With the Betard Wroclaw FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland taking place on Friday and Saturday, here’s everything you need to know.
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Talking Dirt: Fuelled by Monster Energy heads to Prague for the opening weekend of the 2021 FIM Speedway Grand Prix season.
Triple world champion Tai Woffinden admits his early-season injury layoff set him back as he bids to roar into top form in Wroclaw.
World Under-21 champion Jaimon Lidsey admits he’s set for a few weeks on the sidelines after suffering “a serious concussion” in Daugavpils.
SGP star Artem Laguta raced to a 15-point maximum as Vastervik defeated local rivals Dackarna 51-39 in the Bauhaus Elitserien on Tuesday.
Six British champions and a host of Great Britain internationals line up at the British Championship Final in Manchester on August 16.
Swedish star Freddie Lindgren was pleased to put himself “in the mix” with two Prague finals as he heads into the Betard Wroclaw SGP.
European champion Mikkel Michelsen admits he’s now focused on success with Lublin and Slangerup after sealing his spot in SGP 2022.
SGP trio Maciej Janowski, Artem Laguta and Tai Woffinden racked up 12 paid 13 points apiece for Wroclaw as they regained top spot.
Emil Sayfutdinov insisted “I never give up” after defying his mixed early-season form to start SGP 2021 with two finals.
Artem Laguta’s manager Rafal Lewicki revealed the rider wasn’t a fan of the Prague track – until he stormed to victory there on Sunday.
World champion Bartosz Zmarzlik raced to a near-perfect 14 points for Gorzow as they saw off arch-rivals Zielona Gora 48- 42.
Danish champion Anders Thomsen admits he was fuelled by adrenaline as he defied his Prague crashes to reach his first SGP semi-final.
Betard Wroclaw SGP wild card Gleb Chugunov raced to a 13 paid 15-point maximum for Bauhaus Elitserien leaders Smederna.