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  1. Rye House v Wolves 25.04.18

    Wolves win I reckon. Certainly hope so.
  2. Wolverhampton v Poole. Prem A. 23/4/18

    Which they are heading towards.
  3. Wolverhampton v Poole. Prem A. 23/4/18

    The Pole has ridden Monmore before. Piotr Pawlicki mastered the track within weeks and I remember Miskowiak making his debut at wolves scoring something like 18. It's all about adaptation. So Magic in for Kurtz then given the 1 8 and over rule. Of maybe they are under instructions to reduce averages to bring another ringer in?
  4. Wolverhampton v Poole. Prem A. 23/4/18

    Agreed although Ward could ride any track. Don't ever recall him having a track he struggled on.
  5. Wolverhampton v Poole. Prem A. 23/4/18

    Most thinking riders know how to ride it. It's all about throttle control.
  6. Belle vue -V- Rye House 23.04.18

    Can't see Rye getting anything out of this despite the Aces remaining weakened. 55-35
  7. Kings Lynn V Poole 25/04/18

    I see some Poole fans are calling for Shanes to be ditched, what do you expect from a 2 pointer?? No wonder you don't get queues of talented Brits wanting to join Poole. Shanes did his job last year and will do the same again this year. A talented motorcyclist that needs persevering with. It's the job of the other 6 not your number 7 to score the points for you.
  8. Wolverhampton v Poole. Prem A. 23/4/18

    The racing at Monmore is often very good so win or lose its good to watch. Riders generally like riding at Wolves although there are some that apparently struggle with the tight turns. We have lost at home plenty during the lean years of the past 15 years or so! I would still say that it's a good home advantage track that there is no denying. However I have seen some Wolves teams over the years that haven't adapted that home advantage and lost several at home. Thankfully not in the past few seasons tho.
  9. Wolverhampton v Poole. Prem A. 23/4/18

    I don't get this 'such a massive home advantage' bit that is often trotted out. Did we have such a great advantage in the lean years when we were losing for fun (not for the supporters) and adrift towards the bottom? The riders we currently have and have had the past couple of seasons have built up some good home advantage. However I do find it odd that some of those riders who might struggle now rode it very well in the those lean years.
  10. Working the averages out has been no different in years gone by, even the old 'happiness is 40-38' days! Reserves only had 3 programmed rides compared to the top 5 who only had 4. Formula is easy and doesn't change no matter how many rides they have. Points ÷ rides X 4
  11. Belle Vue 2018

    It's all opinions anyway. Hougaard has an average on the wane whilst Stevie is still rising. This time last year I'd have put Hougaard ahead.
  12. Poole 2018

    So when you said all riders you meant those good enough to be able to ride abroad. Certainly riders at championship level are making a living out of it so yes.
  13. Poole 2018

    You think most of the NL and championship riders give a frig about Poland?
  14. Poole 2018

    That must be satisfying considering how dire he was on Wednesday. Needs to focus on the Pirates too then I guess.
  15. Wolverhampton v Poole. Prem A. 23/4/18

    Poole will probably win at Wolves, probably the B or play off fixture. You heard it here first.
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