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ELITSERIEN | DACKARNA'S POLES STAR

Polish pair Maciej Janowski and Patryk Dudek warmed up for Saturday’s Scandinavian SGP by leading Dackarna to a 47-43 win away to Piraterna.

13 / 08 / 2019, 21:20

Polish pair Maciej Janowski and Patryk Dudek warmed up for Saturday’s Scandinavian SGP by leading Dackarna to a 47-43 win away to Piraterna in the Swedish Elitserien on Tuesday.

The duo head to their Swedish home track Malilla to take on their FIM Speedway Grand Prix rivals this weekend.

And they go into the meeting in rock-solid form after Janowski led the Dackarna charge on 11 paid 12, while Dudek tallied 10 paid 11. Malilla wild card Jacob Thorssell scored four paid five.

Danish racer Mikkel Michelsen makes his SGP return at the G&B Arena and led the Piraterna fightback on 12 paid 13. Pawel Przedpelski picked up 10 paid 11 and Niels-Kristian Iversen scored eight paid 10.

Elsewhere, Chris Holder and Tai Woffinden both impressed for Indianerna, but couldn’t save them from a 54-36 loss away to Lejonen.

Holder raced to 13 points from six rides, while Woffinden racked up 12 paid 13 from his six outings. But a solid team display saw the Lions triumph as Kacper Woryna topped the scoring on 10 paid 12.

Maksym Drabik added nine paid 12, Timo Lahti recorded nine paid 11, Jaroslaw Hampel notched nine and Krzysztof Kasprzak collected eight paid 10.

Denmark’s Michael Jepsen Jensen starred on 13 points for Smederna as the champions picked up a 48-42 victory away to Masarna.

Przemyslaw Pawlicki backed him up on 10 paid 12, with Freddie Lindgren racing to seven paid nine. German ace Martin Smolinski led the Masarna scorechart on nine.

Triple world champion Nicki Pedersen racked up 10 paid 12 for Vastervik as the league leaders saw off basement side Rospiggarna 47-37.

He was aided by 10 paid 11 from Jack Holder and 10 from Swedish racer Peter Ljung. Aussie icon Jason Doyle led the Rospiggarna scoring on 11.

For full details of the day’s results, scorers and the latest league table, click here: http://bit.ly/2H344uP.

 

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