As the countdown continues to the 2022 FIM Speedway Grand Prix series, FIMSpeeedway.com looks ahead to the action. Next up, we feature the FIM Speedway GP of Germany – Teterow.

The sport’s biggest stars return to the famous Bergring Arena after a two-season break as Germany’s biggest speedway event gets back on track on June 4.

The first FIM German Speedway GP took place in 2016, with Aussie icon Jason Doyle winning the 200th SGP event since the series launched in 1995. Since then, Matej Zagar, Tai Woffinden and Maciej Janowski have all topped the podium in Teterow.

With the track not staging regular league action, few riders visit the Bergring Arena more than once per season – ensuring it’s a level playing field when the FIM German Speedway GP comes to town.

Located just two hours’ drive from the Polish border and three and a half hours from Denmark, Teterow is a Speedway GP venue set in Europe’s speedway heartland, attracting fans from across the continent.

This year’s FIM German Speedway GP isn’t the only track action in Teterow on the first weekend of June. The iconic Bergring grasstrack event also takes place on Sunday, June 5 – staged on the daredevil circuit located a stone’s throw from the Bergring Arena speedway oval. With its blind summits and brutal turns, the Bergring event will also get pulses racing as riders from across the continent take on one of track racing’s most testing circuits.

Teterow is an idyllic small town set in the heart of north-east Germany’s beautiful countryside – the perfect place to 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.

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

To secure your FIM German Speedway GP tickets, book online here now: https://bergring-teterow.de/tickets-fim-speedway-grand-prix-germany/.

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