Ryan MacDonald has been given the number seven spot for the Hammers, after impressing at the Clubs Press and Practice day.
The 23 year old from Glasgow, has previously ridden for Scunthorpe and Stoke in the National League, whilst his father mechanics for former Hammers favorite Richard Lawson.
Hammers Co-Promoter Kelvin Tatum sends his thanks to the great turn out of riders looking to stake a place for the seventh spot, on what was a successful P&P, with all of the team completing a number of laps ahead of tomorrow’s opening fixture, the Lee Richardson Memorial Trophy against old rivals, The Eastbourne Eagles.
Gates open at 11.45am for the Good Friday clash, with the first race scheduled for 1pm.
Admission (pay at gate)
- Adults: £13
- Concessions: £11 * (concessions cover Male OAP’s 65 and over, female OAP’s 65 and over, Disabled, Unemployed, 17 and 18 year olds in full education and Students over 18)
- 7 to 16 year olds inclusive: £1
- 6 year olds and under: Free
- Programme: £2
(*proof of entitlement may be requested.)
Track Details can be found here