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As Scott was allowed to be a guest last season, can he be a guest this season? If he can still be a guest, what is there to stop a Team using him for every one of their meetings.

 

He was allowed to guest last season because he was allowed to ride in the CL. If the rule eventually stands then he won't be able to.

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Strange how its not affected James Shanes, who only rode SGBP for Poole in 2017 apart from (like Scotty) a few end-of-season guest bookings in the SGBC!!?

 

James has been allowed to sign for Sheffield - not sure yet if he will be doubling up/down or not?!  Must be an 'age' thing or the fact that the Sheffield promoter is now on the MC???!

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Just now, Skidder1 said:

Strange how its not affected James Shanes, who only rode SGBP for Poole in 2017 apart from (like Scotty) a few end-of-season guest bookings in the SGBC!!?

 

James has been allowed to sign for Sheffield - not sure yet if he will be doubling up/down or not?!  Must be an 'age' thing or the fact that the Sheffield promoter is now on the MC???!

It only affects riders with a top flight average of 6 and over Skidder1. 

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39 minutes ago, Skidder1 said:

Strange how its not affected James Shanes, who only rode SGBP for Poole in 2017 apart from (like Scotty) a few end-of-season guest bookings in the SGBC!!?

 

James has been allowed to sign for Sheffield - not sure yet if he will be doubling up/down or not?!  Must be an 'age' thing or the fact that the Sheffield promoter is now on the MC???!

No, it's because it only applies to those with a PL average over 6.

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i see in the speedy star this week   looking at the situation again which hopefully it allows  scot and eddie to double down

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20 minutes ago, ray c said:

i see in the speedy star this week   looking at the situation again which hopefully it allows  scot and eddie to double down

A bit unfair on Lakeside if they do - as they were planning to use both!

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25 minutes ago, ray c said:

i see in the speedy star this week   looking at the situation again which hopefully it allows  scot and eddie to double down

I think Peterborough were after Scott.

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4 minutes ago, Steve0 said:

A bit unfair on Lakeside if they do - as they were planning to use both!

Which then had a domino effect on Sheffield and Berwick it seems

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On 15/12/2017 at 2:07 PM, Alan_Jones said:

No, it's because it only applies to those with a PL average over 6.

its something to do with average above a 6 in pl and didnt ride in championship to gain a average last year

harris can ride in both because he rode last year in championship

something like that anyway

 

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