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Week Ending FEBRUARY 23, 2019 (UK Only)
UPWARDLY mobile Robert Lambert can post an unforgettable 2018 season into his CV after becoming the first man to win both the British senior and under-21 crowns in the same season – but what does 2019 have in store for the King's Lynn No. 1? He talks to Speedway Star and reveals: "I am training hard to try and better the season I had last year. That's going to be tough, but I want to make steps forward." Also this week, interviews with new Somerset signing Valentin Grobauer and Berwick's Jye Etheridge, Stefan Nielsen is our Star Guest, we have tracks reviews on Workington and Rye House's truncated season, plus coverage of the Ice Speedway of Nations in Togliatti.

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Week Ending FEBRUARY 23, 2019 (EUROPE)
UPWARDLY mobile Robert Lambert can post an unforgettable 2018 season into his CV after becoming the first man to win both the British senior and under-21 crowns in the same season – but what does 2019 have in store for the King's Lynn No. 1? He talks to Speedway Star and reveals: "I am training hard to try and better the season I had last year. That's going to be tough, but I want to make steps forward." Also this week, interviews with new Somerset signing Valentin Grobauer and Berwick's Jye Etheridge, Stefan Nielsen is our Star Guest, we have tracks reviews on Workington and Rye House's truncated season, plus coverage of the Ice Speedway of Nations in Togliatti.

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Week Ending FEBRUARY 16, 2019 (UK Only)
THE Great Britain Speedway Team made giant strides forward in 2018 with a silver medal in the new Speedway of Nations tournament. What's likely to be in store for the national side in 2019? We find out in the company of top man Rob Painter. Also in this week’s Speedway Star, interviews with Swindon’s new co-promoter Lee Kilby and Eastbourne's Ian Jordan, who has joined the Eagles management team at Arlington. Plus...the Czech Golden Helmet, Mark Loram and Chris Louis recall some memorable battles in our Potted History of the British Championship, Scunthorpe and Eastbourne track reviews and Richie Worrall is this week’s Star Guest.

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Week Ending FEBRUARY 16, 2019 (EUROPE)
THE Great Britain Speedway Team made giant strides forward in 2018 with a silver medal in the new Speedway of Nations tournament. What's likely to be in store for the national side in 2019? We find out in the company of top man Rob Painter. Also in this week’s Speedway Star, interviews with Swindon’s new co-promoter Lee Kilby and Eastbourne's Ian Jordan, who has joined the Eagles management team at Arlington. Plus...the Czech Golden Helmet, Mark Loram and Chris Louis recall some memorable battles in our Potted History of the British Championship, Scunthorpe and Eastbourne track reviews and Richie Worrall is this week’s Star Guest.

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Week Ending FEBRUARY 9, 2019 (UK Only)
"WE understand the riders have exorbitant costs but at the end of the day, there has to be a balance between them and us. They can't ride speedway without the tracks and we can't run speedway tracks without the riders." BSPA vice-chairman Rob Godfrey talks all things British speedway in an exclusive five-page interview in this week's Speedway Star, revealing his thoughts on the state of the sport today and what may lie ahead. Plus, interviews with Australian Rohan Tungate, rising British star James Shanes and 'pie man' Paul Bowen, Chris and John Louis feature in the next instalment of our Potted History of the British Championship, Leicester fall under the track review spotlight – and the Czech Golden Helmet uncovered!

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Week Ending FEBRUARY 9, 2019 (EUROPE)
"WE understand the riders have exorbitant costs but at the end of the day, there has to be a balance between them and us. They can't ride speedway without the tracks and we can't run speedway tracks without the riders." BSPA vice-chairman Rob Godfrey talks all things British speedway in an exclusive five-page interview in this week's Speedway Star, revealing his thoughts on the state of the sport today and what may lie ahead. Plus, interviews with Australian Rohan Tungate, rising British star James Shanes and 'pie man' Paul Bowen, Chris and John Louis feature in the next instalment of our Potted History of the British Championship, Leicester fall under the track review spotlight – and the Czech Golden Helmet uncovered!

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Week Ending FEBRUARY 2, 2019 (UK Only)
OUR front cover star Greg Hancock finds himself without a team place in Poland at the moment following the collapse of his former club Rzeszow – and he's now come in for some unexpected criticism from sections of the Polish media who claim his financial demands are excessive. The American explains his side of the story in this week’s Speedway Star: "Things keep popping up every day and the media is pretty active. Some of them are quite vicious in the things they write about you, which is a cause for concern." Also this week, interviews with Martin Dugard and David Bellego, the latest on Ricky Ashworth's cycling escapades, track reviews on Belle Vue and the Isle of Wight, Andy Smith is interviewed for part 12 of our Potted History of the British Championship – and Peter Oakes talks to the international footballer who has been doing his bit to promote Glasgow Tigers.

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Week Ending FEBRUARY 2, 2019 (EUROPE)
OUR front cover star Greg Hancock finds himself without a team place in Poland at the moment following the collapse of his former club Rzeszow – and he's now come in for some unexpected criticism from sections of the Polish media who claim his financial demands are excessive. The American explains his side of the story in this week’s Speedway Star: "Things keep popping up every day and the media is pretty active. Some of them are quite vicious in the things they write about you, which is a cause for concern." Also this week, interviews with Martin Dugard and David Bellego, the latest on Ricky Ashworth's cycling escapades, track reviews on Belle Vue and the Isle of Wight, Andy Smith is interviewed for part 12 of our Potted History of the British Championship – and Peter Oakes talks to the international footballer who has been doing his bit to promote Glasgow Tigers.

