REPORT: DANISH GRAND PRIX

Saturday June 24, 2017
KING'S LYNN'S Chris Holder narrowly missed out on the Semi-Finals in the latest Speedway Grand Prix round in Denmark.

The Australian racer scored seven points from his five programmed rides in Horsens, moving him onto 34 as the Series heads into a month break ahead of the Monster Energy FIM Speedway World Cup.

The Danish Grand Prix was won by Poland's Maciej Janowski.

DANISH FIM SPEEDWAY GRAND PRIX, Horsens
Maciej Janowski 17 (1st), Emil Sayfutdinov 14 (2nd), Patryk Dudek 14 (3rd), Jason Doyle 15 (4th), Matej Zagar 11, Tai Woffinden 11, Antonio Lindback 8, Fredrik Lindgren 8, Kenneth Bjerre 7, Greg Hancock 7, Bartosz Zmarzlik 7, Chris Holder 7, Piotr Pawlicki 4, Peter Kildemand 3, Niels-Kristian Iversen 3, Martin Vaculik 1.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS (After round 5 of 12)
Jason Doyle 65, Patryk Dudek 65, Maciej Janowski 58, Fredrik Lindgren 51, Tai Woffinden 48, Emil Sayfutdinov 47, Greg Hancock 45, Martin Vaculik 45, Piotr Pawlicki 43, Bartosz Zmarzlik 39, Matej Zagar 36, Chris Holder 34, Niels-Kristian Iversen 31, Antonio Lindback 29, Vaclav Milik 13, Peter Kildemand 12, Nicki Pedersen 8, Maksims Bogdanovs 8, Kenneth Bjerre 7, Przemyslaw Pawlicki 3, Nick Skorja 1, Josef Franc 0, Matej Kus 0.



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