He won silver medal in 2013, in 2014 bronze one and this season he is focused to fight only for gold. Nicki Pedersen, triple World Champion has been in a very good shape since the beginning of the year and he would like to confirm it during the inaugural round of Speedway European Championships at MotoArena in Toruń.
On Wednesday, three matches of the Danish Superleague took place. Wins have had teams from Esbjerg, Fjelsted and Munkebo . Very good performance in Denmark recorded Peter Kildemand, who scored 16 points and one bonus. Half points from Slangerup team won the Krzysztof Buczkowski, who scored 17 points and two bonuses of 34, which in the whole match reached his team .
Exactly in a month, on the 20th of June we start Speedway European Championships series. Fifteen best riders of Europe will fight for the first points, which will close them to the European Champion title, in general classification at MotoArena in Toruń.
On Tuesday in Sweden riders fighting for Elitserien championship presented to fans. Lejonen Gislaved lost on their home track with Dackarna Malilla 44:46 and the man of the match was representative of hosts Nicki Pedersen. “Power” didn’t fight any rider who would beat him and score a maximum. In the second match Indianerna Kumla met with Piraterna Motala. The team of hosts was led to the victory by Piotr Protasiewicz who scored 12 points and a bonus. He was supported by Niels Kristian Iversen, Antonio Lindbaeck and Rory Schlein. In the visiting team there was not a leader and Piotr Pawlicki scored most points (9). The match between Rosspigarna Hallstavik and Smederna Eskilstuna was cancelled because of the rain.
Last Sunday in Daugavpils and Lamothe – Landerron two last qualifying rounds, from which riders qualified for SEC Challenge, took place. Last obstacle before the qualifications for Speedway European Championships series is in Slovenian Lendava, on the 30th May.
The last qualifying round for SEC Challenge in French Lamothe – Landerron ended with the victory of Artem Laguta. Russian beat Jesper Monberg, who stood at the second step of the podium, in additional heat. Swede, Linus Sundstroem took the third place.