Robert Lambert made his debut in the Speedway Euro Championship last season. The young Briton showed himself very well and ended the struggle with the bronze medal on the account. Before him there is a chance for further successes in the European championship. Before the start of this year's struggle, he talks about his memories and reflections related to the competition in the Individual European Championships, and also talks about goals and motivations for the season 2019.
"If it was not the injury that happened to me at the beginning of the season, I would probably be in a completely different place," says Jarosław Hampel, European runner-up 2018. The Pole is not in top form yet, but he believes that he will play equipment and will be able to fight for the top places in the SEC 2019 cycle.
David Bellego is making steady progress in his career. Although he only rides in Poland in the second league, he has been promoted to the SEC cycle, in which he will be the first Frenchman in history.
I am glad that the SEC is in Toruń. That’s my city. I do not conceal that it would be nice to repeat the result from 2015, when on Motoarena, riding with a wild card, I took the second place - says Paweł Przedpełski, who received from the organizers an invitation to the SEC 2019 cycle.
Anders Thomsen returns to the Speedway Euro Championship cycle after a two-year break. Dane got from the organizers a permanent wild card and try to prove that he deserved it. Before starting the competition, he signals the desire to fight for medal positions.
One of the most unpredictable competitors in this year's Speedway Euro Championship is Antonio Lindbaeck. The Swede has weaker moments, but he has repeatedly proved that he can afford to fight for a good result. A year ago he was close to the podium and now he would like to be in the top three.