King's Lynn Stars

Carl Wilkinson. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn have got themselves out of a real muddle by making a reserve switch.

Simon Lambert. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Rob Lyon last night completed the penultimate piece in his King’s Lynn puzzle.

Lewis Kerr will have an instant reunion with his former King's Lynn team-mares. Photo: IAN BURT

King’s Lynn Stars will open their new Elite League season with a home clash against Lakeside.

The Zielona Gora fans at Lynn in 2014. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn supporters can look forward to a noisy start to the 2016 season when they welcome European opposition.

Action from former King's Lynn Stars rider Mads Korneliussen at the Norfolk Arena - Mads Korneliussens (red) takes to the track. Picture: Matthew Usher.

Mads Korneliussen admits the chance of making a dream King’s Lynn return was too good to turn down.

Rory Schlein in the pits. Picture: Ian Burt

Rory Schlein will make his return from a serious injury with the King’s Lynn Stars next season.

Troy Batchelor is returning to race for King's Lynn Stars.

Australian Troy Batchelor is returning to race for King’s Lynn Stars next year.

Robert Lambert.

Rob Lyon has solved the first part of a major King’s Lynn puzzle by keeping hold of Robert Lambert, writes Gavin Caney.

Robert Lambert. Picture: Ian Burt

Robert Lambert has taken the next step in his fledgling career by agreeing to ride in Sweden next season.

Niels-Kristian Iversen opens up to host Gavin Caney, left, during the recent night in his name at Lynn. Picture: IAN BURT

King’s Lynn icon Niels-Kristian Iversen was desperate to avoid driving another dagger into the heart of British speedway.

Niels-Kristian Iversen has temporarily turned his back on racing for King's Lynn. Picture: IAN BURT

Niels-Kristian Iversen has dealt King’s Lynn a monumental blow by deciding to take a break from the Elite League.

Darcy Ward lead the way for Poole back at his old club King's Lynn. Picture: Ian Burt

Former King’s Lynn Stars’ speedway ace Darcy Ward has accepted he may never walk again after suffering spinal injuries riding for Polish club Zielona Gora in August.

Lewis Rose. Picture: Ian Burt

‘Team Lewis’ have been reunited as King’s Lynn Stars begin their team building for the 2016 season.

Stars' promoter Buster Chapman. Picture: Ian Burt

Keith ‘Buster’ Chapman insists his actions will speak louder than words as he attempts to get British speedway back on track.

Lewis Whitmore

Talented King’s Lynn prospect Lewis Whitmore grabbed bronze during his first British Under-16 championship campaign.

King's Lynn Stars' stadium is called the Adrian Flux Arena. Picture: IAN BURT

Motor insurance brokers Adrian Flux have signed a three-year deal to become title sponsor of Cardiff’s British Grand Prix.

Stars' injured skipper Rory Schlein. Picture: Ian Burt

Rory Schlein has restored a smile to speedway’s face after announcing he plans to ride again in 2016.

Lewis Kerr laughing in the pits. Picture: Ian Burt

Long-term injury casualty Lewis Kerr made an emotional return to the Adrian Flux Arena last night as the Lynn Stars ended their Elite League season on a winning note.

Stars boss Rob Lyon. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Stars’ hopes of reaching the Elite League play-offs were extinguished last night when Belle Vue recorded an excellent away win.

The launch of the Poultec Speedway Training Program. Here Oliver Allen is pictured with some of the young riders who have signed up for the course. Picture: Ian Burt

If you cut Olly Allen, he bleeds speedway.

Stars guest Jacob Thorsell. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Stars suffered their first home defeat of the campaign last night to leave their Elite League play-off hopes hanging in the balance.


Darcy Ward is being flown back to England for further treatment after a slight improvement in his condition.

The waterlogged Adrian Flux Arena track is not fit for racing this evening. Picture: IAN BURT

King’s Lynn are facing a race against time to fulfil their Elite League fixtures.

Darcy Ward is recognised as one of speedway's most exciting talents. Picture: IAN BURT

The speedway family is holding its breath as the world waits to learn the full extent of Darcy Ward’s serious back injury.

Kenneth Bjerre packs up and heads for home without turning a wheel in anger. Picture: IAN BURT

Fed-up King’s Lynn boss Rob Lyon wants British speedway chiefs to help ease the pressure of late-summer fixture pile-ups.

Darcy Ward. Picture: Ian Burt

Former King’s Lynn rider Darcy Ward has undergone spinal surgery after being involved in a sickening crash last night.

Stars boss Rob Lyon. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Stars never looked like shining as they went down 53-39 at Swindon last night in a meeting interrupted by floodlight failure.

Chris Harris walked away from this fall in heat six. Picture: Ian Burt

The Stars head to Swindon knowing they’re just six points away from securing a play-off place after the Bees hit the self-destruct button.

Niels-Kristian Iversen, red helmet, did the business when it mattered for Lynn at Leicester. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

King’s Lynn triumphed against a resilient Leicester team to win a closely-contested match and firm up their play-off credentials.

Action from King's Lynn Stars v Leicester at the Adrian Flux Arena - Action from Heat 1.  Picture: Matthew Usher.

The patched-up Stars beat an understrength Leicester – and the weather – to move back into the play-off places.

Speedway rider Lewis Kerr is back home. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn speedway star Lewis Kerr is back home, after spending 10 days in hospital, following a horror smash.

Buster Chapman. Picture: IAN BURT

Buster Chapman believes two special relationships help him continue to make a huge sporting impact in King’s Lynn.

