Individual European Champion of 2013 years extension his contract in the Polish club. Slovakian rider still be racing in the colors of the Unia Tarnow. Martin Vaculik competes in Tarnow in 2010, when he decided to change the club colors after the relegation of the team from Gdansk.
November 17 officially comes into force provision introduced by the FIM - Europe prohibits competing in the European Championships competitors who are regular participants at Grand Prix. Therefore, the company One Sport has released an official statement which clearly underlines the inconsistency of this record with European law.
Emil Sayfutdinov did not finish last season because of an injury suffered in an accident on the track in Torun. The Russian missed two rounds of the SEC, although he was leading the series. In a very honest post-season interview on his official emilracing.com website, he speaks honestly about all current matters relating to him. Interestingly Sayfutdinov is strongly considering withdrawing from the World Championship series.
Radoslaw Zielinski : Maciek , at the end of the season you won the gold medal in the colors of Poole Pirates . What kind of year was it for you?
Maciej Janowski : Taking into account the results that I had this year , I can safely say that it was a very positive year .
RZ : Despite a good effort in the SEC you took fifth place and managed to also jump on the podium and keep you in the top . What do you think were the reasons behind that?
MJ : Not all meetings went the way I hoped and that’s was why I finished where I did. Of course I wanted to show what I am capable of, but it wasn’t bad overall.
Riders, who received a wild card for the tournament European Championship protest by sending a letter to the FIM - Europe in the period of Ineligibility at the same time with the SEC and the Grand Prix. The following content speedway official letter:
We are continue cycle of memories from the past season. This time we walk to Russia, where a packed stadium was played the second round of the SEC. "The best tournament in history", "Great prosecution", "perfect organization". These are just some opinions on the competition in Togliatti.
The European Union Motorcycle (FIM -Europe ) has introduced a formal ban that prevents riders in the Grand Prix taking part in SEC. This decision has been rumoured for weeks, but Sunday it became official news. This means that all riders taking part in the World Championship cannot be regular participants of the SEC. Amongst the riders who received permanent wild cards from the organisors are Emil Sayfutdinov, and Andreas Jonsson.
We begin a series of short stories that appeared in various media about the SEC rounds. Today, in the first of them we will look back to the meeting in Gdansk, and recall that Emil Sajfutdinow won from Nicki Pedersen and Tai Woffinden.
Matej Zagar took part in the unofficial World Championships in Torun Pr Motoarena joining Ales Dryml and at the same time creating a pair of Czech - Slovenian. The player has not competed in this year's SEC, but does not rule out their participation in the project next year. The last season of his expectations and the results told in an interview.
Roman Povazhny, the rider taking part in last year's SEC cycle ended his career! Russian after a dramatic accident in the Individual Championship of Russia was originally refrain from driving on the speedway for 2 - 3 months, but later negotiations doctors made Povazhny decided to no longer get on the motorcycle as an active rider.
Hans Andersen had the best result of his SEC campaign in the Grand Finale in Rzeszow on the 29th September. In the Final Classification Hans advanced to 4th place, just one spot outside the top 3 places that give automatic seed through to next year’s competition:
Martin Vaculik won the last meeting in Rzeszow to clinch the title of European Speedway Champion. It was the first time under a new formula that the European Champion was found. By scoring an immaculate 18 points the cool Slovak achieved what seemed impossible before the meeting, when he was trailing Championship leader, and home track favourite, Nicki Pedersen by 5 points.