WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP TRAIL BEGINS FOR JACK AND BRADDERS

Friday May 18, 2018
Two 'CASES' Rebels set out on their world championship trail on Saturday with a vision to join the elite performers of world speedway in 2019.

New Zealander Bradley Wilson-Dean and Aussie Jack Holder have both been drawn in the qualifying round at Slangerup, Denmark looking to finish in the top three and earn the right to compete in the Grand Prix Challenge, which provides the stepping stone to an automatic berth in next season's GP series, again, for the top three.

They face stern opposition from former GP regulars Krzysztof Kasprzak and Niels-Kristian Iversen who between them have made 133 GP appearances, whilst the likes of Brady Kurtz, Timo Lahti, Kim Nilsson and Jacob Thorssell have all past experienced the rigours of GPs having been wild cards in previous rounds.

Slangerup field: A.Karpov (Ukraine), M.Michelsen (Denmark), B.Wilson-Dean (New Zealand), T.Lahti (Finland), K.Kasprzak (Poland), R.Lambert (Great Britain), B.Kurtz (Australia), L.Fredriksen (Norway), K.Nilsson (Sweden), J.Mustonen (Finland), J.Holder (Australia), D.Bewley (Great Britain), J.Thorssell (Sweden), J.Kostygov (Latvia), N.Iversen (Denmark), G.Moi (Norway)

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