SPEEDWAY News and Fixtures

Thursday August 28, 2008

(SPEEDWAY 1)

KING'S Lynn promoters Keith and Jonathan Chapman are set to complete a deal to take over the running of their Premier League neighbours Mildenhall.Previous promoter Simon Barton will stay with the club with former Fen Tigers rider Richard Knight taking over as team manager.The Fen Tigers have also announced the signings of Paul Lee and Henning Loof to return them to a seven-man unit.

(SPEEDWAY 2)

WOLVERHAMPTON duo Fredrik Lingdren and Niels-Kristian Iversen are both nursing injures ahead of Saturday's Latvian Grand Prix.Iversen suffered a dislocated shoulder and Lindgren wrist and hand injuries in ! separate crashes during Wolves' defeat at Belle Vue on Wednesday.Promoter Chris Van Straaten said: "Niels is trying to get back to Denmark to consult his local specialist before making a decision, and Freddie feels battered and bruised."

(FIXTURES)

THURSDAY AUGUST 28:PREMIER LEAGUE: Sheffield v Rye House 7.45TYNE/TEES TROPHY: Redcar v Newcastle 7.30SIDECARS: Swindon 7.30

FRIDAY AUGUST 29:PREMIER LEAGUE: Edinburgh v Somerset 7.30, Scunthorpe v Stoke 7.30CONFERENCE LEAGUE: Plymouth v Buxton 7.30

SATURDAY AUGUST 30:ELITE LEAGUE KOC: Eastbourne v Lakeside 7.30PREMIER LEAGUE: Berwick v Somerset 7pm, Rye House v Birmingham 7pm, Stoke v Edinburgh 7.30, Workington v Glasgow 7pmCONFERENCE LEAGUE: Weymouth v Buxton 7.15

SUNDAY AUGUST 31:PREMIER LEAGUE: Glasgow v Berwick 4pm, Mildenhall v Reading 4.30, Newcastle v Rye House 6.30CONFERENCE TROPHY FINAL: Boston v Pl! ymouth 7pm