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  1. Agree with you Gemini - I was fortunate to be there in the main stand just a few feet in front of the start line and in the front row - An absolute corker of a meeting and every time Belle Vue put distance between the two sides back came Peterborough - I stayed overnight and was looking forward to seeing the meeting again on Quest that evening - Major disappointment with so many adverts and missed heats including Dan’s heat 11 (I think) victory with him making his way out to the outside line on lap 3 and building up the speed to pass MPT - A big thank you to the track staff who once again provided a cracking track for proper racers - Only downside at the meeting was how long it dragged on from the first race 18 minutes after the start time and continuous gaps to suit the Eurosport coverage - Hope the 2nd leg provides the same level of racing and good luck to both teams -
  2. And the commentary wasn’t bad either Dave - well done you and a good post
  3. I Know Kier Starmer Fan is - He just loves his Polish racing - He wouldn’t miss it
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    Live Speedway tomorrow on Freesports

    The correct section is ‘International World Of Speedway’ but not everyone looks in there - Thought it would be a good idea to let as many fans know of free tv speedway who may not have known about this and featuring Tai Woffenden, Macief Janowski, Dan Bewley, and of course the current World Championship leader Artem Laguta amongst others - For me as long as it means at least one speedway fan now knows about it and will be able to watch it then I think it is justified -
  5. For all speedway fans - The first leg of the Polish Extraleague final between Lublin and Wroclaw is being shown live tomorrow, Thursday, on Freesports starting at 7pm - Which means a chance to watch Woffy, Janowski and Dan Bewley amongst others -
  6. Just had another look at the times for Thursday and Freesports now showing the tv starts from 7pm instead of 7.15pm -
  7. Agree with much of what you post here Waco and you do mention ‘a strong lions team’ - I was very impressed by the professional manner of a well drilled Leicester team who were constantly quick out of the gate and did what they had to do by getting the maximum 4 points on offer - Well done Leicester and good luck in your chase for the title
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    Panthers vs. Tigers 20/09 Live on EUROSPORT

    Scotty still rides the NSS well - I certainly don’t think he hates it and didn’t he finish 5th or 6th in the British Final? - I was lucky to be there in the stands - He had a real good go and the crowd was pleased to applaud him when he came round for a thank you lap after the semi final he was in - Will be very interesting to see how the play offs pan out - Hope the weather gods are speedway fans! -
  9. Just putting in what is on the planner - interestingly at present 7pm - 7.15pm is showing as ‘Freesports: This is Freesports’ - so wiggle room there
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    Redcar Vs Leicester 10/09

    First time I have tried streaming and thought it good value @ £9.99 - I know Glasgow and Edinburgh do this also but more expensive - If this is the way forward for those living away from the track then I would be happy to pay for 3 meetings each week @ £9.99 a pop - Maybe others have ideas about the whole issue? - Getting back to the meeting Leicester much quicker out of the blocks for the first half but a good comeback from Redcar and really good close racing throughout - Pleased that home teams can use a tactical substitute as it made this meeting more exciting for this neutral individual and also in the event of a draw the away team gets a bonus point - Thank you Redcar
  11. BEATTHEBOOKIEBOB

    Newcastle v Birmingham (Champ) 1830 19/09/21

    Thanks guys -
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    Newcastle v Birmingham (Champ) 1830 19/09/21

    ‘four world champions’ John - Can remember Ivan, Ole, Pantomime Villain - who was the fourth please?
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    Wolves v Panthers 13/9

    In the ‘A ‘ fixtures Belle Vue and Peterborough drew at the NSS and later in the day Belle Vue won the away fixture by ten points - And no probs with the track that day - You seem to have forgotten the ‘B’ fixtures where Belle Vue lost at home by four points but in the away fixture ridden on another day Belle Vue won by fourteen points - That makes an overall margin of ten points in favour of Belle Vue in both the ‘A’ and ‘B’ fixtures - Should Peterborough finish top I do not think they will pick Belle Vue based on their previous meetings this season
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