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DOYLE'S DANISH DEAL

Aussie ace Jason Doyle is on his way to Denmark for 2020 after joining Holsted’s squad.

08 / 11 / 2019, 13:18

Aussie ace Jason Doyle is on his way to Denmark for 2020 after joining Holsted’s squad.

The Newcastle-born racer is set to share the No.1 berth with triple world champion Nicki Pedersen and will only race a limited number of fixtures.

Doyle has already agreed terms with Vastervik in the Swedish Elitserien and has made no secret that he’s keen to stay with Swindon in the UK. He has also been heavily linked to Polish side Czestochowa.

A busy schedule suits the 2017 world champion and he’s looking forward to playing a part for the Danish Tigers.

He said: “I am excited to announce I have signed a contract with Holsted Tigers in the Danish Super League. I will not be racing the full season in Denmark but just a few matches.

“I am super happy to have the opportunity to race for one of Denmark’s prestigious speedway clubs. See you all in 2020! It’s going to be a great year!”

 

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