Most likely the true reason was that the track needed some costly repairs, which could not be afforded.
A new partner entered the scene in guise of the “Danish Track Riders Motor Club”, who signed a leasing contract for acquisition of the track operations, similar to what was successfully done at Karrebaeksminde and Roskilde Road dirt tracks.
Morian Hansen was the great hero of the day by winning the initial handicap heats and the final plus a challenge match over Knudsen. Gunnar Nielsen won the opening heat, and a 3-laps rookie match was won by H. Bent Jensen from Odense would make an attack on Wagner’s 1,44,0 record, but did not finish.
Ejnar Knudsen rode for the first track record and finished in 1.55,6 min. A time, which would not stand a chance to survive as track record. In a handicap race he reached the front just to fall off again. Quite right, the number of spectators was lower than first time, but that got explained by a swim contest elsewhere in the town.
Then there was an idle period of 6 weeks for the track, while it was discussed whether more meetings should be planned, or the track should better be left to settle until spring 1933.
In May 1933, the big issue was whether the newly introduced amusement tax would make dirt track impossible.
In a Danish – Swedish Match in three heats the Swede Ebbe Lundquist won first heat in the day’s best time 1,27,4 for 4 laps.
The second and third heats both were won by Thorkild Clausen, Copenhagen.
A team match Zealand – Funen was won by Zealand 16 – 14.
A team match between Copenhagen and Western Zealand gave a 5-5 draw. Instead he won a crack race over Ejnar Lorentzen and Ingemann Rasmussen.
The last race was a handicap, where Ejnar Knudsen and Morian were set so far back that they had no chance to catch up.
The audience was strongly dissatisfied and not less, when Morian’s bike would not start. 1932: The newspaper Holbaek Amtstidende wrote that dirt track temporarily was closed.
Facts: Track name: Holbaek Dirt track Track owner: Holbaek & Vicinity’s Motor club Track address: Taastruphoj, Roskilde road, Holbaek Length: 366 m. Track record: 1,19,2 Record holder: Baltzer Hansen, Copenhagen, 5/11-1933. 1932 Closed year/date: April 15.1934 The first Dirt Track at Holbaek was located on hired ground half a mile outside the town close to the main road to Roskilde Contemporary with a number of other Danish towns, mainly in Jutland around 1930 – 32, trigged by the governmental issued ban of motor racing on public roads, opened new dirt tracks, in 1932 a consortium in Holbaek with theater director Mr. For those days’ standard it was modern track with good access from the main road and ample parking facilities. What they did not know was that the tiny man who was walking around on the infield carrying a little girl on his arm was their most beloved hero. The Swedes Rudolph and Aake Jönsson against Helge Jensen and Svend Aa. Rudolph Jönsson showed excellent riding in the practice on Saturday, but on Sunday he fell off twice, so Helge Jensen had no trouble with winning.