Speedway practice track.
In the 1957 edition of the annual speedway magazine “The MOTOR book” this clip below could be read.
It is a welcome script to a speedway practice track, which opened that year near the town Faxe (or Fakse) on South Zealand.
The track was described as a 250 m. long oval with a width of 10 m. in the straights and 12 m. in the bends.
The surface was earth, but would eventually become cinders.
The editor congratulated the owners with their initiative and wished them good luck and more than 10.000 practice passes.
However we have not been able to find further reports from the track or the activities on it, and therefore we presume its lifetime only to be the same year.
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