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Lambert really has done well this season and come on well after a not so great 2017. He just needs to continue his improvement, especially his gating. Certainly has the speed and passing ability. Would like to see him get a wild card for the GPs next season as the second Brit. 

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5 hours ago, Fromafar said:

If there is to be 2nd Brit he deserves a shot.IMO

But for misfortune in round 1 he would be European Champion. I feel he could ruffle a few feathers in the gp's.

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29 minutes ago, customhouseregular said:

But for misfortune in round 1 he would be European Champion. I feel he could ruffle a few feathers in the gp's.

So would Maxim Drabik (2017 under 21 world champ, runner up 2018) and Bartosz Smetkala (2018 World under 21 champion and runner up 2017) but because they Polish they not even going to get a sniff at the senior world championship unless they qualify through the Challenge.

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10 minutes ago, OveFundinFan said:

So would Maxim Drabik (2017 under 21 world champ, runner up 2018) and Bartosz Smetkala (2018 World under 21 champion and runner up 2017) but because they Polish they not even going to get a sniff at the senior world championship unless they qualify through the Challenge.

Very true.

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15 minutes ago, OveFundinFan said:

So would Maxim Drabik (2017 under 21 world champ, runner up 2018) and Bartosz Smetkala (2018 World under 21 champion and runner up 2017) but because they Polish they not even going to get a sniff at the senior world championship unless they qualify through the Challenge.

It's a World Championship, not a Polish one. Although with four riders and three rounds you might sometimes wonder.

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Can't help thinking if the top 3 in the u21s replaced the top 3 in the gp challenge it would be for the better. They may struggle at times but they don't seem to care for reputations

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everybody  should have to qualify every year for the GP   no more of this wildcard bullrubbish

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I think he would benefit from another years experience before being in the gp's in 2020.

 

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On 9/29/2018 at 9:52 AM, Gunner85 said:

British Speedway is at last on the way up..... Robert Lambert , Dan Bewley, Drew Kemp ,Kyle Bickley plus others..... all looking like British success is on it’s way.

A big thank you to Neil Vatcher for doing a tremendous job with the BYC which is bringing a steady conveyor belt of British talent

 

It very much remains to be seen if any of these names progress on to become more than 2nd Division level talent, with the exception of Lambert who does seem to be making great progress. Don't forget we've seen lots of names over the years fail to realise their true potential. Whether that be through lack of ambition or lack of opportunity.

Well done Lambo!

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9 minutes ago, iainb said:

It very much remains to be seen if any of these names progress on to become more than 2nd Division level talent, with the exception of Lambert who does seem to be making great progress. Don't forget we've seen lots of names over the years fail to realise their true potential. Whether that be through lack of ambition or lack of opportunity.

Well done Lambo!

I think Bewley already has, he does well in Poland too.

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1 minute ago, foamfence said:

I think Bewley already has, he does well in Poland too.

Yes... But Bridger did well in Poland for a while. Do you know what League Dan is riding in, in Poland?

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36 minutes ago, iainb said:

Yes... But Bridger did well in Poland for a while. Do you know what League Dan is riding in, in Poland?

Rybnik, league1. Bridger had issues other than his riding ability.

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