2009 Individual Speedway Junior World Championship

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2009 Individual Speedway Junior World Championship
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Emil Saifutdinov (Mar 08).jpg
2007 and 2008 World Champion Emil Saifutdinov (photo 2008).

The 2009 Individual Speedway Junior World Championship will be the 2009 version of FIM Individual Under-21 World Championship. The Final will take place on October 4, 2009 in Goričan, Croatia.[1] It will be first Final on Balkans. The current World Champion is Emil Sayfutdinov from Russia who won the 2008 Final in Pardubice, Czech Republic. Sayfutdinov, who in 2009 season was started in 2009 Speedway Grand Prix, was not defend title.[2] The Championship was won by Australian rider Darcy Ward.

Calendar[edit]

Date Venue Winner
Domestic Qualifications
21 April Poland Gorzów Wlkp. Poland Michał Mitko result
Qualifying Rounds
26 April Germany Neustadt/Donau Slovakia Martin Vaculík result
16 May Slovenia Krško Croatia Jurica Pavlic result
17 May United Kingdom Rye House United Kingdom Rob Mear result
16 May Czech Republic Mšeno Germany Kevin Wölbert result
24 May Norway Elgane Sweden Thomas H. Jonasson result
Semi-Finals
20 June Hungary Miskolc United Kingdom Tai Woffinden result
27 June Sweden Kumla Sweden Thomas H. Jonasson result
Final
3 October Croatia Goričan Australia Darcy Ward result

Domestic Qualifications[edit]

Deutscher Motor Sport Bund nominated eight riders and two track reserve in February 2009.[3]

Czech Republic[edit]

Autoklub of the Czech Republic nominated five riders in October 2008: Filip Šitera, Matěj Kůs, Martin Gavenda, Michael Hádek and Jan Holub III. A sixth rider will be nominated in 2009.[4]

Finland[edit]

  • Final[5]
  • 18 April 2009
  • Sweden Hallstavik
  • Referee: ?
  • Best time:
  • Attendance: ?
Pos. Rider Points Details
1 Appe Mustonen 13 (3,3,2,2,3)
2 Tomi Reima 13 (1,3,3,3,3)
3 Kalle Katajisto 12 (3,3,3,u,3)
4 Niko Siltaniemi 11 (3,3,1,3,1)
5 Teemu Lahti 10+3 (2,1,3,2,2)
6 Timo Lahti 10+2 (3,2,0,3,2)
7 Sweden Peter Wall 10 (1,1,2,3,3)
8 Sweden Robin Burestad 8 (2,2,X,2,X)
9 Sweden Niklas Larsson 6 (0,1,2,2,1)
10 Jari Makinen 6 (2,2,1,1,X)
11 Sweden David Hillborg 6 (1,1,1,1,2)
12 Joni Keskinen 5 (0,2,3,X,0)
13 Sweden Jens Oscarsson 4 (0,X,2,0,2)
14 Aarni Heikkila 4 (2,0,0,1,1)
15 Joni Kitala 4 (1,0,1,1,1)
16 Jarkko Palmi 0 (X,0,0,X,X)

Top two riders from Domestic Final:

Last one rider was nominated:

Reserves:

Poland[edit]

32 riders to Domestic Semi-Finals was nominated by Main Commission of Speedway Sport. Semi-Finals took place on 17 April in Poznań and Rzeszów. The top eight riders from each Domestic Semi-Finals will qualify for the Domestic Final.

