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ROSPIGGARNA RUN ENDS

Nicki Pedersen tallied 10 paid 12 points as Dackarna bounced back from their hammering at Vetlanda by ending Rospiggarna's unbeaten record.

17 / 06 / 2014, 21:23

Triple world champion Nicki Pedersen tallied 10 paid 12 points as Dackarna bounced back from their hammering at Vetlanda by ending Rospiggarna’s unbeaten record on Tuesday.

After starting with a paid second and a third place, the Dane picked up the pace with two wins. He was joined on 10 paid 12 by World Under-21 champ Patryk Dudek. Finnish star Joonas Kylmakorpi and Krzysztof Buczkowski bagged 11 paid 12.

Swedish champ Andreas Jonsson impressed for the hosts on 12 paid 13, while Mads Korneliussen scored a straight 12. Kim Nilsson recorded 10 paid 11 at reserve.

Elsewhere, world No.3 Niels-Kristian Iversen continued his rock-solid run of scoring with 13 points for Indianerna as they beat champions Piraterna 56-34. He was nicely supported by nine paid 11 from SGP rival Freddie Lindgren and nine paid 10 from Kenneth Bjerre.

Aussie sensation Darcy Ward bagged 13 for the Pirates, with Bjarne Pedersen adding eight paid nine. American legend Greg Hancock contributed six paid eight, while Chris Holder struggled to four.

In the day’s other meeting, Polish star Adrian Miedzinski blitzed to 15 paid 16 as Vargarna smashed Smederna 60-30. He was aided by a terrific 12 from Slovakia’s Martin Vaculik. Kenni Larsen was Smederna’s top performer on nine paid 10.

For full details of the day’s scorers and the latest league table, plus news from Britain, Poland and Denmark, click here: http://www.speedwaygp.com/league_results.

 

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