Marketa Stadium in Prague, Czech Republic to Host 2007 World Speedway Championship Grand Prix Race

The city of Prague in the Czech Republic will host round six of the 2007 World Speedway Championship Grand Prix Series on Saturday July 28.

Jason Crump leading, photo by Mike Patrick
Jason Crump leading,  photo by Mike Patrick
Defending World Champion Jason Crump plans to close the points gap between his sixth place standing and the leaders. The 31-year-old double World Champion just completed the World Cup for Australia and scored at the top of the pack. He is also encouraged since his podium finish at Cardiff a little over three weeks ago.

Australian Ace Jason Crump, photo by Mike Patrick Australian Ace Jason Crump, photo by Mike Patrick
“Cardiff was a good test for me,” said Crump. “I had just two points from my first two rides. I had to get through the final and I was glad to be back on the podium again. At Prague, I’ll be heading for an ever higher place on the podium.”

The Czech Grand Prix will be held at the Marketa Stadium. Crump is familiar with the venue and has tasted success there previously. “I’ve won three times there but record books don’t win races,” he said. “I’ve got to be on the ball the entire night, get my stats right and get the points during the heats. From there, I have to get in the final and win.”

There are still six races to go for the Australian ace. He still has a chance to take the series for the third time. Crump uses K&N Engineering products. “The K&N Filters keep the dirt out of the engine,” he said. “K&N is the best for dirt track racing.”

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