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Week Ending JANUARY 15, 2022 (UK Only)
RETURNING Polish star Tobiasz Musielak has an impressive track record in British racing – he won the Premiership league title twice in three seasons with Swindon. Now he's facing a fresh challenge with new club Sheffield and in this week’s edition reveals: "I've never been to Owlerton before but I am sure I am going to love the track. I’ve been watching some races on YouTube and I am pretty sure it’s going to be a blast. There is a lot of good stuff about British speedway. English tracks are completely different from others in Europe."

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Week Ending JANUARY 15, 2022 (EUROPE)
RETURNING Polish star Tobiasz Musielak has an impressive track record in British racing – he won the Premiership league title twice in three seasons with Swindon. Now he's facing a fresh challenge with new club Sheffield and in this week’s edition reveals: "I've never been to Owlerton before but I am sure I am going to love the track. I’ve been watching some races on YouTube and I am pretty sure it’s going to be a blast. There is a lot of good stuff about British speedway. English tracks are completely different from others in Europe."

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Week Ending JANUARY 8, 2022 (UK Only)
AUSTRALIAN racer Josh Macdonald is convinced his career has been saved – by laser eye surgery. A late season appearance in Redcar's Silver Helmet individual meeting last October convinced the then Scunthorpe rider that he needed to do something about his failing vision and in this week's magazine, he candidly admits: "I couldn’t see properly. When I came back into the pits, Ty Proctor, who was also riding in the meeting, said, ‘you can't see a thing out there, can you?' and I said 'not really'. Then he said, 'get your eyes done as soon as you get home'. Ty has seen me ride right through the years and he picked up on it when I did a night meeting. It wasn't ideal when you are riding and you can't see good, you are not really very confident either, sometimes you are second guessing everything. You are trying to stay alert as much as you can and sometimes you just make a mistake. You have to focus 24/7 when you are riding."

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Week Ending JANUARY 8, 2022 (EUROPE)
AUSTRALIAN racer Josh Macdonald is convinced his career has been saved – by laser eye surgery. A late season appearance in Redcar's Silver Helmet individual meeting last October convinced the then Scunthorpe rider that he needed to do something about his failing vision and in this week's magazine, he candidly admits: "I couldn’t see properly. When I came back into the pits, Ty Proctor, who was also riding in the meeting, said, ‘you can't see a thing out there, can you?' and I said 'not really'. Then he said, 'get your eyes done as soon as you get home'. Ty has seen me ride right through the years and he picked up on it when I did a night meeting. It wasn't ideal when you are riding and you can't see good, you are not really very confident either, sometimes you are second guessing everything. You are trying to stay alert as much as you can and sometimes you just make a mistake. You have to focus 24/7 when you are riding."

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Week Ending JANUARY 1, 2022 (UK Only)
HATS off to Danish newcomer Benjamin Basso, who made quite an impression on his British league debut with second-tier champions Poole last season. A winter move to Glasgow didn't endear him quite so much to the Pirates faithful, however, and the youngster admits in this week's Speedway Star: "I can sense they are pretty disappointed with my decision. It was a tough decision but I didn’t really have a choice because of the Danish league clashing with the Wednesday meetings. But I have no bad feelings with Poole at all, I had such a great time there. The people around the club were really good to me."

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Week Ending JANUARY 1, 2022 (EUROPE)
HATS off to Danish newcomer Benjamin Basso, who made quite an impression on his British league debut with second-tier champions Poole last season. A winter move to Glasgow didn't endear him quite so much to the Pirates faithful, however, and the youngster admits in this week's Speedway Star: "I can sense they are pretty disappointed with my decision. It was a tough decision but I didn’t really have a choice because of the Danish league clashing with the Wednesday meetings. But I have no bad feelings with Poole at all, I had such a great time there. The people around the club were really good to me."

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