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Lakeside Hammers season tickets now available

PUBLISHED: 13:00 12 December 2017

Jon Cook of Lakeside Hammers (pic Rob Newell/TGS Photo)

Jon Cook of Lakeside Hammers (pic Rob Newell/TGS Photo)

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Lakeside Hammers fans can grab the perfect Christmas present – a full season of Championship speedway.

The club is on their way back to professional racing after securing promotion from the National League after just one season and have assembled an exciting team for the 2018 Championship league campaign.

Season tickets are now available and existing holders have until January 15, 2018 to enjoy a discount price as a thank you for their continued backing of the club.

Hammers promoter Jon Cook said: “The buzz around the club is palatable and it’s not been like this since perhaps as long ago as 2008.

“We have a new committee in place helping behind the scenes to add more pizazz into our promotion, a team that has everyone talking and we are in a league that many Hammers fans have told me feels like the clubs home.

“Team building wise it hasn’t all been plain sailing and having early targets made ineligible was a challenge but we’ve benefited too with BSPA (British Speedway Promoters’ Association) confirmation that Ben and Zach are on their actual 2016 tier two figures and to have riders of the absolute quality of Nick (Morris) and Richard (Lawson) to lead us and all seven riders taking little or no persuasion to become Hammers has made my job rather easy.

“This league will be a new challenge for Stuart (Douglas) and I and looking at the absolute quality of riders and the massive city clubs it’s an experience we are looking forward to just as much as any other Hammers fans.

“Off track we’ve already had a very fruitful first meeting with the Raceway sites new owners and I think it’s hard to see how we could be better placed at this stage of the close season, the task now is to carry this feel-good factor into March.”

Season Tickets:

Number of standard meetings: 14

Prices:

Adults £230

Adult Renewals £215 (by January 15, 2018)

Concessions £200

Concessions Renewals £185 (by January 15, 2018)

Price includes admission to all meetings (including any semi-finals, or finals) one programme and parking inside the Arena complex

Kids season ticket (8-15 years old): £10 (does not include programme)

To download the Season Ticket Application form head to the club website lakesidehammers.co

General Meeting Admission:

Adult £17

Concessions £14

Students 16 years up £8

Kids (8-15) £1

Seven years and under free

Programmes £3.

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