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Week Ending MAY 25, 2019 (UK Only)
HE may not have been amongst the pre-meeting favourites, but that didn’t worry Leon Madsen as he powered to his maiden Grand Prix victory in Warsaw on Saturday night. The Dane certainly upset the applecart in the Polish capital by seeing off Freddie Lindgren, Patryk Dudek and Niels-Kristian Iversen in the final on a night when World Champion Tai Woffinden made an inauspicious start to the defence of his crown. Don’t miss this week's edition for full coverage of the 2019 opener, plus a look ahead to the start of the World Under-21 Championship title race, the latest on the potential Rye House revival as prospective promoter Jim Mead talks to Speedway Star and an interview with Cradley’s up-and-comer Harry McGurk.

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Week Ending MAY 25, 2019 (EUROPE)
HE may not have been amongst the pre-meeting favourites, but that didn’t worry Leon Madsen as he powered to his maiden Grand Prix victory in Warsaw on Saturday night. The Dane certainly upset the applecart in the Polish capital by seeing off Freddie Lindgren, Patryk Dudek and Niels-Kristian Iversen in the final on a night when World Champion Tai Woffinden made an inauspicious start to the defence of his crown. Don’t miss this week's edition for full coverage of the 2019 opener, plus a look ahead to the start of the World Under-21 Championship title race, the latest on the potential Rye House revival as prospective promoter Jim Mead talks to Speedway Star and an interview with Cradley’s up-and-comer Harry McGurk.

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Week Ending MAY 18, 2019 (UK Only)
BRITISH hotshot Robert Lambert played his part to the full in the Lions' charge to the Speedway of Nations finals last weekend – and now he's readying himself for the opening Grand Prix of the season after receiving a call-up as first reserve to replace Greg Hancock. We talk to the King's Lynn star in this week's Speedway Star as he reveals some of his hopes for a spectacularly busy and hectic 2019 season. Also this week, full coverage from the Nations Race-Off Two at Belle Vue on Saturday of course, plus an exclusive interview with GP mastermind Ole Olsen and all the latest news from home and abroad in another packed issue.

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Week Ending MAY 18, 2019 (EUROPE)
BRITISH hotshot Robert Lambert played his part to the full in the Lions' charge to the Speedway of Nations finals last weekend – and now he's readying himself for the opening Grand Prix of the season after receiving a call-up as first reserve to replace Greg Hancock. We talk to the King's Lynn star in this week's Speedway Star as he reveals some of his hopes for a spectacularly busy and hectic 2019 season. Also this week, full coverage from the Nations Race-Off Two at Belle Vue on Saturday of course, plus an exclusive interview with GP mastermind Ole Olsen and all the latest news from home and abroad in another packed issue.

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Week Ending MAY 11, 2019 (UK Only)
THE race to Russia for the Speedway of Nations Finals hots up this weekend as the Great Britain team aim to make the most of home advantage at Belle Vue in Race-Off Two. Amongst the opposition will be Australia and their Aces' star Max Fricke, who reveals his laidback attitude to Phil Lanning in this week's edition: "When I was younger you’d see kids throwing tantrums in the pits. My parents were very much that if I ever do that we'll not bring you to the races again. I was warned if I behave like that, we're packing the bikes up and going home." Also this week, reports and pictures from the SoN opener in Germany where Sweden won Race-Off One; GB under-21 boss Neil Vatcher reveals his under-21 squad; plus all the top stories from a busy Bank Holiday weekend.

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Week Ending MAY 11, 2019 (EUROPE)
THE race to Russia for the Speedway of Nations Finals hots up this weekend as the Great Britain team aim to make the most of home advantage at Belle Vue in Race-Off Two. Amongst the opposition will be Australia and their Aces' star Max Fricke, who reveals his laidback attitude to Phil Lanning in this week's edition: "When I was younger you’d see kids throwing tantrums in the pits. My parents were very much that if I ever do that we'll not bring you to the races again. I was warned if I behave like that, we're packing the bikes up and going home." Also this week, reports and pictures from the SoN opener in Germany where Sweden won Race-Off One; GB under-21 boss Neil Vatcher reveals his under-21 squad; plus all the top stories from a busy Bank Holiday weekend.

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Week Ending MAY 4, 2019 (UK Only)
ROBERT Lambert signed off with a win in his last British Under-21 Final to complete a hat-trick of victories in the event – and he tells Speedway Star readers: "Seriously, I should be doing well at my age. Obviously I've been racing at a high level so I should be winning. I can't keep saying I’m still a youngster. I've got an old head and young shoulders." Full coverage of the Under-21 Final from Berwick in this week’s edition, plus Martin Smolinski on the Speedway of Nations opener; front cover man Zaine Kennedy on a terrifying crash at Glasgow and life in Britain; the latest on the Godden engine revival; and all the top news stories from around the speedway globe as usual in another packed issue!

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Week Ending MAY 4, 2019 (EUROPE)
ROBERT Lambert signed off with a win in his last British Under-21 Final to complete a hat-trick of victories in the event – and he tells Speedway Star readers: "Seriously, I should be doing well at my age. Obviously I've been racing at a high level so I should be winning. I can't keep saying I’m still a youngster. I've got an old head and young shoulders." Full coverage of the Under-21 Final from Berwick in this week’s edition, plus Martin Smolinski on the Speedway of Nations opener; front cover man Zaine Kennedy on a terrifying crash at Glasgow and life in Britain; the latest on the Godden engine revival; and all the top news stories from around the speedway globe as usual in another packed issue!

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