1965 Speedway World Team Cup

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1965 Speedway World Team Cup
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1965 Speedway World Team Cup was the sixth FIM Speedway World Team Cup season. The final took place in Kempten, West Germany. The World Champion title was won by Poland.

Format[edit]

  Qualifying rounds   Semi-finals   Final
Olching, West Germany Odense, Denmark
       Poland   39        Sweden   45  
       Czechoslovakia   32          Norway   23    
       West Germany   21          Finland   19     Kempten, West Germany
       Austria   4        Denmark   9        Poland   38
    details   details        Sweden   33
             Great Britain   18**
Meissen, East Germany Ufa, Soviet Union        Soviet Union   7
       Soviet Union   45        Poland   37   details
       Poland   25*        Soviet Union   30  
       East Germany   13        Czechoslovakia   27     Key:  
       East Germany   11*        East Germany   2     Qualify to the Final  
    details     details     Qualify to the Semi-final  

* Replacement teams not eligible to qualify
** Great Britain seeded to the final

Qualification[edit]

World final[edit]

Pos. National team Pts. Riders
1st  Poland 38

Andrzej Wyglenda - 11 (3,3,3,2)
Andrzej Pogorzelski - 11 (3,3,3,2)
Antoni Woryna - 9 (1,2,3,3)
Zbigniew Podlecki - 7 (1,2,2,2)
Paweł Waloszek - NS

1st  Sweden 34

Bjorn Knutsson - 11 (3,3,2,3)
Ove Fundin - 8 (ef,3,2,3)
Bengt Jansson - 8 (1,2,3,2)
Gote Nordin - 6 (2,1,2,1)
Leif Larsson - NS

3rd  Great Britain 18

Ken McKinlay - 7 (2,1,1,3)
Nigel Boocock - 6 (3,2,0,1)
Jimmy Gooch - 3 (-,1,1,1)
Barry Briggs - 1 (F,1,0,-)
Charlie Monk - 1 (1,0,-,-)

4  Soviet Union 7

Gennady Kurilenko - 2 (2,0,0,0)
Yuri Chekranov - 2 (2,r,-,-)
Vladimir Sokolov - 2 (0,1,1,0)
Igor Plechanov - 1 (0,F,1,0)
Viktor Trofimov - 0 (-,-,0,0)