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World Speedway British Grand Prix Win for Australian Rider at Millennium Stadium

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Australian Jason Crump claimed his fifth British title and a record-breaking 21st Grand Prix win at the British Speedway Grand Prix in Cardiff. Crump swept the competition for a clear and decisive victory at the packed Millennium Stadium.

Jason Crump scores a perfect score in Cardiff for his fifth British title and a record breaking 21 Grand Prix wins
Jason Crump scores a perfect score in Cardiff for his fifth British title and a record breaking 21 Grand Prix wins
“Jason was at his absolute best,” said Roy Stone, Crump’s Media Relations Manager. “He went through the field with a perfect score. Jason won seven races from seven starts. He also amassed a maximum score of 24 points along with double the prize money as a World Speedway Grand Prix SuperPrix bonus.”
Jason Crump, Fredrik Lindgren, Greg Hancock and Hans Andersen battle in front of a capacity crowd at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff
Jason Crump, Fredrik Lindgren, Greg Hancock and Hans Andersen battle in front of a capacity crowd at Millennium Stadium in Cardiff
Jason Crump, center, took first place at the British Grand Prix, Sweden's Fredrik Lindgren, left, second place and Denmark's Hans Andersen, right, took third
Jason Crump, center, took first place at the British Grand Prix, Sweden's Fredrik Lindgren, left, second place and Denmark's Hans Andersen, right, took third

Crump now has a 31 point lead in the series. “I am on top of the world right now,” said the two-time World Speedway Grand Prix Champion. “There are still six more Grand Prix’s to go so I’m not predicting anything right now. My feet are firmly planted on the ground and I still have a very tough job ahead of me in the Series.”

The World Speedway Grand Prix is currently on a five week break. The top riders will be representing their various countries of record in the World Team Cup from July 11-18.

“It’s important now to keep focused, remain injury free and let the results speak for themselves,” said Crump. “Hopefully I can win a third World Speedway Championship. I also want to thank my sponsors, this win was for them.”

Crump uses K&N products. “K&N air filters are the best in the world,” he said. “I have used K&N exclusively for years and never had a problem. I love the products. K&N is the best for dirt track racing.”

Crump has 98 points, Russia’s Emil Sayfutdinov is second with 67 points and Greg Hancock, USA, rounds out the top three overall with 59 points in the World Speedway Grand Prix Series. Round Six will resume at Daugavpils in Latvia on August 1.

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