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MAX FOR MICHELSEN AS SMEDERNA SEAL SECOND TITLE

Danish racer Mikkel Michelsen roared to a 14 paid 15-point maximum as Smederna sealed their second straight Swedish Elitserien title.

03 / 10 / 2018, 21:09

Danish racer Mikkel Michelsen roared to a 14 paid 15-point maximum as Smederna sealed their second straight Swedish Elitserien title on Wednesday.

The Eskilstuna outfit won the play-off final, second leg 53-37 to see off visitors Dackarna 99-81 on aggregate.

Michelsen was the hero for the hosts with a flawless display, backed up by 13 from SGP 2019 star Niels-Kristian Iversen.

Swedish star Freddie Lindgren and Michael Jepsen Jensen raced to seven paid eights points each.

American icon Greg Hancock was Dackarna's leading scorer on 10 paid 11, with Maciej Janowski notching nine paid 10.

 

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