– I am very happy to be back in Great Britain. I missed it and as soon as I switched to eWinner in League One, which allows me to sign another foreign league contract, I knew I wanted to go back to the UK – Frick said in an interview with British Weekly Speedway Star.

The Australian player has a chance of being one of the busiest players next season. It will compete in the Polish eWinner 1 League, the Swedish Bauhaus-Ligan and the British Premier League. In addition, the Grand Prix cycle, and perhaps also the Speedway of Nations, and its beginnings in the qualifying round for the 2023 Grand Prix, should not be ruled out. However, Frick appears content with the tight schedule. “I like to be busy and I’m looking forward to it now,” the Australian told the British newspaper.

The motorway racer’s choice fell to the Belle Vue Aces, who play their home games at National Speedway in Manchester, and who are perhaps best suited to battle the world’s fastest racetrack. However, the brilliant track was not the only reason for the return of Max Frick to Great Britain in the colors of “aces”. – I love Belle Vue, I love the people out there. It’s also the best trail in the entire UK and one of the best anywhere, so why wouldn’t I want to go back there? Frick asks rhetorically.

The contender representing Stelmet Falubaz Zielona Góra in Poland has a positive attitude from the start in Great Britain and hopes to be able to fight in the Premier League to achieve the highest goals. “When you look at previous seasons, Belle Vue usually struggles to play in the playoffs, and I am sure that will be the same in 2022. It is a well-run club with good, reliable people and I have a good relationship with all of them.” I feel this is a good place to get back into driving in Great Britain – said the Australian in an interview with the weekly Speedway Star.

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Frick is not the only recognized player to have returned to the islands. Apart from him promises Jason Doyle, Tobias Musilak and Peter Kildman. It is a good thing that these players are back in the league. It also shows what they expect in terms of the direction of the prime minister. I know Doyle (Jason Doyle – opening note) couldn’t wait to come back – Frick said in an interview with British Weekly Speedway Star. – Perhaps these players will be followed in the next few months by others – adds the Australian.

– It seems that there is still a long time for spring, but I am sure that it will soon be over. I can’t describe in words how excited I am for next season. It’s going to be a significant year for me – the 25-year-old highway racer is done.