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Grand Prix of Poland is exciting action
Grand Prix of Poland is a motorcycle racing event that is part of the series of races that determines the sport's world champion. Motorcycle racing is a tremendously popular sport in Poland and has produced several of the sports champions. Grand Prix of Poland tickets are ready now to buy or sell via StubHub.
A review of motorcycle Grand Prix racing
The Grand Prix of Poland debuted in 1995, which is also the first year that the series was inaugurated to crown a world champion and was held at the Polish Olympic Stadium in Wroclaw. Eighteen riders competed over twenty-four 'heats' where various competitors were drawn against each other (in groups of either four or six) with the winner being determined by whomever scored the most points at the end of the heats. Grand Prix of Poland along with British Speedway Grand Prix, Danish FIM Speedway Grand Prix and Scandinavian FIM Speedway Grand Prix are some of the races that help determine the season end, where the world champion is crowned. Another great racing contest is Formula One British Grand Prix. The 1995 Grand Prix of Poland was won by a Polish contestant but the overall world championship title went to Denmark's Hans Nielsen who, along with Sweden's Tony Rickardsson, are multiple world champions and two of the sports legends. Join the crowds at the track for an exciting day of hard fought battles and exciting finishes. Grand Prix of Poland tickets are available now for purchase or sale via StubHub.
Anticipate an exhilarating day of stirring races
Poland has a long history of competitive motorcycle racing and even has its own domestic league, the "Ekstraliga" which began as far back as the 1930s but nothing quite compares to hosting a Grand Prix or the honour of boasting two individual world champions. The Grand Prix of Poland is contested at PGE National Stadium where spectators can view motorcyclists battling on the track, running in an anti-clockwise direction and traveling at speeds that can often reach in excess of 110 kilometres per hour on the straight stretches of the course. The machines themselves are strictly regulated in terms of specifications, for example only methanol can be used for fuel, and turbo or supercharged engines are forbidden. In addition, brakes are not allowed which means that negotiating the curves of the track (powersliding) require great skill and precision which is crucial considering the speeds that are reached and the jockeying for position among participants. Spectators can therefore expect highly competitive racing and the sheer number of heats means that there's loads of action on the track. Get ready for an exhilarating day of speed, thrills and perhaps even a few spills on race day and cheer on your favourite rider. Grand Prix of Poland tickets are ready now to buy or sell via StubHub.
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