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Week Ending APRIL 28, 2018 (UK Only)
FRONT cover star Dan Bewley will head to Berwick next week as one of the pre-meeting favourites for the British Under-21 Championship. Paul Burbidge caught up with the rising talent at Belle Vue on Monday, where Bewley warmed up for his trip to the Borders in fine style with his first Premiership maximum. Also this week, a nine-page tribute to speedway's greatest, Ivan Mauger, following the death of the six-times World Champion in Australia. Plus, report and pictures from grasstrack's European Solo semi-final at Swingfield, all the domestic news across all three British leagues, and much more...

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Week Ending APRIL 28, 2018 (EUROPE)
FRONT cover star Dan Bewley will head to Berwick next week as one of the pre-meeting favourites for the British Under-21 Championship. Paul Burbidge caught up with the rising talent at Belle Vue on Monday, where Bewley warmed up for his trip to the Borders in fine style with his first Premiership maximum. Also this week, a nine-page tribute to speedway's greatest, Ivan Mauger, following the death of the six-times World Champion in Australia. Plus, report and pictures from grasstrack's European Solo semi-final at Swingfield, all the domestic news across all three British leagues, and much more...

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Week Ending APRIL 21, 2018 (UK Only)
SPEEDWAY lost one of its most iconic and legendary figures at the weekend when Ivan Mauger passed away in Australia at the age of 78. We begin our tributes to the six-times World Champion – and one of the sixties and seventies' best-known sporting names – in this week’s Speedway Star. Also in our April 21 edition, an exclusive interview with former Glasgow team boss Stewart Dickson following his departure from Ashfield; Belle Vue’s Max Fricke on his return to full fitness; whilst former World Champion Nicki Pedersen is our Star Guest.

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Week Ending APRIL 21, 2018 (EUROPE)
SPEEDWAY lost one of its most iconic and legendary figures at the weekend when Ivan Mauger passed away in Australia at the age of 78. We begin our tributes to the six-times World Champion – and one of the sixties and seventies' best-known sporting names – in this week’s Speedway Star. Also in our April 21 edition, an exclusive interview with former Glasgow team boss Stewart Dickson following his departure from Ashfield; Belle Vue’s Max Fricke on his return to full fitness; whilst former World Champion Nicki Pedersen is our Star Guest.

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Week Ending APRIL 14, 2018 (UK Only)
IS a return for Test matches on the cards for the British national team? In an exclusive interview with Speedway Star this week, Rob Painter, the new owner of the Great Britain Speedway Team, admits: "We would love to see a return to internationals, although we are not setting any time scales and we are not in a crazy rush. But we do want to see the team together far more than they are at the moment." Also this week, interviews with comeback man Freddie Lindgren - "I went for treatments every morning for two hours. It wasn't any fun at all" - and Berwick signing Aaron Summers - "I guess I can be fairly spectacular at times, but I guess it's good not to be dull" - plus Luke Becker, Craig Cook column and coverage of the final round of the Ice Speedway Gladiators.

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Week Ending APRIL 14, 2018 (EUROPE)
IS a return for Test matches on the cards for the British national team? In an exclusive interview with Speedway Star this week, Rob Painter, the new owner of the Great Britain Speedway Team, admits: "We would love to see a return to internationals, although we are not setting any time scales and we are not in a crazy rush. But we do want to see the team together far more than they are at the moment." Also this week, interviews with comeback man Freddie Lindgren - "I went for treatments every morning for two hours. It wasn't any fun at all" - and Berwick signing Aaron Summers - "I guess I can be fairly spectacular at times, but I guess it's good not to be dull" - plus Luke Becker, Craig Cook column and coverage of the final round of the Ice Speedway Gladiators.

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Week Ending APRIL 7, 2018 (UK Only)
OUR front cover star Chris Holder believes he can see light at the end of what has been a long, dark tunnel over the last 18 months, both on the track and off it. "Speedway isn't my life; it's my job and I really enjoy doing it," he says in a revealing interview in this week’s Speedway Star. "But when my life is getting turned on its head a little bit, it’s not at the top of the pile." Also this week, a fresh start for the British national team; Troy Batchelor on his return to Swindon – and acrimonious departure from King's Lynn; Newcastle’s comeback man Matthew Wethers; plus, we take a trip back in time to the first speedway meeting staged in Scotland... 90 years ago next week.

