Nicholls in sensational form to land GP second.SCOTT NICHOLLS Scott Nicholls (born May 16 1978 in Ipswich, England) is a British speedway rider who currently participating in the 2007 Speedway Grand Prix competition. He is the captain of the Coventry Bees (riding in the British Elite League) and Great Britain. goes into the Grand Final off the back of equalling his best-ever Grand Prix Grand Prix
n. pl. Grand Prix
Any of several competitive international road races for sports cars of specific engine size over an exacting, usually risky course. result with a fine second place in Slovenia on Saturday.
As Nicki Pedersen Nicki Pedersen (born 2 April 1977 in Odense, Denmark) is a Danish motorcycle speedway rider. He was the Speedway World Champion of 2003 and 2007 and a multiple Speedway Grand Prix winner. clinched the World title with another near-perfect display, Nicholls protected his position in the top eight by getting the better of nearest challenger Rune Holta Rune Holta (born August 29, 1973), is one of the top speedway riders in the world. Holta is born in Stavanger, Norway, and grew up in Randaberg. He has been a Polish citizen since 2002, which allows him to represent Poland in international competitions. in the Final with outgoing champion Jason Crump Jason Phillip Crump (born August 6 1975 in Bristol, England) is an Australian international motorcycle speedway rider. He is a two-time Speedway World Champion and a former World Under-21 Champion. fourth.
Chris Harris was unlucky to miss out on the semi-finals after scoring eight points, including two race wins before he was edged out by Tomasz Gollob in Heat 20.
The Bees duo are seventh and eighth in the standings with one round to go, still under threat from Holta in particular, but now with Greg Hancock in their sights.
GP Result: N.Pedersen (Denmark) 23, S.Nicholls (Great Britain) 16, R.Holta (Poland) 16, J.Crump (Australia) 13, T.Gollob (Poland) 10, L.Adams (Australia) 9, B.Pedersen (Denmark) 9, W.Jagus (Poland) 9, C.Harris (Great Britain) 8, A.Jonsson (Sweden) 6, J. Hampel (Poland) 6, M.Zagar (Slovenia) 6, J.Pavlic (Croatia) 5, G.Hancock (USA) 4, H.Andersen (Denmark) 3, A.Lindback (Sweden) 1.
Overall: N.Pedersen 187, L.Adams 142, J.Crump 109, T.Gollob 101, H.Andersen 98, G.Hancock 90, C.Harris 87, S.Nicholls 83, R.Holta 81, W.Jagus 75, A.Jonsson 70, J.Hampel 67, B.Pedersen 66, M.Zagar 48, A.Lindback 31.