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Hammers reveal new look

11:05 14 February 2014

The Vortex Lakeside Hammers have revealed a new look for the 2014 season (pic: Lakeside Hammers)

The Vortex Lakeside Hammers have revealed a new look for the 2014 season (pic: Lakeside Hammers)

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Speedway club unveil 2014 uniforms

The Vortex Lakeside Hammers have released details of the race suits that the team will be wearing during the 2014 Elite League speedway season, along with confirmation that replica tops will be available shortly for their supporters to buy.

Co-promoter Jon Cook said: “We felt that the time was right to freshen up the team look, but keeping the claret and blue as the central Club colours. “The riders are delighted with the new look and we hope fans will be too. We will be making the replica top version of the suit, which will be available shortly for purchase ahead of the start of season with team jackets plus other wear also available.”

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