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Week Ending APRIL 7, 2018 (EUROPE)
OUR front cover star Chris Holder believes he can see light at the end of what has been a long, dark tunnel over the last 18 months, both on the track and off it. "Speedway isn't my life; it's my job and I really enjoy doing it," he says in a revealing interview in this week’s Speedway Star. "But when my life is getting turned on its head a little bit, it’s not at the top of the pile." Also this week, a fresh start for the British national team; Troy Batchelor on his return to Swindon – and acrimonious departure from King's Lynn; Newcastle’s comeback man Matthew Wethers; plus, we take a trip back in time to the first speedway meeting staged in Scotland... 90 years ago next week.

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Week Ending MARCH 31, 2018 (UK Only)
A BUMPER 112 pages for you to savour this week as we look ahead to what's in store throughout the 2018 speedway season. To whet your appetite for a summer of shale-shifting, three-times World Champion Jason Crump runs his exclusive rule over the Grand Prix series and this year's runners and riders; another now-retired Australian star, Davey Watt, casts an expert eye over the Premiership for us; whilst former Premier Leaguer Adam Roynon is your guide to the Championship. Is there anyone more qualified than retiring Birmingham promoter Graham Drury to comment on all things National League? We thought not, so that's why we brought him on board to take a look at the third tier. Plus, all the stats, all the facts and all the fixtures, including our annual comprehensive country-by-country international preview and full grasstrack and longtrack coverage... all for the same price of just £3.

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Week Ending MARCH 31, 2018 (EUROPE)
A BUMPER 112 pages for you to savour this week as we look ahead to what's in store throughout the 2018 speedway season. To whet your appetite for a summer of shale-shifting, three-times World Champion Jason Crump runs his exclusive rule over the Grand Prix series and this year's runners and riders; another now-retired Australian star, Davey Watt, casts an expert eye over the Premiership for us; whilst former Premier Leaguer Adam Roynon is your guide to the Championship. Is there anyone more qualified than retiring Birmingham promoter Graham Drury to comment on all things National League? We thought not, so that's why we brought him on board to take a look at the third tier. Plus, all the stats, all the facts and all the fixtures, including our annual comprehensive country-by-country international preview and full grasstrack and longtrack coverage... all for the same price of just £3.

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Week Ending MARCH 31, 2018 (USA & CANADA)
A BUMPER 112 pages for you to savour this week as we look ahead to what's in store throughout the 2018 speedway season. To whet your appetite for a summer of shale-shifting, three-times World Champion Jason Crump runs his exclusive rule over the Grand Prix series and this year's runners and riders; another now-retired Australian star, Davey Watt, casts an expert eye over the Premiership for us; whilst former Premier Leaguer Adam Roynon is your guide to the Championship. Is there anyone more qualified than retiring Birmingham promoter Graham Drury to comment on all things National League? We thought not, so that's why we brought him on board to take a look at the third tier. Plus, all the stats, all the facts and all the fixtures, including our annual comprehensive country-by-country international preview and full grasstrack and longtrack coverage... all for the same price of just £3.

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Week Ending MARCH 31, 2018 (ROW, AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND)
A BUMPER 112 pages for you to savour this week as we look ahead to what's in store throughout the 2018 speedway season. To whet your appetite for a summer of shale-shifting, three-times World Champion Jason Crump runs his exclusive rule over the Grand Prix series and this year's runners and riders; another now-retired Australian star, Davey Watt, casts an expert eye over the Premiership for us; whilst former Premier Leaguer Adam Roynon is your guide to the Championship. Is there anyone more qualified than retiring Birmingham promoter Graham Drury to comment on all things National League? We thought not, so that's why we brought him on board to take a look at the third tier. Plus, all the stats, all the facts and all the fixtures, including our annual comprehensive country-by-country international preview and full grasstrack and longtrack coverage... all for the same price of just £3.

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Week Ending MARCH 24, 2018 (UK Only)
THE new season is up and running at last - and in this week's Speedway Star, we look ahead to exciting nights for top-flight big guns Belle Vue and Poole, who celebrate their clubs' 90th and 70th anniversaries respectively this weekend. Our front cover star Nick Morris was one of the first riders to take to the track this year – at Belle Vue in Monday’s Charity Shield – and he tells us all about his plans for 2018 at Lakeside and Swindon. Plus, exclusive interview with Exeter legend Scott Autrey, Simon Stead on his 'Last Lap' farewell at Sheffield on Sunday, and all the latest from the Ice Speedway Gladiators with reports and pictures from Inzell.

