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Russia national under-21 speedway team

 

Russia national under-21 speedway team

Russia
Association Motorcycle Federation of Russia
FIM code MFR
World Championships
Team U-21
Individual U-21 2
 Best result 1st - Emil Sayfutdinov (2007, 2008)

The Russia national under-21 speedway team is the national under-21 motorcycle speedway team of Russia and is controlled by the Motorcycle Federation of Russia. The team was never qualified to the Under-21 Speedway World Cup finals. Emil Sayfutdinov is first, and so far, only riders who won the Individual U-21 World Championship twice (2007 and 2008).

Competition

Team Speedway Junior World Championship
Year Place Pts. Riders
2005 3rd place in Qualifying Round Three
Maxim Karaychentsev (7), Daniil Ivanov (7), Aleksey Kharchenko (6), Roman Ivanov (5)
2006 3rd place in Qualifying Round Two
Aleksey Guzaev (8), Aleksey Kharchenko (7), Daniil Ivanov (5), Marat Gatiyatov (4), Ruslan Gatiyatov (3)
2007 4th place in Qualifying Round One
Emil Sayfutdinov (12), Kirill Filinov (9), Alexander Kosolapkin (3), Roman Kantiukov (1), Aleksey Guzaev (1)
2008 4th place in Qualifying Round One
Artem Laguta (14), Emil Sayfutdinov (11), Artem Vodyakov (6), Alexander Kosolapkin (3), Igor Kononov (1)
2009 Withdrew from Qualifying Round Two and was replaced by a joint team of Croatian and Slovenian riders, known as "Adria".

See also

External links

  • (ru) Motorcycle Federation of Russia webside


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