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PEDERSEN EXTENDS HOLSTED STAY

Danish legend Nicki Pedersen’s long association with Holsted continues after he signed up for a 17th season with the club.

12 / 10 / 2018, 09:24

Danish legend Nicki Pedersen’s long association with Holsted continues after he signed up for a 17th season with the club.

The 41-year-old announced the news on his official Instagram account as he plans to race on in Poland, Sweden and Denmark next term, despite missing out on an FIM Speedway Grand Prix wild card.

Pedersen has raced 117 meetings for the club, scoring 1,772 points – making him the team’s highest scorer since 1990.

He led the team to third place in this year’s Danish Speedway League Super Final, with Region Varde clinching the title and Slangerup second.

 

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