Peterborough Panthers

PREVIEW: City racers chasing national and world glory

Peterborough Panthers are chasing silverware tomorrow (July 21) when main men Chris Harris and Jack Holder represent the club in the SGB Championship pairs at Somerset.

Richie Worrall guests for Panthers in Redcar.

PREVIEW: Impressive guest list for the city racers

Peterborough Panthers have raided Glasgow ahead of their SGB Championship meeting at Redcar tonight (July 20).

Action from heat two of Panthers v Redcar with Simon Lambert (red helmet) and Tom Bacon (blue) in action for the city side. Photo: David Lowndes.

REPORT: Another successful bear hunt for city side

Peterborough Panthers probably wish they could race against Redcar in every meeting.

Bradley Wilson-Dean (blue helmet) and Chris Harris will be key men for Panthers against Redcar.

PREVIEW: A crucial week has to start with a big bounce back to winning ways

Peterborough Panthers begin a crucial week as they attempt to salvage their SGB Championship season.


POSTPONEMENT: Meeting washed out

Peterborough Panthers scheduled British League meeting at Workington tonight (July 15) was postponed because of a waterlogged track.

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Action from heat two involving Tom Bacon (blue helmet) and Liam Carr (red) for Panthers against Sheffield. Photo: David Lowndes.

REPORT: Defeated, disappointed, disgusted, a summary of Panthers’ mood

Defeated – that was Peterborough Panthers after a third home loss of the SGB Championship season last night (July 14).

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Michael Palm Toft riding for Panthers in 2016.

PREVIEW: Palm Toft back with Panthers in middle leg of busy three days

Michael Palm Toft is back in Peterborough Panthers colours for one night only tomorrow (July 15).

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Simon Lambert

INTERVIEW: Lambert is ready to do himself justice at last

Peterborough Panthers reserve Simon Lambert is ready to roar back into action - barely a month after undergoing surgery.

Simon Lambert returns for Panthers at the weekend.

LATEST NEWS: Carr will drive off as Lambert returns

Peterborough Panthers are set to welcome Simon Lambert back into action this Sunday (July 16).

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Jack Holder is Panthers new number one.

LATEST NEWS: Holder is back at number one

Peterborough Panthers chief Carl Johnson insists Jack Holder deserves his return to number one.

Paul Starke (red) scored 13 + 1 points for Panthers in Glasgow.

MEETING REPORT: Honour in defeat after a number one dropout

Peterborough Panthers were defeated but not disgraced last night (July 8).

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Ben Barker guests for Panthers at Glasgow.

LATEST NEWS: From public enemy number one to team-mate

Team manager Carl Johnson insists Peterborough Panthers have made the correct choice of guest number one for a crunch SGB Championship clash tonight (July 8).

Paul Starke top scored with 14 points.

MEETING REPORT: Starke stars in a big Bear bashing

The Peterborough Panthers charge is really gathering pace.

Tom Bacon.

Backing for rookie reserve Bacon

Panthers team boss Carl Johnson believes Tom Bacon is showing he belongs in the SGB Championship.

Chris Harris in action for Panthers.

Panthers helped Harris get back to his best form

Panthers number one Chris Harris goes in search of World Cup glory on Saturday night – and he reckons joining the city club has helped get him back to his best.

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Jack Holder leads the way against Ipswich.

Holder ‘incredible’ for one so young says team boss

Team boss Carl Johnson believes Panthers sensation Jack Holder is riding at a level way beyond his years.

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Josh Grajczonek leads Panthers team-mate Bradley Wilson-Dean into the firts corner of heat six against Ipswich. Photo: David Lowndes.

MEETING REPORT: Jack’s the lad again in thrilling victory

East Anglian derbies at the East of England Arena are following a familiar script this season – and Peterborough Panthers won’t mind that.

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The Great Britain that triumphed in Event One in the World Cup. They are, back row, left to right, Alun Rossiter (team manager), Craig Cook, Adam Ellis, front row, Chris Harris, Steve Worrall, Robert Lambert. Photo: Ian Charles.

WORLD CUP: City racer creates a slice of history

Peterborough Panthers number one Chris Harris created a slice of history while helping Great Britain to Speedway World Cup glory last night (July 1).

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Chris Harris in action against Glasgow Tigers. Picture: David Lowndes

Another super show needed to beat the Witches

Team boss Carl Johnson hailed Panthers’ finest performance of the season – then insisted they will instantly need to produce an even better one.

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Jack Holder on his way to another maximum against Berwick.

Panthers package working to perfection for happy Holder

Modest Jack Holder insists he is merely part of a package working to perfection.

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