ALL roads lead to Brandon for the prestigious Elite League Riders’ Championship on Saturday (7.30).
Brandon will play host to a huge night of action as the best riders in the top flight bring the curtain down on the Elite League campaign.
Grand Prix stars Chris Holder, Niels-Kristian Iversen, Chris Harris and Freddie Lindgren will all be in action in a star-studded field.
They are joined by a number of other big names including British World Cup heroes Robert Lambert, Danny King and Craig Cook plus seven-time British Champion Scott Nicholls.
BSPA Chairman Buster Chapman is anticipating an unmissable night of action in their final major event of the year.
Said Chapman: “It’s a very good line-up for what is still a very prestigious title, and I for one am very much looking forward to this meeting.
“We have reduced admission prices from last year’s levels as a way to say thank you to our fans for their loyal support of British speedway throughout the season.
“We have a good combination of top Grand Prix riders and some very popular club riders who I’m sure will put on a good show for the supporters.
“Obviously from my own point of view, with my King’s Lynn hat on, we have Niels-Kristian Iversen, winner of the Grand Prix in Torun at the weekend, and Robert Lambert, third in the World Under 21 Championship.
“I’m sure it will be a super night and as the final major event of the Elite League season I’d urge everyone to come along and support it.”
Admission has been priced at £20 for adults and £15 for concessions, whilst accompanying kids go FREE!
There will also be an autograph session from 6.30-7pm in the understand bar along with a bouncy castle and face painting.
ELITE LEAGUE RIDERS’ CHAMPIONSHIP LINE-UP:
Nick Morris (Swindon), Chris Harris (Coventry), Niels-Kristian Iversen (King’s Lynn), Chris Holder (Poole), Scott Nicholls (Belle Vue), Kyle Newman (Poole), Craig Cook (Belle Vue), Sam Masters (Wolverhampton), Danny King (Coventry), Kim Nilsson (Lakeside), Patrick Hougaard (Leicester), Edward Kennett (Lakeside), Rohan Tungate (Swindon), Robert Lambert (King’s Lynn), Freddie Lindgren (Wolverhampton), Paul Starke (Leicester).