Mikkel B. Andersen: I want to show the world who I am

10.10.16
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 - 10 points is a really poor result. I don't know what happened. I'm really mad - says Mikkel Brondum Andersen, who ended the FIM Speedway U21 World Championship at the 14th position.

 - The best thing was all the experience we Got and the worst was that it went so bad for me and I was so unlucky, 'cause I really have to show the world who I am. I'm ready to ride in some clubs next season.

Andersen ended his performance in Gdańsk in the main series, but before the final, he was supporting Patrick Hansen, who had a real chance to get the bronze medal. - Yes of course I helped Patrick, even though it went bad for me. I always help a friend and a countryman. I think it's awesome he was so good and pity he didn't reach for the medal.

What are the plans of Mikkel Brondum Andersen for upcoming season?
- Find a club - that's the aim number one. I just have finished my apprenticeship, so I am ready to go pro. I want to hit the road and conquer the world! - ended Dane.

 

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