Pos. Rider Points Details
1 (2) Sławomir Musielak, LES 14 (3,3,3,2,3)
2 (5) Adrian Szewczykowski, GOR 13 (3,3,2,2,3)
3 (10) Patryk Pawlaszczyk, OST 11 (3,Fx,3,3,2)
4 (14) Paweł Zmarzlik, GOR 11 (3,2,3,1,2)
5 (11) Adam Kajoch, POZ 10 (2,2,3,3,0)
6 (3) Mateusz Lampkowski, TOR 9 (2,3,2,0,2)
7 (6) Damian Sperz, GDA 9 (1,1,2,2,3)
8 (1) Przemysław Pawlicki, LES 8+3 (1,1,0,3,3)
9 (13) Maciej Piaszczyński, ŁÓD 8+2 (2,2,2,1,1)
10 (8) Mateusz Kowalczyk, KRO 6 (2,3,1,0,0)
11 (4) Kamil Pulczyński, TOR 5 (0,0,1,3,1)
12 (7) Bartosz Szymura, RYB 5 (E4,1,T,2,2)
13 (16) Łukasz Cyran, GOR 5 (1,1,1,1,1)
14 (12) Kacper Gomólski, GNI 4 (1,2,1,Fx,Fx)
15 (15) Janusz Baniak, ZIE 2 (F3,F4,0,1,1)
16 (9) Emil Idziorek, OST 0 (0,E4,-,-,-)
  • Domestic Semi-Final 2[6][7][10][11]
  • 17 April 2009 (16:00)
  • Poland Rzeszów
  • Referee: Poland Rafał Pokrzywa (Rzeszów)
  • Bess time: 67.63 sec. Dudek (Heat 6)
  • Attendance: 900
  • Change:
Pos. Rider Points Details
1 (8) Rafał Fleger, RYB 12 (3,3,2,2,2)
2 (2) Patryk Dudek, ZIE 11 (1,3,3,3,1)
3 (1) Grzegorz Zengota, ZIE 10 (3,3,1,3,E/start)
4 (3) Sławomir Pyszny, RYB 10 (2,3,1,2,2)
5 (5) Dawid Lampart, RZE 9 (1,F1,2,3,3)
6 (16) Szymon Kiełbasa, TAR 9 (E1,2,3,1,3)
7 (12) Michał Mitko, RYB 9 (2,1,1,2,3)
8 (7) Grzegorz Stróżyk, POZ 9 (2,2,2,1,2)
9 (9) Damian Celmer, TOR 8 (3,2,3,Fx,Fx)
10 (13) Mateusz Łukaszewski, LES 7 (3,1,3,F2,0)
11 (10) Borys Miturski, CZE 7 (1,2,1,Fx,3)
12 (6) Mateusz Szostek, RZE 7 (0,1,2,3,1)
13 (15) Kamil Cieślar, CZE 5 (2,1,0,2,M)
14 (14) Marcin Piekarski, CZE 3 (1,0,0,E4,2)
15 (4) Kamil Fleger, RYB 2 (0,0,E4,1,1)
16 (17) Piotr Machnik, KRO 1 (E4,1,E)
17 (11) Marcel Kajzer, GNI 0 (E4,0,0,-,-)
Pos. Rider Points Details
1 (15) Michał Mitko, RYB 14 (3,2,3,3,3)
2 (11) Grzegorz Zengota, ZIE 13 (3,3,3,3,1)
3 (16) Przemysław Pawlicki, LES 12 (2,3,2,2,3)
4 (8) Szymon Kiełbasa, TAR 10+3 (3,2,3,2,0)
5 (1) Paweł Zmarzlik, GOR 10+2 (1,3,1,3,2)
6 (10) Mateusz Lampkowski, TOR 10+1 (2,1,3,3,1)
7 (4) Adam Kajoch, POZ 9+3 (2,0,2,2,3)
8 (3) Patryk Pawlaszczyk, OST 9+2 (3,1,2,1,2)
9 (2) Sławomir Pyszny, RYB 8 (0,3,2,1,2)
10 (14) Sławomir Musielak, LES 8 (1,2,1,2,2)
11 (12) Adrian Szewczykowski, GOR 5 (1,1,1,1,1)
12 (6) Dawid Lampart, RZE 4 (M/-,0,F3,1,3)
13 (5) Rafał Fleger, RYB 4 (2,2,0,F4x,-)
14 (9) Patryk Dudek, ZIE 1 (0,0,0,0,1)
15 (13) Grzegorz Stróżyk, POZ 1 (0,1,F1x,M/-,-)
16 (17) Maciej Piaszczyński, ŁÓD 1 (1,0,E)
17 (18) Damian Celmer, TOR 0 (0,0,0)
18 (7) Damian Sperz, GDA 0 (0,0,Fx,-,-)

Nominated before Domestic Qualification:

Top five riders from Domestic Final:

Last one rider will be nominated soon:

  •  ?

Qualifying Rounds[edit]

Neustadt/Donau[edit]

Artur Mroczka will be started in another Qualifying Round.

