27 February 1945 |
|Current club information|
|1969||British League Champion|
Fossengen signed for the Poole Pirates in 1968 following a successful trial with the club and he proved to be a popular signing with the Poole supporters. In 1968 he finished 3rd in the World Pairs Final with Oyvind Berg. His only major honour came in 1969, with Poole winning the British League Championship. In May 1974, Fossengen's speedway career ended after he suffered a badly broken thigh. He was hit by his compatriot Ulf Lovaas' bike while riding for Poole against Oxford.
He moved back to Oslo in 1974 and worked for a firm selling and repairing hydraulic machinery for 7 years. He then set up his own firm selling and repairing compressed air machinery.
He still lives in Oslo with his wife, Susan, and they have 3 daughters, Kirsty, Katrina and Annika.
World Final appearances
World Pairs Championship
* Unofficial World Championships.
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