Saturday September 12, 2020
SWINDON skipper Jason Doyle enjoyed a stunning weekend in two Grand Prix rounds to get his season back on track.

After struggling in the first two meetings of the World Championship, Abbey Stadium hero Doyle finished on the podium on Friday and Saturday with some stunning performances.

He was edged into third place on Saturday after a controversial move from Leon Madsen and was runner-up on Friday and has rocketed up the standings to seventh and now has a great chance to reach the top six and secure a 2021 spot.

Former Wolverhampton man Freddie Lindgren won Saturday’s meeting and now leads the title race on 66 points.

Doyle said: “It was an unbelievable weekend for me in Gorzow. Two podiums get me back up into a good position for the next two rounds in Prague and also Torun.

“We are working hard. It’s a tough year, but we are getting there in the end and we also have some speed, so I’m happy.”

Next up is the third SGP 2020 double-header in Czech capital Prague this weekend. Visit Czech Republic SGP round five takes place on Friday, before Marketa Stadium hosts Aztorin SGP round six on Saturday night.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS:1 Fredrik Lindgren 66, 2 Bartosz Zmarzlik 59, 3 Maciej Janowski 57, 4 Tai Woffinden 53, 5 Leon Madsen 50, 6 Artem Laguta 45, 7 Jason Doyle 42, 8 Emil Sayfutdinov 36, 9 Martin Vaculik 35, 10 Matej Zagar 27, 11 Niels-Kristian Iversen 24, 12 Max Fricke 24, 13 Mikkel Michelsen 18, 14 Patryk Dudek 16, 15 Gleb Chugunov 16, 16 Anders Thomsen 10, 17 Antonio Lindback 6.

Jason Doyle leads Saturday’s Grand Prix Final in Gorzow before Freddie Lindgren edged him out. Picture: Daniel Sievers.

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