Pos. Rider Points Details
1 Slovakia (11) Martin Vaculík 14+3 (3,3,3,3,2)
2 Poland (4) Maciej Janowski 14+2 (2,3,3,3,3)
3 Poland (12) Grzegorz Zengota 13 (2,2,3,3,3)
4 Latvia (1) Maksims Bogdanovs 12 (3,3,1,2,3)
5 Germany (10) Max Dilger 10 (1,2,2,3,2)
6 Latvia (13) Vjačeslavs Giruckis 9 (3,1,1,2,2)
7 United Kingdom (6) Ben Barker 8 (3,3,2,F/-,-)
8 Czech Republic (16) Jan Holub III 7 (1,1,E,2,3)
9 Germany (14) Frank Facher 7 (2,1,2,1,1)
10 Germany (3) Manfred Betz 5 (1,2,1,1,0)
11 Germany (5) René Deddens 4 (2,0,2,X,0)
12 Italy (9) Mattia Tadiello 4 (0,2,F,1,1)
13 Czech Republic (8) Michael Hádek 3 (F,0,3,X,E)
14 France (7) Theo di Palma 3 (1,0,0,0,2)
15 Germany (18) Sebastian Eckerle 3 (2,1)
16 Austria (15) Lukas Simon 3 (0,1,1,0,1)
17 France (2) Gabriel Dubernard 0 (0,0,0,F,0)
- Germany (17) Marcel Helfer - -

Krško[edit]

  • Qualifying Round 2[18][19][20]
  • 16 May 2009 (19:15)
  • Slovenia Krško, Stadium Matije Gubca (Length: 387,8 m)
  • Referee: Russia Andrey Savin
  • Jury President: Hungary Janos Nadasdi
  • Change: two Russian riders → Polish and Slovenian riders
Pos. Rider Points Details
1 Croatia (5) Jurica Pavlic 15 (3,3,3,3,3)
2 Poland (10) Przemysław Pawlicki 13 (3,2,3,2,3)
3 Poland (8) Szymon Kiełbasa 12 (2,3,3,2,2)
4 Germany (4) Tobias Busch 11 (2,2,2,3,2)
5 Poland (7) Patryk Pawlaszczyk 10 (1,3,0,3,3)
6 Slovenia (2) Matic Voldrih 10 (3,3,2,X,2)
7 Slovenia (13) Aleksander Čonda 9 (1,1,1,3,3)
8 Germany (16) Eric Pudel 8 (2,1,3,1,1)
9 Slovenia (9) Matija Duh 7 (2,2,1,2,0)
10 Ukraine (14) Kiril Tcukanov 6 (3,1,2,X,0)
11 Slovenia (11) Aljosa Remih 6 (1,2,2,F,1)
12 Croatia (12) Nikola Pigac 4 (0,0,1,2,1)
13 Ukraine (3) Mihailo Oneshko 3 (1,0,0,0,2)
14 United Kingdom (15) Paul Starke 2 (0,1,0,e,1)
15 Hungary (6) Tamás Szilágyi 1 (0,0,0,1,0)
16 United Kingdom (1) Brendan Johnson 1 (0,0,1,F,-)
17 Slovenia (17) Samo Kukovica 0 (X)
18 Slovenia (18) Ladislav Vida - -

Rye House[edit]

Pos. Rider Points Details
1 United Kingdom (13) Robert Mear 13+3 (3,3,2,2,3)
2 Australia (3) Darcy Ward 13+2 (3,3,2,3,2)
3 United Kingdom (8) Tai Woffinden 12 (3,3,3,3,e2)
4 United Kingdom (4) Lewis Bridger 11 (1,1,3,3,3)
5 Poland (5) Artur Mroczka 10 (2,2,2,2,2)
6 United States (9) Ricky Wells 9+3 (3,1,1,2,2)
7 Poland (1) Paweł Zmarzlik 9+2 (2,Fx,1,3,3)
8 Australia (16) Kozza Smith 9+1 (2,2,2,F3,3)
9 United Kingdom (6) Lee Smart 7 (0,3,3,1,0)
10 United Kingdom (17) Jamie Courtney 7 (2,0,3,1,1)
11 New Zealand (14) Jade Mudgeway 6 (1,2,0,2,1)
12 Poland (7) Adam Kajoch 4 (1,2,0,0,1)
13 Czech Republic (10) Pavol Pucko 4 (1,0,1,1,1)
14 New Zealand (2) Grant Tregoning 3 (0,1,1,1,0)
15 United States (15) Tim Gomez 2 (0,0,0,0,2)
16 Germany (11) Kai Huckenbeck 1 (X,1,0,0,0)
17 United Kingdom (12) Joe Haines - (F/-,-,-,-,-)
18 United Kingdom (18) Matt Bates - -

Mšeno[edit]

