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Second At Decennary

Second At Decennary

Niels continued his build-up to the season with a second place at Simon Lambert’s Decennary held at King’s Lynn on Sunday.

Second Place At PK’s Farewell

Second Place At PK’s Farewell

Peter Karlsson said goodbye to his British career on Sunday after many years service in the UK. In his farewell meeting, Niels finished as runner up alongside his team partner for the meeting, Adam Skornicki.

Season Opener For Niels

Season Opener For Niels

Today marks the start of the 2017 season for Niels has he rides in Peter Karlsson’s Farewell meeting at Wolverhampton. 

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IVERSEN SECOND IN PK FAREWELL MEETING
Niels-Kristian Iversen and his partner Adam Skornicki finished second in the Peter Karlsson farewell meeting at Wolverhampton on Sunday.
Iversen scored 21 points in their team total of 31 points as they finished behind winners Freddie Lindgren and Karlsson himself.
Afterwards Iversen was thrilled a decent crowd turned out to celebrate the Swede's career and added: "It was good to see so many people come along today and help celebrate PK's career. He's been a legend at Wolverhampton and in British Speedway now for so many years.
"I felt good myself and was pleased to make some good starts after not making a decent one in my first ride.
"The bikes felt good and it was just fun to be riding again in a meeting rather than practice."

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NIELS TO RIDE FOR KARLSSON
GRAND Prix star Niels-Kristian Iversen will make a rare 2017 appearance on UK shale at Peter Karlsson's Farewell later this month.
The Danish favourite will miss out on British racing this season, due to new rules enforced in Poland, but will be at Monmore Green on Sunday, March 19 (5pm).
Said Iversen: "It will be nice to have a meeting in England at the start of the season and I was really happy to get the call from Peter.
"He's been a great rider and one who I've always looked up to throughout my career.
"He's a proper role model to all speedway riders and it looks like it's going to be a great line-up.
"I'm really looking forward to going back to Wolverhampton too; I spent a year there in 2008 and while it was a tough season for the team, I really enjoyed my time there and had a good season personally."
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