NO FRACTURES FOR JANOWSKI AS WOFFY UNDERGOES TESTS
Polish racer Maciej Janowski suffered no broken bones in his Polish Championship crash on Monday, while Wroclaw team mate Tai Woffinden undergoes tests today following his Cardiff withdrawal.
Janowski picked up drive going into lap two and crashed in the final of Polish Championship round two in Krosno on Monday, won by Dominik Kubera ahead of reigning champion Bartosz Zmarzlik and Grzegorz Zengota.
An ambulance quickly arrived on the scene for the Speedway GP star, who was complaining of a headache and hip pain.
After undergoing tests, Janowski’s Polish club Wroclaw confirmed he suffered no broken bones – a huge lift as he prepares for the Betard FIM Speedway GP of Poland – Wroclaw on his home track on August 27.
His Sparta team mate Woffinden has also endured a tough few days after withdrawing from the FIM Speedway GP of Great Britain – Cardiff after three rides last Saturday as he was suffering abdominal pains. The Wroclaw club confirmed he is set to return to the Polish city and undergo tests today.