The organizers of the Grand Prix series announced, Thursday, that the second championship will be held at the Lublin Stadium. – Paul Bellamy, Vice President of Motorsports at IMG said: – We are delighted to be able to organize two Grand Prix events in Lublin. – As a result, there are 11 events left on our calendar this season.

Yesterday we haven’t seen round eleven of the table yet, and today we have. At the Motoarena in Toruń, motorcyclists will compete for the title of World Champion in 2021 on Friday and Saturday, October 1 and 2.

Toruń has hosted the GP Tours since 2010, and was selected as the six-time gold medalist at Motoarena.

– We are very happy that we can finish our season in Toru, said Paul Bellamy. – The Polish fans are amazing and always create a great atmosphere, so we are happy to also offer them two day in and day out events at Motoarena.

Is the next 2021 Grand Prix schedule final? We have not received such information, but we see the promised 11 rounds and know that the sale of tickets for the competition in Malilla (Sweden) and in Vojens (Denmark) has already started, so we will definitely go there as well. We will see two tournaments on all stadiums in Poland and Prague in the Czech Republic. We start a week later, on Friday, July 16th.

Current dates for the 2021 Grand Prix cycle:

  • July 16 – Czech GP, Prague,
  • July 17 – Czech Grand Prix, Prague,
  • July 30 – Polish Grand Prix, Wroclaw,
  • July 31 – Polish Grand Prix, Wroclaw,
  • August 6 – Polish Grand Prix, Lublin,
  • August 7 – Polish Grand Prix, Lublin,
  • August 14 – Great Swedish, Melilla
  • August 28 – Russian Grand Prix, Togliatti,
  • Sep 11 – Danish GP, Vence
  • October 1 – Polish Grand Prix, Toruń,
  • October 2 – Polish Grand Prix, Toru.
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Full starting list for the 2021 Grand Prix (in order):

1. Bartosz Zmarzlik (Poland, number on plaastronie 95), 2. Tai Woffinden (UK, 108), 3. Fredrik Lindgren (Sweden, 66), 4. Maciej Janowski (Poland, 71), 5. Leon Madsen (Denmark, 30), 6. Jason Doyle (Australia, 69), 7. Artyom Chagota (Russia, 222), 8. Emil Sajvutdino (Russia, 89), 9. Martin Vaculik (Slovakia, 54), 10. Max Frick (Australia, 46), 11. Mate Zagar (Slovenia, 55), 12. Anders Thomsen (Denmark, 105), 13. Oliver Berntzon (Sweden, 93), 14. Krzysztof Kasprzak (Poland, 187), 15. Robert Lambert (United Britain ). , 505). Reserves: 1. Alexander Octagio (Ukraine), 2. Jaymon Lidsey (Australia), 3. Dominic Kubera (Poland), 4. Oleg Mikhailov (Latvia), 5. Daniel Pioli (Great Britain), 6. Lukas Finhaghi (Germany) 7. Jan Kvech (Czech Republic).

GP 2020 Final Ranking:

  • 1 – Bartosz Zmarzlik – 133 points,
  • 2. Ty and Wenden – 117 + 3 points,
  • 3. Fredrik Lindgren – 117 + 2 points,
  • 4. Maciej Janowski – 107 points,
  • 5. Leon Madsen – 89 points
  • 6- Jason Doyle – 87 points,

7. Artyom Chagota – 84 points, 8. Emil Sajvutdino – 81 points, 9. Martin Vaculik – 78 points, 10. Max Frick – 64 points, 11. Matej Zagar – 46 points, 12. Patrick Dudek – 39 points, 13. Nils Christian Iversen – 32 points, 14. Mikel Michaelsen – 32 points, 15. Antonio Lindbach – 22 points.