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Week Ending AUGUST 18, 2018 (UK Only)
WORLD Championship leader Tai Woffinden and former kingpin Nicki Pedersen were warring in the wet in Malilla after a semi-final set-to – but both had reason to feel satisfied at the end of round six of this season's GP series. Pedersen returned to the top of a GP podium for the first time since 2015 and Woffinden banked another double figure score of 10 points as he inched just a little bit closer towards becoming the first Briton to win three World titles Full coverage from Sweden in this week's magazine, plus reports and pictures from grasstrack's Masters, Danish prospect Frederik Jakobsen on this weekend's World Under-21 Team Cup and the latest top stories from around the speedway world.

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Week Ending AUGUST 18, 2018 (EUROPE)
WORLD Championship leader Tai Woffinden and former kingpin Nicki Pedersen were warring in the wet in Malilla after a semi-final set-to – but both had reason to feel satisfied at the end of round six of this season's GP series. Pedersen returned to the top of a GP podium for the first time since 2015 and Woffinden banked another double figure score of 10 points as he inched just a little bit closer towards becoming the first Briton to win three World titles Full coverage from Sweden in this week's magazine, plus reports and pictures from grasstrack's Masters, Danish prospect Frederik Jakobsen on this weekend's World Under-21 Team Cup and the latest top stories from around the speedway world.

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Week Ending AUGUST 11, 2018 (UK Only)
We Three Kings of this national championship week are Niels-Kristian Iversen, Martin Smolinski and Freddie Lindgren, who lifted their respective titles on Saturday. Iversen is top Dane for a record-equalling seventh successive time, a feat he shares with two-time World Champion Ole Olsen who held 12 national titles in total. Smolinski's German championship is also a record-breaker, a sixth win surpassing Egon Muller’s previous best of five. And for Freddie Lindgren it's a long overdue first Swedish title. Find out how they did it in this week's issue, plus a worrying time for Lakeside, a bumper turn-out at Glasgow for a one-off Test, catching up with one of the sport's youngest long-distance travellers and a whole lot more!

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Week Ending AUGUST 11, 2018 (EUROPE)
We Three Kings of this national championship week are Niels-Kristian Iversen, Martin Smolinski and Freddie Lindgren, who lifted their respective titles on Saturday. Iversen is top Dane for a record-equalling seventh successive time, a feat he shares with two-time World Champion Ole Olsen who held 12 national titles in total. Smolinski's German championship is also a record-breaker, a sixth win surpassing Egon Muller’s previous best of five. And for Freddie Lindgren it's a long overdue first Swedish title. Find out how they did it in this week's issue, plus a worrying time for Lakeside, a bumper turn-out at Glasgow for a one-off Test, catching up with one of the sport's youngest long-distance travellers and a whole lot more!

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Week Ending AUGUST 4, 2018 (UK Only)
THE first three riders to officially qualify for the 2019 Grand Prix series are now known – and in this week's Speedway Star, we reflect on another frenetic GP Challenge that yielded its usual quota of heroes and hard luck stories. In the former camp are the three who went through – all former full-time GP riders – in Janusz Kolodziej, Niels-Kristian Iversen and Antonio Lindback; in the latter, a couple of Brits, Craig Cook and Robert Lambert, and Aussie Max Fricke. Read all about the goings-on in Landshut in this week's edition, plus Belle Vue's Adrian Smith on the latest stadium row in Manchester, a look ahead to this weekend's Great Britain v Australia Test match in Glasgow...and much, much more!

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Week Ending AUGUST 4, 2018 (EUROPE)
THE first three riders to officially qualify for the 2019 Grand Prix series are now known – and in this week's Speedway Star, we reflect on another frenetic GP Challenge that yielded its usual quota of heroes and hard luck stories. In the former camp are the three who went through – all former full-time GP riders – in Janusz Kolodziej, Niels-Kristian Iversen and Antonio Lindback; in the latter, a couple of Brits, Craig Cook and Robert Lambert, and Aussie Max Fricke. Read all about the goings-on in Landshut in this week's edition, plus Belle Vue's Adrian Smith on the latest stadium row in Manchester, a look ahead to this weekend's Great Britain v Australia Test match in Glasgow...and much, much more!

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Week Ending JULY 28, 2018 (UK Only)
NOT a lot happening in the speedway world this week... unless you count the British Grand Prix, the Championship Pairs, the World Under-21 Championship, and the forthcoming GP Challenge of course! We’ve got it all covered for you as usual, most notably a spectacular night of thrills and spills at Cardiff where Bartosz Zmarzlik made it back-to-back Principality Stadium wins for the Poles, Tai Woffinden extended his lead in the World title race, and both Jason Doyle and Craig Cook were lucky to emerge relatively unscathed from dramatic crashes. Also this week, interviews with Antonio Lindback ahead of the GP Challenge, Mildenhall’s talented teenager Drew Kemp and exciting news of a Test match in Britain – as the under-new-management Lions prepare to face Australia at Glasgow.

