The Speedway GP series roared back into action in supercharged fashion this weekend and it was man of the moment Tai Woffinden who lit up the #DanishSGP with a wheel-perfect display to take a 10-point lead in the championship.
After a six-week break the series got back underway in the sleepy Danish town of Horsens, but on Saturday night it got a rude awakening with the 16 best riders in the world going bar-to-bar over 23 action-packed races.
If you want to wake somewhere up, take four 500cc machines with no brakes or gears and throw them around a 300-metre oval for four laps. That’s exactly the treatment that Horsens got and there wasn’t a fan in the house who didn’t leave the CASA Arena feeling like they got their money’s worth.
With a run of three GP’s in four weeks coming up it was a big chance for all the riders to stamp their marker on the series but it was British shredder Woffinden who put his cards on the table with his second event win in only three rounds.