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The Rzeszow round is moved by one day.

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Challenge results:

1. Josef Franc CZ (4,4,4,4,3) 19
2. Romano Hummel NL (2,4,4,4,4) 18
3. Max Dilger DE (4,4,2,3,4) 17
4. Theo Pijper NL (4,4,3,2,3) 16
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5. Bernd Diener DE (4,3,4,1,3) 15
6. Kenneth Kruse Hansen DK (2,3,3,3,4) 15
7. Hynek Stichauer CZ (3,2,2,3,4) 14
8. Zach Wajtknecht GB (1,3,2,4,3) 13
9. Andrew Appleton GB (3,3,1,1,4) 12
10. Fabian Wachs DE (2,3,4,0,2) 11
11. Paul Cooper GB (2,4,3,2,R) 11
12. Stephan Katt DE (3,2,1,2,3) 11
13. Dave Meijerink NL (4,2,1,3,d) 10
14. James Shanes GB (1,1,4,2,2) 10
15. Tomas H Jonasson SE (3,d,2,4,N) 9
16. Gaétan Stella FR (R,1,3,2,1) 7
17. Julien Cayre FR (3,1,1,R,2) 7
18. Henri Ahlbom FI (2,2,1,1,1) 7
19. Martin Malek CZ (1,R,0,4,0) 5
20. Jacob Bukhave DK (0,0,0,3,2) 5
21. Max Koivula FI (0,0,3,1,1) 5
22. Jordan Dubernard FR (0,0,2,0,2) 4
23. Marcel Dachs DE (1,2,d,R,1) 4
24. Gabriel Dubernard FR (1,1,0,1,d) 3
25. Alessandro Milanese IT (0,1,R,N,N) 1
26. Jarno De Vries NL (0,1) 1
27. Mika Meijer NL (0) 0

First four to qualify for 2021 series.

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Lista Startowa:  Rzeszow

1. #95 Jesse Mustonen SML Finlandia
2. #56 Mathieu Trésarrieu FFM Francja
3. #333 Kenneth Kruse Hansen DMU Dania
4. #115 Theo Pijper KNMV Holandia
5. #31 Max Dilger DMSB Niemcy
6. #37 Chris Harris ACU Wielka Brytania
7. #125 Lukas Fienhage DMSB Niemcy
8. #109 Zach Wajtknecht ACU Wielka Brytania
9. #444 Josef Franc ACCR Czechy
10. #42 Stephan Katt DMSB Niemcy
11. #15 Stanisław Burza PZM Polska
12. #666 Romano Hummel KNMV Holandia
13. #93 James Shanes ACU Wielka Brytania
14. #30 Tomas H. Jonasson SVEMO Szwecja
15. #104 Gaétan Stella FFM Francja

Rezerwowi

16. Martin Málek ACCR Czechy
17. Zdeněk Holub ACCR Czechy

Edited by racers and royals

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How is it long track if it's on a speedway track. Confused

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22 minutes ago, bruno said:

Fair enough but how long are real long tracks

Back in the day, they were called "1,000 metre" tracks, but I don't know if that was a minimum size or not...

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2 hours ago, chunky said:

ack in the day, they were called "1,000 metre" tracks, but I don't know if that was a minimum size or not...

Yeah, back in the day when it was a one off World Final in "longtrack" and there were some proper top stars of shale sport competing, it was always on genuine long tracks, at least as far as I can recall.

Once it moved to a GP style series all sorts of weirdness seemed to happen. Grass tracks, sand tracks, speedway tracks...I guess that there just weren't enough proper 1,000m tracks in enough Countries to run a GP style series, but the FIM wanted one anyway. Before the GP days, it was pretty much Germany and Czechia that held the finals with the odd appearance of Denmark and Yugoslavia (Slovenia).

Still, the mention of a round at Rzeszow reminds me of the 2013 round there where Jonas Kylmakorpi did his best to turn a speedway track into a long track....


Gotta love his wide lines...and feel horrible for him when it all goes wrong on lap 4...

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So the original West Ham track was a Long Track?. I always believed a long track had to be between 500 and 1,000m.. Seems I was wrong.

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