2011 Individual Speedway Junior World Championship

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2011 Individual Speedway Junior World Championship
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The 2011 Individual Speedway Under 21 World Championship will be the 2011 version of FIM Individual Under-21 World Championship season. First time new champion will be determined in four finals between 23 July and 9 October 2011.[1][2]

Qualification[edit]

In five Qualifying Round will started 80 riders and to Semi-Finals will qualify top 6 from each meetings. This 30 riders and 2 riders from Semi-Final' host federations will started in two Semi-Finals. The top 7 riders from both SF will automatically qualify for all Final meetings.

Riders[edit]

There will be fourteen permanent riders (riders placed 1st to 7th in both semi finals will automatically qualify for all Final meetings). Two Wild Card riders will be nominated to each final meeting (approval and nomination by CCP Bureau). Two Track Reserve riders will be 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 will be elevated for that meeting, and take the place(s) of the relevant missing rider(s). The list of Qualified Substitute riders will be published by the CCP after the Semi Finals.

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

Permanent riders[edit]

Top 7 riders from Semi-Final One in Žarnovica, Slovakia[3]

  1. Denmark Michael Jepsen Jensen (19)
  2. Slovakia Martin Vaculík (21)
  3. Sweden Dennis Andersson (20)
  4. Australia Darcy Ward (19)
  5. Poland Patryk Dudek (19)
  6. Poland Bartosz Zmarzlik (16)
  7. Russia Vadim Tarasenko (17)

Top 7 riders from Semi-Final Two in Gniezno, Poland[4]

  1. Ukraine Aleksandr Loktaev (17)
  2. Poland Przemysław Pawlicki (20)
  3. Sweden Simon Gustafsson (21)
  4. Poland Piotr Pawlicki, Jr. (17)
  5. Poland Maciej Janowski (20)
  6. Croatia Dino Kovačić (?)
  7. Poland Oskar Fajfer (17)

Will card and track reserve riders[edit]

Final One in Poole, England[5]

United Kingdom Joshua Auty (21)
United Kingdom Jerran Hart (20)
United Kingdom Joe HainesTR → Substitute for Tarasenko (20)
United Kingdom Steven WorrallTR → WC for Hart (20)
United Kingdom Paul StarkeTR (?)
United Kingdom Ashley MorrisTR (17)

Final Two in Holsted, Denmark[6][7]

United Kingdom Joe HainesWC (20)
Denmark René BachWC (21)
Denmark Mikkel MichelsenTR (?)
Denmark Jonas B. AndersenTR (?)
Denmark Mikkel B. JensenTR → Substitute for Andersen (?)

Final Three in Pardubice, Czech Republic[8]

Denmark Mikkel B. JensenWC (?)
Czech Republic Václav Milík, Jr.WC (18)
Czech Republic Michael HádekTR (21)
Czech Republic Jan Holub IIITR (20)

Final Four in Gniezno, Poland[9]

Czech Republic Václav Milík, Jr.WC (18)
Denmark Mikkel MichelsenWC (?)
Poland Kacper GomólskiTR (18)
Poland Tobiasz MusielakTR (18)

WC - wild card TR - track reserves

Final Series[edit]

# Date Venue Winners Runner-up 3rd place
1 July 24 United Kingdom Poole Australia Darcy Ward (14+3 pts) Poland Maciej Janowski (14+2 pts) Sweden Dennis Andersson (14+1 pts)
2 August 28 Denmark Holsted Poland Maciej Janowski (12 pts) Slovakia Martin Vaculík (11+3 pts) Sweden Dennis Andersson (11+2 pts)
3 October 1 Czech Republic Pardubice Poland Maciej Janowski (15 pts) Poland Przemysław Pawlicki (13+3 pts) Poland Piotr Pawlicki, Jr. (13+2 pts)
4 October 9 Poland Gniezno Poland Przemysław Pawlicki (15 pts) Australia Darcy Ward (14 pts) Poland Patryk Dudek (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 betterplaced rider.

Pos. Rider Points United Kingdom Denmark Czech Republic Poland
Gold Poland Maciej Janowski 50 14 12 15 9
Silver Australia Darcy Ward 46 (+3) 14 9 9 14
Bronze Poland Przemysław Pawlicki 46 (+2) 9 9 13 15
4 Poland Patryk Dudek 41 9 10 10 12
5 Sweden Dennis Andersson 39 14 11 8 6
6 Denmark Michael Jepsen Jensen 37 8 9 12 8
7 Slovakia Martin Vaculík 35 8 11 9 7
8 Poland Bartosz Zmarzlik 27 3 10 5 9
9 Poland Piotr Pawlicki, Jr. 25 12 ns 13 ns
10 Ukraine Aleksandr Loktaev 22 0 8 8 6
11 Sweden Simon Gustafsson 18 2 8 3 5
12 Poland Oskar Fajfer 17 3 6 5 3
13 Denmark Mikkel Michelsen 11 4 7
14 Denmark Mikkel B. Jensen 11 3 4 4
15 Poland Kacper Gomólski 10 10
16 United Kingdom Joe Haines 10 8 2
17 Russia Vadim Tarasenko 8 4 1 3
18 Croatia Dino Kovačić 8 6 1 1
19 Czech Republic Václav Milík, Jr. 5 4 1
20 United Kingdom Steven Worrall 4 4
21 United Kingdom Paul Starke 3 3
22 Denmark René Bach 2 2
23 United Kingdom Jerran Hart 2 2
24 Poland Tobiasz Musielak 0 0
25 United Kingdom Ashley Morris 0 0
Czech Republic Michael Hádek ns
Czech Republic Jan Holub III ns

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Prowizoryczny kalendarz FIM na 2011 rok" (in Polish). SportoweFakty.pl. 2010-03-04. Retrieved 2010-08-29. 
  2. ^ "Zakutalizowany terminarz Mistrzostw Świata 2011" (in Polish). SportoweFakty.pl. 2010-11-26. Retrieved 2010-12-26. 
  3. ^ "IMŚJ: Zwycięstwo Jensena, awans Dudka i Zmarzlika" (in Polish). SportoweFakty.pl. 4 Jun 2011. Retrieved 10 Jun 2011. 
  4. ^ "Rewelacyjny Łoktajew, czterech Polaków z awansem - relacja z gnieźnieńskiego półfinału IMŚJ" (in Polish). SportoweFakty.pl. 25 Jun 2011. Retrieved 1 Jul 2011. 
  5. ^ "Ballot Final 1". FIM-live.com. Retrieved 21 Jul 2011. 
  6. ^ "Ballot Final 2". FIM-live.com. Retrieved 8 Aug 2011. 
  7. ^ "Ballot Final 2 (II)". FIM-live.com. Retrieved 22 Aug 2011. 
  8. ^ "Ballot Final 3". FIM-live.com. Retrieved 13 Sep 2011. 
  9. ^ "Ballot Final 4". FIM-live.com. Retrieved 20 Sep 2011.