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First Signing For 2018 Announced!

The ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers have moved quickly to secure the services of the 2017 British 500cc Youth Champion, Ipswich based Drew Kemp, for the 2018 season.

Kemp who claimed his title at Glasgow on Saturday, has been a regular visitor at Mildenhall this season and has impressed the Mildenhall management team both on and off the track. As well as the Glasgow round he also won at Redcar and Scunthorpe and was extremely unlucky when his bike packed up in the Belle Vue round final when leading Kyle Bickley. The Ipswich born racer who only turned fifteen on 11th August will start the 2018 season in one of the reserve berths for the Fen Tigers, and will feature on occasion this season as his other commitments allow.

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Tigers Back In PlayOff Picture

After a difficult fortnight on and off the track the ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers clawed their way back into the play-off picture with a performance of speed and aggression that left the Lakeside Hammers wondering what had hit them.
With Connor Mountain now back to his very best well supported by Danny Halsey and the burgeoning talent of 16 year old Jordan Jenkins the Fen Tigers were never in trouble as the visitors posted only two heat wins all afternoon, one of them in a messy heat two that saw just two finishers.

Mountain raced to an untroubled  15 point maximum with a display of pace and power whilst Halsey was unbeaten in his first three rides before unfortunately just running out of room as he tried his now ‘speciality’ move round the outside of bend two  and being relegated to the back in heat thirteen. Jenkins enthralled the large crowd with a display of maturity and skill as he passed all three heat leaders from Lakeside as he raced to a superb four races wins, his afternoon finishing unfortunately with an unlucky exclusion after a coming together with Ben Morley as he tried to pass the Lakeside star in heat fifteen. The highlight of Jenkins performance being a sublime outside pass round bends three and four of the aforementioned Lakeside skipper. With good back up from Jon Armstrong, Luke Ruddick and reserve Danno Verge the 21 point margin was a fair reflection of the afternoons racing.

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More Misfortune For Fen Tigers At Perry Barr

Following Saturday evenings last heat heartache, the ‘KJM/Manchetts’ Fen Tigers suffered more of the same in a spirited performance against Birmingham.  An devastating engine blow for Captain Jon Armstrong  followed by further problems with his second bike effectively put him out of the meeting whilst Danny Halsey also suffered as he shed a chain before the start of heat nine forcing the hard riding Fen Tiger to go off 15 metres.

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Sunday 27 August

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Concessions (60+) £11
Students £11
Junior (15 and under) free
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Programme £2

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Saturday 19 August

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