PLYMOUTH have booked Chris Harris to guest at No.1 in tonight’s (Tuesday) Championship clash with Edinburgh.
Harris stands in for the injured Edward Kennett, whilst the Monarchs travel to the Coliseum without both Lasse Fredriksen and James Sarjeant after recent injury setbacks.
The visitors operate rider replacement for Fredriksen, whilst Sarjeant’s place is taken by 16-year-old Ben Trigger, who makes his first senior appearance at his local track.
The meeting also marks the commencement of Plymouth’s scheme for Under-16s to be admitted for free, with free 2022 season passes to be issued to all under-16s who attend on Tuesday.
Promoter Mark Phillips said: “We are very mindful that it is a unique week in the history of the United Kingdom to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee of our Queen Elizabeth, who has many connections to our Ocean City of Plymouth.
“It is very apt that our visitors this week will be the Edinburgh Monarchs, from another city with very proud links to the monarchy and Royal Family.
“It’s a school holiday and Bank Holiday week and we want to welcome as many families as possible to Plymouth Speedway to both celebrate with us and to have a great night of entertainment.”
PLYMOUTH: Chris Harris, Alfie Bowtell, Ben Barker, Michael Palm Toft, Hans Andersen, Harry McGurk, Ben Morley.
EDINBURGH: Sam Masters, Lasse Fredriksen R/R, Kye Thomson, Paco Castagna, Josh Pickering, Jacob Hook, Ben Trigger.