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Week Ending JULY 28, 2018 (EUROPE)
NOT a lot happening in the speedway world this week... unless you count the British Grand Prix, the Championship Pairs, the World Under-21 Championship, and the forthcoming GP Challenge of course! We’ve got it all covered for you as usual, most notably a spectacular night of thrills and spills at Cardiff where Bartosz Zmarzlik made it back-to-back Principality Stadium wins for the Poles, Tai Woffinden extended his lead in the World title race, and both Jason Doyle and Craig Cook were lucky to emerge relatively unscathed from dramatic crashes. Also this week, interviews with Antonio Lindback ahead of the GP Challenge, Mildenhall’s talented teenager Drew Kemp and exciting news of a Test match in Britain – as the under-new-management Lions prepare to face Australia at Glasgow.

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Week Ending JULY 21, 2018 (UK Only)
IT'S that time of year again, when the country's speedway community turns out in force to take over the centre of Cardiff in support of the home riders in the British Grand Prix. There are three to back this year – and we speak to all of them in this week's Speedway Star as World Championship leader Tai Woffinden, Craig Cook and wild card Robert Lambert give us their thoughts ahead of the Principality Stadium showpiece. It's been quite a week already for Lambert, who won the second round of the European Championship in Germany, and we have full coverage from Gustrow. The last – and so far only Brit – to have tasted GP success in Cardiff is Chris Harris, and he'll be in action at the weekend, too, in the Championship Pairs at Somerset. Bomber gives us his thoughts on that one, plus reports and pictures from a triumphant day for Young Britain in the World Under-21 Team Cup semi-final at Glasgow.

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Week Ending JULY 21, 2018 (EUROPE)
IT'S that time of year again, when the country's speedway community turns out in force to take over the centre of Cardiff in support of the home riders in the British Grand Prix. There are three to back this year – and we speak to all of them in this week's Speedway Star as World Championship leader Tai Woffinden, Craig Cook and wild card Robert Lambert give us their thoughts ahead of the Principality Stadium showpiece. It's been quite a week already for Lambert, who won the second round of the European Championship in Germany, and we have full coverage from Gustrow. The last – and so far only Brit – to have tasted GP success in Cardiff is Chris Harris, and he'll be in action at the weekend, too, in the Championship Pairs at Somerset. Bomber gives us his thoughts on that one, plus reports and pictures from a triumphant day for Young Britain in the World Under-21 Team Cup semi-final at Glasgow.

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Week Ending JULY 14, 2018 (UK Only)
RYE HOUSE are out of the Premiership – and promoter Steve Jenson insists that the top flight's decision to back fixed race-nights last winter is one of the main reasons why. As we mull over the aftermath of the Rockets' sad demise, Jenson claims: "Last year, things went well but the change to midweek was bound to cause a problem. It's well known that Mondays and Wednesdays are the worst days of the week for any form of entertainment." Read the full interview with the Rye boss in this week's Speedway Star, plus full coverage from Hallstavik where Poland's Maciej Janowski won the Swedish Grand Prix, but Britain's Tai Woffinden edged further ahead in the title race. We speak to Ellis Perks in the build-up to the GB under-21 side's World Team Cup semi-final at Glasgow and Peter Oakes presents a thought-provoking Talking Point in asking: has speedway really reached crisis point?

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Week Ending JULY 14, 2018 (EUROPE)
RYE HOUSE are out of the Premiership – and promoter Steve Jenson insists that the top flight's decision to back fixed race-nights last winter is one of the main reasons why. As we mull over the aftermath of the Rockets' sad demise, Jenson claims: "Last year, things went well but the change to midweek was bound to cause a problem. It's well known that Mondays and Wednesdays are the worst days of the week for any form of entertainment." Read the full interview with the Rye boss in this week's Speedway Star, plus full coverage from Hallstavik where Poland's Maciej Janowski won the Swedish Grand Prix, but Britain's Tai Woffinden edged further ahead in the title race. We speak to Ellis Perks in the build-up to the GB under-21 side's World Team Cup semi-final at Glasgow and Peter Oakes presents a thought-provoking Talking Point in asking: has speedway really reached crisis point?

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Week Ending JULY 7, 2018 (UK Only)
IN the week Tai Woffinden pulled 10 points clear in the World Championship race, his former club Rye House have been making the news in Britain. After unexpectedly calling off their home match against Swindon at short notice last week amidst speculation over the club's financial solvency, the Rockets have been keeping tight-lipped over their future – but we attempt to unravel the saga in this week's edition. Meanwhile, former Hoddesdon star Woffinden claimed gold in the third Grand Prix of the season in Denmark and we’ve got our usual extensive GP coverage from Horsens. Plus, reports and pictures of Peterborough's Championship Fours victory and the launch of Robert Lambert’s challenge for World Under-21 glory in Latvia.

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Week Ending JULY 7, 2018 (EUROPE)
IN the week Tai Woffinden pulled 10 points clear in the World Championship race, his former club Rye House have been making the news in Britain. After unexpectedly calling off their home match against Swindon at short notice last week amidst speculation over the club's financial solvency, the Rockets have been keeping tight-lipped over their future – but we attempt to unravel the saga in this week's edition. Meanwhile, former Hoddesdon star Woffinden claimed gold in the third Grand Prix of the season in Denmark and we’ve got our usual extensive GP coverage from Horsens. Plus, reports and pictures of Peterborough's Championship Fours victory and the launch of Robert Lambert’s challenge for World Under-21 glory in Latvia.

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