Niels-Kristian Iversen won the first heat of the night. Picture: Ian Burt

Wolverhampton 49 King’s Lynn Stars 41

Lewis Kerr, red helmet, in action earlier this season. Picture: IAN BURT

Jessie Kerr, who is currently pregnant, tweeted the update from Lynn Stars rider’s Twitter account earlier this morning.

Robert Lambert will have to make do with a watching brief this evening. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn head to Wolverhampton in a sombre mood this evening following Lewis Kerr’s involvement in a high-speed accident.

Lewis Kerr. Picture: Ian Burt

Speedway rider Lewis Kerr is in a stable condition at Addenbrooke’s Hospital following a high-speed accident in Peterborough.

Niels-Kristian Iversen in the pits. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Stars threw everything at Elite League leaders Coventry in a thrilling contest at Brandon on Friday – and came away with a thoroughly deserved point after a 48-42 defeat.

Stars boss Rob Lyon. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn boss Rob Lyon is confident his riders’ confidence has not been damaged by their poor away record in 2015.

Referee (L) David Robinson called the meeting to a halt after heat nine. Also pictured are (from left) Jason Doyle, Niels-Kristian Iversen, clerk of the course Sean Britton and Buster Chapman. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn were just four laps away from securing another Elite League win tonight before their meeting was controversially abandoned.

Speedway fans on turn two. Picture: Ian Burt

Niels-Kristian Iversen denied the Aces the losing point they deserved by producing a sublime last-heat win to strengthen the hosts’ play-off push.

Lynn were left with their heads down after another miserable away performance last night. Picture: IAN BURT

Not even a hefty 9+1 point haul from skipper Niels-Kristian Iversen could save the King’s Lynn Stars from another heavy 55-35 defeat when they visited the Belle Vue Aces last night.

Kenneth Bjerre leading heat 10. Picture: Ian Burt

Kenneth Bjerre and Nicklas Porsing rammed in their best Stars scores of the campaign as Wolverhampton’s 2015 misery continued.

From left, Chris Holder, Niels-Kristian Iversen and Peter Kildemand stand atop the British Grand Prix podium. Picture: DAVE FAIRBROTHER

Niels-Kristian Iversen bounced back from his World Cup nightmare by experiencing Grand Prix heaven in Cardiff.

Stars riders watching heat fifteen. Picture: Ian Burt

An incredible last-heat advantage from Robert Lambert and Niels-Kristian Iversen preserved the Stars’ unbeaten home record in 2015.

Stars' injured skipper Rory Schlein. Picture: Ian Burt

Popular speedway rider Rory Schlein is on the road to recovery following a serious spinal injury. He met Gavin Caney to tell the full story of his traumatic experience.

Rob Lyon discussed the debut of Vaclav Milik on the latest WNSP offering. Picture: IAN BURT

Fans of cricket and speedway will be extremely interested by the guests on our latest offering.

Rory Schlein, right, in the pits with Stars boss Rob Lyon. Picture: Ian Burt

Brave Rory Schlein received a rapturous reception last night as he made an emotional return to King’s Lynn.

Nicklas Porsing won heat nine. Picture: Ian Burt

Vaclav Milik’s scintillating Stars debut helped heap more away misery on the travel-sick Hammers.

The Stars did not shine at Lakeside on Friday.

King’s Lynn slid to a surprise 50-39 defeat at struggling Lakeside on Friday night.

King's Lynn Stars in action.

King’s Lynn Stars will be looking to heap more Arena Essex woe on the Lakeside Hammers this evening.

Vaclav Milik, wearing the colours of Poole last season, is now a Lynn rider. Picture: DAVE FAIRBROTHER

King’s Lynn Stars have signed Vaclav Milik as Rory Schlein’s replacement.

The 2014 Speedway Grand Prix champion, Greg Hancock. Picture: SPEEDWAY GP

The speedway world was left stunned last night when two of the sport’s top riders were involved in an incredible melee.

Niels-Kristian Iversen. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Stars’ Niels-Kristian Iversen was unable to prevent Sweden from snatching the Speedway World Cup from hosts and holders Denmark.

Niels-Kristian Iversen is targeting a fourth Speedway World Cup gold this evening. Picture: IAN BURT

King’s Lynn’s number one Niels-Kristian Iversen insists nothing less than gold will do for Denmark at this evening’s World Cup final, writes Gavin Caney.

British flags can still wave proudly despite their side's exit from the 2015 Speedway World Cup. Picture: IAN BURT

Maximum man Tai Woffinden was the star of tonight’s World Cup race-off but it was Poland, not Great Britain, who progressed to the final.

Danny King will be aiming to punch the air again in delight this evening for GB. Picture: IAN BURT

Four countries will do battle this evening in the hope of snatching the last place at this year’s World Cup final.

Robert Lambert in an early practice session. Picture: Ian Burt

Robert Lambert admits a harsh World Cup learning curve will only help take his promising career to the next level.

The Speedway World Cup at the Adrian Flux Arena. Picture: Ian Burt

The first bragging rights of an Ashes summer went to Australia as they edged Great Britain to progress straight through to Saturday’s World Cup final.

The Speedway World Cup at the Adrian Flux Arena. Robert Lambert. Picture: Ian Burt

Alun Rossiter was unable to replicate his dream Great Britain debut as Australia triumphed at the Adrian Flux Arena this evening.

Robert Lambert. Picture: Ian Burt

One of Norfolk’s hottest sporting talents is revving himself up to perform on the biggest stage of his young career.

Another bumper crowd, like this one last year, is expected at the Adrian Flux Arena tomorrow. Picture: MATTHEW USHER

Fans are gearing up for the now annual visit of the Speedway World Cup to England. GAVIN CANEY previews tomorrow’s event two at King’s Lynn.


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