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EASTER SPEEDWAY QUIZ 1-10: WIN GRAND PRIX TICKETS

Join the Vojens Speedway Center's speedway quiz about four tickets for 2020 Danish FIM Speedway Grand Prix Sponsored By ECCO, Saturday, September 12. You get 10 questions today, 10 questions on Sunday, and 10 questions on Monday. The questions are ready at 14.00.

The 30 replies - in total - are mailed to presse@s1w.dk no later than Tuesday, April 14 at 1 p.m. 12.00. In the case of multiple answers with all 30 correct, the draw will be drawn and the winner will be announced on Tuesday, April 14 at. 19:00  

Enjoy!

1. Who was the first Dane in an individual World Cup final.

2. How many German riders are there in the SES-Southern Jutland Elite Speedway 2020 squad.

3. Who is the oldest? Erik Gundersen, Hans Nielsen, Tommy Knudsen.

4. How many individual U21 World Cup finals did Jacob Olsen qualify for.

5. Which city is considered the birthplace of speedway sports?

6. Who was the starting master in Slangerup for most of 2019.

7. Who was the promoter of Polish Pila when Hans Nielsen signed a contract in 1994.

8. Who was the judge at the Teams World Cup final in Reading 2006, when Nicki raced against Ole Olsen.

9. Which girl has won an official DMU championship.

10. Who replaced Erik Gundersen at the 1989 World Cup final, where Erik was injured.  

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