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  1. Poole 2018

    Not really a sensible comparison though as Zmarzlik only had an assessed average, whereas Woryna has an established one. Its entirely correct to reassess a rider who hasnt got an established average, for example Piotr Pawlicki when he went to Wolves. Don't the (last years) rules only allow a reassessment if a rider is out injured for a year, or missing from Britain for three years?
  2. Poole 2018

    Also http://speedwayupdates.proboards.com/thread/7424/poole-eastbourne-ela-19th-2010 against one of the strongest Poole line ups of recent years.
  3. Poole 2018

    Kurtz was signed as a third heat leader though and, despite spending the majority of the season riding at number one, still managed to increase his average. I'd say he was a spectacular success, let down largely by Kasprzak's lack of effort.
  4. Good grief, how often do you need this explaining
  5. Your 2017 Prem Winners.

    "Alternative facts"
  6. Poole 2017

    Speak for yourself SB, personally I'm quite fond of flange.
  7. King's Lynn Stars 2017

    You've claimed this a few times Sidney, but it's just not true. Holder had some horrible blips away from home last year, hence why: Kasprzak 2016 away average -7.71 Holder 2016 away average -7.54 Still, a great signing for KL and a very decent side. Excluding the play offs at Monmore, Holder was outstanding for the last few months of the season.
  8. Poole 2017

    Which of course has no impact at all on Kurtz, as he holds a dual nationality passport and so doesn't need a visa. Just because Swindon stuffed up, doesn't mean anyone else has.
  9. Swindon 2017

    It's always been a seven, as we are working with last year's Premier League averages. He has a Danish average of below six from last year so, according to the rules, is a category 2 rider, and therefore 7. It's 18.6.1/2 of last year's rulebook.
  10. Coventry 2017

    Bjerre should be around nine, King I think will be a point lower. It's difficult to assess without seeing all the line ups, but Coventry look a middle of the road team, with a chance of fourth place. Bates starting at reserve is a big plus, as he's far better than his five point average, however that only offsets having Garrity on such a high average. I'd have replaced Kerr and Sarjeant with a two pointer and a stronger rider like Kylmakorpi, but it's probably more financially prudent this way and it's good to see a club retaining a young, British core.
  11. King's Lynn Stars 2017

    I would think it's an educated guess. Holder wants to ride here, he's running out of teams who could accommodate him, and MF seems to suggest there's no NKI (maybe there's a reason he knows, relating to the aforementioned rider filling the number one sized hole at Kings Lynn).
  12. Poole 2017

    Crikey, that's almost as bad as being sent to Coventry.:-)ETA the wink, I forgot the wink.
  13. Swindon 2017

    What makes you think that? He was quite a bit worse than Sargeant and Rose in the PL last year, and on a par with Branford and Clegg, but they all have far more experience on the EL tracks.
  14. Wolves 2017

    Kilndt on a five point average is no risk at all. Look at the comparable riders; Bager, Jacobs, Stefan Nielsen etc. He averaged over five as a heat leader last year in the EL. Yes, he's a bit of a gater, but I'd expect him to be somewhere between second string and third heat leader, depending on what his home track is.
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