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HANCOCK'S DACKARNA DEAL

American legend Greg Hancock is back with Dackarna for 2019 as the Malilla men keep all three of their FIM Speedway Grand Prix stars.

13 / 10 / 2018, 11:53

American legend Greg Hancock is back with Dackarna for 2019 as the Malilla men keep all three of their FIM Speedway Grand Prix stars.

Grin joins Polish duo Maciej Janowski and Patryk Dudek in signing a fresh deal after they inspired the club into this season’s Swedish Elitserien final, losing out to defending champions Smederna.

Hancock also teams up with Jacob Thorssell and Oliver Berntzon in what’s already shaping up to be a very promising side.

The Californian, who also leads newly-promoted Polish First Division club Rzeszow in 2019, is delighted to be back at the G&B Arena.

He said: "I knew before that Dackarna was a good club, and now I can only confirm it. I look forward to continuing there.”

Team manager Peter Karlsson believes the four-time world champion’s influence in the pits makes him worth more than the points he scores.

He said: "Greg has so much to contribute to the team off the track, which guarantees more points to the team than he himself contributes.”

 

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