FIM Speedway Grand Prix to Return to Poland after New Deal

By Community | October 13, 2014

Polish FIM Speedway Grand Prix venue Marian Rose Motoarena in Torun has signed a new three-year deal with BSI Speedway.

Next year’s Torun FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland takes place on October 3, troche 2015 at the Marian Rose Motoarena, which has staged world championship speedway since 2010.

The venue has established itself as one of the finest race tracks and purpose-built speedway arenas in the world.

The stunning medieval city has also become a popular destination for speedway fans visiting from throughout Poland and all over the globe.

BSI Speedway managing director Paul Bellamy said: “The Torun SGP of Poland has become one of the real highlights of the FIM Speedway Grand Prix season. The superb track, brilliant stadium, passionate fans from all over the world and a beautiful city are the ideal recipe for a great weekend of speedway.

“The racing here in Torun never fails to excite and the Marian Rose Motoarena has already established itself as one of the sport’s most iconic venues.

“We look forward to building on our first five seasons here in Torun and taking this event from strength to strength.”

Michal Zaleski, Mayor of Torun, added: “The Torun FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland is a very special event for the city and its many speedway fans.

“It has been a pleasure to host thousands of speedway fans from throughout Poland and the rest of the world since 2010, and we look forward to welcoming visitors old and new in the years to come.”