Trophies for EDRS Pro Nordic MC champions at Speedgroup awards presentation

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Saturday evening November 28, Speedgroup hosted its annual banquet and awards presentation at the Scandic Infra City, Upplands Väsby, Stockholm. Almost 500 racers, team members, sponsors and media attended the event and made it to a great success. All top three drivers and riders of all classes in the EDRS Pro Nordic Motorcycle Championship, EDRS European Drag Racing Series and FIA European Drag Racing Championship were invited to the podium to pick up their trophies. Also a number of special awards were presented to people and organizations for their contribution to the sport. Below the winners in the EDRS Pro Nordic Motorcycle Championship. Continue reading

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Speedgroup is a promotion and administration company
operating in  focus on supporting the development of Drag Racing, particularly in Europe. 

– Since 2009 Speedgroup is officially recognized by FIA as the administrator of the FIA European Drag Racing Championship. – In 2011 Speedgroup acquired Europe´s biggest sportsman series for drag racing, the Nordic Drag Racing Series NDRS which in 2012 became the EDRS European Drag Racing Series. – In 2012 Speedgroup was assigned by the Swedish Automobile Sports Federation (SBF) to administer and promote the Swedish Drag Racing Championship (cars), Dragracing SM. – Since 2014 Speedgroup operates the EDRS Pro Nordic Motorcycle Championship which is sanctioned by the Nordic Motorcycle Sports Federations.

Company website: speedgroup.eu

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Björn Friström’s new ride is ‘absolutely crazy’

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When you want to improve on your performance, you can make some changes to your already championship winning bike. Alternatively, you can buy a state-of-the-art new one, and that’s just what Björn Friström did. After winning his second consecutive EDRS Pro Nordic Motorcycle Championship title in Super Street Bike this year, the 45-year old Swede went to the States to pick up his new ride and make his first runs, an experience Friström will never forget and one that sometimes scared him a bit.  Continue reading

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