King’s Lynn Poultec Stars have confirmed their pre-season press and practice event on Thursday, March 28, with entry for the general public at 4pm.
Thomas Jorgensen, one of the most popular King’s Lynn riders of the modern era, has agreed a new deal to stay with the Poultec Stars.
Lewis Kerr is a loser – of weight, that is – and the Dersingham speedway rider vows to make the fittest he’s ever been count,
King’s Lynn Stars co-promoter Dale Allitt says the “fire burns as strong as ever” in his determination to land major honours for the speedway club.
The King’s Lynn Poultec Stars’ winter training camp has now concluded with all seven riders declared as super-fit and ready to go racing.
King’s Lynn Stars’ Norfolk sensation Robert Lambert is ahead of three-times world champion Tai Woffinden in one respect, says Ty Proctor.
Dynamic Dane Michael Palm Toft is ready to race again for the King’s Lynn Poultec Stars.
King’s Lynn Speedway have secured Norfolk-based Poultec as their title team sponsor for the 2019 Premiership season.
King’s Lynn Stars co-promoter Dale Allitt will almost certainly be team manager for the forthcoming 2019 speedway season.
National League racing will return to King’s Lynn for one night only in 2019.
King’s Lynn Stars were the best speedway team of 2018 and they should be also gunning for glory this year.
Aussie ace Ty Proctor was unveiled as the King’s Lynn Stars’ third signing for 2019 last night.