The British Speedway Promoters' Association have announced the closure of Birmingham Brummies with immediate effect.
The British Speedway Promoters Association have taken control of Birmingham Brummies in a bid to keep the club alive.
- Pirates peg back Eagles
- Beleaguered Brummies battered
- Brummies future in doubt
- In-form Stars extend lead
- Rain denies Brummies
- Bees snatch win from Brummies
- Robins reign in the rain
- Brummies land Polish starlet
- Coventry stun Poole
- Skornicki out of hospital
- Maximum Iversen sees Stars top
- Stars close on leaders
- King reigns as Wolves downed
- Coventry take down leaders
- Stars level at the top
- Poole win big on Good Friday
- Lakeside extend lead
- Pirates and Stars win openers
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Coventry Bees took a step closer to the play-offs after beating the Swindon Robins 53-40 in a meeting filled with controversial refereeing decisions.
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Lakeside can make it two wins over Belle Vue Aces in four days, says Kelvin Tatum, but it'll be close!
Swindon are struggling this season but will fancy their chances at Birmingham, says Kelvin Tatum.
Belle Vue are unbeaten at home but Kelvin Tatum asks if they can transfer that form at Swindon.
Wolverhampton and Belle Vue will want to kick-start their seasons on Tuesday night, says Kelvin.
Speedway Pos Team Pts 1 Kings Lynn 61 2 Poole 55 3 Swindon 44 4 Eastbourne 41 5 Lakeside 41 6 Coventry 41 7 Wolverhampton 30 8 Leicester 22 9 Belle Vue 22
Speedway Pos Team Pts 1 Edinburgh 43 2 Ipswich 31 3 Scunthorpe 31 4 Somerset 27 5 Berwick 27 6 Newcastle 26 7 Redcar 22 8 Peterborough 19 9 Workington 19 10 Glasgow 15
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