The Dane won his second Speedway GP silver medal and his second Speedway European Championship gold medal in a rock-solid 2022 season and followed it up by finishing fifth in the 2023 Speedway GP series, as well as racing to a popular FIM Speedway GP of Denmark - Vojens victory in his homeland - his first SGP win since 2019.
After first being crowned Speedway European Championship winner in 2018, Madsen was handed a Speedway GP wild card for 2019.
The Dane made a huge impact, topping the FIM Warsaw Speedway GP podium on his full-time series debut, before going on to win the FIM British Speedway GP in Cardiff and the FIM Torun Speedway GP on his way to World Championship silver that year. Madsen won the Torun round with a seven-ride maximum, but fell just two points short of world champion Bartosz Zmarzlik.
After two silver medals, he will be back to go for gold in 2024.