The King’s Lynn Stars are back in speedway action at home tomorrow night when they host Swindon Robins in the Elite League at the Adrian Flux Arena.
The Robins track Lewis Rose, who rode at reserve in last year’s Lynn side, but big hitters Adrian Miedzinski and Troy Batchelor are both on the injury list.
Lynn, with six points, are fourth having raced three meetings, as have Swindon who are on three points. The return meeting at the Abbey Stadium is on Thursday.
Stars: 1 Niels-Kristian Iversen, 2 Robert Lambert, 3 Rory Schlein, 4 Nicklas Porsing, 5 Kenneth Bjerre, 6 Lewis Kerr, 7 Ashley Morris.
Robins: 1 Chris Harris (G), 2 Kyle Howarth, 3 Nick Morris, 4 Grzegorz Zengota, 5 Dakota North (G), 6 Lewis Rose, 7 Charles Wright.
Lynn’s number one Niels-Kristian Iversen is third in the GP standings after an eventful opening round at the weekend.
FIM Jury statement regarding the 2015 LOTTO Warsaw FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland: “After consultation with the riders and appropriate officials involved, the meeting unfortunately cannot continue on the grounds of safety.”
The official top three from round one of the 2015 series is: 1 Matej Zagar (Slovenia), 8 points; 2 Chris Harris (Great Britain), 7; 3 Jaroslaw Hampel (Poland), 7.
Leading standings: 1 Matej Zagar 8, 2 Jaroslaw Hampel 7, 3 Niels-Kristian Iversen 7, 4 Chris Harris 7.
Stebbings Car Superstore Young Stars returned from Eastbourne’s Arlington stadium empty handed following a 64-24 defeat.
Eastbourne Eagles: Bradley Wilson-Dean 15, David Mason 12+1, Georgie Wood 11+2, Richard Andrews 9+3, Kelsey Dugard 8+1, Danny Warwick 5+1, Marc Owen 4.
Young Stars: Shane Hazelden 7, James Cockle 6, Tom Stokes 5, Ryan Kinsley 4+2, Layne Cupitt 1+1, Josh Bailey 1, Scott Campos r/r.