DAN Bewley will defend his Peter Craven Memorial Trophy at Belle Vue on March 21 – in a meeting which will feature all four of Great Britain’s Speedway of Nations winners.
The Aces had already announced Robert Lambert and youngster Tom Brennan for the meeting, and have now confirmed treble World Champion Tai Woffinden will make a rare UK appearance.
Other names to be added to a stellar field are Belle Vue No.1 Max Fricke, British Champion Adam Ellis and former national holders Charles Wright and Chris Harris.
Aces CEO Mark Lemon said: “There is a real buzz around the club for this year’s Peter Craven Memorial, and the addition of these riders has made what was already a good field a fantastic one.
“It has all the hallmarks of a miniature Grand Prix in the making. Not only do we have former GP riders, but we now have current GP riders.”
Woffinden added: “I’m really excited to be able to get back on a bike in Manchester. It’s a place I really love to race, and I’ve never taken part in this event before.
“This meeting means a lot to Belle Vue and for me it’s all about going out and wanting to give something back to all the British fans who have been so supportive.”