Hammers Set To Ring The Changes

The Lakeside Hammers Management will spend Tuesday surveying the damage of last night’s defeat to Poole, their first home League setback of this season, before deciding on possible changes to the team line-up before Friday’s crucial home meeting with Play Off qualification rivals Peterborough.

Hammers Prepare For Busy August

During August the Hammers will be staging a total of five home League meetings plus they also have four away matches during the month. These regular race nights coincide with the school summer holidays and the Hammers Management will, once again, be introducing the ‘Kids for a Quid’ scheme for the Friday August meetings.

Hammers Take On Bees

This evening’s match against the Bees is one that the Hammers riders are determined to win as they need to consolidate on their third place in the League table and despite their opponents currently being down in eighth place in table the Bees side does have riders who have performed well around the Arena-Essex Raceway in the past.

Hammers Return To Action

Normal admission prices will apply although members of the Armed Forces and their families will be given free admission to this meeting on production of valid services ID as part of Speedway’s support of Saturday’s Armed Forces Day.

Robbo Does The Hammers Proud

Lakeside Hammers reserve, Stuart Robson, caused a few eyebrows to be raised last night with his superb performance in the British Final, which took place at Wolverhampton’s Monmore Green track, when, after the 20 qualification heats, he claimed a place in the Semi Final ahead of more fancied British riders.

Hammers Aim To Prey On Eagles

The Hammers are looking to go into this meeting at full strength with reserve, Paul Hurry, hoping to return to the side following the injury he sustained in the home match against Poole resulting in him having to miss the last two home matches, against Wolverhampton and Peterborough.

Panthers Tamed By Hammers

Lakeside’s two best performers were Adam Shields (paid fourteen points) and Jonas Davidsson (thirteen points) and both featured in some of the best action of the evening, primarily when the lively Rory Schlein was in opposition. The new Peterborough signing was excellent value and passed Davidsson in heat three, inflicting the only defeat of the night on the Swede.

Hammers Look To Keep Momentum Going

We need to keep the momentum going on Friday against the new look Peterborough team. They are looking to gain one of the four Play Off places come the end of the season and we are determined to maintain our second place in the table. The Panthers Management appear to have made a good choice for their guest as Scott Nicholls usually goes well around our Raceway.

Hammers Crash To Victory!

The meeting was full of incident as both sides scrapped, particularly in the latter stages as Wolves tried to pull back the deficit. There were a number of spills and plenty of thrills as early as the opening race when Tyron Proctor sent race leader Lee Richardson crashing, earning an exclusion for this efforts.

Lee Richardson Rides for the Hammers

LEE RICHARDSON RIDES FOR THE HAMMERS  Lee Richardson will make his season’s debut for the Hammers tonight at Ipswich despite leaving the British Semi Final at King’s Lynn last night by ambulance. The England international suffered a foot injury in the crash and was fortunate not to suffer concussion in a crash which wrote off his […]

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