Richard Lawson and Edward Kennett will represent the Vortex Lakeside Hammers in tonight’s British Final at Monmore Green.
British Speedway Chairman Alex Harkess says Wolverhampton is the perfect venue for the British Final. Monmore Green has become the established home of the event over recent years and again stages the national championship on Monday with Tai Woffinden going for his third successive title.
Harkess said: “The circuit is always very well prepared and Chris Van Straaten, one of the most experienced promoters in the sport, always takes great pride in the appearance of the venue – particularly on British Final night in front of the Sky cameras.
“In recent years this meeting really has provided a thrilling sporting spectacle, I’m sure tonight will be very much the same and naturally Tai is the man with the target on his back!
“And with a place up for grabs as Wild Card for the British Grand Prix in Cardiff it’s a great opportunity for someone to ride on the biggest stage of all.”
Carl Wilkinson (Scunthorpe), Andre Compton (Sheffield), Ben Barker (Berwick), Steve Worrall (Belle Vue/Newcastle), Craig Cook (Belle Vue/Edinburgh), Kyle Howarth (Swindon/Workington), Adam Roynon (Redcar), Scott Nicholls (Belle Vue), Tai Woffinden (Unattached), Chris Harris (Coventry), Jason Garrity (Coventry/Sheffield), Lewis Blackbird (Wolverhampton/Peterborough), Richard Lawson (Lakeside/Glasgow), Danny King (Coventry/Ipswich), Edward Kennett (Lakeside/Rye House), Leigh Lanham (Somerset).
Images: Richard Lawson and Edward Kennett in action against Swindon. Credit: Rob Newell / TGS Photo