzyca
Lublin
Country Poland
Founded2017
Team manager Maciej Kuciapa
Team captain Daniel Jeleniewski
League Ekstraliga
(1st division)
Club facts
ColoursYellow, White and Blue
Track size388 metres (1,273 ft) [1]
Track record time64.63 [1]
Track record date2012-06-24 [1]
Track record holder Daniel Jeleniewski [1]
Current team
RiderCMA
Flag of Sweden.svg Andreas Jonsson
Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Robert Lambert
Flag of Denmark.svg Mikkel Michelsen
Flag of Poland.svg Paweł Miesiąc
Flag of Poland.svg Grzegorz Zengota
Flag of Poland.svg Dawid Lampart
Flag of Poland.svg Wiktor Lampart
Flag of Poland.svg Wiktor Trofimow
Flag of Poland.svg Kacper Gosik
Flag of Poland.svg Maciej Kuromonow

Klub Motorowy Cross Lublin also known as the Speed Car Motor Lublin through sponsorship rights, is a Polish motorcycle speedway team based in Lublin which currently competes in Ekstraliga (1st division).

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History

2017 season

In 2017, the speedway team in Lublin was reactivated and participated in the 2. liga (3rd division). [2] In the 2017 season Motor finished second in 2. liga, [3] and reached the play-off final where they were defeated by Start Gniezno. The final was contested over two legs, one at each participating club's stadium (50:40 in Lublin, [4] 36:53 in Gniezno [5] ). Despite losing to Start, Motor qualified for the two-game relegation-promotion playoff against the second-last place team in Nice 1. Liga – Stal Rzeszów. The first game took place on 1 October 2017 in Rzeszów, with Motor winning 52:38. [6] Motor won the deciding game 47:25 which took place on 8 October 2017 in Lublin. [7]

2018 season

Motor Lublin ended first half of the 2018 season in first place, three points ahead of Start Gniezno. [8] Motor finished first in the Nice 1. Liga regular season, and faced Lokomotiv Daugavpils in the play-off semi-finals. On 31 August 2018, Motor won the away leg 47:43. [9] In the second leg, which took place on 8 September 2018 in Lublin, Motor won 55:35. [10] In the play-off finals, Motor faced second placed side ROW Rybnik. The first leg took place on 16 September 2018 in Rybnik, which Motor lost 52:38. [11] The return leg was contested one week later, when Motor beat ROW 53:37, and gained promotion to Ekstraliga. [12]

Honours

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