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World Junior Speedway Championship Last Updated: May 31st, 2015 - 16:44:23

World Junior Speedway Championship: Fricke to the Max
By Nick
May 31, 2015, 16:41

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Austrlian Max Fricke breezed through the WU21 qualifying round in Terenzano, Italy on Saturday night. The highly rated young Aussie blasted his way through to the next round remaining unbeaten throughout the night.

Fricke was joined in the next round by Danish duo Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen and Mikkel Bech, Sweden's Victor Palovaara and Great Britain's Simon Nielsen who beat Italian Michele Paco Castagna in a run off for the final qualifying spot.


1st Max Fricke (Australia) 15pts
2nd Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen (Denmark) 13pts
3rd Mikkel Bech (Denmark)
4th Victor Palovaara (Sweden)

Q = Qualified
* = After run-off

1 Max Fricke (Australia) (3,3,3,3,3) 15 Q
2 Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen (Denmark) (3,2,2,3,3) 13 Q
3 Mikkel Bech (Denmark) (2,1,3,3,3) 12 Q
4 Victor Palovaara (Sweden) (3,3,1,2,1) 10 Q
5 Stefan Nielsen (Great Britain) (2,3,0,1,3) 9 Q*
6 Michele Paco Castagna (Italy) (2,2,3,1.1) 9
7 Artur Czaja (Poland) (1,2,3,2,w) 8
8 Nicolas Vicentin (Italy) (1,1,2,2,2) 8
9 Dimitri Berge (France) (3,1,d,1,2) 7
10 Jack Holder (Australia) (1,3,u,2,u) 6
11 Ondrej Smetana (Czech Republic) (0,2,2,0,2) 6
12 Ashley Morris (Great Britain) (u,0,2,3,0) 5
13 Mark Riss (Germany) (0,1,u,1,2) 4
14 John Bernard (France) (2,0,0,0,1) 3
15 Jannik Klein (Austria) (1,0,1,0,1) 3
16 Hayden Sims (New Zealand) (u,0,1,0,w) 1
17 Giorgio Trentin (Italy) DNR
18 Ivan Garzaro (Italy) DNR


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