Premier League Pairs could be 'best yet'
PETER Toogood reckons the Premier League Pairs at Somerset this Friday could be the best yet.The British Speedway chairman and former Somerset promoter says the line-up offers a mouth-watering meeting in prospect.
PETER Toogood reckons the Premier League Pairs at Somerset this Friday could be the best yet.
The British Speedway chairman and former Somerset promoter says the line-up offers a mouth-watering meeting in prospect.
It's a perfect way for fans to start the Cardiff weekend with a bumper night of action featuring the Premier League's top stars.
Toogood said: “It's always a good event but when you look at the line-up this has all the makings of a sensational night of racing.
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“In fact it could be the best ever Premier League Pairs event and the venue is fitting because of all the work that's gone in at the Arena.
“I honestly cannot predict a winner, and that's not me just sitting on the fence! I think it will be a terrific night of racing where every rider will give as much effort as those riding in the Millennium Stadium the following night.
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“I hope the riders really show us all everything that's good about our sport. It is a fantastic product.”
Home duo Somerset are represented by Steve Johnston and Emil Kramer but they are sure to be tested in the same group by teenage sensation Darcy Ward and Tomas Topinka of King's Lynn.
And Workington duo Kevin Doolan - top of last year's averages - and Adrian Rymel are sure to be a threat in Group Two.
GROUP 1: King's Lynn (Tomas Topinka, Darcy Ward), Somerset (Steve Johnston, Emil Kramer), Berwick (Michal Makovsky, Josef Franc), Rye House (Linus Sundstrom, Chris Neath), Scunthorpe (Magnus Karlsson, David Howe).
GROUP 2: Glasgow (James Grieves, Shane Parker), Workington (Kevin Doolan, Adrian Rymel), Redcar (Gary Havelock, Ty Proctor), Edinburgh (Ryan Fisher, Andrew Tully), Birmingham (Jason Lyons, Tomasz Piszcz).