Dominik Kubera took third place during Saturday's round of the Individual European Championship, which was held in Bydgoszcz. It was the second podium in Pole's history of appearances in TAURON SEC.
The last time Kubera stood on the podium was last September, when he took second place in Łódź. After the competition in Bydgoszcz, the Polish representative did not hide that a third round of TAURON SEC 2023 was challenging.
- I feel amazing, but it was a tough meeting today. All the time I was looking for a good setup and I found something at the end of the meeting. I am so happy - he said.
Due to the injury suffered at the SGP Warsaw qualifications, Kubera could not perform in the inaugural round, which took place in Częstochowa. He returned to the line-up in Güstrow, where he finished fourth. In Bydgoszcz he advanced to the final for the second consecutive time this year. It was an extraordinary feeling for 'Domin'.
- It’s hard to believe for me, but it’s real. It’s my second final in a row. I am very happy, and I want to be there regularly - he assured.
Before the final round in Pardubice, the Pole is in eighth place with 20 points scored. The differences in the interim classification are as small that with a good performance Kubera can join the fight for TOP 5 to stay in the series for next year.
- I am looking forward to Pardubice. It's the last round and we’re waiting for it - he said.
The title sponsor of the cycle is TAURON Polska Energia
Tickets for the final round in Pardubice are available for sale at speedwayeuro.com
1. Dominik Kubera #415 (Poland)
2. Janusz Kołodziej #333 (Poland)
3. Vaclav Milik #225 (Czech Republic)
4. Antonio Lindbäck #85 (Sweden)
5. Andzejs Lebedevs #129 (Latvia)
6. Leon Madsen #30 (Denmark)
7. Kacper Woryna #223 (Poland)
8. Grzegorz Zengota #29 (Poland)
9. Mikkel Michelsen #155 (Denmark)
10. Jan Kvech #201 (Czech Republic)
11. Dimitri Berge #98 (France)
12. Kai Huckenbeck #744 (Germany)
13. Andreas Lyager #114 (Denmark)
14. Adam Ellis #299 (Great Britain)
15. Patryk Dudek #692 (Poland)
16. Petr Chlupáč #16 (Czech Republic)
17. Hynek Štichauer (Czech Republic)
18. Matouš Kameník (Czech Republic)