GERMAN SHOOTING STAR BLODORN GETS CARDIFF SGP2 CALL
German racer Norick Blodorn has been handed a dream call-up for the FIM SGP2 of Great Britain at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on Sunday at 1pm.
Polish racer Wiktor Przyjemski has withdrawn from the event due to injury, handing Blodorn a huge chance to shine in the biggest FIM Speedway Under-21 round ever staged.
With first reserve Tom Brennan already replacing Timi Salonen and second series stand-in Keynan Rew unable to make it to Cardiff at short notice, third substitute star Blodorn steps in.
The Belle Vue rider has bikes in the UK and will keen to make the most of his British experience when he takes on the sport’s top under-21s in the Welsh capital.
He recently scored a very solid 12 points as Germany took fourth place in FIM Speedway of Nations Semi-Final 1 at Vojens on July 27 and he will be keen to build on that performance in Cardiff.
All tickets for today’s FIM Speedway GP of Great Britain include entry to Sunday’s SGP2 event. Tickets are still available from the WRU Store at Principality Stadium until 5.30pm today.