Aussie star Justin Sedgmen admits his SGB Premiership call from Sheffield came “as a genuine surprise”.
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German ace Martin Smolinski backed Landshut’s decision to take the plunge into the Polish leagues, even if they have to race without fans.
Aussie champion Max Fricke is determined to build on his Torun triumph and make a fast start to SGP 2021.
Danish racer Leon Madsen insisted “I know and I believe that one day I will be world champion” as he bids to return to the rostrum.
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American legend Greg Hancock is back in Poland’s PGE Ekstraliga after joining Wroclaw as a consultant.
German racer Martin Smolinski hopes to be back on the bike in time for the new season as he recovers from surgery.
Aussie star Ty Proctor is determined to end his wait for an SGB Premiership title as he returns to King’s Lynn this season.
British Speedway Promoters Ltd chairman Rob Godfrey has revealed clubs are now receiving financial support from the UK Government.
Sweden’s Bauhaus Elitserien clubs are hopeful of starting the season with fans in attendance in May.
FIM Speedway Grand Prix star Artem Laguta insists he’s ready to go racing after months of motocross training.
Belle Vue boss Mark Lemon believes expanding the Rising Star programme to two riders for 2022 will ensure more youngsters turn professional.
Czestochowa skipper Leon Madsen was gutted to see Lions' play- off chances “taken away from us” by PGE Ekstraliga authorities in 2020.
British champ Rory Schlein believes SGB Premiership clubs could go even further with backing Britain’s young guns and track two at reserve.