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Week Ending MARCH 24, 2018 (EUROPE)
THE new season is up and running at last - and in this week's Speedway Star, we look ahead to exciting nights for top-flight big guns Belle Vue and Poole, who celebrate their clubs' 90th and 70th anniversaries respectively this weekend. Our front cover star Nick Morris was one of the first riders to take to the track this year – at Belle Vue in Monday’s Charity Shield – and he tells us all about his plans for 2018 at Lakeside and Swindon. Plus, exclusive interview with Exeter legend Scott Autrey, Simon Stead on his 'Last Lap' farewell at Sheffield on Sunday, and all the latest from the Ice Speedway Gladiators with reports and pictures from Inzell.

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Week Ending MARCH 17, 2018 (UK Only)
IT'S not only the clubs signing riders for the new season – Speedway Star has snapped up British Champion Craig Cook and the Grand Prix debutant makes his bow in this week's edition with his first column of 2018. Also this week, an exclusive interview with Gary Havelock after his shock departure from Championship club Berwick; our final 'Where Are They Now?' of the winter tracks down members of the 1962 Southampton Saints; television presenter Natalie Quirk on speedway's new deal with BT Sport; plus interviews with Glasgow's James Sarjeant and Steve Park of the Swindon management.

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Week Ending MARCH 17, 2018 (EUROPE)
IT'S not only the clubs signing riders for the new season – Speedway Star has snapped up British Champion Craig Cook and the Grand Prix debutant makes his bow in this week's edition with his first column of 2018. Also this week, an exclusive interview with Gary Havelock after his shock departure from Championship club Berwick; our final 'Where Are They Now?' of the winter tracks down members of the 1962 Southampton Saints; television presenter Natalie Quirk on speedway's new deal with BT Sport; plus interviews with Glasgow's James Sarjeant and Steve Park of the Swindon management.

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Week Ending MARCH 10, 2018 (UK Only)
SOME big names from the past, and some top names from the present feature prominently in this week's Speedway Star as the countdown to the new season gathers pace. Phil Crump fathered a World Champion in son Jason, but he wasn't a bad rider in his own right, as a third-in-the-world finish in 1976 would attest. We have a seven-page interview with Crump senior, and have also had a chat with Mildenhall legend Robert Henry. Fast forwarding to today, and our front cover star Patryk Dudek has a big year ahead of him, as does Britain's Steve Worrall... we catch up with the pair of them. Plus: interviews with Laura Morgan, James Shanes and Andy Mellish, and reports and pictures from the latest Ice Gladiators in Berlin.

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Week Ending MARCH 10, 2018 (EUROPE)
SOME big names from the past, and some top names from the present feature prominently in this week's Speedway Star as the countdown to the new season gathers pace. Phil Crump fathered a World Champion in son Jason, but he wasn't a bad rider in his own right, as a third-in-the-world finish in 1976 would attest. We have a seven-page interview with Crump senior, and have also had a chat with Mildenhall legend Robert Henry. Fast forwarding to today, and our front cover star Patryk Dudek has a big year ahead of him, as does Britain's Steve Worrall... we catch up with the pair of them. Plus: interviews with Laura Morgan, James Shanes and Andy Mellish, and reports and pictures from the latest Ice Gladiators in Berlin.

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Week Ending MARCH 3, 2018 (UK Only)
TAI Woffinden is never normally lost for a word or two - and in this week's Speedway Star, we catch up with the double World Champion, who is straight to the point on where he sees his long-term future: "In five more years I will quit. I'm just going to finish what I’m doing and move onto the next chapter. I don't want to be Greg Hancock, I've got a life to live." Read more with the outspoken Tai, including some revelations about Team GB, only in this week's magazine. Plus, we have interviews with GP star Matej Zagar, Edinburgh recruit Matt Williamson, Redcar promoter Kevin Keay, Andy Hague of Speedway Portal and the concluding part of our chat with Mick Holder. Scunthorpe’s Josh Auty is our Star Guest, the winter track reviews come to an end with Championship champions Sheffield, and the Leicester 1983 team are the latest subjects of our Where Are They Now? series.

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Week Ending MARCH 3, 2018 (EUROPE)
TAI Woffinden is never normally lost for a word or two - and in this week's Speedway Star, we catch up with the double World Champion, who is straight to the point on where he sees his long-term future: "In five more years I will quit. I'm just going to finish what I’m doing and move onto the next chapter. I don't want to be Greg Hancock, I've got a life to live." Read more with the outspoken Tai, including some revelations about Team GB, only in this week's magazine. Plus, we have interviews with GP star Matej Zagar, Edinburgh recruit Matt Williamson, Redcar promoter Kevin Keay, Andy Hague of Speedway Portal and the concluding part of our chat with Mick Holder. Scunthorpe’s Josh Auty is our Star Guest, the winter track reviews come to an end with Championship champions Sheffield, and the Leicester 1983 team are the latest subjects of our Where Are They Now? series.

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