Pos. Rider Points Details
1 Germany (13) Kevin Wölbert 14 (3,3,3,2,3)
2 Russia (16) Artem Laguta 13+3 (2,3,2,3,3)
3 Denmark (11) Nicolai Klindt 13+2 (3,3,3,1,3)
4 Poland (6) Michał Mitko 11 (3,3,1,3,1)
5 Germany (3) Sönke Petersen 11 (3,1,3,2,2)
6 Czech Republic (2) Matěj Kůs 11 (2,2,3,3,1)
7 Australia (15) Justin Sedgmen 8 (1,2,2,1,2)
8 Czech Republic (8) Filip Šitera 7 (2,2,E,0,3)
9 Poland (9) Mateusz Lampkowski 7 (1,2,2,F,2)
10 Czech Republic (14) Martin Gavenda 6 (0,1,1,3,1)
11 Russia (4) Vyacheslav Kazachuk 6 (1,1,0,2,2)
12 United Kingdom (10) Simon Lambert 5 (2,0,2,1,0)
13 Denmark (7) Nicki Barrett 4 (1,0,1,2,0)
14 Croatia (1) Renato Cvetko 2 (0,0,0,1,1)
15 Czech Republic (12) Michal Dudek 1 (0,0,1,0,0)
16 Australia (5) Aron Summers 1 (0,1,e,e,0)
17 Czech Republic (18) Jakub Fencl - -

Elgane[edit]

  • Scandinavian Qualifying Round 5[27][28][29]
  • 24 May 2009 (13:00)
  • Norway Elgane, Elgane Speedway Stadium (Length: 286m)
  • Referee: Czech Republic Pavel Vana
  • Jury President: Poland Andrzej Grodzki
  • Change:
Pos. Rider Points Details
1 Sweden (7) Thomas H. Jonasson 15 (3,3,3,3,3)
2 Sweden (13) Linus Eklöf 12 (3,3,2,1,3)
3 Denmark (14) Kenni Larsen 11+3 (0,3,3,2,3)
4 Denmark (3) Patrick Hougaard 11+e (2,2,2,3,2)
5 Sweden (4) Ludvig Lindgren 10 (3,3,1,3,X)
6 Denmark (5) Peter Kildemand 10 (2,2,3,1,2)
7 Sweden (10) Kim Nilsson 9 (2,2,0,2,3)
8 Sweden (15) Anders Mellgren 8 (2,1,2,1,2)
9 Denmark (11) Leon Madsen 7 (3,0,2,2,X)
10 Denmark (16) Patrick Nørgaard 7 (1,1,3,0,2)
11 Denmark (8) René Bach 7 (1,2,1,3,Fx)
12 Finland (9) Kalle Katajisto 5 (1,1,0,2,1)
13 Finland (1) Niko Siltaniemi 2 (1,0,1,N,N)
14 Norway (2) Lars Daniel Gunnestad 2 (0,1,1,0,E)
15 Norway (17) Lars Filip 1 (0,T,T,0,1
16 Finland (12) Teemu Lahti 0 (0,0,X,X,N)
17 Sweden (6) Anton Rosén 0 (F/-,-,-,-,-)

Semi-Finals[edit]

Miskolc[edit]

  • Semi-Final 1[31][32][33]
  • 20 June 2009 (16:30)
  • Hungary Miskolc, Speedway Arena Miskolc (Length: 367 m)
  • Referee: Czech Republic Pavel Vana
  • Jury President: Poland Andrzej Grodzki
  • Qualify: 8 and 1R
  • Change:

Tai Woffinden (No 3 in SF-2) was nominated as track reserve at British Grand Prix (27 June). Woffinden and Kildemand (No 16 in SF-1) were changed.[35]

Pos. Rider Points Details
1 United Kingdom (9) Tai Woffinden 14 (3,2,3,3,3)
2 Denmark (1) Patrick Hougaard 13 (3,3,2,2,3)
3 Russia (14) Artem Laguta 11+3 (2,3,2,1,3)
4 United Kingdom (16) Lewis Bridger 11+2 (1,2,3,3,2)
5 Australia (5) Darcy Ward 11+1 (3,1,3,2,2)
6 Croatia (11) Jurica Pavlic 10 (2,3,1,3,1)
7 Latvia (12) Vjačeslavs Giruckis 9 (0,1,2,3,3)
8 Poland (13) Michał Mitko 7+3 (e,0,3,2,2)
9 Sweden (15) Linus Eklöf 7+2 (3,2,0,2,0)
10 Hungary (4) József Tabaka 6 (2,3,e,1,0)
11 Czech Republic (10) Matěj Kůs 6 (1,2,1,1,1)
12 Poland (8) Szymon Kiełbasa 4 (2,e,0,0,2)
13 Slovenia (3) Matic Voldrih 4 (1,1,1,0,1)
14 Slovenia (7) Aleksander Čonda 3 (1,0,2,0,0)
15 Latvia (2) Maksims Bogdanovs 3 (0,0,1,1,1)
16 Slovakia (6) Martin Vaculík 1 (e,1,-,-,-)
17 Czech Republic (17) Jan Holub III 0 (e,0)
18 Slovenia (18) Matija Duh 0 (0)

