For a long time it has been a dream to revive the history of Danish vintage motor racing and, in particular,beach racing.
In the years 1919-1924 the island of Fanø gave home to some of the most legendary riders and drivers.
Welcome to the home of Danish beach racing!
Europe had to offer. Makers such as Mercedes, Citröen, Fiat, Opel and many more were represented, although almost all were in the hands of private daredevils.
Sadly the races on the beach of Fanø came to an end, with the tragic death of a 15 year old boy, by a tire lost from the wheel of Sir Malcolm Campbell's Bluebird racer.
Campbell did, however, set records at over 130mph on the 1km stretch.
In the same years, races were being arranged on the west coast of Jutland, but was eventually shut down due to local regulations.
Fast forward to modern times, a group of enthusiasts in the hot rod & custom community has finally succeeded in landing the necessary approvals for a vintage style race on the Island of Rømø. Like Fanø it benefits from extremely wide and long beaches, with a hard and flat surface. Naturally no speed records will be set, but it is our ambition to create a true time pocket with pre-ww2 cars and motorcycles in an up-to 1947 styling and engineering.
The modern version of our track will be a 1/8 mile drag strip.
Best regards, your enthusiastic team:
Thomas Toft Bredahl, Carsten Bech, Steffen Sonnberg, Finn Andresen, Holger Sonnberg