Jawa power is top prize
THE top 250cc rider in the Fenland Grass Track Club s new season will be presented with a new JRM engine thanks to a new sponsorship deal. For the new 2007 season, the club has secured two new deals with Alan Bellham Speedway Services Ltd, of Terrington S
THE top 250cc rider in the Fenland Grass Track Club's new season will be presented with a new JRM engine thanks to a new sponsorship deal.
For the new 2007 season, the club has secured two new deals with Alan Bellham Speedway Services Ltd, of Terrington St Clement, who import Jawa (now known as JRM) racing engines and products into the country.
The newly developed 250cc engine has now been presented to the Fenland Grass Track Club and it will become the top prize in a series of events that will be run by the club in the three meetings to be raced in 2007.
Both the engine, and the crown of JRM 250cc Challenge Series champion, will be awarded to the top-scoring 250cc solo rider and should ensure a good standard of competitors at the meetings.
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The season will start with a race at South Runcton, on Friday, April 6. This will be followed by a race at New Drove, Wisbech on Saturday, June 9 and the third meeting at a venue near March on Sunday, October 14.
Alan Bellham, president of the Fenland Grass Track Club, has also put up a large cash prize for the best 350cc and 500cc solo riders over the three race series.
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The two series, both sponsored by The Speedway Service Ltd, should also attract a very good field of riders.
The club riders are already making preparations for the season ahead and Ipswich's Scott Campos, club champion at both 250cc and 500cc, will be competing in both the 2007 British 250cc Championships and the British under-21 Championships.
Young Wisbech rider, Jacob Taylor is moving up an age group this year, as is Adam Portwood, from March, who will be riding a new 250cc JRM bike for the forthcoming season.
Adam will also continue his speedway practice and is a Peterborough Panthers speedway mascot.
For more information about the club contact Phil on 01945 589613 or Gary on 01487 711194.