Round 4
June 4, 2022

FIM Speedway GP of Germany - Teterow

The FIM Speedway Grand Prix series roars back into Teterow as the Bergring Arena hosts its first German SpeedwayGP since 2019.
SpeedwayGP first visited the picturesque track in north-east Germany in 2016 – when the series marked its 200th event.
Polish star Maciej Janowski was the last rider to top the podium here in 2019, with Jason Doyle, Matej Zagar and Tai Woffinden also winners at the Bergring Arena.
While the SpeedwayGP World Championship is relatively new to Teterow, the venue is also famous for its white-knuckle Bergring grasstrack circuit next to the speedway oval.
With daredevil jumps and furious left and right turns, the circuit put Teterow firmly on the German track-racing map. But its little brother, the Bergring Arena, is building its own reputation as the home of Germany’s biggest speedway event.
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VENUE

DETAILS

Phone

+49 (0) 3996 172935

EMAIL

info@bergring-teterow.de

Address

Bergring Arena, Appelhäger Chaussee 1, D-17166 Teterow.

Timetable

QUALIFYING PRACTICE

The SpeedwayGP stars battle it out for first choice of starting number as they bid to clock the fastest flying laps in qualifying practice.

1:00 pm


RACING STARTS

The world’s best riders go wheel-to-wheel over 23 full-throttle races to crown the weekend’s SpeedwayGP winner.

7:00 pm

Last time in Teterow

Position 1

Maciej

Janowski

Position 2

Bartosz

Zmarzlik

Position 3

Matej

Zagar

Position 4

Niels-Kristian

Iversen

Teterow

Destination

Teterow

Teterow is an idyllic small town set in the heart of north-east Germany’s beautiful countryside – the perfect place to switch off and unwind with no shortage of options for hiking and swimming.

Fans can also take a trip to coastal city Rostock – a 48-minute drive from Teterow – where you can enjoy the German coast and beaches, as well as plenty of bars and restaurants. Rostock Zoo and the old town are also worth a visit.

Teterow isn’t the only famous speedway venue in the area as nearby Gustrow also hosts top-class racing.

But all eyes will be on the Bergring Arena as SpeedwayGP returns to Germany and Teterow in 2022.

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Round 1

Gorican

April 30, 2022

Round 2

Warsaw

May 14, 2022

Round 3

Prague

May 28, 2022

Round 5

Gorzów

June 25, 2022

Round 6

Togliatti

July 9, 2022

Round 7

Cardiff

August 13, 2022