Due to technical changes and sector division in relation to the corona restrictions, ticket sales for this year's DM final can only begin on Monday the 14th or Tuesday the 15th of September.


The 700 speedway fans who have already bought tickets for this year's individual DM final at Vojens Speedway Center, Wednesday 30 September, are guaranteed admission to the final.

It's always a party when the country's top speedway drivers, in one and the same evening, fight fiercely for gold, silver and bronze. With as many as 12 titles, the legend Ole Olsen is the master of them all. But among the drivers who are also active in 2020, both Nicki Pedersen and Niels Kr. Iversen 7 titles, while the reigning champion Kenneth Bjerre has two, and Hans Andersen and Bjarne Pedersen a single title each.

But this year's DM final will of course be held under stricter restrictions in relation to corona infection and Covid 19

According to Helge Frimodt Pedersen, from Speed1Way, all spectators to the DM final must sit down.

- We will have festival chairs in divided sectors, and can also use about half of our grandstand. In addition, there are a number of other initiatives such as registration of the public, officials and the press, just as there will be changed conditions in and around the equestrian farm.

Speed1Way is awaiting a revised executive order on Wednesday - the so-called super league scheme - from the parliamentary parties.

- When we have received the executive order, we can prepare the final conditions for the DM final, says Helge Frimodt Pedersen.

- We hope, at the beginning of next week, to be able to open up for the sale of another 2,000 tickets for the DM final, but we just have to study the new executive order first, says Helge Frimodt Pedersen, and encourages interested parties to stay thoroughly informed and the centre's facebook site.

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