King’s Lynn Stars rider Lambert called-up as British GP reserve

King's Lynn Stebbings Car Superstore Young Stars 2015 - Ryan Kingsley ANL-151004-142129009
King's Lynn Stebbings Car Superstore Young Stars 2015 - Ryan Kingsley ANL-151004-142129009
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King’s Lynn Stars’ Great Britain talent Robert Lambert has been named as a track reserve for next month’s Adrian Flux British Speedway Grand Prix at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium.

Seventeen-year-old Lambert and Jason Garrity are the chosen two reserves and they join GB stars Tai Woffinden, Chris Harris and wild card Craig Cook in the field for world speedway’s flagship meeting on July 4.

Lynn Roger Warnes Transport Stars and Peterborough favourite Lambert lines up at No.18 after a sublime start to this year for both clubs.

His efforts earned him his Monster Energy FIM Speedway World Cup debut for Team Great Britain, and he impressed with seven points in Event 2 at Lynn on June 8 and eight in the Race Off at Vojens on June 11, where he collected two heat wins.

Coventry and Sheffield star Garrity stormed to fourth place in the British Championship Final at Wolverhampton on June 15.

He dons the No.17 race jacket in Cardiff.

The referee for the Adrian Flux British SGP is Krister Gardell from Sweden.

Tickets for the Millennium Stadium showcase are still available online. Click here to secure your seat now: way-grand-prix.

l King’s Lynn Stebbings Car Superstore Young Stars reserve Ryan Kinsley has been given a mid-season speedway boost.

Young Stars sponsor Tile Giant will be sponsoring Kinsley with an engine for the rest of the season and team manager Dale Allitt is delighted to see the local rider given support.

He said: “I am grateful to Title Giant for their support of Ryan this season. I know that he is very appreciative of the sponsorship and is looking forward to scoring more points.

“We think he will become a great rider for us in the future and can follow in the footsteps of the talent we have seen progress through the ranks and into the Elite League in recent seasons.”