2011 Individual Ice Racing World Championship

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2011 Individual Ice Racing World Championship
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The 2011 FIM Individual Ice Racing World Championship will be the 2011 version of FIM Individual Ice Racing World Championship season. The world champion will be determined in eight finals hosted in four cities between 5 February and 27 March 2011.[1][2]

Qualification[edit]

In three Qualifying Rounds will started 48 riders from 13 nationan federation and to Final series will qualify top 5 from each meetings and 6th placed riders from QR1 and QR2.

Qualifying Rounds Czech Republic United Kingdom Germany Switzerland France Ukraine Netherlands Russia Norway Austria Poland Finland Sweden
QR1 Austria Sankt Johann 2 2 1 1 3 1 3 1 2
QR2 Poland Sanok 1 1 1 2 3 1 3 2 2
QR3 Austria Saalfelden 2 1 2 1 2 2 2 2 2

Riders[edit]

There will be eighteen permanent riders. Seventeen riders was qualify from the Qualifying Rounds, and one permanent Wild Card will be nominatedand soon. There are no Wild Card and additional Track Reserve riders.

In all cases of absence of a scheduled rider, the draw number 17 track reserve rider shall be elevated for that meeting to take the place of that missing scheduled rider. In the case that there are 2 missing scheduled riders, then both track reserve riders (draw numbers 17 and 18) are elevated.

In the case that a track reserve rider is brought up to the level of a scheduled rider, and time allows, a rider substitute shall be nominated as track reserve rider, according to his placing on the Substitute list of that year. The Substitute list will be published by the CCP Executive Secretariat with the ballot of the first Final.

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

Track reserves[edit]

After each Final, the 2 track reserve riders will become scheduled riders in the next Final, even if they have taken part in the Final where they are track reserve riders. Therefore, the 2 lowest point score riders (not being the 2 track reserve riders from that Final) on the Intermediate Classification will become track reserve in the next Final. The best placed rider will be the 1st track reserve rider with draw number 17 and the 2nd rider will be the 2nd track reserve with draw number 18.

Qualified riders[edit]

Top six riders from QR1 in Sankt Johann, Austria:

  1. Russia Sergey Karachintsev
  2. Austria Franz Zorn
  3. Russia Ivan Ivanov
  4. Russia Dmitri Bulankin
  5. Germany Stefan Pletschacher
  6. Finland Mats JarfTR

Top six riders from QR2 in Sanok, Poland:

  1. Russia Nikolay Krasnikov
  2. Russia Daniil Ivanov
  3. Sweden Stefan Svensson
  4. Russia Igor Kononov
  5. Poland Grzegorz Knapp
  6. Czech Republic Antonín Klatovský, Jr.TR

Top five riders from QR3 in Saalfelden, Austria:a

  1. Russia Dmitry Khomitsevich
  2. Russia Vitaly Khomitsevich
  3. Austria Harald Simon
  4. Germany Günther Bauer
  5. Sweden Peter Koij

One rider nominated by FIM:

  1. Netherlands Johnny Tuinstra[3]
Notes:
TR. Jarf and Klatovský were qualify to the Final One (Day One) as a track reserve riders
a. QR3 hosted in Austria was co-organized by the Dutch federation

Qualified substitute[edit]

  1. Netherlands René Stellingwerf
  2. Czech Republic Jan Klatovský

Final Series[edit]

# Date Venue Winners Runner-up 3rd place
1 February 5 Russia Krasnogorsk Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Igor Kononov Russia Dmitri Khomitsevitch
2 February 6 Russia Krasnogorsk Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Igor Kononov Russia Daniil Ivanov
3 February 12 Russia Tolyatti Russia Daniil Ivanov Russia Dmitri Khomitsevitch Russia Nikolay Krasnikov
4 February 13 Russia Tolyatti Russia Dmitri Khomitsevitch Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Igor Kononov
5 March 12 Netherlands Assen Russia Igor Kononov Russia Nikolay Krasnikov Russia Daniil Ivanov
6 March 13 Netherlands Assen Russia Daniil Ivanov Russia Dmitri Khomitsevitch Russia Nikolay Krasnikov
7 March 26 Germany Inzell
8 March 27 Germany Inzell

Classification[edit]

The World Champion will be the rider having collected the most points at the end of the Championship. The track reserve riders are taken into account on the Final Overall Classification.

In case of one or more ties on the Intermediate Classification of the Championship, the following will apply:

  1. Best place in the last Final run.

In case of riders involved in a tie on the Final Overall Classification at the end of the Championship, the following will apply:

  1. Run-off for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place.
  2. Best place in the last Final meeting.
Pos. Rider Points Russia Russia Russia Russia Netherlands Netherlands Germany Germany
1 Russia Nikolay Krasnikov 126 25 25 18 20 20 18    
2 Russia Daniil Ivanov 118 16 18 25 16 18 25    
3 Russia Dmitri Khomitsevitch 113 18 14 20 25 16 20    
4 Russia Igor Kononov 113 20 20 16 18 25 14    
5 Russia Vitali Khomitsevitch 82 14 16 11 14 11 16    
6 Russia Dmitry Bulankin 74 13 12 14 11 14 10    
7 Russia Ivan Ivanov 70 12 13 12 9 12 12    
8 Russia Sergey Karachintsev 63 10 11 13 13 5 11    
9 Sweden Stefan Svensson 55 9 10 10 10 9 7    
10 Austria Harald Simon 50 8 7 7 6 13 9    
11 Austria Franz Zorn 48 7 6 8 7 7 13    
12 Germany Günther Bauer 46 11 8 3 8 8 8    
13 Czech Republic Antonín Klatovský 40 ns 9 9 12 6 4    
14 Poland Grzegorz Knapp 30 4 4 6 0 10 6    
15 Sweden Peter Koij 23 6 5 5 3 4 ns    
16 Germany Stefan Pletschacher 16 5 3 ns 5 ns 3    
17 Finland Mats Järf 9 0 0 ns 4 ns 5
18 Netherlands Johnny Tuinstra 7 3 ns 4 ns    
19 Netherlands René Stellingwerf 3 3 ns    
Czech Republic Jan Klatovský    

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2010 FIM Conference Meeting". FIM-live.com. 2010-03-05. Retrieved 2010-03-10. 
  2. ^ "Terminarze Mistrzostw Świata 2011" (in Polish). SportoweFakty.pl. 2010-10-25. Archived from the original on 28 October 2010. Retrieved 2010-10-26. 
  3. ^ "FIM przyznała dziką kartę" (in Polish). SportoweFakty.pl. 26 Jan 2011. Retrieved 26 Jan 2011.