Wednesday October 28, 2020
PETERBOROUGH supremo Ged Rathbone has issued a challenge to any young British rider who wants a reserve place in 2016.

The Readypower Panthers are laying on an open practice at the East of England Showground this Saturday (10am to 2pm).

And Rathbone wants to see any budding Brits, who are keen to be the club's number seven in the Premier League next term, take to the track and impress him.

He said: "We're putting on a practice at the Showground on Saturday and while it is open to all riders of all abilities, I'll be paying particular interest to young Brits who qualify for a reserve spot in the Premier League.

"It was decided at the British Speedway Promoters' Association annual meeting that all clubs must track a Brit who is also eligible for the National League.

"We've got a few ideas and options already, but I'm challenging anyone who thinks they're capable of riding for the club next season to get down here on Saturday."

The cost to take part in the practice is £35 and places can be booked by contacting organiser Laurence Rogers through his Facebook account.

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