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Week Ending JANUARY 26, 2019 (UK Only)
MASON Campton's racing career is hanging by a thread following the shock demise of Workington – and the Aussie opens his heart to Phil Lanning in this week's Speedway Star as he sweats on the offer of a team place coming through in time: "My visa is running out soon, middle of March. You have to be in the country to extend the visa, I can't do that from Australia. I need to be in the UK under contract with a club." Also this week, Danny King interview, Berwick and Cradley track reviews, the McGurk brothers are our 'Stars of Tomorrow', Nielsen v Gundersen part two, plus Peter Oakes on the ‘No Limits’ training school.

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Week Ending JANUARY 26, 2019 (EUROPE)
MASON Campton's racing career is hanging by a thread following the shock demise of Workington – and the Aussie opens his heart to Phil Lanning in this week's Speedway Star as he sweats on the offer of a team place coming through in time: "My visa is running out soon, middle of March. You have to be in the country to extend the visa, I can't do that from Australia. I need to be in the UK under contract with a club." Also this week, Danny King interview, Berwick and Cradley track reviews, the McGurk brothers are our 'Stars of Tomorrow', Nielsen v Gundersen part two, plus Peter Oakes on the ‘No Limits’ training school.

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Week Ending JANUARY 19, 2019 (UK Only)
IT'S been a devastating start to 2019 for Workington fans, who are suddenly facing up to a year without speedway after the shock news that the Comets have pulled out of the second division. In this week's Speedway Star, we talk to club owner Laura Morgan about the reasons for her decision – and what the future holds for the sport in Cumbria now. Also this week, interviews with Emil Sayfutdinov and Natalie Quirk, track reviews on Somerset and Coventry, Nielsen v Gundersen, full coverage of the Australian Championship as Max Fricke claims his first title, plus Andy and Alan Grahame interviewed in part 10 of our Potted History of the British Championship.

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Week Ending JANUARY 19, 2019 (EUROPE)
IT'S been a devastating start to 2019 for Workington fans, who are suddenly facing up to a year without speedway after the shock news that the Comets have pulled out of the second division. In this week's Speedway Star, we talk to club owner Laura Morgan about the reasons for her decision – and what the future holds for the sport in Cumbria now. Also this week, interviews with Emil Sayfutdinov and Natalie Quirk, track reviews on Somerset and Coventry, Nielsen v Gundersen, full coverage of the Australian Championship as Max Fricke claims his first title, plus Andy and Alan Grahame interviewed in part 10 of our Potted History of the British Championship.

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Week Ending JANUARY 12, 2019 (UK Only)
IT was largely a choice between Belle Vue or Peterborough for Kenneth Bjerre’s top-flight destination in 2019 – and in this week's Speedway Star, the Dane explains his reasoning for plumping for the Aces. "This will be my fifth year in total at Belle Vue and it’s not a second option for me. Belle Vue and Peterborough are both first options I could have picked from and I am happy to be with the Aces." Also this week, exclusive Chris Harris interview as the British star talks frankly about the family tragedy that shaped his teenage years; reports and pictures from the opening rounds of the Australian Championship; track reviews on Lakeside and Birmingham; Henry Atkins interview in this month’s grasstrack column, plus…whatever happened to speedway in London?

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Week Ending JANUARY 12, 2019 (EUROPE)
IT was largely a choice between Belle Vue or Peterborough for Kenneth Bjerre’s top-flight destination in 2019 – and in this week's Speedway Star, the Dane explains his reasoning for plumping for the Aces. "This will be my fifth year in total at Belle Vue and it’s not a second option for me. Belle Vue and Peterborough are both first options I could have picked from and I am happy to be with the Aces." Also this week, exclusive Chris Harris interview as the British star talks frankly about the family tragedy that shaped his teenage years; reports and pictures from the opening rounds of the Australian Championship; track reviews on Lakeside and Birmingham; Henry Atkins interview in this month’s grasstrack column, plus…whatever happened to speedway in London?

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Week Ending JANUARY 5, 2019 (UK Only)
A HAPPY New Year to all Speedway Star readers! We have a packed edition to welcome in 2019 for you this week (on sale Friday), which features exclusive interviews with new Birmingham signing Paco Castagna, who is giving up his job in the family restaurant in Italy to try and make a name for himself with the Championship new boys, and Danny Ayres, who talks candidly about his struggle to come to terms with the sad death of his mother. Plus, track reviews on Edinburgh and Buxton, Keith McGhie tracks down Newcastle's all-conquering 1976 team, Archie Freeman is our next 'Star of Tomorrow' and part eight of our ‘Potted History of the British Championship' has reached 1982-84 – Phil Chard talks to Peter Collins and Martin Yeates.

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Week Ending JANUARY 5, 2019 (EUROPE)
A HAPPY New Year to all Speedway Star readers! We have a packed edition to welcome in 2019 for you this week (on sale Friday), which features exclusive interviews with new Birmingham signing Paco Castagna, who is giving up his job in the family restaurant in Italy to try and make a name for himself with the Championship new boys, and Danny Ayres, who talks candidly about his struggle to come to terms with the sad death of his mother. Plus, track reviews on Edinburgh and Buxton, Keith McGhie tracks down Newcastle's all-conquering 1976 team, Archie Freeman is our next 'Star of Tomorrow' and part eight of our ‘Potted History of the British Championship' has reached 1982-84 – Phil Chard talks to Peter Collins and Martin Yeates.

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