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Teng Tools FIM Swedish Speedway GP

Målilla SGP

Six rounds done and six more Grand Prix to go and round 7 is the Teng Tools Swedish FIM Speedway Grand Prix. All the action takes place at the G&B Arena at Målilla in the east of Sweden this Saturday (12th August).

As title sponsor you are sure to see plenty of Teng Tools presence around the track, on the riders, on the interview backdrops and even at the trophy presentation. With live TV coverage in Sweden, Denmark, Poland, Ireland and the UK plus other countries around the world and numerous highlights programmes there will be plenty of exposure for the famous Teng eyes.

Can a Teng Tools rider win the Teng Tools Grand Prix in Målilla?

So far Martin Vaculik (Slovaklia), Freddie Lindgren (Sweden) and Jason Doyle (Australia) have all won a GP this season and Jason Doyle leads the championship. All three are Teng Tools supported riders.

But don’t forget the other two Teng Tools riders – Tai Woffinden (GB) is a double world champion and Niels Kristian Iversen won his sixth straight Danish national championship only last week.

Home crowd favourite will be “Fast” Freddie Lindgren, fully recovered from his injury and scoring well in league races in the UK, Sweden and Poland. He races for Dackarna in the Swedish Elite league whose home track just happens to be Målilla. Home track knowledge will surely give him an advantage.

The favourite with the betting odds this year is of course Jason Doyle, the only rider to have qualified for all six finals so far this year, he is leading the championship and Jason is on red hot form in all the leagues he rides in.

Who will win? Watch the action live on:

Denmark: Viasat – TV3 Sport 1 (19:00 local time)

Poland: NC+ – Canal+ (18:30 local time)

Sweden: Viasat – TV10 (18:45 local time)

UK & Eire: BT Sport – BT Sport 2 (17:45 local time)                           

Australia: Fox Sports – Fox Sports 505 (03:00 local time on Sunday 23rd July)

USA: https://www.motortrendondemand.com/

Russia: Live on YouTube (via speedwaygp.com)

Germany : Live on YouTube (via speedwaygp.com)