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EARLY CLASH FOR POLISH PAIR

Polish duo Maciej Janowski and Patryk Dudek get an early chance to chase down FIM Speedway World Championship leader Jason Doyle in Malilla.

11 / 08 / 2017, 15:29

Polish pair Maciej Janowski and Patryk Dudek get an early chance to chase down FIM Speedway World Championship leader Jason Doyle in the Teng Tools Swedish SGP on Saturday.

The Dackarna duo are tied on 75 points in second and third place and have been drawn together in heat two, which sees them line up alongside Great Britain ace Tai Woffinden and German star Martin Smolinski, who covers for injured world champion Greg Hancock.

Doyle leads the series by three points, and could extend his advantage in race one, when he tackles home pair Freddie Lindgren and Antonio Lindback, plus Poland’s Piotr Pawlicki.

JD on 78 points comes up against Janowski in his second outing in heat six, with Slovenian star Matej Zagar and Denmark’s Peter Kildemand joining them.

The Aussie icon completes his heats in race 18 when he meets Dudek, with 2012 world champion Chris Holder and world No.3 Bartosz Zmarzlik also at the tapes.

Danish fans will be keeping a close eye on race four, which pits national champion Niels-Kristian Iversen against Kildemand. Holder and Slovakian star Martin Vaculik join them on track.

For full details of the draw and to see when your favourites take to the shale tomorrow, click here: http://bit.ly/2uuTWb4

 

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