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Fredrik Lindgren



The Andorra-based Swede has cemented his status as one of the sport’s big guns in recent years, winning his first World Championship medal when he finished third in 2018. He followed that up with fourth place in 2019, winning the Scandinavian SGP in Malilla in front of his home fans along the way. Lindgren is one of the SGP series’ longest-serving stars, having made his full-time debut in 2008. Having hit the form of his life in recent years, the Czestochowa racer is bidding get back on to the podium and hopefully become Sweden’s first world champion since Tony Rickardsson in 2005.
 
Fredrik Lindgren

Rider

Birth Date 1985-09-15
Birth Place Orebro, Sweden
Lives La Massana, Andorra
Hobbies Motocross
Heros Peter Forsberg

Crew

Mechanics David Haynes, Kamil Pulczynski, Jonathan Birks
Manager Carolina Jonasdotter

Technical

Engine GM
Tyres Mitas
Frame Stuha
Clutch NEB
Tuner FGM

Fredrik Lindgren Photos

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Fredrik Lindgren grand prix years

Year Position No. GPs GP Wins No. Heats Heat Wins GP Finals Points GP AV.
2020 4 8 1 54 18 6 87 10.88
2019 4 10 1 61 18 3 105 10.50
2018 3 10 1 61 16 5 109 10.90
2017 8 10 1 60 18 3 107 10.70
2016 11 11 0 61 7 1 88 8.00
2014 10 12 0 68 8 2 90 7.50
2013 11 12 0 64 5 1 83 6.92
2012 8 12 1 71 15 3 119 9.92
2011 9 11 0 60 8 2 90 8.18
2010 11 11 0 60 13 2 87 7.91
2009 9 11 0 62 8 2 94 8.55
2008 10 11 0 58 8 1 73 6.64
2007 16 2 0 13 2 1 21 10.50
2006 19 1 0 5 0 0 7 7.00
2004 30 1 0 3 0 0 4 4.00
Totals   133 5 761 144 32 1164 8.75

Fredrik Lindgren in action

Fredrik Lindgren grand prix wins

Event Years
Swedish SGP 2012
Warsaw SGP 2017
Czech SGP 2018
Scandinavian SGP 2019

Fredrik Lindgren clubs

League Club
Polish Ekstraliga Wlokniarz Czestochowa

Fredrik Lindgren honours

Honour Year
Swedish Champion 2018
Swedish U21 Champion 2004, 2003
Nordic Champion 2006
Nordic U21 Champion 2004
ELRC Winner 2010, 2016, 2017
Speedway World Cup Winner 2015