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Speedway Grand Prix Last Updated: May 3rd, 2015 - 14:38:29

Speedway Grand Prix: Pawlicki brothers make easy work of qualification
By Nick
May 3, 2015, 14:37

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Poland's Pawlicki brothers made easy work of qualifying for the next round of the World Championship after finishing first and second in Gorican on Saturday night.

The two Polish youngsters finished ahead of Russian Andriej Karpow in third and Denmarks Leon Madsen in fourth. Home favourite Croatian Jurica Pavlic also made it through safely to the next round in fifth place.

Australia's Justin Sedgemen just missed out on qualification whilst Great Britain star Kyle Newman had a day to forget finishing in last.


1st Piotr Pawlicki (Poland) 15pts
2nd Przemyslaw Pawlicki (Poland) 14pts
3rd Andriej Karpow (Russia) 12pts
4th Leon Madsen (Denmark) 11pts

Q = Qualified for next round
QR = Qualified as reserve for next round
* = After run off

1 Piotr Pawlicki (Poland) (3,3,3,3,3) 15Q
2 Przemyslaw Pawlicki (Poland) (3,2,3,3,3) 14Q
3 Andriej Karpow (Russia) (2,3,3,2,2) 12Q
4 Leon Madsen (Denmark) (3,3,2,1,2) 11Q
5 Jurica Pavlic (Croatia) (3,2,1,3,1) 10Q
6 Linus Sundstrom (Sweden) (1,3,2,1,3) 10Q
7 Peter Ljung (Sweden) (2,1,2,2,2) 9Q*
8 Andrzej Lebiediew (Latvia) (0,2,2,3,2) 9QR*
9 Justin Sedgmen (Australia) (1,1,3,0,3) 8
10 Andriej Kudriaszow (Rusia) (2,2,1,0,1) 6
11 Josef Franc (Czech Republic) (1,0,1,2,1) 5
12 Siergiej Logaczow (Russia) (2,1,1,0,u) 4
13 Matej Kus (Czech Republic) (1,0,0,2,0) 3
14 Aleksander Conda (Slovenia) (w,1,0,1,1) 3
15 Ziga Kovacic (Slovenia) (0,0,0,1,0) 1
16 Nick Skorja (Slovenia) (0,0) 0
17 Denis Stojs (Slovenia) (0) 0
18 Kyle Newman Great Britain) (d,d) 0


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