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Anders Thomsen gets two World Cup races

Danish speedway will be strongly represented when this year's 3rd and 4th WC Grand Prix is run in Gorzow, Poland, Friday the 11th and Saturday the 12th of September. The World Series' 2nd reserve, 26-year-old Anders Thomsen, has been awarded a wildcard for both races by the International Motor Union, FIM, and race organizer BSI / IMG.

By Ib Søby

Anders Thomsen, who in Danish speedway represents SES - Sønderjylland Elite Speedway, drives in the Polish Ekstraliga for Gorzow, where also Niels Kr. Iversen and Nikolaj Klindt are on contract.

Fynboen thus gets Polish home ground when he, two nights in a row, gets the chance to compete with the world's best speedway stars. Denmark already has the 2019 silver winner Leon Madsen, Niels Kr. Iversen and Mikkel Michelsen are in this year's corona-reduced World Cup series.

In 2016, Anders Thomsen had a wildcard for the Danish World Cup Grand Prix in Horsens, which turned into an honorable five points.

Anders Thomsen


January 1, 1994 in Odense

Clubs 2020:

SES - Southern Jutland Elite Sport

Stal Gorzow - Poland

Västervik - Sweden


Chief Mechanic, Norbert Vasko
Mechanic, Gabi Nagy
Manager, Sandra Salman
Team Manager, Martin Christensen

Selected results:

2nd place U21 World Cup, 2015
1st place U21 European Championship, 2015
Nordic Master, 2015
Youth World Champion, 2010
2nd Place Par EM Senior, 2018

3 x Danish Team Champion with Munkebo and Fjelsted.

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