Polish racer Bartosz Zmarzlik was elated to end his wait for an away win after continuing his surge up the standings with an epic Teng Tools Swedish FIM Speedway Grand Prix success.
Zmarzlik produced a breathtaking charge to snatch victory from Swedish hero Antonio Lindback on the final turn, with Dackarna rider Freddie Lindgren finishing third on his Elitserien home track.
His Malilla team mate Maciej Janowski claimed fourth place to move five points clear of Jason Doyle at the World Championship summit.
But it was Zmarzlik who celebrated victory ‰ÛÒ his first since becoming the youngest ever SGP winner at the 2014 Gorzow SGP.
The 22-year-old is no stranger to that track, having raced his entire career at the Edward Jancarz Stadium. So he was elated with a win on his travels, which puts him sixth in the standings on 70 points.
"Winning the GP in Gorzow was a very special day for me," Zmarzlik said. "This is my second win, and I have won away. That‰Ûªs something new and I am very happy.
‰ÛÏWinning here is very special for me. Winning at home is not easy, but you know the setup and how to react on the track. Now I have an away GP win.‰Û