Duo eye Brit title

Published on 17th September 2022
Author George Dodds

Skipper Chris Harris and Leon Flint are back in FTS Bandits, powered by Keenwood Karpets, colours tomorrow afternoon when Belle Vue’s National Speedway Stadium hosts the restaging of the 2022 Sports Insure British Final.

Bomber was in a three-way tie on eight points with Tom Brennan and Dan Bewley when the original staging of the event was abandoned after heavy rain on August 1.

Leon, who has since been crowned British under-21 Champion and appeared in the GP2 at Cardiff, finished second behind his club-mate in his debut senior final ride.

Former champion Craig Cook replaces injured Glasgow team-mate Danyon Hume in Sunday’s field. The action begins at 3pm and those not making the trip to Manchester can follow the action on Eurosport and Discovery Plus.

Battling Bandits in the original running of the Championship, they meet again in heat one tomorrow. Picture: Ian Charles
George Dodds
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