Iversen looks to close gap in series

King's Lynn 'Roger Warnes Transport' Stars ready for the start of the 2014 Elite League season. Niels-Kristian Iversen ANL-140316-191722002
King's Lynn 'Roger Warnes Transport' Stars ready for the start of the 2014 Elite League season. Niels-Kristian Iversen ANL-140316-191722002
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Lynn Stars number one Niels-Kristian Iversen will be hoping to kick-start his Speedway Grand Prix challenge at the British GP, in Cardiff, tomorrow.

Iversen is currently ninth in the SGP standings and some 19 points adrift of World Championship leader Tai Woffinden after three rounds of the 2015 series.

The Dane, who has accumulated 21 points so far, has nine rounds remaining to close the gap, starting at the Millennium Stadium.

Fellow countryman Kenneth Bjerre will also be looking to improve his recent form while Lynn teenage sensation Robert Lambert lines-up in the number 18 race jacket.

Lambert, 17, and Jason Garrity are the chosen two reserves, with the latter named at number 17.

Iversen will be involved in an SGP autograph session at 3pm, featuring Tai Woffinden, Greg Hancock and wild card Craig Cook.

More than 40,000 avid fans are expected to flock to the flagship event on the British speedway calendar.