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Adrian Flux Arena outfit face a difficult test in Manchester

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King's Lynn Stars boss Peter Schroeck is urging his riders to bounce back when they go to Belle Vue on Thursday (7.30pm).

Schroeck saw his side slip to a late defeat at Wolverhampton on Monday despite a gutsy effort.

They just ran out of steam towards the end of the meeting and missed out on a consolation point.

King's Lynn Stars team manager Peter Schroeck.. (8643502)
King's Lynn Stars team manager Peter Schroeck.. (8643502)

Schroeck said: “We were all hurting when we left Wolverhampton because we were with them for the majority of the meeting.

“Now we have to lift ourselves to go to Belle Vue and we know what a task this will be.

“The track there is big and fast and I’m sure we’re going to need to be on our game from the start, but we know we have riders in the team who like it there.”

The Poultec Stars had good results in Manchester last year and will be looking for the same again.

Dane Kasper Andersen is ready to race through the pain barrier after crashing at Wolves.

It’s a big spell of racing for the Stars as they return to the Adrian Flux Arena on Monday to face Poole in Premiership Supporters Cup action.

Packages are available for VIP treatment in one of the excellent corporate boxes – and it’s not as expensive as you may think.

In addition, for a small fee fans can watch some races from the centre, a unique experience.

Email commercial@kingslynn-speedway.com for more details with space available for Monday’s meeting.

Belle Vue: Max Fricke, Ricky Wells, Dan Bewley, Steve Worrall, Kenneth Bjerre, Dimitri Berge, Jaimon Lidsey.

King's Lynn Stars: Robert Lambert, Lewis Kerr, Ty Proctor, Erik Riss, Thomas Jorgensen, Michael Palm Toft, Kasper Andersen.

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