The slag situation in Great Britain in recent weeks is a true sine wave. A few days ago, it was announced that there was hope for the Birmingham Speedway, while now news is being spread about those who will not be seen at the competition in 2022.
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On Friday, a statement was issued about their future by the Eastbourne Eagles management, informing that the Eagles are unlikely to start next season, however, the return of motorcycle racing in the league version is scheduled at Fortress Arlington in 2023.
“BSPL has agreed to re-license Trevor Geer, based on the fact that he has nothing to do with the club’s financial instability this season,” the press release read.
Geer has a team of people who are happy to help put together the restoration of this center and raise funds for action in 2023. “People are already volunteering to provide support, either directly or financially,” the Eagles drivers wrote.
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Kent Kings will also miss the league next year. This information was revealed in turn by one of the players, Daniel Gilkes. The motocross racer reported on social media that he received a message from Lynne Silver early in the morning and was shocked by the situation.
The club itself did not publish any communication or statement at the time of the article’s publication. Unofficially, it is said that the races will be held in Kent next year, but not motorbikes on the highway, but … greyhounds.
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