We love those types of situation – last round in the cycle and little differences between top riders. We don’t know who will take all medals. Lublin is waiting for the European stars and we are pretty sure, that there will be more changes.
After three rounds – in Toruń, Gustrow and Hallstavik, Andrzejs Lebedevs is on the top. Despite that, his 38 points couldn’t guarantee any medal. Betard Sparta Wrocław rider hadn’t good enough form to defend his lead.
Powerful chase group is quite close to Lebedevs. Vaclav Milik, Lebedevs teammate, has 34 points on his account. Czech is one of the most important part of Sparta’s squad and also silver medalist from SEC 2016. Can he win this time? Artiom Laguta, one of the best Ekstraliga riders and next season Grand Prix participant, has 2 points less than Milik. Russian has 6 points loss to leader, but it’s sure that he still thinks about the title. Can he do it? Of course. As much points as Laguta has Andreas Jonsson. Swede made a huge result in his hometown, but in Lublin he could have a lot of problems. For sure, he won’t give up.
To increase emotions level, we want to remind you what happened last year in Rybnik. It’s not an exaggeration if anyone says that fans needed calculators to know what’s going on. Nicki Pedersen, Emil Sayfutdinov, Vaclav Milik and Krzysztof Kasprzak were patricipants of the final heat. All of them still had chances to take the title. Finally Dane won, but Pole and Czech needed extra race to decide who will take the silver.
Postponed to October 14th, last SEC round in Lublin could be similar. We hope that weather will be right and that night will be unforgetable. For whom would it be the best day ever? It’s hard to say.
Tickets for SEC Grand Final in Lublin (October 14th) are still on sale. You can buy it on: bit.ly/SEC_final_Lublin_tickets and in Empik’s, Media Markt’s and STS salons. Eurosport will air live broadcast. All tickets bought for first term remain valid.
Normal – 55 PLN
Reduceed – 40 PLN
Race Programme – 10 PLN
1. Krzysztof Kasprzak #507 (Poland)
2. Mateusz Szczepaniak #58 (Poland)
3. Martin Smolinski #84 (Germany)
4. Kenneth Bjerre #91 (Denmark)
5. AndzejsLebedevs #129 (Latvia)
6. AndreyKudryashov #9 (Russia)
7. Vaclav Milik #13 (Czechia)
8. Artem Laguta #2 (Russia)
9. Przemysław Pawlicki #59 (Poland)
10. JuricaPavlić #19 (Croatia)
11. Daniel Jeleniewski #16 (Poland)
12. Michael Jepsen Jensen #52 (Denmark)
13. Leon Madsen #66 (Denmark)
14. Andreas Jonsson #100 (Sweden)
15. Mikkel Bech #177 (Denmark)
16. Kacper Gomólski #44 (Poland)
17. Oskar Bober (Poland)
18. Paweł Miesiąc (Poland)