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Former Lakeside Hammers racer Tatum set to bring tour to National Speedway Museum

PUBLISHED: 14:30 12 February 2018

Lakeside Hammers' Kelvin Tatum (pic Rob Newell/CameraSport)

Lakeside Hammers' Kelvin Tatum (pic Rob Newell/CameraSport)

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Speedway’s TV duo Kelvin Tatum and Nigel Pearson bring their 2018 tour to the National Speedway Museum at Paradise Park on Tuesday (February 13).

The pair, who have appeared across the sport’s coverage over 15 years with Sky Sports, Eurosport and BT Sport, have enjoyed rave reviews of their show throughout the country.

They provide a perfect night out for fans in the build-up to a new season of racing with supporters of Rye House and Lakeside set to flock to the event.

Former British Champion Tatum said: “We’ve had a lot of requests to do a show in this part of the world, particularly from Rye House and Lakeside.

“We are truly honoured to be at the National Speedway Museum and we hope everyone in attendance has a truly wonderful evening.”

Pearson added: “We provide a insight into what makes a TV broadcast covering speedway and so far fans have found it fascinating.

“In addition we have some really funny stories about touring the country and throughout the continent on the Grand Prix series.

“I love the story of when Kelvin met the Queen and he has some pretty strong opinions on the sport.

“It should be a great night and we thank Pete Sampson and the team at the National Speedway Museum and Paradise Park for hosting us.”

Admission is £10 with doors opening at 7pm for the 8pm start.


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