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  1. Rob B

    Belle Vue 2019

    Dan Bewley had his first practice today on a 125cc at Steve Lawson's track.
  2. Rob B

    Belle Vue 2019

    Bewley currently in Poland having intensive physio and is now walking and weight bearing on leg.
  3. Rob B

    Belle Vue 2019

    Rest of Aces announced : Steve Worrall, Dan Bewley, Jaimon Lidsey, Dimitri Berge, Ricky Wells
  4. Colts team announced : Paul Bowen, Danny Phillips, Leon Flint, Kyle Bickley, Ben Woodhull, Ben Rathbone, Jordan Palin
  5. Rob B

    Ipswich 2019

    Ricky Wells already signed for a team.
  6. Rob B

    Belle Vue 2019

    Our 2018 team added upto 45.34 (the highest in the league) so we had to drop nearly 3 points off that. Tungate was never going to improve his average and is poor away from NSS, Bjerre is on a baragin average and can put a point on that.
  7. Rob B

    Belle Vue 2019

    Correct about the difference although Etheridge & Richie Worrrall won't be in team.
  8. Rob B

    Belle Vue 2019

    Playoff Kenny did great in the 2017 play off semi final until was wrongy excluded in heat 13 which cost us. Could also say Cook scoring 3, FX, FX, 1' = 4+1 at Wolverhampton also cost us! I know which rider I prefer and its not Cook!
  9. Rob B

    Belle Vue 2019

    All the people who were slating Belle Vue yesterday can now see who the unprofessional person was.
  10. Rob B

    Belle Vue 2019

    Belle Vue statement : BELLE VUE ACES - TEAM BUILDING UPDATE Since the AGM last month, the Aces management have been working to build two competitive teams for the 2019 Premiership and National League campaigns, through the use of the club’s own assets, and those secured from other clubs and unattached riders. As team building is very much a numbers game, speedway fans and riders expect an element of movement and change from year to year in line with these rules. Teams also need to be sanctioned and approved by the BSPA to verify averages, which can be a timely process. Given this, we’re aware that information can appear in the press and on social media from riders who have been informed by Belle Vue that they are not in the 2019 plans and the club supports their decision to make this information public so that they can secure a team place in another team in 2019. Management also advise the BSPA and the riders’ parent clubs of their position on a rider and during the winter break the BSPA circulate a weekly list to all clubs to show a riders availability. Social media can be very one sided and the club would like to place on record that Craig Cook, being an Edinburgh asset signed a one-year deal with the Aces in 2018. A telephone conversation was held with Craig on Monday 19th November to advise that he wasn’t to be in the Aces initial teams plans. His name was then provided to the BSPA by his parent club and subsequently circulated on the BSPA rider available list. We are therefore somewhat surprised by recent comments on social media against the club and given other information we are aware of, it would not be in anyone’s interest to engage in further discussion on this matter. However, we do recognise that Craig has made a significant contribution to the Aces during his time with the club and wish to offer our sincere thanks to him. The management, staff and fans wish him every success for 2019 and beyond. Further updates on the Club’s teams for 2019 will be shared at a pre-Christmas fans event, to be held at the National Speedway Stadium on Thursday 12th December at 7.30pm and following the events the details will be released on the club’s social media channels. Event details can be found on www.bellevueaces.co
  11. Rob B

    2019 GSAs

    The Rye House meetings must have been removed. Chris Harris gone from 6.68 on 1st October to 7.78
  12. Rob B

    Vojens

    We always stay in Haderslev.
  13. KING'S LYNN: Robert Lambert, Erik Riss, Ty Proctor, Thomas Jorgensen, Niels-Kristian Iversen, Michael Palm Toft, Simon Lambert. BELLE VUE: Max Fricke, R/R for Craig Cook, Steve Worrall, Rohan Tungate, Tobiasz Musielak (G), Dimitri Berge, Coty Garcia (G)
  14. Bickley was due to be number 8 but wasn't allowed to be in the end.
  15. Like I said last night Dale Allitt was the aggressor in it all and should be ashamed of his actions. Etheridge wasn’t too happy with Jorgensen (who did nothing wrong in my view) but it was only a bit of finger pointing and they were 2 metres away from each other. Jorgensen then pulled right in front of Etheridge as they came to a stop, Dale Allitt and Simon Lambert then aggressively got right in Etheridge face, Etheridge mechanic was stood behind them and said something and Allitt turned round and grabbed him by the top and pushed him until he was pinned against the fence like he was a night club bouncer. Aaron Summers there for some reason then pushed Allitt and Allitt nearly fell on his backside.
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