The Teng Tools Speedway Grand Prix stars are back in action again this weekend with live worldwide TV coverage on Saturday 9th September from Teterow in Germany with the action starting at 7.00pm local time.
Jason Doyle is currently number one in the world and has only missed one final so far this year – he will be looking for more points and yet another podium finish. Jason has been in blistering form in the Polish, Swedish and British leagues this season and as the 2016 winner in Teterow he will start as one of the favourites this weekend. Can he win again?
Double world champion Tai Woffinden won the last GP in Gorzow in Poland just two weeks ago and is just 8 points behind Jason. Tai describes himself as like “a steam train coming through” and clearly has his eyes on a third world title. Watch out for the man in black with number 108, he is on a mission!
Just behind Tai is Fast Freddie Lindgren from Sweden, another rider who is proving almost unbeatable in the league racing around Europe. Like Tai, Freddie is full of confidence and says “I’m closing in” on the top of the table. With the Swedish GP coming up at the end of the month Freddie will be going all out for victory in Germany.
Three Teng Tools riders who all have a real chance of becoming 2017 world champion and any one of the three could win in Germany this Saturday. But then we also have the two Martins racing with Teng Tools…..
Martin Vaculik from Slovakia won the first GP of 2017, in Slovenia, and is currently number 8 in the world with consistent results all season, almost always making the semi-finals if not the final. Martin Smolinski from Germany won the New Zealand GP back in 2014 and is riding as a replacement for the injured Nicki Pedersen, as a Jawa factory supported rider he will be also be looking for a good result. Either of the Martins could easily win this weekend, they’ve done it before!
Five Teng Tools supported riders, every one of them a past Grand Prix winner, could this be the weekend when Teng Tools get all three riders on the podium with a clean sweep of the trophies? Watch the action live on television or follow it on line – it will be well worth watching. 7.00pm CET on Saturday 9th September.