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COOK JOINS SGP 2018 LINE-UP

Great Britain captain Craig Cook is set for his full-time FIM Speedway Grand Prix debut after qualifying for the 2018 World Championship.

07 / 10 / 2017, 18:30

Great Britain captain Craig Cook is set for his full-time FIM Speedway Grand Prix debut after qualifying for the 2018 World Championship.

With Polish star Patryk Dudek now guaranteed a place in this year’s top eight, the qualification berth he earned at the GP Challenge in Togliatti on August 19 now passes to Cook, who finished fourth in Russia.

See Cookie in Cardiff at the Adrian Flux British SGP on July 21. Tickets are available online here: http://bit.ly/2vtzoik.

 

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