2012 Individual Speedway Junior World Championship

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2012 Individual Speedway Junior World Championship
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The 2012 Individual Speedway Under 21 World Championship was the 2012 version of FIM Individual Under-21 World Championship season. First time new champion was determined in seven finals between 21 July and November 2011.[1]

Qualification[edit]

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

Riders[edit]

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

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

Final Series[edit]

# Date Venue Winners Runner-up 3rd place
1 July 21 Italy Lonigo DenmarkMichael Jepsen Jensen PolandPrzemysław Pawlicki PolandBartosz Zmarzlik
2 August 4 Slovenia Lendava PolandMaciej Janowski DenmarkMikkel Bech Jensen PolandPatryk Dudek
3 August 17 United Kingdom Coventry DenmarkMichael Jepsen Jensen PolandPrzemysław Pawlicki DenmarkMikkel Bech Jensen
4 September 15 Poland Tarnów DenmarkMichael Jepsen Jensen PolandPatryk Dudek PolandMaciej Janowski
5 October 13 Czech Republic Pardubice PolandMaciej Janowski DenmarkMichael Jepsen Jensen UkraineAleksandr Loktaev
6 November 3 Argentina Bahia Blanca DenmarkMichael Jepsen Jensen PolandMaciej Janowski SwedenPontus Aspgren
7 November 10 Argentina Bahia Blanca PolandMaciej Janowski DenmarkMichael Jepsen Jensen DenmarkMikkel Bech Jensen

Classification[edit]

The meeting classification was 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) were credited also as World Championship points. The FIM Speedway Under 21 World Champion was 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 Italy Slovenia United Kingdom Poland Czech Republic Argentina Argentina
Gold Denmark Michael Jepsen Jensen 90 12 10 15 14 13 13 13
Silver Poland Maciej Janowski 89 11 13 10 13 14 13 15
Bronze Denmark Mikkel Bech Jensen 75 11 12 11 6 11 11 13
4 Denmark Mikkel Michelsen 59 9 7 8 10 6 8 11
5 Denmark Niklas Porsing 50 8 7 9 8 11 7
6 Poland Przemysław Pawlicki 43 12 9 12 10
7 Denmark Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen 41 9 2 5 3 7 7 8
8 Sweden Pontus Aspgren 40 8 1 8 12 11
9 Czech Republic Václav Milík, Jr. 39 4 6 1 2 5 10 11
10 Ukraine Aleksandr Loktaev 37 6 8 10 13
11 Australia Sam Masters 37 6 10 5 8 8
12 Poland Patryk Dudek 30 11 6 13
13 Poland Bartosz Zmarzlik 29 11 9 9
14 Poland Tobiasz Musielak 25 5 8 2 10
15 Australia Dakota North 21 5 8 8
16 Poland Piotr Pawlicki Jr. 21 9 8 4
17 Poland Damian Adamczak 18 2 8 3 5
18 United Kingdom Kyle Newman 10 10
19 Czech Republic Michal Skurla 10 5 5
20 Latvia Andzejs Lebedevs 9 9
21 Argentina Facundo Albin 8 4 4
22 Poland Jakub Jamrog 7 7
23 Czech Republic Eduard Krcmar 6 6
23 Poland Kacper Gomólski 6 6
25 Argentina Facundo Cuello 5 2 3
25 United Kingdom Tom Perry 5 5
27 Czech Republic Zdenek Holub 4 4
28 Argentina Fernando Garcia 4 2 2
29 Czech Republic Jan Holub III 3 3
30 Argentina Sebastian Clemete 3 2 1
31 Italy Michele Paco Castagna 2 2
31 Czech Republic Roman Cejka 2 2
33 Argentina Alejandro Iglesias 1 1 0
33 Slovenia Matic Ivacic 1 1
33 Italy Nicolas Vicentin 1 1
36 Croatia Dino Kovacic 0 0
36 Poland Ernst Koza 0 0
Italy Giorgi Trentin ns
Italy Davide Vinante ns
Slovenia Ziga Radkovic ns
Slovenia Ladislav Vida ns
United Kingdom Ashley Morris ns
United Kingdom Stefan Nielsen ns

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Projekt kalendarza FIM na 2012 rok - finał DMŚJ w Polsce, IMŚJ poznamy w Argentynie" (in Polish). SportoweFakty.pl. 12 Apr 2011. Retrieved 8 Aug 2011.