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Week Ending DECEMBER 15, 2018 (UK Only)
GARY Havelock will be back in speedway next season – and in this week's Speedway Star, we have an exclusive interview with the 1992 World Champion following his appointment as coach of his home-town team Redcar in the Championship. "Strangely enough, I feel even more affinity to speedway at Redcar than I probably did at Cleveland Park. I've done more with the club at the end of my career than probably at the start," says Havvy. Also this week, we talk to Slovakian GP star Martin Vaculik, retiring Poole co-promoter Gordon Pairman, Aussie Kevin Doolan on his life in Britain, Eric Boocock reflects on his night of glory in part five of our Potted History of the British Championship, plus the Newcastle track review.

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Week Ending DECEMBER 15, 2018 (EUROPE)
GARY Havelock will be back in speedway next season – and in this week's Speedway Star, we have an exclusive interview with the 1992 World Champion following his appointment as coach of his home-town team Redcar in the Championship. "Strangely enough, I feel even more affinity to speedway at Redcar than I probably did at Cleveland Park. I've done more with the club at the end of my career than probably at the start," says Havvy. Also this week, we talk to Slovakian GP star Martin Vaculik, retiring Poole co-promoter Gordon Pairman, Aussie Kevin Doolan on his life in Britain, Eric Boocock reflects on his night of glory in part five of our Potted History of the British Championship, plus the Newcastle track review.

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Week Ending DECEMBER 8, 2018 (UK Only)
"They had been told Ricky would never make a decision on his own, would never walk again and would never ride a bike. He has done all those things now." We have a heart-warming tale in this week's Speedway Star for you with the exclusive story of Ricky Ashworth's return to two-wheeled action for the first time since the serious accident in 2013 that ended his speedway career and so nearly took his life too. We also catch up with GP star Patryk Dudek, who is working his way back to full fitness following his season-ending crash; Jayne Moss explains Buxton's reasoning for dropping out of the National League; and King's Lynn fans can relive the Stars' best season for many a year in this week's track review. All that and much more – including the marathon-running Premiership promoter – in another packed edition of your favourite speedway weekly, on sale Thursday.

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Week Ending DECEMBER 8, 2018 (EUROPE)
"They had been told Ricky would never make a decision on his own, would never walk again and would never ride a bike. He has done all those things now." We have a heart-warming tale in this week's Speedway Star for you with the exclusive story of Ricky Ashworth's return to two-wheeled action for the first time since the serious accident in 2013 that ended his speedway career and so nearly took his life too. We also catch up with GP star Patryk Dudek, who is working his way back to full fitness following his season-ending crash; Jayne Moss explains Buxton's reasoning for dropping out of the National League; and King's Lynn fans can relive the Stars' best season for many a year in this week's track review. All that and much more – including the marathon-running Premiership promoter – in another packed edition of your favourite speedway weekly, on sale Thursday.

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Week Ending DECEMBER 1, 2018 (UK Only)
"I'M not injury prone. I've been racing for a decade and had two knocks. They just happen to have been pretty big ones." So says Lewis Kerr, who is hitting the gym in a bid to get back to peak fitness ahead of his track return next season. Lewis talks exclusively to Speedway Star in this week's edition. Also in Thursday's issue, interviews with a rider on his way out of the sport – Dane Patrick Hougaard, who has announced his retirement – and another just setting out on the road to what he hopes will be superstardom, British prospect Drew Kemp. Plus, part three of our Potted History of the British Championship, 'Where Are They Now?' returns with the 1980 Oxford Cheetahs, track reviews on Wolverhampton and Plymouth... and plenty more in another jam-packed edition.

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Week Ending DECEMBER 1, 2018 (EUROPE)
"I'M not injury prone. I've been racing for a decade and had two knocks. They just happen to have been pretty big ones." So says Lewis Kerr, who is hitting the gym in a bid to get back to peak fitness ahead of his track return next season. Lewis talks exclusively to Speedway Star in this week's edition. Also in Thursday's issue, interviews with a rider on his way out of the sport – Dane Patrick Hougaard, who has announced his retirement – and another just setting out on the road to what he hopes will be superstardom, British prospect Drew Kemp. Plus, part three of our Potted History of the British Championship, 'Where Are They Now?' returns with the 1980 Oxford Cheetahs, track reviews on Wolverhampton and Plymouth... and plenty more in another jam-packed edition.

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Week Ending NOVEMBER 24, 2018 (UK Only)
AT the end of one of the most important weeks in British speedway's recent history, we have full coverage of the sport's AGM, including reaction to the news of top-flight returns for Ipswich and Peterborough, and Championship speedway once again for Leicester and Somerset. Interviews with Jon Cook on the demise of Lakeside and a possible second-tier revival at Eastbourne, Laura Morgan on Workington's survival and the latest on Swindon's long-running stadium saga. Plus, National League season review, part two of our Potted History of the British Championship, Tom Bacon interview and track reviews on Redcar and Mildenhall.

