Tuesday August 01, 2017
LEICESTER ace Lasse Bjerre is keen to continue his excellent form as they head to Rye House on Wednesday (7.30).

The Danish racer has top scored for the Watling JCB Lions in their last two meetings, leading them to a hard-fought win over King’s Lynn in their latest outing.

He is now keen to build on his fine form as they head to Hoddesdon for a tough away meeting against the revamped Rockets before heading to Swindon 24 hours later.

Said Bjerre: “I’m really enjoying my racing at the moment, and things have been going well for me recently.

“I’ve been keeping busy which is good and I’ve actually got some new GM engines which are working really well.

“Hopefully I can keep riding well in the away meetings coming up and we can get some good results.”

The Lions have drafted in Josh Grajczonek to guest for Kim Nilsson at No.1, whilst rider replacement covers for the injured Pawel Przedpelski.

Meanwhile, Rye House hand a debut for former World No.2 Krzysztof Kasprzak at reserve after he joined the club last week.

RYE HOUSE: Chris Harris, Ben Barker, Ricky Wells, Stuart Robson, Scott Nicholls, Krzysztof Kasprzak, Ben Morley.
LEICESTER: Josh Grajczonek, Erik Riss, Lasse Bjerre, Pawel Prezdpelski R/R, Danny King, Kyle Newman, Josh Bates.

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