LAKESIDE have completed their line-up with the return of club asset and Swedish international Kim Nilsson.The 24-year-old came back into the Hammers team midway through last season, enjoying his best year to date and breaking through into the his country’s World Cup side.Co-promoter Jon Cook said: “We're delighted to welcome Kim back and feel that this is going to be a big year for him here in the UK under the wing of fellow countryman Andreas Jonsson. It's important for the club to develop our own assets and Kim's return last year was part of that plan.“The clock is ticking down to a very exciting season. Our 1-7 is complete and approved by the BSPA, our fixtures are agreed and await official release and preparations at the track are beginning. Like our fans, we can't wait for March 20 and the season opener, the Rico Spring Classic.”


KING’S Lynn Young Stars boss Dale Allitt has concluded team-building for 2015 with the signings of Scott Campos and new arrival Layne Cupitt.The Norfolk Arena club have also confirmed the return of Shane Hazelden to their National League set-up after a year out of the sport.Allitt said: “Scott is our asset and he is another one who increased his average over last season and showed some improvement. He came back and put his average up by a point last year and I expect him to push on this year.“Layne, on the other hand, is coming into the league for the first time. He rode for the Lightning team in the MDL last year so that has given him some experience. He has real talent and we are delighted he is part of the team.”


KENT newcomer Danno Verge has committed his future to the club by becoming a full asset of the Kings.Verge, who will turn 19 just before the opening fixture of the new season at Central Park, switches to his local club from Scunthorpe.He said: “I am looking forward to racing for Kent in the National League next season; it's my local club literally as it's only 20 minutes from my house, so it’s perfect to have your home track on your doorstep. It also allows me to try and get some local sponsors in too! “I think we have a good team put together, I am really looking forward to the season and I hope I can make all the Kent fans proud of their local boy. I have some good people around me who are going to be a great help, for example my Dad in my pit bay as well as former World No.2 Dave Jessup who only lives down the road from me.”

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