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  1. Wolverhampton v Rye House 16/4/18

    I was at Eastbourne last Saturday, where the track was still tricky despite a few days of dry weather.
  2. It's hard to argue with that.
  3. Wolverhampton v Rye House 16/4/18

    I'm not a rye fan, but I am a hoddesdon regular just giving my opinion. My team Wimbledon closed years ago, and we had plenty of poor results!
  4. Wolverhampton v Rye House 16/4/18

    Rye should have moved back to the middle tier. Saturday night racing with more local derbies is a no brainer really. The team is too old and too expensive, coupled with the awful facilities at hoddesdon, it's a recipe for disaster.
  5. RIP Ivan Mauger OBE

    RIP Ivan. I travelled with the great man on his farewell tour to Poland in 1985, when he treated me like one of his family. There will never be another rider like Ivan, who took the sport to another level.
  6. Coventry v Eastbourne 15-04-18

    It's a shame, but the majority of fans don't travel in dodgy weather anymore, and who can blame them.
  7. I'm not cookies greatest fan, but no one can accuse him of not running a slick meeting. Ok it started a bit late, but there is no interval at arena and swift tractor breaks, which is greatly appreciated by us fans from south of the river.
  8. British Under 21

    Taking over the brummies might end up an expensive mistake!
  9. Isle Of Wight 2018

    Well I was there on Thursday, and thoroughly enjoyed it. I was a little concerned with the fog on the Solent, but luckily it lifted inland. Young Ben was involved with some great scraps with Danny ayres, which provided great entertainment!
  10. Kent 2018

    Kent kings, now there is a name from the past. When does the home season start, last week in April. Must be a record for uncle Len!
  11. Long standing fans know the deal on rain offs, it's a risk we all take. Casual punters and newbies will feel ripped off and might not come again. What I saw the other night was not worth £2 per race of my hard earned money.
  12. My earliest memory was seeing Steve bast ride for Wembley in 1970. I was only a nipper at the the time, but I'm sure his stay was very brief!.
  13. The track was wet before the start, and visibility was deteriorating all the time. The decision to have a tractor break after heat 4 probably scuppered any chance of getting a result.
  14. Thanks for the updates.
  15. Some wet stuff on the way. Any updates will be appreciated.