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Week Ending MARCH 28, 2020 (UK Only)
AS the nation attempts to come to terms with the extraordinary times in which we are currently living, this week's Speedway Star examines the impact on the sport of the current shutdown. Paul Burbidge talks to Nicolai Klindt, Chris Harris and Jason Edwards about the riders' worries; Swindon co-promoter and fixture compiler Lee Kilby reveals some of the BSPA's current planning during the hiatus to Andy Mitchell; whilst Peter Oakes looks back to World War Two, the Suez Crisis of the 1950s and the three-day week in the 70s, all of which, unlike the coronavirus, failed to shut down the sport completely! Also this week, Neil Middleditch, Phil Morris and Dan Bewley interviews, Millennium Man Jason Crump, plus the British Amateur Championship.

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Week Ending MARCH 28, 2020 (EUROPE)
AS the nation attempts to come to terms with the extraordinary times in which we are currently living, this week's Speedway Star examines the impact on the sport of the current shutdown. Paul Burbidge talks to Nicolai Klindt, Chris Harris and Jason Edwards about the riders' worries; Swindon co-promoter and fixture compiler Lee Kilby reveals some of the BSPA's current planning during the hiatus to Andy Mitchell; whilst Peter Oakes looks back to World War Two, the Suez Crisis of the 1950s and the three-day week in the 70s, all of which, unlike the coronavirus, failed to shut down the sport completely! Also this week, Neil Middleditch, Phil Morris and Dan Bewley interviews, Millennium Man Jason Crump, plus the British Amateur Championship.

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Week Ending MARCH 21, 2020 (UK Only)
THERE will be no speedway in Britain for the next month at least – that was the stark message from the BSPA on Tuesday as the sport inevitably accepted government advice against 'mass gatherings' and followed the lead of many other sports by suspending activities in the wake of the escalating coronavirus crisis. British speedway chairman Rob Godfrey gives us his thoughts. Also in our March 21 edition: interviews with Neil Middleditch, Josh Auty, Todd Kurtz and Stuart Robson ahead of benefit meetings that unfortunately will not now be taking place; report and pictures from the Ben Fund Bonanza; the thorny topic of rev limiters; and the final track review of the winter focuses on the Kent Kings.

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Week Ending MARCH 21, 2020 (EUROPE)
THERE will be no speedway in Britain for the next month at least – that was the stark message from the BSPA on Tuesday as the sport inevitably accepted government advice against 'mass gatherings' and followed the lead of many other sports by suspending activities in the wake of the escalating coronavirus crisis. British speedway chairman Rob Godfrey gives us his thoughts. Also in our March 21 edition: interviews with Neil Middleditch, Josh Auty, Todd Kurtz and Stuart Robson ahead of benefit meetings that unfortunately will not now be taking place; report and pictures from the Ben Fund Bonanza; the thorny topic of rev limiters; and the final track review of the winter focuses on the Kent Kings.

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Week Ending MARCH 14, 2020 (UK Only)
HERE we go again! The new speedway season gets underway on Saturday – the weather and coronavirus permitting, of course – when the annual Ben Fund Bonanza takes place at Scunthorpe, the prelude to a busy spell of fixtures in the opening weeks of the new term. We look ahead to the Bonanza in the company of a rider who knows a thing or two about the benefits of the Ben Fund – Lewis Kerr. Also this week, the Fuel Your Mind campaign is launched, the GB Speedway Team Academy, Neil Middleditch features in the final instalment of our Potted History of the Second Division Riders' Championship, Jack Thomas interview, F2 speedway, plus the Belle Vue Aces and Isle of Wight track reviews.

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Week Ending MARCH 14, 2020 (EUROPE)
HERE we go again! The new speedway season gets underway on Saturday – the weather and coronavirus permitting, of course – when the annual Ben Fund Bonanza takes place at Scunthorpe, the prelude to a busy spell of fixtures in the opening weeks of the new term. We look ahead to the Bonanza in the company of a rider who knows a thing or two about the benefits of the Ben Fund – Lewis Kerr. Also this week, the Fuel Your Mind campaign is launched, the GB Speedway Team Academy, Neil Middleditch features in the final instalment of our Potted History of the Second Division Riders' Championship, Jack Thomas interview, F2 speedway, plus the Belle Vue Aces and Isle of Wight track reviews.

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Week Ending MARCH 7, 2020 (UK Only)
SIX-TIMES World Champion Tony Rickardsson talks exclusively to Speedway Star this week as we begin our four-part Millennium Men series to begin the countdown towards the 20th British Grand Prix to be held in Cardiff this summer. The legendary Swede recalls some of his memories from visits to South Wales, including the famous 'Wall of Death' ride in 2005: "That was not the plan – not in my head anyway!" Also this week, interviews with Adam Ellis, George English and Greg Hancock, Ace Pijper is our Star of Tomorrow, it's the Edinburgh track review and Steve Lawson features in our Potted History of the Second Division Riders' Championship.

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Week Ending MARCH 7, 2020 (EUROPE)
SIX-TIMES World Champion Tony Rickardsson talks exclusively to Speedway Star this week as we begin our four-part Millennium Men series to begin the countdown towards the 20th British Grand Prix to be held in Cardiff this summer. The legendary Swede recalls some of his memories from visits to South Wales, including the famous 'Wall of Death' ride in 2005: "That was not the plan – not in my head anyway!" Also this week, interviews with Adam Ellis, George English and Greg Hancock, Ace Pijper is our Star of Tomorrow, it's the Edinburgh track review and Steve Lawson features in our Potted History of the Second Division Riders' Championship.

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