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King's Lynn boss says top-class riders in this year’s Premiership is a real shot in the arm for British speedway

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The return of top-class riders to this year’s Premiership is a “real shot in the arm for British speedway,” says King’s Lynn Stars team manager Alex Brady.

Brady has been quoted by national sources as saying he spoke to Grand Prix duo Jason Doyle and Tobiasz Musielak with a view to them riding for Lynn next season.

However he is pleased that riders of their calibre have been enticed back to the UK following a fallow period which saw top stars attracted to the GP series or European leagues, with Pole Musielak joining Sheffield, Australian Doyle at Ipswich and Dane Peter Kildemand coming to Lynn for 2022.

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