SES - Sønderjylland Elite Speedway crushes Esbjerg Vikings

With an impressive team effort, SES - Sønderjylland Elite Speedway won the away match against Esbjerg Vikings at Granly Arena. Jacob Olsen's troops were in the front from the start - and never looked back. 

SES scored a total of five superb 5-1 victories, and won overall with a convincing 52-35 

Nicolai Klindt and Anders Thomsen were flying for SES, scoring 15 points each. German Kai Huckenbeck made 11, while young Mads Hansen again impressed with 10, and Jesper Knudsen with one point came on the board in the Metal Speedway League. 

Esbjerg's veterans in the form of Niels-Kr. Iversen and Bjarne Pedersen could not follow suit against the victory-hungry team from Vojens, despite eight points in heat 11 where Iversen won with joker status ahead of Pedersen. At the same time, the Westerners' two Australian drivers Sam Masters and Jay Etheridge scored only four points, while Mathias Nielsen made seven.

SES - Sønderjylland Elite Speedway drives on Wednesday at home against North Zealand Slangerup.

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