Fen Tigers Remain Bottom of Premier League
SPEEDWAY MILDENHALL Fen Tigers remain bottom of the British Premier League after losing twice to Scunthorpe Scorpions in the space of three days. After suffering a six-point defeat on the Friday night, they welcomed Scunthorpe to West Row on Sunday in the
MILDENHALL Fen Tigers remain bottom of the British Premier League after losing twice to Scunthorpe Scorpions in the space of three days.
After suffering a six-point defeat on the Friday night, they welcomed Scunthorpe to West Row on Sunday in the hope of claiming their first league points of the season.
They made their traditional slow start however, and found themselves 10 points down after only four races.
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The Fen Tigers got back to within five points at one stage, but in an ill-tempered affair there was some pushing and shoving in the pits after Jan Graversen had produced a hard ride in Heat 11.
Scunthorpe had the better strength in depth however, with four riders paid for double figures and Emiliano Sanchez suffering only one defeat at the hands of a home rider.
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Mildenhall scorers: 1. Michael Rajkowski 14 (six rides); 2. (Rider Replacement); 3. Kaj Laukkanen 4; 4. Tomas Suchanek 11 (paid 12); 5. Jan Graversen 8; 6. Henning Loof 2; Mark Baseby 1 (paid 2).
Fen Tigers travel to Glasgow Tigers in a bottom-of-the-table clash on Sunday 29 June at 4.30 pm.
Chris Schramm makes a guest appearance in place of Laukkanen (who is in Croatia representing Finland in the World Team Cup), and fellow Finn Jari Makinen also needs to be replaced due to injury, although Mildenhall have the option to choose the rider-replacement rule in his absence.
Henning Loof - who has struggled for form in recent weeks - is set to be replaced in the team by youngster Matt Wright.