After the exclusion of Artem Laguta and Emil Sajfutdinov in the Grand Prix will start the native of Cumbria, Dan Bewley. The Englishman is happy that he will be competing with the best but admits that it will not be easy.
Everyone in the series is aiming for the same thing. They want to achieve the best possible result. I just want to show my best side this season and do the best job I can on the track. If I give 100 percent in every Grand Prix race I will be happy regardless of the result.
One of the most promising riders of the young generation is well aware of the fact that Grand Prix involves additional costs that have to be borne in order to compete on a level playing field.
– For sure in the current situation I’m very glad that we worked hard in the winter to make the bikes fast. For sure at Grand Prix we still have some work to do, these are additional costs but I think we’ll manage. When I look at the rate of riders in Grand Prix their averages are above two points per run in the Polish league. Mine last year was lower so I definitely have to do everything I can to go up in that regard and raise my level – continues Bewley.
On 21st March the young rider will race at Belle Vue to defend his championship title in the annual Peter Craven Memorial.
– I am really looking forward to this event. The field is great and it’s going to be a fantastic tournament. At the moment I don’t feel that I need much training to be able to compete successfully. I will go for the best possible result”, Dan Bewley said.