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41 minutes ago, Icicle said:

At last someone to break the Russian whitewash! A Swede with a very Finnish name!! Well done. 

He has a finnish dad and when I asked him about his Finnish relatives he said he has some. And the funny part is that there is a family Haarahiltunen living for the past odd amount of years next to my inlaws at Jyväskylä.

Mats Järf won the finnish title today with kankkunen 2nd and matti isoaho 3rd. Isoaho was the in-form guy of the day, but missed his chance in the final. Anyway, he was one of the happiest bronze medalists I’ve ever seen!

 

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LUKOIL FIM ICE SPEEDWAY GLADIATORS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
EVENT 1, ASTANA KAZAKHSTAN, SATURDAY & SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3/4

FINAL 2, SUNDAY
Koltakov 21 (15+3+3), 
Karachintsev 19 (14+3+2), 
Ivanov 16 (13+2+1), 
Haarahiltunen 12 (10+2+0), 
Khomitsevich 11 (10+1), 
Ledstrom 10 (9+1), 
Simon 10 (10+fx), 
Olsen 7 (7+0), 
Shishegov 6, 
Cheblakov 5, 
Ebner 5, 
Zorn 4, 
N.Svensson 4, 
Weber 3, 
Bauer 3, 
S.Svensson 1, 
Pawel Nekrasov (Kazakhstan) 0, 
Iwema 0

SEMI FINAL 1: Koltakov, Haarahiltunen, Ledstrom, Simon (fx)
SEMI FINAL 2: Karachintsev, Ivanov, Khomitsevich, Olsen
FINAL: Koltakov, Karachintsev, Ivanov, Haarahiltunen

Overall: (* = Wildcard)
Koltakov 40, 
Karachintsev 36, 
Ivanov 30, 
Haarahiltunen 29, 
Khomitsevich 26, 
Simon 17, Shishegov * 17, 
Ledstrom 16, 
Olsen 11, 
Ebner 10, 
Zorn 9, 
N. Svensson 8, 
Cheblakov 7, 
Weber 6, 
S. Svensson 6, 
Bauer 4, 
Iwema 2, 
Nekrasov 0

Perfect score for Dimon, and once again Haarahiltunen makes the final. 

Franky Zorn and Gunther Bauer having a poor start, whilst I understand Harald Simon had a bout of D+V yet still managed the semis both days. 

Results from baansportfansite.nl as usual.

 

RUSSIAN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP, KAMENSK URAL, 
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 3/4

RESULT:
KAMENSK URAL 70 (38 + 32) 
Dmitri Solyannikov 28 (17+11), Nikita Tarasov 22 (12+10), Ivan Khuzhin 20 (9+11) 
TOGLIATTI 58 (28 + 30)
Vadim Svinuhov 22 (10+12), Evgenei Saydullin 21 (10+11), Alexander Kozyrev 15 (8+7)
UFA 44 (24 + 20)
Nikita Bogdanov 24 (11+13), Nikita Shadrin 15 (10+5), Artem Afanasyev 5 (3+2)
GLAZOV 31 (14 + 17+3)
Herman Hanmurzin 23+3 (12+11+3), Ivan Volkov 8 (2+6)
SHADRINSK 30 (13 + 17+2)
Dmitri Borodin  16+2 (7+9+2), Dmitri Zverev 13 (6+7), Viktor Jaroslavtev 1 (0+1)    
 


 

Edited by Conkers
To add Russian Junior Championship results

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On ‎04‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 11:43 AM, Conkers said:

Franky Zorn and Gunther Bauer having a poor start, whilst I understand Harald Simon had a bout of D+V yet still managed the semis both days. 

 


 

Seems Franky also had big problems at the border and had to spend time getting a new visa,so he can compete in Russia.Sounds like a bit of a nervous time as he was told he would have to fly back to Austria to get one and the problem was,if he did that his transporter would have been confiscated at the Kazakh border as he had to be sitting at the wheel,not his mechanic.He did though eventually get a new one at the Austrian consulate in Astana,so all is well.But he is asking is it really worth all the hassle and the FIM and MFR should assure everything goes smoothly,rather than,as Weber also said,leaving the riders to sort things themselves

http://m.speedweek.com/eisspeedwaygp/news/121977/Franz-Zorn-schikaniert-Warum-tue-ich-mir-das-an.html

 

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Looking like Harald Simon will miss the Team Final in Shadrinsk this weekend, as he is in Ufa with a Knee Injury. Austria will be represented by Franz Zorn and Charly Ebner with Malcolm Uzzell as team manager.

RUSSIA 
1 Dmitry Koltakov © 
2 Daniil Ivanov
15 Dmitri Khomitsevich 
Team Manager: Rais Mustafin  

GERMANY 
3 Johann Weber ©
4 Max Niedermaier
16 Günther Bauer 
Team Manager: Bernd Sagert  

FINLAND 
5 Matti Isoaho © F
6 Jussi Nyrönen Team 
17 Rami Systä 
Manager: Miia – Maria Vespalainen 

AUSTRIA 
7 Franky Zorn ©
8 Harald Simon (inj)
18 Charly Ebner Jr 
Team Manager: Malcolm Uzzell 

SWEDEN 
9 Niclas Svensson © 
10 Ove Ledström 
19 Martin Haarahiltunen
Team Manager: Mikael Messing  

CZECH REPUBLIC 
11 Andrej Divis 
12 Lukas Hulta
20 Jan Klatovsky © 
Team Manager: Milan Spinka 

Meeting is over 15 heats both days.

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Anybody watch SnowQuake on ITV4 tonight. A little piece on Ice Gladiators, and a piece on Mark Marques riding his race bike up the Hannenkahn (sp) with tyres prepared by one Frankie Zorn who makes an appearance. I’m sure it will be repeated.

