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For several weeks it was certain that Jason Doyle would return to competing in the UK. The Australian informed that it is the Premiership, not Bauhaus-Ligan, that will be the second league in which he intends to start. Today it became clear which team the 2017 world champion will be racing in.


Doyle is one of the riders who need a large number of starts in the season. After the announcement of changes in the regulations introducing restrictions on the selection of only one league, apart from PGE Ekstraliga, he openly criticized the decisions of the Polish authorities. Before last season, as one of the few top speedway riders, he also decided to go to England, not Sweden, but due to Swindon Robins retirement, he ended up joining the Dackarna Malilla team. This time, nothing should stand in the way of Doyle’s start in the UK. His new club will be the Ipswich Witches team.

Let us remind you that the Doyle’s club in Poland has not changed. For the second year in a row, the 36-year-old rider will represent Fogo Unia Leszno.