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Week Ending MARCH 23, 2019 (UK Only)
"IT was a serious conversation, but it had no depth to it. It was just like the sort of chat you have in the pub, 'this is what we're going to do'!" – and with that, the first seeds of what we know today as Belle Vue's National Speedway Stadium were sown. In this week's Speedway Star, don't miss our exclusive interview with Chris Morton on how the new Manchester circuit came into being. Plus, full coverage of the Ben Fund Bonanza at Leicester, behind-the-scenes with the Great Britain Speedway Team, Ben Barker and Neil Middleditch interviews, Potted History of the British Championship, plus World Ice Racing Championship latest.

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Week Ending MARCH 23, 2019 (EUROPE)
"IT was a serious conversation, but it had no depth to it. It was just like the sort of chat you have in the pub, 'this is what we're going to do'!" – and with that, the first seeds of what we know today as Belle Vue's National Speedway Stadium were sown. In this week's Speedway Star, don't miss our exclusive interview with Chris Morton on how the new Manchester circuit came into being. Plus, full coverage of the Ben Fund Bonanza at Leicester, behind-the-scenes with the Great Britain Speedway Team, Ben Barker and Neil Middleditch interviews, Potted History of the British Championship, plus World Ice Racing Championship latest.

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Week Ending MARCH 16, 2019 (UK Only)
IT'S tapes up time this weekend when the 2019 season springs into life at Leicester on Sunday afternoon with the Ben Fund Bonanza. There's more reason than ever to support the event this year following the double postponement in 2018 which hit the Ben Fund coffers – and in this week's Speedway Star, we look ahead to the meeting in the company of defending champion Richard Lawson, who took the honours at Glasgow in 2017. Also this week, the winter track reviews conclude with Premiership champions Poole, interviews with outgoing BSI Speedway boss Torben Olsen, Eastbourne’s Edward Kennett and Glasgow's Luke Chessell, plus Scott Nicholls and Barry Briggs in our Potted History of the British Championship.

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Week Ending MARCH 16, 2019 (EUROPE)
IT'S tapes up time this weekend when the 2019 season springs into life at Leicester on Sunday afternoon with the Ben Fund Bonanza. There's more reason than ever to support the event this year following the double postponement in 2018 which hit the Ben Fund coffers – and in this week's Speedway Star, we look ahead to the meeting in the company of defending champion Richard Lawson, who took the honours at Glasgow in 2017. Also this week, the winter track reviews conclude with Premiership champions Poole, interviews with outgoing BSI Speedway boss Torben Olsen, Eastbourne’s Edward Kennett and Glasgow's Luke Chessell, plus Scott Nicholls and Barry Briggs in our Potted History of the British Championship.

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Week Ending MARCH 9, 2019 (UK Only)
WHEN King's Lynn announced Thomas Jorgensen as their sixth signing ahead of the new season, it also confirmed the fact that GP star Niels-Kristian Iversen will not be back in Norfolk this summer. In a three-page interview in this week's Speedway Star, however, the Dane doesn’t entirely rule himself out of the Stars' equation: "There are no hard feelings over anything. They know if they need me or they are struggling, they can always give me a call and we'll see what we can do." Also this week, Great Britain Speedway Team boss Alun Rossiter, Star Guest Jack Holder, track reviews on Peterborough and the Belle Vue Colts, World Ice Championship round three from Berlin, plus our Potted History of the British Championship reaches 2009-11.

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Week Ending MARCH 9, 2019 (EUROPE)
WHEN King's Lynn announced Thomas Jorgensen as their sixth signing ahead of the new season, it also confirmed the fact that GP star Niels-Kristian Iversen will not be back in Norfolk this summer. In a three-page interview in this week's Speedway Star, however, the Dane doesn’t entirely rule himself out of the Stars' equation: "There are no hard feelings over anything. They know if they need me or they are struggling, they can always give me a call and we'll see what we can do." Also this week, Great Britain Speedway Team boss Alun Rossiter, Star Guest Jack Holder, track reviews on Peterborough and the Belle Vue Colts, World Ice Championship round three from Berlin, plus our Potted History of the British Championship reaches 2009-11.

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Week Ending MARCH 2, 2019 (UK Only)
IT'S the end of an era at Ipswich, where John Louis has retired from any official role with the Suffolk club he's served so well since he first burst onto the Second Division scene in 1970. In this week's Speedway Star, 'Tiger' reminisces with Phil Lanning: "I suppose 1975 was the highlight for me. But other people say that and it's up to other people to make that judgement, not me. It’s such a long time ago, I've done my innings and I've thoroughly enjoyed it. I never remember stuff. I didn't put any dates down, I just lived in the moment." Also this week, front cover star Antonio Lindback reveals his hopes for 2019, Kyle Bickley is our Star Guest, it's the Sheffield track review and our Potted History of the British Championship reaches the mid-2000s, which means the Scott Nicholls era!

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Week Ending MARCH 2, 2019 (EUROPE)
IT'S the end of an era at Ipswich, where John Louis has retired from any official role with the Suffolk club he's served so well since he first burst onto the Second Division scene in 1970. In this week's Speedway Star, 'Tiger' reminisces with Phil Lanning: "I suppose 1975 was the highlight for me. But other people say that and it's up to other people to make that judgement, not me. It’s such a long time ago, I've done my innings and I've thoroughly enjoyed it. I never remember stuff. I didn't put any dates down, I just lived in the moment." Also this week, front cover star Antonio Lindback reveals his hopes for 2019, Kyle Bickley is our Star Guest, it's the Sheffield track review and our Potted History of the British Championship reaches the mid-2000s, which means the Scott Nicholls era!

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