18th September 2015
Stefan Nielsen heads out to the Czech Republic this weekend to compete in the 3rd and final round of the 2015 FIM World Under 21 Final.
Nielsen quoted, “these World Finals have been fantastic experience for me, and has given me a taste of riding in top international meetings, and as this is my last year at Under 21 Level, I am keen now to push on with my career, and in the not too distant future hope to be able to represent GB at senior level in the next couple of years.
These World Finals have been very tough meetings, but I believe I have done myself and my sponsors proud by so far finishing about half way in the first two semis, which has included a race win in each event, which at this level is no easy task.
I go in to tomorrows meeting riding in good form and confident that again I can make everyone that has supported me proud of my achievements.
This is again a new venue to me, so I will go to practice with an open mind, and get the right set up for the meeting, and try and get at least a top eight finish.
I would like to thank all my sponsors, mechanics, my family and everyone who has helped me this year, without them none of this would have been possible.
Also thank you to the BSPA, SCB and ACU for their continued support”.
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