For the second year in a row, the final round of the Speedway Euro Championship will take place at the Silesian Stadium in Chorzów. After the positive reception of the competition by the riders and experts, the track builder intends to introduce changes that will make the spectators gathered in the stands will witness even bigger sports emotions.
On September 1st, 2018, the slag returned to the cradle of Polish sport - to the Śląski Stadium - thanks to the Poland - Rest of the World match. It was already known at that time that the sledge track built on the athletics stadium was appropriately suited to prosecution.
During the final battle in the TAURON Speedway Euro Championship series, over 30,000 spectators sat in the stands of the Silesian Stadium, who were witnesses of the great triumph of Leon Madsen. By winning a set of points, the Dane sealed the title of the Individual European Champion.
Both events played at the Silesian Stadium were positively evaluated by both riders and experts.
- It's really a great stadium and the fans were amazing. The atmosphere at this property was exceptional. The track was very well prepared, even though the weather was not favorable for a few hours before the start - said Antonio Lindbaeck just after the competition in Chorzów.
After the organizational success of the competition in Silesia, it was decided that the final round of SEC 2019 will be held again in Chorzów, and again Jacek Gajewski and his team will be responsible for the construction of the track.
- We want to create a track that will be safe for the riders, and the fans will provide many passes - said Gajewski.
Thanks to last year's experience, the track at the Silesian Stadium will undergo appropriate adjustments, which will make the competition give us more excitement.
- We have many thoughts about previous professions in Chorzów. We will certainly introduce the appropriate changes, corrections that will apply to the preparation of the track. We will also improve the geometry to make the competition more interesting. I hope that we can expect interesting competitions - ended Jacek Gajewski.