British Under 19 Final Preview
This Thursday sees Redcar Speedway proudly hosting the British Under 19 Final (7:30pm start).
It promises to be a cracking meeting as the cream of British Youth travel up to Redcar looking to win the National Championship. Promoter Jitendra Duffill is excited to be holding the meeting:
“On Thursday we host the British Under 19 Final and I’m really excited to be given the opportunity to stage such a prestigious event. Neil Vatcher told me that he feels this years line up is the best for years and I have to agree with him. There are some very exciting youngsters coming up through the ranks and it should be a cracking meeting. I hope that all of you will come along and offer the youngster’s and Redcar Speedway your continued support. If we want to attract major events to Redcar in the future, we all need to show the BSPA and SCB that we will support them and can put on a great show.”
There are a number of talented youngsters on show, many of whom are no strangers to the Media Prima Arena. Drew Kemp will start as one of the favourites after his excellent performance in the European U19 final last weekend, along with Jason Edwards who impressed on his visit with Eastbourne a couple of weeks ago. Kyle Bickley spent a couple of seasons as Redcar mascot and rode for the Redcar Cubs in the Northern Junior League , so certainly knows his way around the Teesside track as well. There is added home interest in the form of Elliot Kelly. The Teesside lad, who represents Mildenhall in the National League, has been promoted into the field after the withdrawal of Chad Wirtzfeld and will be keen to make his mark!
In one other change to the previously published lineup, Corban Pavitt replaces Alex Spooner.
Admission has been cut for this meeting, with prices at £14 for Adults and £11 for concessions. All Under 16s go free with a paying adult. And don’t forget, if you have an admissions ticket from the Sheffield meeting on Tuesday you will receive and extra £2 discount. We hope as many of you turn up as possible to see the future of British Speedway!
Lineup: Charlie Brooks, Jordan Palin, Henry Atkins, Matt Marson, Jason Edwards, Elliot Kelly, Daniel Gilkes, Kyle Bickley, Sheldon Davies, Drew Kemp, Corban Pavitt, Connor Bailey, Jordan Jenkins, Tom Spencer, Leon Flint, Anders Rowe. Reserves: Arran Butcher, Kean Dicken