In the first half of the 1970-es mini speedway on special built mopeds had an enormous growth in Denmark. New Clubs emerged and a number of new tracks got built. Fjelsted on the island Funen is known as the first in 1973. Already a year later more tracks were added, among them one at the town Middelfart near the old railway- and road bridge between Funen and Jutland. The 200 m. long gravel surfaced track was beautifully located on a slightly sloped terrain between the Hindsgaul Forest and the beach of the Little Belt.
August 17. 1974. Danish mini speedway Championship Semi final B:
Semifinal A was held in Brovst same day..
No. Name Points.
1. Alf Busk 14
2. Bjarne Riise 11
3. Jorgen Holm 11
4. Peter Christensen 11
5. Torben Therkelsen 11
6. Hans Nielsen 11
7. Preben Andersen 10
8. Finn Jensen 6
Later same year the Middelfart track hosted the Danish Mini speedway Team Championship final. Torben Therkelsen from the Sparrows crashed in a collision with another rider, broke his handlebar and got take to hospital to get a bleeding wound below left knee stitched. Despite having lost this rider with, the team from Silkeborg captained by Alf Busk took an overwhelming victory. At the same time Alf Busk lowered his own track record from 68, 4 to 66, 1 second for four laps, and lowered the flying lap record to 16,01 second.
No. Team Home Points:
1 ”The Sparrows” Silkeborg 47
2 ”Odin Boys” Odense 31
3 ”The Snoopeys” Fjelsted 15
4 ”Mini-Wolves” Herning 14
Close and hard riding at the team championship final in Middelfart.
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