SEC 2014 in Germany!

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Two more rounds of this year Speedway European Championships still in front of us. But SEC organizers still working on next year SEC events. After the great succes in Togliatti there is no doubt about that next year SEC will be there again and as the organizers sayin' one of the Speedway European Championships round in 2014 will be held in Germany.

- From the beginning we were sayin' that we want organize SEC in the countries which never had an opportunity to have so huge speedway events there. After our succes in Togliatti where we will be back next year we want to open to the German market which have a great potential aswell - says Karol Lejman from One Sport.

- I think that very soon we should show the details about this event 'cause we still havin' a negotiations with german partners who wants to have SEC competition next year. In this moment definately I can say that great speedway is comin' back to Germany - he adds.

- We are very happy that german fans could watch in their country top riders from the World. I'm sure that event we will organize will make german speedway bigger than it is now. We are counting on german riders to join the SEC competition not just in one home round but as a regular member of Speedway European Championships - Jan Konikiewicz from One Sport says.

Great numbers of Eurosport TV transmissions watchers behind the West border shows us how huge potential speedway have there. - When we decided to show SEC on Eurosport we knew that we could count on really good watchin' level in Poland. But the numbers of watchers we had in Germany (especially from round in Togliatti) were more than surprising. All of that shows how great potential speedway have on that market and we are all happy that SEC will be on the German ground next year - Adam Wiktorski from Eurosport Poland adds.

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