Speedway Grand Prix of Denmark

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Denmark FIM DANSK METAL Danish Speedway Grand Prix
Stadium Parken Stadium
Copenhagen
Years 18 (1995-present)
Track temporary track
Track Length 275 m
Last event (season 2012)
Date June 9 2012
Referee Finland Ilkka Teromaa
Winner Australia Jason Crump
2nd place Sweden Fredrik Lindgren
3rd place United States Greg Hancock

The Speedway Grand Prix of Denmark is a speedway event that is a part of the Speedway Grand Prix Series.

After being held at the Vojens Speedway Center from 1995-2002 and the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen from 2003-2014, the Danish SGP will have a new home in 2015, the CASA Arena in Horsens.

Winners[edit]

Season City Stadium Winner
1 1995 Vojens Speedway Center Denmark Hans Nielsen result
2 1996 Vojens Speedway Center United States Billy Hamill result
3 1997 Vojens Speedway Center United Kingdom Mark Loram result
4 1998 Vojens Speedway Center Denmark Hans Nielsen result
5 1999 Vojens Speedway Center Sweden Tony Rickardsson result
6 2000 Vojens Speedway Center United States Greg Hancock result
7 2001 Vojens Speedway Center Sweden Tony Rickardsson result
8 2002 Vojens Speedway Center Sweden Tony Rickardsson result
9 2003 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Australia Jason Crump result
10 2004 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Australia Jason Crump result
11 2005 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Sweden Tony Rickardsson result
12 2006 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Denmark Hans Andersen result
13 2007 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Sweden Andreas Jonsson result
14 2008 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Poland Tomasz Gollob result
15 2009 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Australia Jason Crump result
16 2010 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Poland Jarosław Hampel result
17 2011 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Poland Tomasz Gollob result
18 2012 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Australia Jason Crump result
19 2013 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Australia Darcy Ward result
20 2014 Copenhagen Parken Stadium Denmark Niels-Kristian Iversen result

Most win[edit]

Sweden Tony Rickardsson and Australia Jason Crump both 4 times

See also[edit]

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