A crash in the Swedish league on Tuesday 24 July now means a minor break for the 32-year-old Danish Grand Prix hope Nicolai Klindt. Despite an injury in the back and a concussion, Klindt had hoped to drive on Monday in Polish Ostrow, and in the Danish top brag on Wednesday between SES - Sønderjylland Elite Speedway and Holsted Tigers.

By Ib Søby

After consultation with SES management and physiotherapist Lisa Thomey, Nicolai Klindt has now chosen to take a break in week 31.

- It will be almost a two-week break, because I will thus be driving again in Poland on 15 August. I need peace and quiet, and do not want to take any unnecessary chances before the important Grand Prix Challenge in Zarnovica, on August 21, says Nicolai Klindt.

In Wednesday's Danish showdown, Nicolai Klindt will be replaced by veteran Hans Andersen, but Klindt is betting on being in the equestrian yard at Vojens Speedway Center to help his team, in the effort to defeat Holsted Tigers, and thus secure SES home advantage in the Metal League Superfinal in September .

Sønderjylland Elite Speedway vs. Holsted Tigers

At the Vojens Speeedway Center on August 4, 2021 at 19:00

The Danish champion Anders Thomsen joins the rest of Sønderjylland Elite Speedway, against Holsted Tigers. The triple world champion Nicki Pedersen, will do everything to get the southern Jews down from 1st place.

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