25th March 2017
After two successful weekends of British Youth demonstration races, this coming weekend it’s the turn of the 500cc class, at both Workington on Saturday night and King’s Lynn on Sunday afternoon.
Kyle Bickley, Charlie Brooks, James Hitchen, Jordan Jenkins, Drew Kemp and Luke and Ben Woodhull are all busy preparing for their first competitive rides of the season.
It’s a real exciting time of the season, as all the boys are eagerly looking forward to their first races of what is hoped to be a successful season.
At both events the British Youth will be competing over four races, so plenty of track time for each and everyone of the boys.
The Young Lions would like to thank the Workington Promotion and Simon Lambert for allowing us to showcase the British Youth this coming weekend.
Supporters who are attending Workington Saturday and also Simon Lambert’s Testimonial meeting Sunday are urged to give the British Youth Rides plenty of support, as this is a special time for British Speedway and their Youth Development.
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