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MAGIC MAX IN MALILLA

Polish racer Maciej Janowski followed up his surge to second in Warsaw with a 15-point maximum for Dackarna in the Swedish Elitserien.

15 / 05 / 2018, 20:29

Polish racer Maciej Janowski followed up his surge to second in Warsaw with a 15-point maximum for Dackarna in the Swedish Elitserien on Tuesday.

There was no stopping Magic over five rides as he inspired the Malilla men to a 54-36 victory at home to Lejonen.

World No.2 Patryk Dudek also impressed on 11 paid 13, while Oliver Berntzon bagged nine paid 10. Four-time world champion Greg Hancock grabbed seven paid nine.

SGP star Chris Holder and Piotr Pawlicki were Lions’ top performers on nine paid 10 points each.

Elsewhere, Vetlanda man Bartosz Zmarzlik raced to 15 from six, but couldn’t save his side from a 54-35 defeat at Rospiggarna.

The Hallstavik team were led to glory by 10 paid 11-point hauls from Great Britain star Robert Lambert and former world No.2 Andreas Jonsson. Jacob Thorssell notched nine paid 11, while Jason Doyle scored seven paid eight. Aussie rider Brady Kurtz hit back with nine paid 10 for the visitors.

Former SGP star Peter Ljung produced the performance of the night with an 18-point maximum for Vastervik away to Masarna. But it wasn’t enough to prevent his team going down 48-42 in Avesta.

GP Challenge winner Przemyslaw Pawlicki scored 10 paid 11 for the hosts, with Kim Nilsson collecting nine paid 12, Linus Sundstrom adding eight paid 11 and BOLL Warsaw SGP winner Tai Woffinden recording nine paid 10.

In the day’s other meeting, Danish star Michael Jepsen Jensen racked up a 15-point maximum as champions Smederna romped to a 55-35 win away to Indianerna. World Championship leader Freddie Lindgren dropped just one point to finish on 14, while Niels-Kristian Iversen accrued eight paid 12.

Czech ace Vaclav Milik starred for the Indians on 12 paid 13, with Piotr Protasiewicz picking up 10 paid 11.

For full details of the day’s results, scorers and the latest league table, click here: http://bit.ly/2uwbumo.

 

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