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22/10/2010

SGP/SWC DATES 2011

FIM Speedway Grand Prix series (SGP) rights holders BSI Speedway and the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) have unveiled the SGP and FIM Speedway World Cup calendar for 2011.

It features Poland’s brand new SGP venue Gorzow, which will stage the final round of the World Championship next year.

Gorzow’s Edward Jancarz Stadium is the only new venue on the list, while Polish track Torun and Croatian circuit Gorican stay on the schedule after successfully hosting their first SGP rounds this season.

The series opens with the FIM European SGP at Leszno’s Alfred Smoczyk Stadium in Poland on April 30, 2011.

Meanwhile, Vojens Speedway Center in Denmark and King’s Lynn’s Norfolk Arena in Britain have been handed the opening meetings of next season’s FIM Speedway World Cup (SWC).

Vojens stages Event One on July 9, before the competition comes to King’s Lynn on July 11. The Race-Off and Final take place in Gorzow on July 14 and 16 respectively, when Poland will bid to win their fifth SWC in just seven years in front of their home fans.

FIM SPEEDWAY GRAND PRIX 2011 CALENDAR:

30/04/11 FIM European Speedway Grand Prix (Leszno)
14/05/11 FIM Swedish Speedway Grand Prix (Gothenburg)
28/05/11 FIM Czech Republic Speedway Grand Prix (Prague)
11/06/11 FIM Dansk Metal Danish SGP (Copenhagen)
25/06/11 FIM British Speedway Grand Prix (Cardiff)
30/07/11 FIM Italian Speedway Grand Prix (Terenzano)
13/08/11 FIM Scandinavian Speedway Grand Prix (Malilla)
27/08/11 FIM Torun SGP of Poland (Torun)
10/09/11 FIM Nordic Speedway Grand Prix (Vojens)
24/09/11 FIM Croatian Speedway Grand Prix (Gorican)
08/10/11 FIM Gorzow SGP of Poland (Gorzow)

FIM SPEEDWAY WORLD CUP CALENDAR:

09/07/11 FIM SPEEDWAY WORLD CUP, Event One (Vojens)
11/07/11 FIM SPEEDWAY WORLD CUP, Event Two (King’s Lynn)
14/07/11 FIM SPEEDWAY WORLD CUP, Race Off (Gorzow)
16/07/11 FIM SPEEDWAY WORLD CUP, Final (Gorzow)

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Champ Standings 2010

Pos Riders Pts
1st Tomasz Gollob 166
2nd Jaroslaw Hampel 137
3rd Jason Crump 135
4th Rune Holta 109
5th Greg Hancock 107
6th Chris Harris 107
7th Kenneth Bjerre 106
8th Chris Holder 96
9th Andreas Jonsson 95
10th Nicki Pedersen 91
11th Fredrik Lindgren 87
12th Hans Andersen 86
13th Magnus Zetterstrom 74
14th Tai Woffinden 49
15th Emil Sayfutdinov 33
16th Janusz Kolodziej 26
17th Davey Watt 19
18th Piotr Protasiewicz 13
19th Thomas H. Jonasson 8
20th Antonio Lindback 6
21st Adrian Miedzinski 6
22nd Niels-Kristian Iversen 6
23rd Jurica Pavlic 5
24th Scott Nicholls 4
25th Matej Kus 3
26th Leon Madsen 3
28th Mattia CARPANESE 1
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