This fact from Bartosz Zmarzlik’s life may come as a surprise. It’s about a driving license

Kapitan Stali Gorzów Wielkopolski Bartosz Zmarzlik once again proved that he is second to none on the speedway tracks. For the third time in the last four years, the Pole managed to win the title of the individual world champion. During Saturday’s Grand Prix Swedenwhich took place at the track in Malilla, the 27-year-old managed to score a total of 19 points, thus ahead of the second Swede Fredrik Lindgren by six points. Zmarzlik’s main rival in the fight for the world title Danish Leon Madsen was eliminated in the semi-final race and thus lost any chances of winning in the final general classification. Thanks to winning the third world title in his career, the competitor from Szczecin entered the top 10 classification of the best speedway riders in history.

The champion does not need a driving license

Riders taking part in speedway races must have the unique ability to ride a motorcycle on an oval track in a counter-clockwise direction. Racing at high speed with machines that do not have brakes requires considerable skill and courage. Interestingly, there is no provision in the regulations governing the rules of the competition that speedway riders must have the license to drive two-wheelers.

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And thanks to this Bartosz Zmarzlik can easily take part in the world championship on speedway. The 27-year-old, who has already won the title of the best rider in the world three times, does not have a motorcycle license. Kapitan Stali Gorzów Wielkopolski can only use a car in road traffic. The speedway rider revealed his secret two years ago, when he was a guest of the “Kuba Wojewódzki” program. – I did (driving license – editor’s note) only for a car, and then there was so little time … But I will! – said then the competitor from Bristles.

Source: “Przegląd Sportowy”, TVN

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