Denmark's first three WC opponents have been found - fantastic Finland surprises 


When Denmark on Saturday at 19:00 will run the WC final at Vojens Speedway Center, it will be against Australia, Finland and Poland. Tomorrow the second semi-final will be run, where the last three opponents for the final must be found. 

The first race of this year's FIM Speedway of Nations was run tonight. A windy evening with lots of speed, overtaking and action. Several times the audience had to get up from their seats in excitement. 

Despite a very good race track, the Poles still ran into problems and had to run qualifying heats against Germany to secure a place in the final and the hope of a World Cup title. 

Another big surprise was Finland's excellent performance. With a whopping 34 points, they came close to going through as the day's winners, but Australia, with former world champion Jason Doyle, picked up 35 points. 

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The position: 

  1. Australia – 35 pts. (proceeds to the final) 
  1. Finland – 34 pts. (proceeds to the final) 
  1. Poland – 31 pts. (proceeds to the final) 
  1. Germany – 30 pts. 
  1. USA – 25 pts. 
  1. Ukraine – 18 pts. 
  1. Latvia – 16 pts. 

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