Joonas Kylmäkorpi

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Joonas Kylmäkorpi
Born (1980-02-14) 14 February 1980 (age 37)
Stockholm, Sweden
Nickname the Flying Finn
Nationality  Finland Sweden
Current club information
Career status Retired
Career history
2006–2009 Lakeside Hammers (GBR)
2001, 2003–2004, 2010–2012 Eastbourne Eagles (GBR)
1999, 2006–2007 Gorzów Wlkp. (POL)
2000 Częstochowa (POL)
2001, 2008 Ostrów Wlkp. (POL)
2003 Leszno (POL)
2005 Lublin (POL)
2009 Wybrzeże Gdańsk (POL)
2010 RKM Rybnik (POL)
2011– Indianerna (SWE)
2015 Dackarna (SWE)
2015 Coventry Bees (GBR)
2016 Wolverhampton Wolves (GBR)
Individual honours
2010,2011,2012,2013 Long Track World Champion
2010 London Riders' Championship
Team honours
2009 Elite League KO Cup

Joonas Nikolai Kylmäkorpi (born 14 February 1980) is a Finnish former motorcycle speedway rider. He won the Long Track World Championship four times, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013.

He is nicknamed the Flying Finn and represented Finland in the Speedway World Cup.[1]

Speedway Grand Prix results[edit]

  permanent speedway rider
  wild card, track reserve or qualified reserve
  rider not classified (track reserve who did not start)

Speedway honours[edit]

World Longtrack Championship[edit]

  • Grand-Prix Years

2000 6pts (22nd overall)

2005 53pts (4th)

2006 58pts (Second)

2007 48pts (Second)

2008 33pts (10th)

2009 74pts (7th)

2010 140pts (CHAMPION)

2011 127pts (CHAMPION)

2012 149pts (CHAMPION)

2013 126pts (CHAMPION)

2014 66pts (Third)

2015 46pts (7th).


  • Best Grand-Prix Results

Netherlands Eenrum First 2015; Third 2010.

Finland Forssa First 2010, 2012, Second 2013.

Norway Forus First 2012, 2013, Second 2011.

Germany Herxheim First 2015.

France Marmande First 2010, 2012, Second 2011, Third 2007.

Germany Muhldorf First 2014.

Germany Pfarrkirchen Second 2010.

France St. Macaire First 2010, Second 2007, 2008.

Germany Vechta First 2010, 2012, Second 2011, 2013, Third 2009.

European Grasstrack Championship[edit]

Finalist

2000 France Saint-Colomb-de-Lauzun 15pts (5th overall).

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Oakes, P.(2004). British Speedway Who's Who. ISBN 0-948882-81-6

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