FIM Dansk Metal Danish Speedway GP

Round 5 - PARKEN

Date: Sat 9th June 2012
Capacity: 29,000
Track Length: 274 metres
Track Record Time: 54.20
Track Record: Nicki Pedersen 14.06.2008
WILD CARD #16: Michael Jepsen Jensen
RESERVE #17: Peter Kildemand
RESERVE #18: Mikkel Bech Jensen
REFEREE: Wojciech Grodzki

2011 Winner

Tomasz Gollob

Tomasz Gollob



*Family ticket includes two adult and two child tickets

**Child tickets are for children under the age of 16 (aged 15 and under)

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More Information

Saturday 9th June

15.30 - Monster entertainment area opens

17.15 – Official autograph session with Greg Hancock, Kenneth Bjerre, Bjarne Pedersen and Michael Jepsen Jensen taking place outside the Unibet stand

19.00 – FIM Dansk Metal Danish Speedway Grand Prix

22.15 (approx) – Firework display from the infield


*please note timings are subject to change


Address & Contact Details

P.H. Lings Alle 2,
DK 2100 Copenhagen Ø,

Tel:  +45 (0) 35 43 31 31
Fax: +45 (0) 35 43 43 13

Venue Facilities

Press area and press conference room, press seats, conference facilities, restaurants, kiosks and bars.

Did You Know?

  • The first FIM Danish Speedway Grand Prix at PARKEN was held on 28 June 2003.
  • PARKEN hosts its tenth consecutive FIM Danish Speedway Grand Prix in 2012.
  • PARKEN is the second Danish venue to host the event, which was previously held at Vojens, from 1995 until 2002.
  • Only once has a Danish rider won the FIM Danish Grand Prix at PARKEN, Hans Andersen as a wild card in the 2006 event.

Previous Results

Results of previous five GP's:

(1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th)

  • 2011: Tomasz Gollob, Jason Crump, Chris Holder, Greg Hancock
  • 2010: Jaroslaw Hampel, Tomasz Gollob, Chris Harris, Hans Andersen
  • 2009: Jason Crump, Greg Hancock, Tomasz Gollob, Niels-Kristian Iversen
  • 2008: Tomasz Gollob, Nicki Pedersen, Jason Crump, Hans Andersen
  • 2007: Andreas Jonsson, Nicki Pedersen, Leigh Adams, Tomasz Gollob


From airport

Copenhagen Airport 20 minutes.

By car

Follow signs to Østerbro. The stadium is on Øster Alle and is clearly visible from Trianglen.

By train:

Østerbro Station is 5/10 minutes from PARKEN.

By ferry

Ferries to and from Denmark and Germany arrive near the city centre.

By bus

Nos: 1a, 3a, 14 and 15 stop close to PARKEN and also take you into the city.


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