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SON 2021 finals Sat/Sun 16th/17th Oct- FINALS START AT 4PM BOTH DAYS

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Just got back in from the meeting, not the best ever meeting from the NSS but still a great nights entertainment...

These lads really do put EVERYTHING on the line at this level...

Saw Tai's crash from the top row of the Monster Rig and feared the worst given the angle and the hellish speed he went into the fence...

Great to see him walk away...

All to play for tomorrow if Tai is fit..,

You only need to get to the semi and Robert and Tai are more than capable of delivering no lasts in that race...

And then to the Final, and who knows what may happen? Even the best can be a nano second off at the start...

 Met plenty of Poles tonight, who certainly enjoyed themsleves, :D, and a fair few from around the country..

Proper Speedway atmosphere on the 3rd and 4th bend Nige... :t:

 

 

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1 minute ago, HenryW said:

You have to feel a bit sorry for the French.

Well, they didn't surrender...

Can I say that? :blush:

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Those that want Bewley in, I expect them to get their wish tomorrow, Woffinden looking VERY 2nd hand after.

shame about the track, not great, very slick and the racing showed it wasn’t prepared how it deserves to be

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12 minutes ago, HenryW said:

You have to feel a bit sorry for the French.

There's many reasons to feel sorry for the French for... yet I never do :lol:

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can anyone provide the time for heat 21?

Not certain what he said…please clarify if posssible

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2 minutes ago, Bruiser said:

So Dan Bewley can ride if Tai can’t tomorrow I hear  ?

Yes. You can make changes due to injury.

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1 minute ago, Fromafar said:

Smarzlik was on cruise control most of the meeting.

Watching him tonight makes you realise how good he is....

But also how good Laguta must have been this year to beat him... 

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2 minutes ago, mikebv said:

Watching him tonight makes you realise how good he is....

But also how good Laguta must have been this year to beat him... 

Agree,but I reckon in match race on a decent track Smarzlik would probably beat him 8 out of 10.IMO

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3 minutes ago, Fromafar said:

Agree,but I reckon in match race on a decent track Smarzlik would probably beat him 8 out of 10.IMO

Depends how many of those races were in Poland :lol:

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32 minutes ago, iainb said:

I thought the racing was pretty good too... it's just that the track was a bit 1 liney after around 10 races. 

There's no practice tomorrow it's there?

Not according to the programme.

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So nice to see Natalie back presenting, no disrespect but Abi & Charlie just don’t cut it imho!

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Laguta is the better starter and this year was ultra fast when in front .the thing for me that got him the world title was this year, he upped his game showed more aggression and actually passed riders  the sad thing is the Russian s should be at Manchester in the final ?

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