KOLODZIEJ BACK AT VETLANDA
Thursday 21st June 2012, 10:28
Polish international Janusz Kolodziej has returned to Swedish side Vetlanda to replace his fellow countryman Jaroslaw Hampel.
Hampel is out of action after undergoing surgery on the broken leg he suffered at the FIM Dansk Metal Danish SGP on June 9.
He confirmed to Speedwaygp.com that he will sit out for five to eight weeks, which could render him unavailable until August.
Kolodziej has only been racing for Tarnow in the Polish Ekstraliga this year after a tough 2011 season, which saw him struggle on his full-time debut in the Grand Prix series.
He left Vetlanda and was replaced by Russian starlet Emil Sayfutdinov, who formed a powerful top three with three-time world champion Jason Crump and Hampel.
Kolodziej will hope to return to the blistering 2010 form he produced in Sweden, which helped Vetlanda lift the Swedish Elitserien crown.
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