Although the Moto-Arena in Torun has captured peoples imaginations throughout the speedway world, there are a number of other impressive stadium re-developments going on in Poland. One track that will gain a much higher profile in the coming year is the Edward Jancarz stadium in Gorzów Wielkopolski. The Stal Gorzow team race in the Ekstraliga, the top division in domestic speedway in Poland and this year the stadium will host the Play-Off and Final of the Speedway World Cup as well as staging the final round of the Speedway GP series, replacing the legendary Bydgoszcz track on the calendar.
In anticipation of these events, the stadium is now undergoing the second phase of a major re-development program which will result in a 15,000 all seated stadium, which like Torun, has been purpose built for speedway. Pictured above are the architects computer renderings which visualise how the finished stadium will look.
Posted by KTL at 00:29