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  1. Easy, I said “I think the winner is in those three”. I didn’t say here is my top three. So Martin could be in the top 3, as could Freddie, in fact, I like that idea.
  2. I reckon Martin Vaculick will be in top 3 for 2020. And if Freddie Lindgren starts off well then he could be in with a shout come the last GP. Of course, Woffinden, Zmarzlik and Madsen will be very much in the mix, I think the winner is in those three. The rest will be giving everyone a strong chase and well capable of stealing big points on occasions.
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    Norden Stadium

    Laughed my socks off!
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    Warsaw GP 16th May 2020

    Hi Teaboy, the problem I can see with having an early season qualifier for a GP spot is getting sponsorship for a whole GP season at such a late stage. It takes months of planning to arrange/secure major sponsorships, plus a rider with serious intent will probably want to spend winter months for a gruelling GP season on top of riding in 2+or 3 countries every week. What is going to happen is the rider everyone is hoping would liven up a GP season is at a big disadvantage due to lack of funds etc and likely to be like a damp firework.
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    Warsaw GP 16th May 2020

    So you kickin against the current system, that’s ok. I was looking within the current system cause that’s what exists.
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    Warsaw GP 16th May 2020

    Logically I got to think Smolinski would be the next in line for a wild card, that’s why he is no 1 in the official 2020 GP substitute list drawn up by the same as pick the wild cards I presume.
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    Warsaw GP 16th May 2020

    Greg deserved a wild card. Whoever was to replace him was not of his doing.
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    Danny Ayres RIP

    A great tribute. That race at BV against Chris Harris was a real cracker.
  9. Can’t agree with that. Ok, he was a fast hater, isn’t that what everyone wants to be - better chance of being successful in a race if you can gate, and he was rock steady - nowt wrong with that either. He. was/is a Legend, his feat will be hard to beat, still world class at 49, more world titles after he was 40 then after, he may well have been past his best but he could still show the younger ones the way. Will be interesting to see what he does in the future within speedway. Hope things work out right within his family.
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    Britain's Greatest Motorcyclist?

    Indoor speedway - Micky mouse type racing, only done to stimulate interest during winter months IMO. Seems to have died a death thankfully. Small amount I watched when televised it was woeful.
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    Britain's Greatest Motorcyclist?

    For the 3 disciplines identified in Steve’s original post I would put Simon Wigg no 1, with Kelvin Tatum 2, and Peter Collins 3. If Peter had won long track world championship he would have been more of a contender for the top two. Missing from the list is Chris Morton and Chris Harris. Neither top 3 material but worthy of a mention..
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    Eurosport

    Soto Ian, Do you use Opera with VPN activated to watch SGP live? Opera VPN gets very poor reviews, but they testing it for all its properties not necessarily to watch SGP, which we will be interested in. If you do watch SGP on Opera VPN, can you give us a run down on how to connect and whether it is running at an adequate speed.... ie continuous viewing, no lag etc. The review I read about VPN gave it a rating of 2.5/5 (5 out of 10) which is not good, but that is because a VPN is supposed to hide who you are and other details, which it seems to fail miserably at. As someone earlier posted, NordVPN is consistently rated the best VPN.
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    SGP in Argentina - 2022

    I think it has taken almost 25 years for Snooker to get where it is in China. Let’s face it, picking up a snooker cue I a lot easier to do compared to crossing a leg over a speedway bike. Maybe I not a pioneer, but lessons from the past reflect what could happen. For example..... USA produced so many great riders, but speedway itself has never caught on in USA. So speedway in Patagonia......mmmm. It’s a NO from me.
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    Eurosport

    Type VPN in a search engine and suppliers of the service pop up, not seen a free service yet, and some are more pricy then others......but there agin, some are easier to setup and more reliable in use, I believe.
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    Eurosport

    VPN has various uses, in this particular case you can choose what country you are in for internet connection, logically you select a country that you can get live action of SGP, as it not available in the UK.
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