Southern Jutland Elite Speedway
Speed1Way made Vojens Speedway Center comeback in 2019 with the two largest individual races in the speedway. By 2020, Speed1Way is expanding its business with a new Metal Speedway League team, Southern Jutland Elite Speedway (SES).
The goal of the management side with Jacob Olsen at the forefront is to create a good show and to be part of the future development of the best Danish speedway league. The sporting goal is to develop our riders into professional athletes. In 2020, the aim is not to win gold, but to deliver a stable and good effort.
But no doubt battling beak and claws to become number one each time. We hope you will support our new Super League team.
Team manager assistant
CEO / Director
(+45) 23 42 05 07
Helge Frimodt Pedersen
(+45) 21 42 23 02
Listen to this podcast, where Jacob Olsen and Ib Søby talk about the troubles of the corona era, but also about the aspects for 2021 where SES - Sønderjylland Elite Speedway finally makes its debut in the Metal Speedway League. Duration 20 minutes.
The Danish league association is determined to implement the Metal Speedway League in 2021. On Saturday 14 November, representatives from all eight clubs in the country's best row met at Vojens Speedway Center, and the agreement also applies in relation to any ...
The 20-year-old U21 national team driver Mads Hansen has renewed his agreement with SES - Sønderjylland Elite Speedway, and thus hopes to become an important piece for the team that enters the Metal Speedway League next season. It looked promising in the early spring of 2020. Mads ...
16-year-old Norick Blödorn is a sought-after young man. He is considered one of Germany's biggest speedway hopes, and is on the wish list of many European clubs. But Blödorn continues its Danish affiliation with SES - Sønderjylland Elite Speedway. The dream of debut in ...
The German national team driver Kai Huckenbeck fits in as tailored into the team spirit that SES - Sønderjylland Elite Speedway sees as an important value base when the team in 2021 turns out in the Metal Speedway League. The 27-year-old Kai Huckenbeck has for a number of years been ...
Brothers Jonas and Jesper Knudsen, aged 19 and 16, will be included in the gross squad in 2021 when SES - Sønderjylland Elite Speedway, with home track at Vojens Speedway Center, makes its debut in the Metal Speedway League. In a healthy competition, the brothers can support and develop ...
The Funen speedway star continues his career in SES - Sønderjyske Elite Speedway in 2021. Despite the fact that he turns forty in November, Hans Andersen still has sporting ambitions, just as he has some clear visions for a career in the speedway sport ...
After very careful consideration, the Metal Speedway League Association has now decided that "the race has been run for this year". In other words - there will be no league speedway on Danish soil in 2020. This, among other things, for the following reasons: We are up against a Covid-19 infection rate in ...
Photo: Klindt Racing From 2021, the 31-year-old Danish speedway star Nicolai Klindt will have a new home track in the Metal Speedway League. He replaces Moldow Arena in Holsted with Vojens Speedway Center. By Ib Søby After nine seasons in the country's most winning club, Holsted, seeks ...