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Australian World Speedway Champ Ready for Grand Prix of Latvia

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Jason Crump is after is third World Speedway Grand Prix Championship. The Australian is preparing for round six of the 11 round World Championship series at Latvijas Spidveja Centrs Stadium in Daugavpils, Latvia.

Double World Speedway Grand Prix Champion Jason Crump is half-way to his Third World Championship
Double World Speedway Grand Prix Champion Jason Crump is half-way to his Third World Championship
Crump is sitting at the top of the table with a 31 point lead over his nearest rival and knows what he needs to do if he is to win his third world crown. “Jason needs to maintain the consistency he has shown in the first half of the season,” said Roy Stone, Crump’s Media Relations Manager. “He won at Latvia last year and is very familiar with the track. Jason is also the hot favorite to take out this year’s event.”

Australian Jason Crump has a 31- point lead over his nearest rival Russian Emil Sayfutdinov in the World Speedway Grand Prix Championship chase
Australian Jason Crump has a 31- point lead over his nearest rival Russian Emil Sayfutdinov in the World Speedway Grand Prix Championship chase
“We are only at the halfway mark and there is a lot of hard work to do,” said Crump. “The strategy is simple, but putting it into practice is the hard part.” Crump plans to remain consistent and have his machinery working right and hopes to stay injury free.

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After five rounds the points total is as follows:

Australian Jason Crump 98 points
Russian Emil Sayfutdinv 67 points
Poland's Tomasz Gollob 53 points
Denmark's Nicki Pedersen 52 points
Sweden's Andreas Jonsson 51 points

Round 6 of the World Speedway Grand Prix resumes August 1.

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