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  1. It’s a round of the Danish Championship that’s been rearranged (akin to our British Finals), not a league match.
  2. NeilWatson

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    There's a lot happened since that evening sadly..... Kev is full of beans and enjoying his change of scenery.
  3. Hans Andersen listed to ride for Panthers, Danny King and Dimitri Berge guest for Poole.
  4. NeilWatson

    Mildenhall v Kent

    With just four Clubs in one group, seems quite sensible to me.
  5. NeilWatson

    Eastbourne 2019

    Bradley Wilson Dean would come in on his converted PL average of 7.91 effective 1st May.
  6. Practice (now qualifying) for GPs has not been compulsory for some years. Woffinden, Zmarzlik and Fricke were missing this evening, and were 'randomly'* allocated the final three start positions this evening. * The rider number was drawn, then allocated to the smallest available start number.
  7. NeilWatson

    Warsaw 2019

    As I understood the rules, any lap started within the one minute time allowance could be completed, however the recording appears to be limited to four laps?
  8. NeilWatson

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    And to have more points available for the other five riders at the beginning of the season......
  9. NeilWatson

    F.A.O. Phill Rising

    http://www.birmingham-speedway.com/news.php?extend.2804 8th May meeting, Birmingham v Berwick, was rained off
  10. NeilWatson

    Belle Vue 2019

    That’s not the case. Neither Peterborough nor Mildenhall were ‘killed’ by Mick, and Coventry only ended under his ownership following the loss of Brandon which led to the unsuccessful season at Leicester.
  11. NeilWatson

    Craig Cook: what next?

    I haven’t studied the Regulations closely this season (no need!) but IIRC the fine for crossing the infield was in substitution for the exclusions that caused so much adverse comment. Historically a referee fine was deducted from the riders wages, but when exchange money was done away with they became fines from the SCB akin to a parking ticket, and were loosely based on a number of points scored and the assumed pay rate for the rider and league.
  12. NeilWatson

    Craig Cook: what next?

    In my copy it’s the very next section after the one you quote! (The final paragraph on Page 38)
  13. NeilWatson

    Craig Cook: what next?

    Certain punishments are now imposed in monetary terms under the SCB Rule Book, see Art 15.3 and Appendix A.
  14. NeilWatson

    Poole 2019

    Every track now has a .com domain.

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