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Speedway Euro Championship 2019 (Final 2nd round Saturday July 27th Torun live on TV )

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1 hour ago, iris123 said:

All that is is a wrong guess or are you talking about wildcards in general?

Laguta would be a great pull as a wild card be great to see but we all know it will never happen.

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At the end of the day one sport need an people to watch it to make any money. Not only in the stadiums but also on TV. Poland has the biggest audience.

All countries have been given the chance to enter riders in the competition. Those who qualified did so on merit

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This is getting complicated as some of the recent posts have been about GP qualifying and wildcards on the SEC thread( me included !)

G Laguta is not doing GP qualifiers in 2019 so we should enjoy his presence in the SEC finals.

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Yes all getting a bit mixed up what with longtrack and Danish Final stuff being posted on strange threads and that from one of the forum policemen !!’:rofl: And he tries to give me a lecture..,,

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5 minutes ago, iris123 said:

Yes all getting a bit mixed up what with longtrack and Danish Final stuff being posted on strange threads and that from one of the forum policemen !!’:rofl: And he tries to give me a lecture..,,

That was for Dave Goddard commentating live on the Swedish match- i don`t do social media and i knew he was reading the Swedish thread :)

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Posted (edited)

15 permanent riders now known.

Full line up of SEC 2019 is revealed now. Starting list goes as below

1. Leon Madsen (Denmark)
2. Jarosław Hampel (Poland)
3. Robert Lambert (Great Britain)
4. Mikkel Michelsen (Denmark)
5. Antonio Lindbaeck (Sweden)
6. Grigory Laguta (Russia)
7. David Bellego (France)
8. Vaclav Milik (Czech Republic)
9. Michael Jepsen Jensen (Denmark)
10. Kacper Woryna (Poland)
11. Anders Thomsen (Denmark)
12. Paweł Przedpełski (Poland)
13. Bartosz Smektała (Poland)
14. Kai Huckenbeck (Germany)
15. Nicki Pedersen (Denmark)

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Posted (edited)

That's a great line up. SEC looks really good this year. Shame UK doesn't have a round. Great to see that line up at Belle Vue

Madsen, Pedersen, Laguta would be my top 3. Not sure what order but if G Laguta can ride like he did against Wroclaw last night he will take some stopping!

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On 5/25/2019 at 9:12 PM, teaboy279 said:

Potential wild cards looking at previous one sport events.

Pedersen

Smektala

A Pawlicki bro.

Huckenbeck or smolinski

Lebidevs 

 

3 out 5 bang on, and correct nationality on the 4th. I ll take that lol

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Eurosport UK have come up trumps again for the coverage of the 1st round of the finals on Saturday July 13th from Gustrow Germany. Meeting starts at 6pm UK time with Eurosport Poland showing complete match live. Eurosport 2 uk go on air LIVE at 19.45 just in time for about heat 17 !!!!!!

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9 hours ago, racers and royals said:

Eurosport UK have come up trumps again for the coverage of the 1st round of the finals on Saturday July 13th from Gustrow Germany. Meeting starts at 6pm UK time with Eurosport Poland showing live from 7pm(6pm UK time) Polish time. Eurosport 2 uk go on air LIVE at 19.45 just in time for about heat 17 !!!!!!

But that's not so bad compared with the German version of Europsport - they show nothing at all !

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10 minutes ago, Bavarian said:

But that's not so bad compared with the German version of Europsport - they show nothing at all !

I feel for you- especially as this round is in Germany- How many channels ?  what are they showing instead ? 

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Not sure what they are showing, probably Snooker, or Tennis, or Cycling, that's what we got to see on Europsport most of the time.

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16 minutes ago, Bavarian said:

Not sure what they are showing, probably Snooker, or Tennis, or Cycling, that's what we got to see on Europsport most of the time.

Volleyball on one of the channels !!

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Saturday`s 1st round draw

1. Bartosz Smektała #115 (Polska)
2. Anders Thomsen #11 (Dania)
3. Robert Lambert #505 (Wielka Brytania)
4. Mikkel Michelsen #155 (Dania)
5. Antonio Lindbaeck #85 (Szwecja)
6. Grigorij Laguta #111 (Rosja)
7. David Bellego #415 (Francja)
8. Leon Madsen #30 (Dania)
9. Michael Jepsen Jensen #52 (Dania)
10. Vaclav Milik #225 (Czechy)
11. Paweł Przedpełski #323 (Polska)
12. Kacper Woryna #223 (Polska)
13. Kai Huckenbeck #744 (Niemcy)
14. Kevin Woelbert #16 (Niemcy)
15. Jarosław Hampel #33 (Polska)
16. Nicki Pedersen #110 (Dania)
17. Tobias Busch #17 (Niemcy)
18. Lukas Baumann #18 (Niemcy)

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