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Week Ending FEBRUARY 24, 2018 (UK Only)
"I'll have to ride that bit harder now and earn more money. I've got more mouths to feed!" says father-to-be Chris Harris in this week's Speedway Star as the countdown to the new season, as well as impending fatherhood, continues. Our front cover star tells Paul Burbidge about his move to Glasgow, return to Rye House and Team GB in this week's edition. Plus, interviews with the Holder family patriarch Mick, Berwick co-promoter Scott Courtney and female rider Steph Whitlock. As our winter track review series draws to a close, we feature Premiership champions Swindon and the King's Lynn Young Stars' curtailed National League campaign, whilst Brian Burford attempts to pinpoint the origins of the sport.

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Week Ending FEBRUARY 17, 2018 (UK Only)
HAPPY birthday to you, happy birthday to you, happy birthday dear speedway, happy birthday to you… at 66 years old, Speedway Star is a mere youngster compared to the sport itself, which celebrates its 90th this week. In this week's edition, we honour the occasion by reminiscing with Star founder and first editor Eric Linden, who is still going strong at the age of 92, and look back at the historic first-ever meeting at High Beech in February, 1928. At the other end of the age scale, our front cover star, teenager Jack Parkinson-Blackburn, looks ahead to the new season next month; we trace the 1987 Coventry Bees team; talk to Gary Havelock and Garry Stead ahead of the Ben Fund Bonanza; whilst this week's track review takes a look back at Ipswich's 2017 campaign.

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Week Ending FEBRUARY 10, 2018 (UK Only)
HE may be younger than Greg Hancock, but he will still be the oldest rider racing in the British leagues when the new season gets underway next month. Our front cover star Stuart Robson has been turning his bike sideways for nigh on a quarter of a century now and is still going strong for Rye House and Newcastle as the 2018 campaign approaches. Read what the ever-green, ever-popular Robbo has to say in this week's edition. We also have an interview with Swede Linus Sundstrom, a returnee to the British scene this year; features on the Hagon family and Johnnie Hoskins; the Peterborough and Isle of Wight track reviews; plus much more in another packed issue.

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Week Ending FEBRUARY 3, 2018 (UK Only)
"Five years ago, no one would ever have given me a chance of becoming World Champion." But now Jason Doyle is officially the best speedway rider on the planet – and in this week's Speedway Star, we have an exclusive interview with the Australian star who talks about his rise to the top, married life and his hopes for the future. Also this week, the men who discovered Jason Doyle; ex-Wimbledon and Eastbourne chief Russell Lanning on speedway and publicity; 'Mr. Wembley' Arthur Elvin; interviews with Ty Proctor and Laurence Rogers; Scunthorpe and Eastbourne track reviews; and the fight to save Coventry Speedway.

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Week Ending JANUARY 27, 2018 (UK Only)
A BIG year looms for our front cover man Steve Worrall, who will be back at top flight Belle Vue, at pastures new in the Championship donning Scunthorpe colours, and looking to make himself one of the first names on Great Britain manager Alun Rossiter’s team sheet. "It's important for me to build on that international experience I got last year and get more experience if I can. I proved to Rosco that I can compete at that level, but I also proved it to myself which was a big part of it," says Worrall. Read more with the Merseysider in this week's edition. Plus... interview with Lewis Kerr, track review on National League Plymouth, Behind the Helmet with Mark Riss, Craig Cook is our Star Guest and Rob Peasley tracks down the Wimbledon team of 1988.

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Week Ending JANUARY 20, 2018 (UK Only)
HE may be back in the Grand Prix series, but don't expect to see Nicki Pedersen donning the red and white of Denmark on the international stage this summer. "I always say 'never say never' but at the moment, the way they're running the squad and the way they’re running the system, I don't want to be involved in that," is the verdict of the three-times World Champion. Read more with Nicki in this week’s Speedway Star, in which we also have interviews with GP newcomer Przemyslaw Pawlicki, Sheffield and Leicester promoter Damien Bates, the retiring Joe Jacobs and Morten Risager, and Max Clegg. Our winter track reviews spotlight Poole and the Belle Vue Colts and Jacob Thorssell of Wolverhampton is our Star Guest columnist.

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Week Ending JANUARY 13, 2018 (UK Only)
IT promises to be a busy year for our front cover star Robert Lambert – and one of his top priorities is to see British speedway taking some positive steps in the right direction. "Being British, I want the best for British speedway," he says. "I'm also very passionate about Team GB and about being successful, but this will only be done when there is help from promoters and British speedway itself." Also this week, Zach Wajtknecht interview, Somerset and Workington track reviews, part two of our chat with ex-Newcastle and Swindon man Mark Thorpe, on the trail of the 1974 Exeter Falcons – plus speedway’s first 100-year-old rider!

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Week Ending JANUARY 6, 2018 (UK Only)
HEADING back to British racing this summer will be American star Gino Manzares, whose two-year absence will come to an end when he hooks up with new club Scunthorpe in the Championship at the beginning of the season. In this week's Speedway Star, our front cover man talks about his big plans to get his career right back on track. Also this week, interviews with Wolverhampton team boss Peter Adams, ex-Kiwi star Mark Thorpe, Swindon legend Mike Broadbank and reigning Australian Champion Sam Masters ahead of his defence of the title which gets underway this weekend. Plus: track review on Leicester and the big-spending Pole who has lofty ambitions for third tier Rzeszow.

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