1999 Speedway Grand Prix of Sweden

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Sweden 1999 Speedway Grand Prix of Sweden
Information
Date 4 June 1999
City Sweden Linköping
Event 2 of 6 (26)
Referee Germany Wolfgang Glas
Stadium details
Stadium Motorstadium
Track speedway track
SGP Results
Winner United Kingdom Mark Loram
Runner-up Sweden Jimmy Nilsen
3rd place Sweden Tony Rickardsson

The 1999 Speedway Grand Prix of Sweden was the second race of the 1999 Speedway Grand Prix season. It was take place on 4 June in the Motorstadium in Linköping, Sweden[1] It was fifth Swedish SGP and was won by wild card rider Mark Loram.

Starting positions draw[edit]

The Speedway Grand Prix Commission nominated British rider Mark Loram nad a Pole Sebastian Ułamek as Wild Card.

Heat details[edit]

Placing Draw Rider Total Pre-Main Event Main Event Final Event
Round 1 Round 2 Round 1 Round 2 1/2 CF F
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
1 23 United Kingdom (23) Mark Loram 25 1 3 2 3 2 1 2 1
2 4 Sweden (2) Jimmy Nilsen 20 2 1 1 2
3 11 Sweden (1) Tony Rickardsson 18 3 1 1 2 1 1 3
4 17 Australia (13) Leigh Adams 16 3 2 1 4 1 1 2 4
5 1 Poland (3) Tomasz Gollob 15 1 2 3 1
6 10 Sweden (10) Peter Karlsson 14 2 2 1 3 2 3 2
7 8 Sweden (17) Stefan Dannö 12 2 2 4 3
8 5 Czech Republic (11) Antonín Kasper, Jr. 10 1 4 2 4 4
9 19 Denmark (9) Brian Karger 8 2 1 3 1 3
10 6 Denmark (20) John Jørgensen 8 4 2 3X
11 2 United States (6) Greg Hancock 7 2 3 4M
12 3 Australia (8) Jason Crump 7 1 4F 4R
13 9 United Kingdom (5) Chris Louis 6 1 1 3 3
14 16 United Kingdom (16) Andy Smith 6 2 4 2 3 3
15 12 Sweden (18) Mikael Karlsson 5 1 2 4R 4
16 7 United Kingdom (19) Joe Screen 5 4R 4
Placing Draw Rider Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24
17 18 Poland (21) Robert Dados 4 3 2 3
18 24 Poland (24) Sebastian Ułamek 4 4 1 3
19 14 Australia (7) Ryan Sullivan 3 1 3 4R
20 21 United States (22) Billy Hamill 3 2 4 4
21 22 Czech Republic (12) Marian Jirout 2 4 3
22 15 Sweden (15) Henrik Gustafsson 2 4 3
23 13 Denmark (4) Hans Nielsen 1 3 4X
24 20 Denmark (14) Brian Andersen 1 4 4
Heats 1-10: Pre-Main Event
1-4: First round
5-6: Last chance for second round
7-8: Second round
9-10: Last chance Main Event
Heats 11-20: Main Event
11-14: First round
15-16: Last chance for second round
17-18: Second round
19-20: Last chance for Semi-Finals
Heats 21-24: Final Event
21-22: Semi-Finals
23: Consolation Final
24: The Big Final
gate A – inside gate B gate C gate D – outside

The intermediate classification[edit]

Qualifies for next season's Grand Prix series
Full-time Grand Prix rider
Wild card, track reserve or qualified reserve
Pos. Rider Points CZE
Czech Republic
SWE
Sweden
POL
Poland
GBR
United Kingdom
PL2
Poland
DEN
Denmark
1 Poland (3) Tomasz Gollob 40 25 15        
2 Sweden (2) Jimmy Nilsen 36 16 20        
3 United States (6) Greg Hancock 27 20 7        
4 Sweden (1) Tony Rickardsson 25 7 18        
5 Australia (8) Jason Crump 25 18 7        
6 Czech Republic (11) Antonín Kasper, Jr. 25 15 10        
7 United Kingdom (23) Mark Loram 25 25        
8 Sweden (10) Peter Karlsson 22 8 14        
9 Sweden (17) Stefan Dannö 22 10 12        
10 Denmark (20) John Jørgensen 22 14 8        
11 Australia (13) Leigh Adams 20 4 16        
12 United Kingdom (19) Joe Screen 17 12 5        
13 United Kingdom (5) Chris Louis 14 8 6        
14 Sweden (18) Mikael Karlsson 12 7 5        
15 Denmark (9) Brian Karger 11 3 8        
16 United Kingdom (16) Andy Smith 11 5 6        
17 Australia (7) Ryan Sullivan 9 6 3        
18 Poland (21) Robert Dados 8 4 4        
19 Denmark (4) Hans Nielsen 7 6 1        
20 Sweden (15) Henrik Gustafsson 7 5 2        
21 United States (22) Billy Hamill 5 2 3        
22 Denmark (14) Brian Andersen 4 3 1        
23 Poland (24) Sebastian Ułamek 4 4        
24 Czech Republic (12) Marian Jirout 3 1 2        
25 Czech Republic (23) Antonín Šváb, Jr. 2 2        
26 Poland (24) Piotr Protasiewicz 1 1        
Pos. Rider Points CZE
Czech Republic
SWE
Sweden
POL
Poland
GBR
United Kingdom
PL2
Poland
DEN
Denmark

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ world.speedway.org. Retrieved on 2009-11-22.

External links[edit]