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Moldow extends backing of Speedway Grand Prix

Greg Hancock of the USA competes in the FIM Speedway Grand Prix (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Danish manufacturing company Moldow has renewed its sponsorship of the Speedway Grand Prix motorcycling series.

The new two-year deal will cover the 2020 and 2021 seasons of the Speedway Grand Prix, which is organised by the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM).

Moldow has previously titled sponsored Speedway Grand Prix events and signed a two-year partnership with the series in 2018. The company also supports Danish speedway star Nicki Pedersen and title sponsors the Moldow Speedway Arena in Holsted, where the company is based.

Moldow managing director Preben Hansen said: “We love the setup, the atmosphere at the GPs and the exposure that our company gets.

“We are a company with businesses all over the world, and through the GPs our brand is exposed to a lot of spectators and audiences in many different countries.

“Our financial support of speedway is rooted in the whole family’s passion for speedway and, together with the essential brand exposure, that’s what drives us to contribute financially to the sport year after year.”