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King's Lynn Stars' chief says it was time to step down from BSPA role

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'It was time to step down,’ said King’s Lynn Stars chief Keith Chapman whose four-year term as British Speedway Promoters Association (BSPA) chairman has come to an end.

During that spell the BSPA have found another television contract with Eurosport following the withdrawal of sponsor Sky Sports and Chapman bought a stake in Peterborough and Ipswich while keeping both East Anglian clubs in the top flight Premiership.

Lynn owner ‘Buster’ Chapman said: “It was time to step down. To be honest I stepped down because I wanted more family time and more time for ourselves. It’s quite time-consuming. We’re busy at work, and everything else.

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