DUDEK MAX DELIGHTS DACKARNA
Polish champion Patryk Dudek followed up his FIM Speedway Grand Prix qualification by bagging a 13 paid 15-point maximum for Dackarna to boost their Swedish Elitserien final bid.
The Malilla men moved up to second place in the play-off standings with a 52-38 victory over Indianerna at the G&B Arena on Tuesday.
After going unbeaten at the GP Challenge in Vetlanda, Dudek repeated the trick on Swedish shale, with Mikael Max also starring on 11. Rune Holta notched nine and SGP star Maciej Janowski accrued six paid nine.
Danish champion Niels-Kristian Iversen led the Indians charge on 11 paid 12, with Antonio Lindback weighing in with nine and SGP qualifier Freddie Lindgren scoring seven paid eight.
Elsewhere, Rospiggarna put one foot in the final as World Championship challenger Jason Doyle and Finnish racer Timo Lahti inspired them to a fantastic 55-35 win away to Piraterna.
Lahti was the star of the show with a sensational 16 – including five wins – while Doyle added 11.
Swedish champion Andreas Jonsson scored eight paid nine from three, but was forced out of the meeting, reportedly with back and shoulder pain.
Jacob Thorssell also added eight paid nine for the visitors, while GP Challenge runner-up Martin Vaculik raced to six paid nine.
Danish star Peter Kildemand picked up 11 from seven for the Pirates, while SGP series leader Greg Hancock scored seven paid eight.
The clubs race the reverse fixtures on Wednesday, with Rospiggarna hosting Piraterna and Indianerna welcoming Dackarna.
One more win for Rospiggarna guarantees them a place in the final.
For full details of the day’s results, scorers, the latest league table, plus news from Britain, Poland and Denmark, click here: http://www.speedwaygp.com/league_results.
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