Speedway boss hails Super7even Series

BRITISH Speedway chairman Peter Toogood has labelled this year's Super7even series a massive success.Toogood was on hand to present the Elite League Best Pairs trophy to Poole after their dramatic win at Eastbourne in the fifth event of the year.

BRITISH Speedway chairman Peter Toogood has labelled this year's Super7even series a massive success.

Toogood was on hand to present the Elite League Best Pairs trophy to Poole after their dramatic win at Eastbourne in the fifth event of the year.

And going into the respective league individual championships at Sheffield in September and Coventry on October, Toogood has revealed some encouraging news.

He said: “The series has been very well attended by fans throughout the country so far and as a sport we have to be delighted with that.


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“I would like to thank the supporters for their backing of the five events to date, most of which have seen increased attendance levels on last year.

“Now we have the Premier League Riders' Championship to look forward to at Sheffield on September 27 and that's an event which is always well attended.

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“And I would like to congratulate Eastbourne on a successful staging of the Elite League Pairs. It also came over superbly on TV.”

In an additional major event, Coventry host the Grand Prix Challenge on Friday, September 18, with the top three riders securing a GP spot in the 2010 series. The action starts at 8pm.

Super 7even Series 2009

British U21 Final: Lakeside - Lewis Bridger

British Final: Poole - Chris Harris

Premier League Pairs: Somerset - Birmingham

Premier League Fours: Workington - Workington

Elite League Pairs: Eastbourne - Poole

Premier League Riders' Championship: Sheffield, Sunday September 27

Elite League Riders' Championship: Coventry, Friday October 2

Plus: 2009 Grand Prix Challenge: Coventry, Friday September 18

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