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Week Ending NOVEMBER 24, 2018 (EUROPE)
AT the end of one of the most important weeks in British speedway's recent history, we have full coverage of the sport's AGM, including reaction to the news of top-flight returns for Ipswich and Peterborough, and Championship speedway once again for Leicester and Somerset. Interviews with Jon Cook on the demise of Lakeside and a possible second-tier revival at Eastbourne, Laura Morgan on Workington's survival and the latest on Swindon's long-running stadium saga. Plus, National League season review, part two of our Potted History of the British Championship, Tom Bacon interview and track reviews on Redcar and Mildenhall.

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Week Ending NOVEMBER 17, 2018 (UK Only)
FRONT cover man Peter Kildemand opens up to Speedway Star this week about his racing career, life in England, injuries, the Grand Prix series... and fellow Dane Nicki Pedersen. "To be fair, I am okay with Nicki personally, but he is a hard guy when he's in the team and he really takes a lot of attention away from the other riders,” says Kildemand. Also this week, our Potted History of the British Championship series gets underway with part one as we talk to a rider who appeared in the first race of the first British Final, plus Glasgow track review, Dan Gilkes, Justin Sedgmen, Peter Morrey tribute and former Edinburgh star Blair Scott on his battle against drug addiction.

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Week Ending NOVEMBER 17, 2018 (EUROPE)
FRONT cover man Peter Kildemand opens up to Speedway Star this week about his racing career, life in England, injuries, the Grand Prix series... and fellow Dane Nicki Pedersen. "To be fair, I am okay with Nicki personally, but he is a hard guy when he's in the team and he really takes a lot of attention away from the other riders,” says Kildemand. Also this week, our Potted History of the British Championship series gets underway with part one as we talk to a rider who appeared in the first race of the first British Final, plus Glasgow track review, Dan Gilkes, Justin Sedgmen, Peter Morrey tribute and former Edinburgh star Blair Scott on his battle against drug addiction.

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Week Ending NOVEMBER 10, 2018 (UK Only)
STAND by for a thought-provoking edition of your favourite speedway weekly as we look ahead to the BSPA's annual conference next week. In a wide-ranging series of interviews with people both inside and outside the sport, there is plenty of straight-talking in an attempt to get to the nub of some of the sport's most pressing issues. Here, for instance is referee Graham Flint on speedway’s rulebook: "My way of thinking is the current rulebook needs tearing up and needs to be re-written. That isn’t a two minute job and isn't a five minute job, and it shouldn’t come from one person. There should be a working party that works on it so we should get people from all areas to start to work on a new rulebook and produce a new one." Plus, read the thoughts of David Howe, Chris Harris, Mark Lemon, Alun Rossiter, Chris Louis, Terry Russell, Kelvin Tatum, Stuart Kellie, Scott Mitchell, Dale Allitt, Damien Bates and David Hoggart – and journalist Tomasz Lorek on the state of speedway in Poland.

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Week Ending NOVEMBER 10, 2018 (EUROPE)
STAND by for a thought-provoking edition of your favourite speedway weekly as we look ahead to the BSPA's annual conference next week. In a wide-ranging series of interviews with people both inside and outside the sport, there is plenty of straight-talking in an attempt to get to the nub of some of the sport's most pressing issues. Here, for instance is referee Graham Flint on speedway’s rulebook: "My way of thinking is the current rulebook needs tearing up and needs to be re-written. That isn’t a two minute job and isn't a five minute job, and it shouldn’t come from one person. There should be a working party that works on it so we should get people from all areas to start to work on a new rulebook and produce a new one." Plus, read the thoughts of David Howe, Chris Harris, Mark Lemon, Alun Rossiter, Chris Louis, Terry Russell, Kelvin Tatum, Stuart Kellie, Scott Mitchell, Dale Allitt, Damien Bates and David Hoggart – and journalist Tomasz Lorek on the state of speedway in Poland.

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Week Ending NOVEMBER 3, 2018 (UK Only)
WORKINGTON fans are basking in the glow of an unprecedented League, Cup and Shield treble – and can celebrate the most successful season in the club's history this week by grabbing a copy of Speedway Star! We have full coverage of the Comets' KO Cup success over Scunthorpe, their Grand Final triumph over Lakeside and the Shield victory over the Hammers on Monday night that completed a unique hat-trick. But it's not all Comets, Comets, Comets... Eastbourne fans can savour their National League title, we have interviews with Craig Cook, Lewis Rose and retiring referee Graham Reeve, and Off the Beaten Track reveals the identity of the Championship rider who's been dabbling in stock-car racing!

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Week Ending NOVEMBER 3, 2018 (EUROPE)
WORKINGTON fans are basking in the glow of an unprecedented League, Cup and Shield treble – and can celebrate the most successful season in the club's history this week by grabbing a copy of Speedway Star! We have full coverage of the Comets' KO Cup success over Scunthorpe, their Grand Final triumph over Lakeside and the Shield victory over the Hammers on Monday night that completed a unique hat-trick. But it's not all Comets, Comets, Comets... Eastbourne fans can savour their National League title, we have interviews with Craig Cook, Lewis Rose and retiring referee Graham Reeve, and Off the Beaten Track reveals the identity of the Championship rider who's been dabbling in stock-car racing!

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