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SPEEDWAY LIVE: Birmingham Brummies 35 Swindon Robins 55

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RESULT: Birmingham Brummies 35-55 Swindon Robins

  • Birmingham Brummies: Danny King (FX-2^-R-1)3, Ben Barker (2-3-3-1-2), Seb Ulamek (R-2-2-2), Josh Auty (1-1*-F)2+1, Bjarne Pedersen (1-2-2-X)5, Martin Smolinski (3-X-2*-1"-1*-2)9+3, Nicolas Covatti (0-0-FX)0
  • Swindon Robins: Hans Andersen (3-3-0-2*)8+1, Nick Morris (1-0-1-3)5, Peter Kildemand (2*-3-3-3-3)14+1 PAID MAXIMUM, Jason Doyle (3-1-2*-3)9+1, Troy Batchelor (3-2-3-3-2*)13+1, Simon Stead (1*-0-FX-0)1+1, Dakota North, guest (2-2*-0-1)5+1
  • Reporting by ANDY WARREN AND NED PAYNE

  • Comments


    swindonspur 9:31pm Mon 1 Oct 12

    Imagine how good we would be if we had bombed Steady. Would have **** the league.

    Score: 0
    the don69 9:55pm Mon 1 Oct 12

    Stead is going to be a very weak link against Poole!could cost us the chance of beating Poole,should have replaced him long ago,just not contributing enough even at reserve!!!!!!!!!!

    Score: 0
    mikek 9:56pm Mon 1 Oct 12

    Stead will cost us in the final and Roscoe made a big mistake keeping him in. The rest simply magnificent with a 55-35 win

    Score: 0
    FedUpPubGoer 10:02pm Mon 1 Oct 12

    Rosco, why oh why do you keep on with Stead, he is totally useless away from Blunsdon. And aint much better at home. Get shot now before the poole primates win the league again.........

    Score: 0
    mikek 10:14pm Mon 1 Oct 12

    Lets Hope Lampart comes back fighting fit as he will be taking five rides for sure so one of Steads rides. Stead was even outscored by Dakota North who was excellent but poor Simon has never looked so bad pulling lockers yet again and nearly wiping Batch out in one race. Roscoe has a major problem if he wants to win the final as we need the extra strength in the lower order to compensate for Poole's heavy top end who blew Lakeside away. Real shame as Stead is a fabulous guy but has suffered massively with set ups and heat leader to reserve says it all. Too late for Simon to change his riding style but he should have closely watched Kildemand tonight who was simply stunning, and Simon might learn something about how to get the best out of these set ups and ride the bike instead of locking up all the time.

    Score: 0
    bobbinalong 12:31am Tue 2 Oct 12

    What can I add to whats already been said many many times before about Simon Stead costing Swindon Robins the League title. It is down to the management who have let sentimentality get in the way of making a clear and obvious decision many weeks ago. How many chances can you give one rider? Its not the odd meeting now its everyone where he just is not up to it. It is a shame after putting together good 6 riders for it to be spoilt by the 7th one.

    Score: 0
    bobbinalong 12:39am Tue 2 Oct 12

    What has happened to Lasse Bjerre - or is this not possible - is he doubled with Lampart? He may be a better bet than Stead especially away at Poole

    Score: 0
    REDROM 1:19am Tue 2 Oct 12

    Nice 1 Alun, Results are what matter 20 point win and no congrats ? shame.

    Score: 0
    gruntfuttocks 7:52am Tue 2 Oct 12

    REDROM wrote…


    Nice 1 Alun, Results are what matter 20 point win and no congrats ? shame.

    my thoughts exactly. it does seem that everyone else on here can only find things to moan about and are unable to find anything positive to say. a 20 point win is a huge achievement and should be welcomed. all the other people commenting have already decided that poole are gonna win so i suggest they log into the poole local paper and start congratulating them.

    Score: 0
    oldlegtrailer 7:55am Tue 2 Oct 12

    I think Rosco has tow choices. Rest Simon Stead for the Poole away meeting and find another option or at least get him up the Abbey for a good half day and work with him on starts and most of all to let the bike run out of the corners. He continually kills the momentum by locking up - he has done this for 2 seasons and no one seems to know the answer. Its simple if he cannot adjust his style he will never be any good with todays engines. Kildemand is an example of how to let in roll. Knock it (off) or lock it and it dies. This is our 1 chance in 40 odd years - come on Rosco step up to the mark its your call!

    Score: 0
    swindonspur 8:20am Tue 2 Oct 12

    gruntfuttocks wrote…


    REDROM wrote…


    Nice 1 Alun, Results are what matter 20 point win and no congrats ? shame.
    my thoughts exactly. it does seem that everyone else on here can only find things to moan about and are unable to find anything positive to say. a 20 point win is a huge achievement and should be welcomed. all the other people commenting have already decided that poole are gonna win so i suggest they log into the poole local paper and start congratulating them.

    Who has actually said Poole will win the league? All people are saying is he could cost us at Poole which is an opinion based on his performance there last time out and his general away performances all season.

    Score: 0
    Rovin Robin 10:15am Tue 2 Oct 12

    I predict a big future for Nick Morris and Peter Kildemand. I still cant figure out why Birmingham chose the inside half of the track to race on as thee speed was in the dirt after 4-5 races .They seemed to lose heart very quickly.. Simon i hate to state the obvious i think your chances are about dried up, sad as it is.....

    Score: 0
    oldlegtrailer 3:21pm Tue 2 Oct 12

    I think whatever we do we should use Simon for the home match at Swindon but we have to rest him for the away match at Poole. He is just not making the starts and at Poole he will be buried. He will grab a handful at home and may even turn up trumps on the Abbey track

    Score: 0
    swindonspur 3:33pm Tue 2 Oct 12

    oldlegtrailer wrote…


    I think whatever we do we should use Simon for the home match at Swindon but we have to rest him for the away match at Poole. He is just not making the starts and at Poole he will be buried. He will grab a handful at home and may even turn up trumps on the Abbey track

    He can't be rested. He is a permanant team member and not a double upper.

    Score: 0

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