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Week Ending AUGUST 26, 2017 (UK Only)
WILL Britain have two riders in the Grand Prix series again next season? It looks a distinct possibility after Belle Vue and Workington star Craig Cook produced one of the finest performances of his career to finish fourth in the GP Challenge in Russia last weekend. Only the top three qualified directly to the 2018 series but with Poland’s Patryk Dudek, one of the trio who finished above Cook, already in the GP and looking more than likely to re-qualify thanks to a top eight finish, the British Champion would be promoted into the field proper, alongside GP Challenge top two Przemyslaw Pawlicki and Artem Laguta. Reports and pictures from Togliatti in this week’s Speedway Star, plus a look ahead to this weekend’s GP in Gorzow and part two of our investigation into Toto Frankitti’s proposed World Elite Speedway.

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Week Ending AUGUST 19, 2017 (UK Only)
Full coverage of another thriller in Malilla, but who’s in line to join the GP circuit from this weekend's Challenge in deepest Russia? Peter Kildemand explains why it's not a trip he's looking forward to. The Buster Chapman v Chris Holder war of words continues. And speaking of angry words, Matt Ford’s got a lot to say about his Pirates' abject display against Rye House! A British individual triumph abroad! We report on Robert Lambert’s latest climb towards superstardom. And we investigate the 'almost too good to be true' World Elite Speedway... all this plus news from every British club in this week's Speedway Star.

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Week Ending AUGUST 12, 2017 (UK Only)
PETERBOROUGH lifted the Championship Fours crown for the first time since 1998 on home territory at the East of England Arena last Sunday - in what proved to be one of the most controversial meetings of the year. The Panthers promotion's decision to permit Jack Holder to skip the Fours in favour of riding for Polish club Torun in a league match the same day earned the wrath of the BSPA and their fellow track bosses. Don't miss this week's Speedway Star for full coverage of both the on and off-track action! Also this week, the European Championship third round from Hallstavik, a look ahead to this weekend’s Grand Prix in Malilla with new - and now six-times - Danish Champion Niels-Kristian Iversen, and all the top stories from home and abroad.

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Week Ending AUGUST 5, 2017 (UK Only)
THE only thing certain about the Championship Fours in the last week has been the uncertainty... will it be five-rider races or will it be four? Will all 10 clubs be taking part or just the eight? Berwick skipper Kevin Doolan reckons "the Fours is a great tournament and one worth showing great respect to" but even he admits: "We could have done without the bad press and confusion." Read what else the Aussie star has to say in this week’s edition, in which his fellow countrymen Troy Batchelor and Justin Sedgmen also have some hard-hitting comments about the state of British speedway and its current trend for releasing riders seemingly at the drop of a hat. In addition, we have interviews with Bradley Wilson-Dean and Nicolai Klindt, plus reports and pictures from the World Games in Wroclaw.

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Week Ending JULY 29, 2017 (UK Only)
FIRES, kebabs, mixed martial arts...there's a wide variety of topics to read about in this week's edition, all with a relevance to speedway after one of the biggest weekends on the sport's calendar. On the track, Maciej Janowski etched his name into the record books as the first Polish rider to win the British Grand Prix with a memorable victory at Cardiff which, more importantly from Magic's point of view, propelled him right into the thick of the World title race alongside Jason Doyle and Patryk Dudek. In addition to our extensive coverage from Cardiff, Nicki Pedersen is our Star Guest and we've got reports and pictures from the opening round of the World Under-21 Final series in Poznan, as well as all the top stories from around the speedway world as usual, both at home and abroad.

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Week Ending JULY 22, 2017 (UK Only)
THE countdown to Cardiff starts here... as we look ahead to speedway’s big night out in the Principality Stadium on Saturday in the company of British hotshots Tai Woffinden and Craig Cook, as well as the reigning World Champion Greg Hancock. It’s quite a big weekend for fans of the Championship clubs as well, with all 10 second tier outfits sending a twosome to Somerset on Friday night to contest the annual Cardiff-eve Pairs Final. Nick Morris of Berwick and Peterborough’s Jack Holder give us their thoughts. Also this week, reports and pictures from the second round of the European Championship in Gustrow, where Russian star Artem Laguta took the honours; some positive news for Cradley fans; plus a night to forget at King’s Lynn.

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Week Ending JULY 15, 2017 (UK Only)
AS red-hot favourites go, Poland were somewhere around molten lava temperature ahead of last weekend's World Cup Final in Leszno - and to the dismay of any neutrals hoping for an upset in the formbook, Marek Cieslak's boys duly lived up to their billing as they successfully defended the Ove Fundin Trophy. Despite the gallant Swedes giving it a go for the first-half of the meeting, the Poles ultimately won at a canter, while Alun Rossiter's Brits were pipped to the bronze medal by Russia . In this week's Speedway Star, we have all the news and reaction from World Cup week, including Denmark team boss Hans Nielsen's thoughts on his country's demise in Vastervik. Also this week, coverage from the British Under-19 Championship at Plymouth , club spotlight on Sweden 's Rospiggarna, plus the latest transfer moves which have brought two new Poles into the 2017 Premiership.

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Week Ending JULY 8, 2017 (UK Only)
GREAT Britain have successfully negotiated their first World Cup hurdle - but now for the hard bit! Alun Rossiter's Lions condemned runners-up Australia to Friday's Race-Off when they won last weekend's Event One at King’s Lynn but few people will fancy their chances of toppling Poland in their own backyard in Leszno in the Final on Saturday. We have extensive SWC coverage in this week's Speedway Star, with a buoyant Rossiter claiming: "Just keep believing and anything can happen. Anything is possible if you believe." It was a good week too for Jarek Hampel, who won his first major meeting since returning to the saddle after serious injury by taking out the opening round of the European Championship in Torun, and for Antonio Lindback and Szymon Wozniak, the newly crowned Swedish and Polish champions respectively. We have reports and pictures from all three meetings.

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Week Ending JULY 1, 2017 (UK Only)
WORLD Cup week is looming - and in this week's edition, we reveal which Great Britain star could be a record-breaker at the end of this year's tournament as the Lions prepare to go into action in Event One at King's Lynn on Saturday. The Poles await the three qualifiers in the World Cup Final at Leszno a week on Saturday and it was another good week for the red and white army as Maciej Janowski won the Danish Grand Prix in Horsens. Full coverage from the Casa Arena in this week's Speedway Star, including the views of ironman Jason Doyle, who refused to let the small matter of surgery on his broken foot only five days before the meeting stop him from reaching yet another Grand Final. Plus...in another packed issue, the European Championship gets underway in Torun on Friday - and we speak to German star Martin Smolinski.

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