2010 Individual Speedway Junior World Championship

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2010 Individual Speedway Junior World Championship
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The 2010 Individual Speedway Under 21 World Championship was the 2010 version of FIM Individual Under-21 World Championship season. First time new champion was determined in three finals between 17 July and 2 October 2010.[1]

Because after the last heat was tie between top three riders, a run-off was decided about all medals. The 2009 Champion Darcy Ward beat Maciej Janowski and Maksims Bogdanovs, becoming second riders who defended Under-21 World Champion title, after Emil Sayfutdinov (2007 and 2008 champion). Artem Laguta (10th in the final overall classification), after winning the Grand Prix Challenge was qualify to the 2011 Speedway Grand Prix.

Qualification[edit]

In five Qualifying Round was started 80 riders and to Semi-Finals was qualify top 6 from each meetings. This 30 riders and 2 riders from Semi-Final' host federations (Matija Duh of Slovenia and Kevin Wölbert of Germany) was started in two Semi-Finals. The top 7 riders from both SF was automatically qualify for all Final meetings.

Riders[edit]

There were fourteen permanent riders (riders placed 1st to 7th in both semi finals was automatically qualify for all Final meetings). Two Wild Card riders was nominated to each final meeting (approval and nomination by CCP Bureau). Two Track Reserve riders was nominated by national federation.

In case of the absence of one or more riders in the final meetings, the first available Qualified Substitute rider or riders was elevated for that meeting, and take the place(s) of the relevant missing rider(s). The list of Qualified Substitute riders should by published by the CCP after the Semi Finals.

A starting position draw for each final meeting was balloted by the FIM.

Permanent riders[edit]

Top 7 riders from Semi-Final One in Krško, Slovenia

  1. Latvia Maksims Bogdanovs (21)
  2. Denmark Patrick Hougaard (21)
  3. Russia Vadim Tarasenko (16)
  4. Poland Patryk Dudek (18)
  5. Russia Artem Laguta (20)
  6. Czech Republic Matěj Kůs (21)
  7. Croatia Jurica Pavlic (21)

Top 7 riders from Semi-Final Two in Landshut, Germany

  1. Sweden Dennis Andersson (19)
  2. Slovakia Martin Vaculík (20)
  3. Poland Maciej Janowski (19)
  4. Germany Frank Facher (21)
  5. Germany Kevin Wölbert (21)
  6. Denmark René Bach (20)
  7. Australia Darcy Ward (18)

Will card and track reserve riders[edit]

Final One in Gdańsk, Poland

Poland Artur Mroczka (21)
Poland Damian Sperz (20)
Poland Marcel SzymkoTR (18)
Poland Szymon WoźniakTR (17)

Final One in Daugavpils, Latvia

Latvia Vjačeslavs Giruckis (21)
Poland Przemysław Pawlicki (19)
Latvia Jevgēņijs KaravackisTR (20)
Latvia Igors AntonenkoTR (16)

Final Three in Pardubice, Czech Republic

Czech Republic Jan Holub III (19)
Czech Republic Václav Milík, Jr. (17)
Czech Republic Roman ČejkaTR (18)
Czech Republic René VidnerTR (17)

TR - track reserves

Qualified Substitute[edit]

Unpublished by the CCP.

Final Series[edit]

# Date Venue Winners Runner-up 3rd place
1 July 17 Poland Gdańsk Latvia Maksims Bogdanovs (9 pts) Denmark Patrick Hougaard (8 pts) Croatia Jurica Pavlic (6 pts)
2 August 14 Latvia Daugavpils Australia Darcy Ward (12 pts) Latvia Maksims Bogdanovs (12 pts) Russia Artem Laguta (11 pts)
3 October 2 Czech Republic Pardubice Poland Maciej Janowski (14 pts) Australia Darcy Ward (13 pts) Slovakia Martin Vaculík (12 pts)

Classification[edit]

The meeting classification will be according to the points scored during the meeting (heats 1–20). The total points scored by each rider during each final meeting (heat 1–20) will be credited also as World Championship points. The FIM Speedway Under 21 World Champion will be the rider having collected most World Championship points at the end of the series. In case of a tie between one or more riders in the final overall classification, a run-off will decide the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. For all other placings, the better-placed rider in the last final meeting will be the better placed rider.

Pos. Rider Points Poland Latvia Czech Republic
Gold Australia Darcy Ward 30 (+3) 5 12 13
Silver Poland Maciej Janowski 30 (+2) 6 10 14
Bronze Latvia Maksims Bogdanovs 30 (+1) 9 12 9
4 Denmark Patrick Hougaard 27 8 11 8
5 Slovakia Martin Vaculík 26 5 9 12
6 Croatia Jurica Pavlic 24 6 8 10
7 Sweden Dennis Andersson 21 2 9 10
8 Denmark René Bach 20 4 10 6
9 Germany Kevin Wölbert 18 3 5 10
10 Russia Artem Laguta 18 6 11 1
11 Russia Vadim Tarasenko 16 6 5 5
12 Poland Patryk Dudek 15 4 3 8
13 Czech Republic Matěj Kůs 14 3 6 5
14 Germany Frank Facher 7 2 1 4
15 Czech Republic Václav Milík, Jr. 4 4
16 Poland Przemysław Pawlicki 3 3
17 Latvia Vjačeslavs Giruckis 3 3
18 Poland Artur Mroczka 2 2
19 Czech Republic Jan Holub III 1 1
20 Latvia Jevgēņijs Karavackis 1 1
21 Poland Damian Sperz 1 1
22 Czech Republic Roman Čejka 0 0
23 Czech Republic René Vidner 0 0
Rider(s) not classified
Poland Marcel Szymko ns
Poland Szymon Woźniak ns
Latvia Igors Antonenko ns

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010 FIM Conference Meeting". FIM-live.com. 2010-03-05. Retrieved 2010-03-08.