Not having a license for Wolfe Wittstock to appear in the Speedway II means that Valentin Grobauer is one of the few players to lose their participation in the Polish competition. The fight for arrears in the UK ended positively for the Germans.

Konrad Senkowski

Valentin Grobauer vs. Patrick Hansen

WP SportoweFakty / Karol Słomka / Pictured: Valentin Grobauer vs Patrick Hansen

Financial problems do not only affect Polish clubs. There are also unfavorable situations in Great Britain due to lack of money.

That is why the Eastbourne Eagles did not finish the championship, and at the beginning of December it turned out that the money earned on the track was also behind the Birmingham Promises.

This fact was reported on social media by Valentin Grubauer. The German admitted that this situation concerned him not only, but also Paco Castañe and Eric Reis.

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“It’s a little money, but it’s still money. We, the players, have bills to pay, as do all people. The season has cost us a lot, especially the three of us, because we had to travel a lot – pay for fuel, mechanics and equipment and sometimes also eat and drink Grobauer wrote.

In the case of a player who changed hands in November in the second Speedway League – Trans MF Landshut Devils for Wolfe Wittstock, the case ended on a positive note. Grobauer reported on social media that all tournament entries had been resolved.

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The German also thanked Birmingham promoter Bromes for the opportunity afforded in the UK, regardless of how it turned out in the end.

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