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Week Ending SEPTEMBER 15, 2018 (UK Only)
AS the World Championship race winds up towards a thrilling finish in Torun at the beginning of next month, we have all the latest from round eight in Krsko – where a highly controversial refereeing decision didn’t exactly leave Polish official Artur Kusmierz as flavour of the month with series leader Tai Woffinden. Also this week, Peter Oakes goes behind the scenes with the BT Sports crew at King's Lynn, Brian Burford on the Slaski Stadium in Chorzow which hosts the European Championship decider this weekend and we pay our respects to former Cradley promoter Derek Pugh and ex-World No. 2 Pawel Waloszek.

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Week Ending SEPTEMBER 15, 2018 (EUROPE)
AS the World Championship race winds up towards a thrilling finish in Torun at the beginning of next month, we have all the latest from round eight in Krsko – where a highly controversial refereeing decision didn’t exactly leave Polish official Artur Kusmierz as flavour of the month with series leader Tai Woffinden. Also this week, Peter Oakes goes behind the scenes with the BT Sports crew at King's Lynn, Brian Burford on the Slaski Stadium in Chorzow which hosts the European Championship decider this weekend and we pay our respects to former Cradley promoter Derek Pugh and ex-World No. 2 Pawel Waloszek.

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Week Ending SEPTEMBER 8, 2018 (UK Only)
CRAIG Cook's inclusion in the field for the Championship Riders' Individual after a mere handful of appearances for new club Glasgow didn't meet with approval from all quarters – but it didn’t stop the GP star from scorching to his second career victory in the event either. In this week's Speedway Star, we have coverage of Cook's triumph at Sheffield, plus interviews with Eastbourne up-and-comer Tom Brennan and Redcar’s flying Finn Nike Lunna. Peter Oakes reveals former Aussie star Rusty Harrison's new post-retirement career and there's news of the return of speedway bikes to two famous stadiums..

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Week Ending SEPTEMBER 8, 2018 (EUROPE)
CRAIG Cook's inclusion in the field for the Championship Riders' Individual after a mere handful of appearances for new club Glasgow didn't meet with approval from all quarters – but it didn’t stop the GP star from scorching to his second career victory in the event either. In this week's Speedway Star, we have coverage of Cook's triumph at Sheffield, plus interviews with Eastbourne up-and-comer Tom Brennan and Redcar’s flying Finn Nike Lunna. Peter Oakes reveals former Aussie star Rusty Harrison's new post-retirement career and there's news of the return of speedway bikes to two famous stadiums.

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Week Ending SEPTEMBER 1, 2018 (UK Only)
MARTIN Vaculik put a miserable, injury-hit start to the season well and truly behind him with victory in the Gorzow Grand Prix on Saturday – but the Slovak wasn't the only rider with a beaming smile on his face. Britain’s Tai Woffinden may not have won a race all night, but he still finished on the podium clutching the bronze medal and, more importantly, banked another precious 12 points towards his goal of becoming the first Brit to win three World titles. Full coverage from Poland in this week's Speedway Star, plus a look ahead to the Championship Riders' Individual at Sheffield with Scott Nicholls and Kyle Howarth, Rebels team manager Garry May on upwardly mobile Somerset and much, much more.

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Week Ending SEPTEMBER 1, 2018 (EUROPE)
MARTIN Vaculik put a miserable, injury-hit start to the season well and truly behind him with victory in the Gorzow Grand Prix on Saturday – but the Slovak wasn't the only rider with a beaming smile on his face. Britain’s Tai Woffinden may not have won a race all night, but he still finished on the podium clutching the bronze medal and, more importantly, banked another precious 12 points towards his goal of becoming the first Brit to win three World titles. Full coverage from Poland in this week's Speedway Star, plus a look ahead to the Championship Riders' Individual at Sheffield with Scott Nicholls and Kyle Howarth, Rebels team manager Garry May on upwardly mobile Somerset and much, much more.

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