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2 hours ago, Gazc said:

Trying to fathom why our team manager let Richie take all his rides when we have a Redcar track specialist in Paul Starke.

Baffiling team management but not surprising nothing against him personally but having a fan run the team has backfired more than once lately.

Starkey not 100% fit.

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5 minutes ago, shazza13 said:

Err what about the workington fans???? Plenty of us there!!!

Apologies -yes there were.

And Sheffield.

Have I missed anyone :D

 

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30 minutes ago, StevePark said:

Starkey not 100% fit.

He would still have scored more than Richie who is having a poor run off form.

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6 minutes ago, Gazc said:

He would still have scored more than Richie who is having a poor run off form.

Only wanted to ride if absolutely needed to, as far as I understood it in the pits today.

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3 hours ago, screm said:

Congratulations to all at Peterborough speedway, in the past they have been accused of being Champions just because they were on their own track, but now they really are worthy Champs.

Interesting to here the comments from fans who were actually about the day in general, parking, facilities, and Redcar as a suitable location.

Great day well organised plenty off extra car parking and additional catering/Pop up Bars/Ice Cream vans etc etc. The track was well prepared and made for some excellent racing right up to the 35th heat. Well done to Kevin Keay for taking this on at Redcar and giving everyone a great day. 

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48 minutes ago, Gazc said:

He would still have scored more than Richie who is having a poor run off form.

Aye, season long.

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1 minute ago, MD said:

Aye, season long.

Was trying to be kind and put a positive spin on it, just like our PR dept.

 

Im sure everything will be fine though ;).

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1 hour ago, Yearbyred said:

Apologies -yes there were.

And Sheffield.

Have I missed anyone :D

 

3 heathens

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Last track done now great day out and thought Redcar did a great job, dusty obviously but without watering every two heats and then the meeting going on all night not much they could have done better. Will definately revisit for a league meeting

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4 hours ago, Mr Blobby said:

Well done Peterborough on their win. 

Fantastic effort from the boys to come 2nd especially with missing the leagues top man.

What happened to Awesome Wells then.

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Was a cracking day out apart from the dust which Redcar couldn’t do anything about with the scorching weather. Some great racing and provides a lot of entertainment!

with everybody saying where this should be held in my opinion the national stadium at Belle Vue is the perfect option, middle of the country, cracking race track and good seating facilities, or is it to obvious to use “the national stadium” to host major shared events?!

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28 minutes ago, beaky11 said:

Was a cracking day out apart from the dust which Redcar couldn’t do anything about with the scorching weather. Some great racing and provides a lot of entertainment!

with everybody saying where this should be held in my opinion the national stadium at Belle Vue is the perfect option, middle of the country, cracking race track and good seating facilities, or is it to obvious to use “the national stadium” to host major shared events?!

I take it geography wasn't you're strongest subject at school then.

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Posted (edited)

He's  more accurate than you think as he said "middle of the Country" not England...if one thinks of U.K.

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4 minutes ago, Icicle said:

He's  more accurate than you think as he said "middle of the Country" not England...if one thinks of U.K.

Exactly, if you think of the locations of the teams that race in this league then it is probably the fairest location for all teams

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