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On ‎06‎/‎02‎/‎2018 at 2:11 PM, Conkers said:

Looking like Harald Simon will miss the Team Final in Shadrinsk this weekend, as he is in Ufa with a Knee Injury. Austria will be represented by Franz Zorn and Charly Ebner with Malcolm Uzzell as team manager.

 

Not sure,but going by the photos all the teams are present including managers,apart from Austria.Only Franky and Charly in the Austrian pic.I was wondering,since Whitey has swapped the delights of Vienna for the shall we say,less salubrious surroundings of Newcastle,i think:blink::P

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You are correct iris 123, Whitey is now residing in Newcastle.

He received his visa and was set to travel to Russia. But now he has his ankle in plaster after an accident with a bicycle, so he didn't fly.

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LUKOIL FIM ICE SPEEDWAY GLADIATORS WORLD TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP

SHADRINSK, RUSSIA, SATURDAY & SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10/11

RUSSIA 25 
Danil Ivanov 10, Dmitri Koltakov 8, Dmitri Khomitsevich 7
SWEDEN 20    
Niclas Svensson 8, Ove Ledstrom 8, Martin Haarahiltunen 4
AUSTRIA 16
Franz Zorn 12, Charly Ebner 4
GERMANY 11
Johann Weber 5, Gunther Bauer 5, Max Niedermaier 1
FINLAND 9
Matti Isoaho 7, Rami Systa 2, Jussi Nyronen 0
CZECH REP. 9
Lukas Hutla 8, Vladimir Visvader 1, Radek Hutla 0

Russia scoring maximum points. Jan Klotovsky still out with an injury so Vladimir Visvader took his place, whilst Andrej Divis replaced Radek Hutla. 

Results from the FIM Ice Speedway Gladiators App. (Which yesterday said Malcolm Uzzell was the Czech Republic team manager, and was sweating on Jan Klatovsky's fitness :D)

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LUKOIL FIM ICE SPEEDWAY GLADIATORS WORLD TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP

SHADRINSK, RUSSIA, SATURDAY & SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10/11

RUSSIA 50 (25+25) 
Dmitri Koltakov 20 (8+12), Danil Ivanov 17 (10+7), Dmitri Khomitsevich 13 (7+6)
SWEDEN 40 (20+20)    
Niclas Svensson 18 (8+10), Ove Ledstrom 14 (8+6), Martin Haarahiltunen 8 (4+4)
AUSTRIA 30 (16+14)
Franz Zorn 19 (12+7), Charly Ebner 11 (4+7)
GERMANY 23 (11+12)
Gunther Bauer 11 (5+6), Johann Weber 7 (5+2), Max Niedermaier 5 (1+4)
CZECH REP. 20 (9+11)
Lukas Hutla 18 (8+10), Vladimir Visvader 2 (1+1), Radek Hutla 0 (0+0)
FINLAND 17 (9+8)
Matti Isoaho 14 (7+7), Rami Systa 3 (2+1), Jussi Nyronen 0 (0+0)
 

Pretty much as expected. Russians winning again. Swedem second although I think if the Austrians had been able to use Harald Simon, the fight for second would have been closer.

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Sure if Klano was riding then Cz would have been above Germany  leaving Finland a way behind.having said that it is a weakened Finnish trio

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1 hour ago, iris123 said:

Sure if Klano was riding then Cz would have been above Germany  leaving Finland a way behind.having said that it is a weakened Finnish trio

Very much a meeting were the result was controlled by who was or wasn't there. But the Russians were always going to be top.

The Austrians missed Harold Simon who would of reduced the Swedes impressive second place points total.

As you write, Klabo would of been amongst the points as well. But Sweden raced well and deserved their second place

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41 minutes ago, MARK246 said:

Very much a meeting were the result was controlled by who was or wasn't there. But the Russians were always going to be top.

The Austrians missed Harold Simon who would of reduced the Swedes impressive second place points total.

As you write, Klabo would of been amongst the points as well. But Sweden raced well and deserved their second place

Absolutely!!!

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CUP OF RUSSIA FINAL 2, VYATSKIE POLYANY
SATURDAY & SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 10/11
 
Igor Kononov 27 (14+13), 
Nikita Toloknov 25 (11+14), 
Vasilli Nesytyh 25 (13+12), 
Evgenei Sharov 21 (14+7), 
Eduard Krysov 20 (10+10), 
Igor Saydullin 19 (9+10), 
Andrei Shishegov 17 (10+7), 
Dmitri Solyannikov 14 (4+10), 
Evgenei Saydullin  13 (6+7), 
Konstantin Kolenkin 12 (8+4), 
Vladimir Bobin 11 (4+7), 
Artem Akulov 9 (4+5), 
Nikita Tarasov 8 (3+5), 
Mikhail Litvinov 7 (7+0), 
Vadim Svinuhov 6 (2+4), 
Herman Hanmurzin 6 (2+4), 
Anton Sozykin (res) 1 (0+1)

Final Standings:
Kononov 55, 
Toloknov 48, 
Nesytyh 47, 
Sharov 43, 
Krysov 40, 
I.Saydullin 36, 
Shishegov 36, 
Solyannikov 35, 
E.Saydullin 26, 
Litvinov 20, 
Akulov 20, 
Tarasov 19, 
Kolenkin 16, 
Svinukhov 13, 
Bobin 12, 
Sozykin 1

3 hours ago, MARK246 said:

As you write, Klabo would of been amongst the points as well. But Sweden raced well and deserved their second place

Got to agree on that one, but I beleive Visvader was well on the pace in his first international meeting. Having seen Radek Hutla ride in Heerenveen last year, I can only assume he was going to be there with Lukas, so he got the nod to replace Divis

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