Hans will be back in England in 2010
HANS Andersen is certain he will start the season in the British Elite League next year, but remains uncertain as to his destination.The 28-year-old opted not to race in the UK at the beginning of 2009.
HANS Andersen is certain he will start the season in the British Elite League next year, but remains uncertain as to his destination.
The 28-year-old opted not to race in the UK at the beginning of 2009.
However, the decision backfired as he struggled for points in the opening rounds of the Grand Prix series.
Andersen accepted an offer to race for Poole and joined in early June, helping the team avoid the Elite League relegation play-off.
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Despite the Dane missing out on the top-eight place he needed to qualify for the 2010 World Championship, there is no doubt the move breathed new life into his season.
So he is keen to spend a full season in Britain next term. His parent club Peterborough have first call on Andersen's services, while the likes of Poole and Coventry could also be keen.
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The Dane said: “There might be other clubs interested as well. I don't know where I'm going but I'll be back to racing a full schedule - that's without a doubt.”