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  1. Alan_Jones

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    Workington have signed BWD assuming he is on his full 6 point average with no reduction. Although the AGM PR said all ex-NL riders qualify it's been suggested that it only applies to those that meet the current British passport and ACU licence requirement. BWD qualified by patriality in 2015 which is why he was assessed at 5 rather than 3 and that situation no longer applies.
  2. Alan_Jones

    Belle Vue 2019

    Guest for any of the top 3 then as you say.
  3. Alan_Jones

    Belle Vue 2019

    It's top 3.
  4. Alan_Jones

    Eastbourne 2019

    No relation to Oliver Berntzon then?
  5. Alan_Jones

    Commentator of the Year

    From the make up of the shortlists it looks like the King's Lynn nomination was for its stock car presence. With Mount Panorama on the list it's hard to believe that any other track got a look in but it only came 8th of 10. The only speedway relevance I could see was Drew Kemp in the Young Rider category who was 10th.
  6. Alan_Jones

    Somerset 2019

    He did.
  7. Alan_Jones

    2019 Championship Confirmed Signings

    King & Howarth get the reduction as does Harris for Somerset. Latest info is that it's only British riders with NL & CL experience, so basically everyone except Scott Nicholls.
  8. Alan_Jones

    Wolves 2019

    Those are without the 2.5% reduction for British riders.
  9. Alan_Jones

    AGM November 2018

    The final averages are out @ http://www.speedwaygb.co.uk/request.php?430 and they've quite helpfully listed the 3 pointers as 3 pointers...
  10. Alan_Jones

    Final NL Averages 2018

    The full file path is http://www.speedwaygb.co.uk/request.php?430
  11. Alan_Jones

    Peterborough Panthers 2019

    It used to be for the first 3 years after moving up from the NL but now appears to apply to all British riders that have ever been in the NL or CL.
  12. Alan_Jones

    Workington 2019

    Forget that, I was totally wrong. I didn't read down far enough. Doh!!!
  13. Alan_Jones

    Workington 2019

    Not true though. Poor wording of the rule means that riders that have previously ridden in the league due to patriality would still be eligible. The British passport and ACU licence stipulation only applies to riders new to the league. We know what they mean but it's not what they say.
  14. Alan_Jones

    AGM November 2018

    I'd guess actual average between 2 and 3 and assessed 2 below that.
  15. Alan_Jones

    Belle Vue 2019

    The 15th, to be pedantic, or the 8th if Easter is early, even more so.
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