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ELITSERIEN | JAKOBSEN EXTENDS MALILLA STAY

Danish international Frederik Jakobsen is back with Swedish Elitserien finalists Dackarna for 2020.

16 / 10 / 2019, 10:25

Danish international Frederik Jakobsen is back with Swedish Elitserien finalists Dackarna for 2020.

The 21-year-old was drafted into the side as the Malilla men struggled in the absence of the absent Greg Hancock and Maciej Janowski, who was injured in the opening weeks of the season.

Despite having big shoes to fill, Jakobsen stepped up admirably and retained his spot for the rest of the season.

He also played a key role in Denmark securing fourth spot in the Monster Energy FIM Speedway of Nations Finals, stepping in for SGP star Niels-Kristian Iversen, who endured a tough weekend in Togliatti.

Jakobsen joins SGP duo Janowski and Patryk Dudek in Malilla, as well as Jacob Thorssell, Oliver Berntzon and Joel Kling.

Elsewhere, Vastervik have signed up Polish international Krzysztof Buczkowski for next season.

He joins forces with SGP reserve Bartosz Smektala, Jack Holder, Anton Karlsson and Noel Wahlqvist.

Photo: Taylor Lanning

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