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Week Ending JUNE 24, 2017 (UK Only)
IF at first - or second, or third - you don't succeed, then try, try again. And after three consecutive runners-up finishes in the British Final, Craig Cook finally cracked it and proved the old adage on his home Belle Vue track on Monday night. Don't miss this week's Speedway Star for full coverage of the Workington double-upper's first national title success which capped an unforgettable week for the Cumbrian, who also won his Grand Prix qualifying semi-final in Italy – against a stellar line-up – to move onto the GP Challenge in Russia in August. But the latest Speedway Star is not purely a 'Craig Cook Special' - we also have reports and pictures from round two of the World Longtrack series at La Reole, a look ahead to this weekend's Danish GP in Horsens with Jason Doyle and all the latest top stories from around the speedway world.

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Week Ending JUNE 17, 2017 (UK Only)
BRITISH speedway returns to the nation's television screens next week as BT Sport begin their 2017 coverage with the national final at Belle Vue on Monday night. Scott Nicholls will swap his position in the BT studio as expert GP summariser for a place on the start-line as the Rye House star goes in search of title No. 8 in Manchester - and in this week’s edition, we talk to a man who knows a thing or two about winning the British Final. It's also a big weekend for Kevin Doolan, who hosts his 'Big Day Out' testimonial at Berwick on Saturday evening - and you can read all about it in our June 17 edition. Meanwhile, the Grand Prix series is already a third of the way through its 2017 itinerary after round four in Prague last weekend and, as always, we have a full round-up of the World Championship latest for you from our team in the Czech Republic.

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Week Ending JUNE 10, 2017 (UK Only)
OUR front cover star Craig Cook will lead Great Britain into World Games action in Poland next month in the absence of two-times World Champion Tai Woffinden - and in this week’s Speedway Star, the Belle Vue and Workington man reveals his thoughts on the prestigious event at Wroclaw, the controversial Woffinden saga and Team GB’s chances. Also this week, reports and pictures from the World Under-21 Team Cup semi-finals as Neil Vatcher’s Young Lions stamp their ticket to the final; we look ahead to this weekend’s Grand Prix in Prague in the company of World Champion Greg Hancock; and it’s been a whirlwind week for Stoke’s David Wallinger for more reason than one. Find out why in the June 10 edition of Speedway Star… on sale Thursday, June 8.

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Week Ending JUNE 3, 2017 (UK Only)
THE Poles were, well, poles apart in Daugavpils at the weekend where Piotr Pawlicki won a Grand Prix for the first time in his career - and was joined on the podium by his compatriots Patryk Dudek and Maciej Janowski. We have full coverage of the Latvian GP in this week's Speedway Star, plus reports and pictures from the opening round of the World Longtrack series in Herxheim where Jannick de Jong took the honours. Also this week, Swindon’s Bradley Wilson-Dean looks forward to his GP qualification bid, plus all the domestic news from a busy Bank Holiday weekend, including a big new signing for Peterborough in the shape of ex-GP star Chris Harris and a double retirement blow for Scunthorpe after Josh Auty and Josh Bailey called it quits within 24 hours of each other.

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Week Ending May 27, 2017 (UK Only)
DARCY Ward reckons Freddie Lindgren was the ‘weak link’ of the Speedway Grand Prix series - but not anymore. As the Swedish star opens plenty of eyes with his sizzling start to this year’s World Championship campaign, Darcy gives us his expert view on all things SGP - and plenty more besides - in this week’s edition of Speedway Star. We also speak to Niels-Kristian Iversen ahead of round three in Latvia on Saturday, front cover man Ricky Wells is our Star Guest and we have all the World Under-21 Championship latest as defending champion Max Fricke books his place in the Final series...albeit via the back door! Peter Oakes reveals an unlikely connection between Premier League runners-up Tottenham Hotspur and speedway, whilst grasstrack correspondent Jon Batham chats to World Longtrack contender James Shanes.

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Week Ending May 20, 2017 (UK Only)
WITH a little help from my friends... 'Fast' Freddie Lindgren powered to his first Grand Prix victory since 2012 - and only the second of his career - in Poland last weekend, and immediately acknowledged the part played by close pal Joonas Kylmakorpi in his Warsaw win. Read what both of them have to say about the early World Championship leader’s stunning start to the season in this week’s Speedway Star. We also pay tribute to long-time Star scribe Bob Radford, who passed away last week; go ‘Behind the Helmet’ with Conor Dwyer of Cradley; turn the club spotlight on Poland’s ROW Rybnik; and bring you all the latest transfer news, including wholesale changes at Premiership Somerset and a reserve switch at Championship Redcar.

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Week Ending May 13, 2017 (UK Only)
AMERICAN up-and-comer Broc Nicol is our front cover star this week - and in an exclusive interview with Peter Oakes, he reveals his hopes of landing a British league team place this summer with a Championship club. Like Nicol, Richie Worrall also wants a spot, albeit with a Premiership side to augment his Glasgow berth - and has some hard-hitting comments about the current regulations! Plus, we talk to Martin Vaculik ahead of round two of the SGP in Warsaw, 'honorary Brit' Rory Schlein on his qualification for the national final at Belle Vue and reveal the unlikely connection between speedway...and singer Kate Bush!

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Week Ending May 6, 2017 (UK Only)
THE GP Challenge rostrum of 2016 became the podium for the first Grand Prix of the year in Slovenia as Martin Vaculik took the gold medal on his return to the World Championship fray, ahead of Freddie Lindgren and Patryk Dudek. Read all about Vaculik's second career GP win on a wet night in Krsko in this week's Speedway Star. It was an up and down week for Britain's Robert Lambert, who was crowned British Under-21 Champion for the first time at Poole but was then ruled out of contention for the senior British Final without even turning a wheel in anger. Find out why in this week's Star, which also features interviews with up-and-coming Ipswich and Mildenhall man Connor Mountain , an unlikely celebrity speedway fan and grasstrack star Stephen Green.

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