Peter Ravn (speedway rider)

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Peter Ravn (born 16 March 1962, Bogense, Denmark)[1] is a former international motorcycle speedway rider. He was a member of the Denmark speedway team when they won the 1983 World Team Cup.

He rode in the UK for the Belle Vue Aces, Cradley Heath Heathens, Wolverhampton Wolves and the Arena Essex Hammers.

World Final Appearances[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Oakes, P & Rising, P (1986). 1986 Speedway Yearbook. ISBN 0-948882-00-X


Scandic CNC was established in late 1998 by Peter Ravn. Peter emigrated from Denmark, Scandinavia, in 1996 and settled in Brisbane. Many years of experience in high-accuracy precision engineering through “Race Engine Building” and developments for “Race Engines” were put to good use in this technologically advanced machining business.

Peter spent 13 years racing at world championship level in the eighties and early nineties. The need for perfection in professional motorsport has set the bar for products produced at Scandic CNC today.


Scandic CNC is located approximately 25 km north of Brisbane city, a short distance from Gympie Road and the Bruce Highway, with close access to the Domestic and International Airports. Scandic CNC has designed and manufactured products for racing with great success and constantly strives to produce outstanding workmanship in all kinds of products.

Scandic CNC specialises in products which need:

  • The highest accuracy;
  • Machined from the highest quality materials;
  • Achieving a high level of surface finish