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  1. Looked on Cradley website and can't see any line up anywhere, can't see anything in NTional League section and nothing here. Anyone have the the line up as people won't go if they don't know who is riding or if it's on as the only thing on website says its at 7.30 Monday night
  2. Nightmare round for me. Pedersen less than 7, Laguta more than 10 and Doyle more than 10 ..... Thought I might get saved by Ljung on less than until his last two rides .
  3. Doyle 8 - 10 50 More Laguta 8 - 10 50 More Pedersen 7 - 9 50 Less Ljung 5 - 7 50 Less
  4. INCOGNITO

    Wolves 2018

    Teams build to Premiership averages upto around 35 and if you want to go top heavy fine as some like Berwick, Peterborough etc will go balanced with six and five point riders mainly
  5. INCOGNITO

    Wolves 2018

    With only seven teams chasing the top four places, Leicester are all but out of it and both Wolves and Belle Vue need away wins to get into the play offs. With the away trips Wolves still have to ride it looks unlikely they will get those points away and Belle Vue still have to come to Monmore which could see them leap frog Wolves. Somerset, Poole, Swindon in the top four and Kings Lynn carrying on home form should complete the play off teams with only Belle Vue having a chance of stopping a Southern competition for the title . Bring on next year and one league to give some variety and affordable weekly action for both clubs and fans. Thorssell, Schelin, 5.00, Becker, Morris, Greaves, Clegg should be the sort of team all tracks should be looking at to make it viable financially.
  6. INCOGNITO

    NO WORD FROM THE BSPA

    55 points x2 is 110 and not many teams would reach that amount on aggregate. Plus if one team is getting 110 points over two meetings the other is only getting about 75 points Easier if the home track paid all the riders on that night or via bank transfers a few days after. £100 a point is far too much as many riders no where near that and the ones that are have to decide if they can afford to drop Britain offering them forty odd matches where these sort of riders can earn £1,000 a night riding for £50 a point and £50 start money and £100 appearance fee. A score of 12+1 from five rides would therefore get £650 plus £250 plus £100 = £1,000. Even a reserve scoring one point from three rides would get £300 a meeting. Any extra money can be achieved by sponsorship either through the rider or club. One league does not n mean you have to change to six rider teams as bringing in NL reserves and a few riders from Sween, Denmark, Germany etc is easily capable of getting enough riders to cover all tracks entering the league. At present we have 17 tracks with a dark cloud over a few but hopefully going to preferred race nights again can keep some running and also get Rye House back. Even with two tracks moving up from the NL to run at this Championship level, twenty teams is 140 riders which is obtainable. If you can get twenty tracks, that's 19 home and 19 away minimum giving weekly fixtures and a varied list of teams and riders coming to your track instead of the same ones repeated a few weeks after the first visit. It also gives a host of British riders a chance to progress and at least earn some money to make ends meet as they move up the skill ladder.
  7. INCOGNITO

    Wolves 2018

    He wasn't officially a GP rider so escaped the ruling as he was a standby reserve plus look he he rode for Can't help thinking Belle Vue have gained the better option in getting Mark Riss who Wolves know and was popular plus they have him at reserve while Wolves have Jonas B Andersen in the main body of the team. Logistics stopped a new rider coming in to a team where Masters and Thorssell have little problem in getting backwards and forwards each week but think the main reason was they wanted Moris at reserve. 
  8. INCOGNITO

    Betting in 2018

    Where do you get the bets for these meetings ?
  9. INCOGNITO

    Wolves 2018

    Any GP current or recent will be reassessed at 8.00 unless they rode here in 2017 so Pawlicki (both) would be 8.00
  10. INCOGNITO

    Wolves 2018

    Like I said, even if it was Pawlicki the team would be under the limit so within the rules not saying it would be Pawlicki but 8.54 Schlein, 8.13 Masters, 8.00 Pawlicki, 7.87 Thorssell, 4.37 Morris, 3.30 Greaves, 2.00 Clegg - Total 42.21 using Bjerre 7.54 or Kildemand 7.10 would make that total even lower
  11. INCOGNITO

    Wolves 2018

    This change would put them under 42.5 so can happen if riders available
  12. INCOGNITO

    Wolves 2018

    Pawlicki on 8.00 and a 2.00 rider would be under the limit and while he has had a mixed season, maybe some extra meetings may help him get back on form but you also have the likes of Kenneth Bjerre or Peter Kildemand more likely and can win races away which has been a problem for Wolves on away tracks. Heeps has has been the big let down as he came in as a five plus rider that needed to be pushing six to seven but is struggling to maintain a four average and his recent high scores were mainly gained by beating weak reserves To make the play offs Wolves need to really win two of their remaining away meetings especially when you see Belle Vue still have to go to Leicester and a win there would put Wolves down to sixth place in a league of just seven
  13. INCOGNITO

    NO WORD FROM THE BSPA

    MUSHROOM STATUS Keep em in the dark and feed them xxxx
  14. INCOGNITO

    NO WORD FROM THE BSPA

    It's not just the sport that is the reason people are leaving but also the cost. By lowering the wages paid it can be lower admission prices and it will see an increase in crowds. By getting a bigger crowd you sell more at food outlets, create more atmosphere and more people talking about they night they had out at the speedway. At £18 for adults you are not going to gain new people and judging by the age of lots of fans, many qualify for the £13 concessions now. Yes but foreign riders will be on assessed averages not 3.00 and with current Premiership riders in if you make a list of current riders here and add a number of new riders from abroad and the NL then 35 is a realistic figure. At the end of year season when averages are finished you can work it out but if it has to be 34 then so be it as long as it's fair to ALL tracks and British riders get more places, especially at reserve OUTSIDER - just reading through your post about four teams in two events So going on your example of Scunthorpe, heat one and both Scunny riders get wiped out and unable to continue .... Match over also your are increasing the away matches by three but only one home match to create income. Only way around this is home track pays all riders on a set pay rate of £50 a point and £50 a start
  15. INCOGNITO

    NO WORD FROM THE BSPA

    It's not just the sport that is the reason people are leaving but also the cost. By lowering the wages paid it can be lower admission prices and it will see an increase in crowds. By getting a bigger crowd you sell more at food outlets, create more atmosphere and more people talking about they night they had out at the speedway. At £18 for adults you are not going to gain new people and judging by the age of lots of fans, many qualify for the £13 concessions now. Yes but foreign riders will be on assessed averages not 3.00 and with current Premiership riders in if you make a list of current riders here and add a number of new riders from abroad and the NL then 35 is a realistic figure. At the end of year season when averages are finished you can work it out but if it has to be 34 then so be it as long as it's fair to ALL tracks and British riders get more places, especially at reserve
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