17th September 2017
The 2017 British Youth Championship concludes at Leicester on Sunday afternoon.
The series which has been another great success is bound to involve some spectacular racing as a number of riders in both the 500 and 250 classes chase rostrum finish.
In each of the 2 classes there will be 6 competitors, and the 2 newly crowned British Champions Drew Kemp 500 and Leon Flint 250s will be competing although at this round Flint will be making his competitive debut in the 500 class.
So plenty to look for and there will be a total of 14 races after Leicester fixture versus Coventry.
The Young Lions Management would like to thank the Leicester promotion for re-arranging this fixture and all their series sponsors and the Bspa for their continued support. Wessex Marine, Nuneaton Speedway Supporters , Meridian Lifts, Speedway Nut, Friends of Speedway, Rentruck, APT of Bournemouth and PHBS of Barnsley. Also Dave Gambrill of KandySoft Solutions and Emma Rothery of Trend Creative.
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