Monday January 03, 2022
BIRMINGHAM Brummies are officially under new ownership.

The takeover was sealed prior to Christmas with the Birmingham Speedway 2022 Ltd consortium purchasing the club from Peter and David Mason.

And fans have the chance to snap up season tickets and advance books of 10 tickets at the stadium this Sunday.

Brummies have already named four riders in Josh Auty, Stefan Nielsen, Ashley Morris and James Shanes - with talks ongoing with other riders behind the scenes to complete the side.

Meanwhile, extensive track work is due to get underway over the next few weeks with the club’s new owners determined to give Perry Barr ‘a track to be proud of’.

Said boss Laurence Rogers: “Everybody knows by now we had a few issues with the track last year - but one of the consortium’s first jobs was to make sure we get that sorted.

“It’s going to be totally relaid, we’re taking it right down to the base and starting again and we will have a super racetrack once again I’m sure.

“The blade we need to use should be available in a couple of weeks and as soon as it is, that track work will begin.

“As for the team, we’re more than happy with the four riders we’ve got so far, it already has the spine of a very solid looking team.

“We’ve been in talks with two more riders this week who we are hopeful of securing very soon and if all goes to plan there, then we’re pretty confident we know how we would like to complete the jigsaw.

“Everything is moving so quickly now but after all the hard work and efforts that went into securing the Brummies’ future, I have to say I’ve never really looked forward to a season the way I’m looking forward to 2022 with Birmingham.”

Rogers will be present at Perry Barr between 10.30am and 1pm this Sunday and season tickets are priced £225 for adults and £185 concessions.

Advance10 tickets are £160 adults and £130 concessions.

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