World U21 Final wild card Adam Ellis says racing against the sport's top youngsters will be an invaluable experience.
The Elite League fixtures for the 2011 season have been released by the British Speedway Promoters' Association.
- Witches seal EL place
- Witches edge ahead
- Eagles take cup advantage
- Pirates finish on a high
- Bees fly into play-offs
- Bees take pairs title
- Eagles on a high
- Busy Bees hold all the Aces
- Witches shoot down Robins
- Poole destroy Swindon hopes
- Panthers into third
- Witches make changes
- Eagles soar to win
- Robins eye play-off spot
- Lakeside win; Panthers into fourth
- Witches off the bottom
- Poole maintain home form
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A nasty crash involving Sheffield's Andre Compton overshadowed last night's meeting with Somerset in the Premier League.
Mike Wedderburn kicks off the countdown to the Sky Sports News relaunch to Sky Sports News HQ.
To celebrate the partnership between Sky Sports and British Speedway, Sky Tickets have an exclusive offer.
Make sure you make the most of your Elite League speedway action with the Sky Sports programme.
An extensive preview of the new Elite League speedway season, which looks set to be the most exciting for years.
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 52 2 Lakeside 37 3 Poole 36 4 Eastbourne 33 5 Swindon 31 6 Coventry 30 7 Wolverhampton 26 8 Belle Vue 19 9 Leicester 17
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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