Bartosz Zmarzlik does the double in Prague


Bartosz Zmarzlik
World champion Bartosz Zmarzlik raced to his second straight FIM Speedway Grand Prix win in Prague on Saturday, and admitted the thrill of the chase made it even sweeter.

The Polish icon topped the Aztorin SGP round-six podium at Marketa Stadium on Saturday night ‰ÛÒ his second win at the venue in 24 hours and his third SGP victory of 2020.

He heads into the final SGP double-header of the season in Torun, Poland on October 2 and 3 with a seven-point lead over nearest rival Fredrik Lindgren at the top of the World Championship standings.

Zmarzlik chased down Great Britain star Tai Woffinden in an epic final, blazing under the triple world champion with a breathtaking burst down the back straight to complete a maximum haul of 40 championship points this weekend.

The Gorzow favourite also won Friday‰Ûªs meeting ahead of Woffinden with a sublime start in the final. But he was even happier to top Saturday‰Ûªs podium after being forced to fight for the win.

‰ÛÏI am very happy because I won on both days. This is unbelievable for me and my team. This was a better win than yesterday because all the time I was fighting in the final, and that‰Ûªs a much better feeling," Zmarzlik said.

‰ÛÏI always had a good feeling in the race with Tai. I said to my bike ‰Û÷come on, come on!‰Ûª I was feeling fast and felt I could do it.

‰ÛÏI am really happy. I didn‰Ûªt win the starts and win the heats. I was always fighting with the guys and it‰Ûªs nice to do that rather than just make the start and win the heats.‰Û
1 Bartosz Zmarzlik 20 Points
2 Tai Woffinden 18 Points
3 Jason Doyle 16 Points
4 Fredrik Lindgren 14 Points
5 Martin Vaculik 12 Points
6 Leon Madsen 11 Points
7 Emil Sayfutdinov 10 Points
8 Maciej Janowski 9 Points
9 Max Fricke 8 Points
10 Matej Zagar 7 Points
11 Patryk Dudek 6 Points
12 Artem Laguta 5 Points
13 Antonio Lindback 4 Points
14 Mikkel Michelsen 3 Points
15 Niels-Kristian Iversen 2 Points
16 Vaclav Milik 1 Points
17 Eduard Krcmar 0 Points
18 Jan Kvech DNR

1 Bartosz Zmarzlik 99 Points
2 Fredrik Lindgren 92 Points
3 Tai Woffinden 89 Points
4 Maciej Janowski 71 Points
5 Leon Madsen 70 Points
6 Jason Doyle 69 Points
7 Martin Vaculik 63 Points
8 Emil Sayfutdinov 60 Points
9 Artem Laguta 60 Points
10 Max Fricke 40 Points
11 Matej Zagar 37 Points
12 Niels-Kristian Iversen 30 Points
13 Patryk Dudek 29 Points
14 Mikkel Michelsen 27 Points
15 Gleb Chugunov 16 Points
16 Antonio Lindback 12 Points
17 Anders Thomsen 10 Points
18 Vaclav Milik 1 Points
19 Eduard Krcmar 1 Points

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