Teng Tools will be looking to celebrate another world champion this weekend as the Speedway Grand Prix series moves to Torun in Poland.
Jason Doyle arrives in Poland fresh from winning the British Premier League Championship with Teng Tools sponsored Swindon Robins and is in the form of his life. With a 22 point lead and just two rounds to go the Australian rider is favourite to take the title this weekend. If not the GP series moves to Melbourne and Jason could take the 2017 title in front of his home crowd.
Tai Woffinden from the UK still has every chance of being runner up this year adding to his two previous world titles, all won with the support of Teng Tools. Tai is just 10 points off second place with up to 42 points available over the two remaining GP’s. Don’t rule him out just yet!
Martin Vaculik will be fighting for a guaranteed place in the 2018 series. Martin needs to finish in the top 8, at the moment he is 9th but just one point behind 8th. A good result in Torun is a must for Martin.
Freddie Lindgren is unable to race with a broken vertebrae but should be secure for 2018 as he currently occupies 4th place.
Niels-Kristian Iversen is still recovering from a broken shoulder but hopes to be fit for the final round in Australia at the end of October. As the 2016 winner at Torun and reigning Danish champion NKI will be hoping to get a wild card place for next years championship.
Can this be the weekend that Teng Tools get three riders on the podium? Jason Doyle, Tai Woffinden and Martin Vaculik have all won Grand Prix this year so there is every chance.
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