Kumla[edit]

  • Semi-Final 2[36][37][38]
  • 27 June 2009 (14:00)
  • Sweden Kumla, Sannaheds Motorstadion (Length: 364 m)
  • Referee: United Kingdom Craig Ackroyd
  • Jury President: Slovenia Boris Kotnjek
  • Qualify: 8 and 1R (if no Croatian rider are qualified to the Final, then only 7 + 1R will qualify)
  • Change:
Pos. Rider Points Details
1 Sweden (14) Thomas H. Jonasson 13+3 (3,3,3,1,3)
2 Poland (12) Grzegorz Zengota 13+2 (2,3,3,2,3)
3 Poland (1) Przemysław Pawlicki 12 (3,3,3,0,3)
4 Denmark (15) Kenni Larsen 11 (2,3,2,2,2)
5 Sweden (2) Ludvig Lindgren 10 (2,2,0,3,3)
6 Poland (7) Maciej Janowski 9 (e,2,3,3,1)
7 Denmark (5) Nicolai Klindt 9 (1,2,1,3,2)
8 Sweden (9) Simon Gustafsson 9 (1,1,2,3,2)
9 United States (4) Ricky Wells 5+3 (1,2,1,0,1)
10 Australia (13) Justin Sedgmen 5+2 (1,0,0,2,2)
11 Poland (10) Patryk Pawlaszczyk 5+1 (0,1,2,2,0)
12 Poland (6) Paweł Zmarlik 4 (3,e,0,1,e)
13 Germany (8) Max Dilger 4 (2,0,1,0,1)
14 Australia (17) Kozza Smith 3 (3)
15 Germany (11) Kevin Wölbert 3 (t/-,0,2,1,0)
16 Poland (16) Artur Mroczka 3 (0,1,1,1,e)
17 Denmark (3) Peter Kildemand 2 (0,1,0,0,1)
- Czech Republic (18) Filip Šitera - -

Final[edit]

  • Final[39][40][41]
  • 3 October 2009 (15:30)
  • Croatia Goričan, Stadium Milenium (Length: 305 m)
  • Referee: Poland Marek Wojaczek
  • Jury President: Italy Armando Castagna
  • Changes:
No 11. Poland Przemysław Pawlicki → No 18. Wells
No 17. Sweden Linus Eklöf → Tabaka
Placing Rider Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Pts Pos 21
1 Australia (9) Darcy Ward 13 3 3 3 2 2 13 1
2 Croatia (3) Jurica Pavlic 12 2 2 2 3 3 12 3 3
3 Denmark (5) Patrick Hougaard 12 3 2 2 2 3 12 4 2
4 United Kingdom (7) Tai Woffinden 12 T/- 3 3 3 3 12 2 1
5 Poland (8) Maciej Janowski 11 2 3 Fx 3 3 11 5
6 Denmark (2) Nicolai Klindt 10 3 1 3 2 1 10 6
7 Poland (10) Grzegorz Zengota 8 F1 3 2 1 2 8 7
8 Sweden (6) Simon Gustafsson 7 0 Fx 3 3 1 7 8
9 United Kingdom (12) Lewis Bridger 7 2 2 1 2 0 7 9
10 Denmark (13) Kenni Larsen 7 2 1 1 1 2 7 10
11 Sweden (14) Thomas H. Jonasson 6 3 2 1 F3 - 6 11
12 Russia (15) Artem Laguta 4 1 1 0 1 1 4 12
13 Hungary (17) József Tabaka 3 1 2 3 13
14 Poland (1) Michał Mitko 3 1 0 1 1 F 3 14
15 Latvia (16) Vjačeslavs Giruckis 2 F 0 2 0 0 2 15
16 United States (11) Ricky Wells 2 1 0 0 0 1 2 16
17 Sweden (4) Ludvig Lindgren 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 17
Placing Rider Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Pts Pos 21

m - exclusion for exceeding two minute time allowance • t - exclusion for touching the tapes • x - other exclusion • e - retired or mechanical failure • f - fell • ns - non-starter • nc - non-classify

gate A - inside gate B gate C gate D - outside

See also[edit]

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