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Leon Madsen won the second round of TAURON Speedwya Euro Championship, held on Saturday's evening in Torun (Poland). Dane topped the podium, leaving Grigorii Laguta, Kacper Woryna and Nicki Pedersen behind.

After the round in Guestrow, it was Grigorii Laguta who had come to Torun with a leader's golden jacket. Russian rider had had a three-point advantage over second – Bartosz Smektała and four points over Leon Madsen and Antonio Lindbaeck.

Meeting started from jumping a gun, because in the first heat of the day, Paweł Przedpełski made a start way quicker than the referee pressed the button. In the second attempt, Kacper Woryna grabbed the win and in the first series of starts, „threes" appeared next to Leon Madsen, Jarosław Hampel and Adrian Miedzinski. Series' leader – Laguta had a tumble, so it all started with some bad luck for him.

Second series of starts delivered with some another emotions and overtakes. Unfortunately, we had a dramatic situation in heat no.10. On the second corner, Leon Madsen couldn't hold his bike and hit Anders Thomsen, who moreover got hit from Robert Lambert's bike as well.

Ambulances went quickly to track and paramedics did not hold back with taking a stretcher out. After a short while, Lambert came back to the pits on his own. However, Thomsen did not have this much luck and left Motoarena in an ambulance. In the heat's repeat, David Bellego fell after a contact with Jakub Miśkowiak.

In the overall classification, it got really tight and last series of starts was about to bring up the heat. In fact, every rider from position 1 to 9 was able to go through to the race-off heat. Main series was ultimately won by Leon Madsen, who did not feel a taste of a loss and only exclusion made him not piling up a maximum points.
Another Danish rider got also straight to the final – Nicki Pedersen. In the race-off heat we had Laguta, Miedzinski, Woryna and Hampel, who advanced after 2 points piled in his last heat.

In the race-off heat, it was „Grisha" leading the stake, with Woryna and Hampel battling for the second position. Miedzinski, on the other hand, did not have much to say in this heat. After all, it was Woryna getting the second position.

Final heat was a real icing on the cake. From the very beginning, Madsen got the lead and Woryna was fighting hard to prevent Laguta overtaking him, but Russian rider finally made it in the third lap. Even though he was making mistakes, Pole wasn't able to got in front of him and had to enjoy still a great third position.

After two rounds, Grigorii Laguta remained the leader, with 27 points, having one-point advantage over Leon Madsen. Nicki Pedersen and Bartosz Smektała, both with 19 points, hold third position.

Next round of TAURON SEC is planned on August 10th in Vojens (Denmark). Peter Kildemand will race with the wild card. Frederik Jakobsen and Andreas Lyager will be track reserves.


1. Leon Madsen (Denmark) 15 (3,3,w,3,3,3)
2. Grigorij Łaguta (Russia) 12 (u,3,3,3,1,2)
3. Kacper Woryna (Poland) 10 (3,1,1,1,3,1)
4. Nicki Pedersen (Denmark) 11 (2,d,3,3,3,0)
5. Adrian Miedziński (Poland) 9 (3,2,3,1,w)
6. Jarosław Hampel (Poland) 8 (3,3,0,0,2)
7. Mikkel Michelsen (Denmark) (1,0,1,3,3)
8. Robert Lambert (Great Britain) (2,1,3,2,0)
9. Paweł Przedpełski (Poland) (2,2,1,1,2)
10. Bartosz Smektała (Poland) (2,1,2,0,2)
11. Michael Jepsen Jensen (Denmark) (1,0,2,2,1)
12. Kai Huckenbeck (Germany) (0,0,2,1,2)
13. (R1) Jakub Miśkowiak (Poland) (2,2,1)
14. David Bellego (France) (1,3,w,-,-)
15. Vaclav Milik (Czech Republic) (0,2,0,2,0)
16. Anders Thomsen (Denmark) (1,2,u/-,-,-)
17. Antonio Lindbaeck (Sweden) (0,1,0,0,1)
18. (R2) Igor Kopeć-Sobczyński (Poland) (0,0)

Heat after heat:

1. Woryna, Przedpełski, Bellego, Lindbaeck
2. Madsen, Pedersen, Michelsen, Łaguta (u)
3. Hampel, Smektała, Thomsen, Huckenbeck
4. Miedziński, Lambert, Jepsen Jensen, Milik
5. Madsen, Miedziński, Woryna, Huckenbeck
6. Bellego, Milik, Smektała, Pedersen (d)
7. Hampel, Przedpełski, Lambert, Michelsen
8. Łaguta, Thomsen, Lindbaeck, Jepsen Jensen
9. Pedersen, Jepsen Jensen, Woryna, Hampel
10. Lambert, Miśkowiak, Bellego (w), Madsen (w)
11. Łaguta, Huckenbeck, Przedpełski, Milik
12. Miedziński, Smektała, Michelsen, Lindbaeck
13. Michelsen, Milik, Woryna, Kopeć-Sobczyński
14. Łaguta, Miśkowiak, Miedziński, Hampel
15. Madsen, Jepsen Jensen, Przedpełski, Smektała
16. Pedersen, Lambert, Huckenbeck, Lindbaeck
17. Woryna, Smektała, Łaguta, Lambert
18. Michelsen, Huckenbeck, Jepsen Jensen, Kopeć-Sobczyński
19. Pedersen, Przedpełski, Miśkowiak, Miedziński (w)
20. Madsen, Hampel, Lindbaeck, Milik

Last chance heat: Łaguta, Woryna, Hampel, Miedziński

Final: Madsen, Łaguta, Woryna, Pedersen

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Closer look at TAURON SEC 2020

The TAURON SEC season in the year 2020 was more than unique. The series provided us with many emotions and a few special events, which are worth to mention after all. Speedway enthusiasts probably took notice of many details that we have not experienced in previous years or might come to conclusion, that in some cases history likes to repeat itself. Let's take a closer look at this year’s Individual European Championship competition.

Michelsen: I wasn't meant to win

Mikkel Michelsen took fourth place in this year's TAURON Speedway Euro Championship series. Before the start of the competition, The Dane announced the fight to defend his title he won a year ago, but less successful tournaments in Rybnik, Gniezno and Toruń crossed out his chances for final victory.

Madsen: Robert did a great job

Leon Madsen got the silver medal of the Individual European Championships. The Dane won three rounds of this year's cycle, but it was not enough to reclaim the title.

Lambert: I knew what I had to do

Robert Lambert became the new Individual European Champion. At the end of the TAURON SEC 2020 cycle, the British won the final round in Toruń. The fight for the gold medal was decided excitingly in the very final heat in which Lambert crossed the finish line before Leon Madsen.

Lambert is the new Individual European Champion after winning in Toruń!

Motoarena in Torun hosted the last and crucial round of this year's TAURON Speedway Euro Championship. After a tight and even tournament, the victory was achieved by Robert Lambert, who additionally won the title of Individual European Champion in 2020!

Madsen: I will do my best to win

Leon Madsen surprisingly took “only” sixth place during the third round of the TAURON Speedway Euro Championship 2020 which took place in Gniezno. The Dane scored nine points and now is on the second place in the interim classification of the cycle with a two point loss to the leader, Robert Lambert.

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