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U21 Aussie Solo Champ Fricke Lines Up to Say Farewell

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Newly crowned three-times Under-21 Australian Speedway Champion, Max Fricke has confirmed his place in the Mark Lemon‰Ûªs Farewell meeting at Olympic Park Speedway on Friday, January 30th, celebrating Lemon‰Ûªs retirement from professional racing after 25-years in the sport.

Fricke, who finished fourth in this year‰Ûªs Australian Solo Championships, will be joined by Australian Championship fifth place and Victorian, Dakota North and Championship sixth place, Rohan Tungate. Australia‰Ûªs 1 to 3; Jason Doyle, Sam Masters and Justin Sedgmen are already confirmed to start.

In a meeting that will witness the return of Aussie Speedway Grand Prix star, Jason Crump for some hot laps around the Mildura boards, the line up also features some international flavor. Czech Grand Prix Wild Card and World Team Cup squad member, Matej Kus will have his first ride around Olympic Park Speedway for Lemo‰Ûªs Last Blast.

Completing the line up for the main event, Mildura rider, Brodie Waters will join Robert Branford, Ty Proctor and Mason Campton. The final rider will be Lemon himself, who will compete in his final meeting at Mildura before retirement.

‰ÛÏI am thrilled to have secured the services of many of the boys who have raced in this year‰Ûªs Aussie Titles and with 7 out of the 16 who competed in this year‰Ûªs Championship returning to Mildura, I am delighted that my Farewell meeting is looking more like an Aussie title renewal." Australian team manager Mark Lemon exclaimed.

"Being the Australian Team Manager and working with the boys over in Europe as well as racing, I am sure the meeting will be super competitive as nobody wants to be beaten by their Team Manager!

‰ÛÏI am in the process finalising the finishing touches for the meeting and will shortly be in a position to announce the meeting‰Ûªs Young Joeys (U21s) as well as some top names for the sidecar heats. This added this to the presence of special guest, Jason Crump for the night means we‰Ûªre in for a great night of racing.‰Û

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