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BONANZA REUNION: Havelock and Stead back on track

There will be a special on-track reunion at the Ben Fund Bonanza at the Peterborough Arena on March 18.

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Steve Worrall (right) in action for Newcastle Diamonds.

World Cup man Worrall added to Ben Fund line-up

The latest addition to the Ben Fund Bonanza at Peterborough (March 18 ) is Scunthorpe’s new number one Stevie Worrall, returning to the club he rode for in the early days of his career.

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World champion Jason Doyle (left) is on his way to the Showground.

Two more riders still to go but Panthers are refusing to panic

Team boss Carl Johnson insists Panthers aren’t panicking - despite still having two empty slots in their 2018 team.

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Niels Kristian Iversen.

Iversen is another former Panthers star on his way back to Alwalton

Popular former Panthers star Niels Kristian Iversen is the latest big-name addition to the season-opening Ben Fund Bonanza.

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Chris Harris leads the way for Panthers in a KO Cup match against Ipswich last season.

SPEEDWAY FIXTURES: Panthers start at home to Lakeside Hammers in the League Cup

Team manager Carl Johnson insists a fast start will be essential as Peterborough Panthers go in search of more success.

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Hans Andersen.

SPEEDWAY: Hans Andersen and Kenneth Bjerre back at Alwalton

Peterborough Panthers will launch the 2018 season by staging a major meeting.

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Panthers have been linked with Scott Nicholls.

SPEEDWAY LATEST: Completing Panthers line-up could be a lengthy process

Team manager Carl Johnson has admitted that Peterborough Panthers may have to wait until the end of January to complete their 2018 team.

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Emil Grondal will ride for Panthers in 2018.

BREAKING NEWS: Emil is back with a point to prove

Peterborough Panthers have made club asset Emil Grondal their fifth signing for 2018 this morning (December 3) – and they reckon the Danish rider will have a point to prove.

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Peterborough Panthers speedway action at the East of England Arena.

SPEEDWAY LATEST: Panthers’ fine cut from £28,000 to £3,000

The heavy fine which threatened the future of Peterborough Panthers has been overturned on appeal.

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Michael Palm Toft.

SPEEDWAY LATEST: Panthers make four signings for 2018

Peterborough Panthers have tonight (November 27) unveiled four members of the team which will bid for SGB Championship honours in 2018.

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Chris Harris has left Peterborough Panthers for Glasgow.

BREAKING NEWS: Star man won’t be back at the Showground

Top British star Chris Harris won’t be racing for Peterborough Panthers next season.

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Peterborough Panthers will be after more silverware next season.

SPEEDWAY LATEST: Panthers back on track next year

Peterborough Panthers will race on in 2018.

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Ged Rathbone.

SPEEDWAY CONTROL BUREAU HEARING: No further action against Panthers chief

Peterborough Panthers owner Ged Rathbone will face no further punishment from the Speedway Control Bureau (SCB).

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Scott Nicholls riding for Peterborough Panthers against Ipswich.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Farcical final, farcical World Cup, farcical footballer

I like promoter Ged Rathbone’s refreshing honesty towards Panthers’ fans so I salute him and his team for securing a second major speedway trophy of the season last week.

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Ged Rathbone.

Rathbone remarks prompt ‘judicial inquiry’

Panthers owner Ged Rathbone is involved in another Speedway Control Bureau investigation.

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Owner Ged Rathbone, team boss Carl Johnson and promoter Trevor Swales pictured with the KO Cup.

Carry on cup-winning . . . that’s the aim for Panthers team boss

Proud team boss Carl Johnson hopes Panthers’ double-winning success of 2017 can mark the start of a golden era for the club.

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Panthers riders and officials at their awards night.

Double delight for Bacon

Panthers brought the curtain down on their double-winning season with an awards bash last Friday.

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Panthers team boss Carl Johnson.

MORE KO CUP FINAL REACTION: Witches were unlucky says Panthers team boss

Peterborohgh Panthers team chief Carl Johnson was magnanimous in the wake of the SGB Championship KO Cup success last night (October 26).

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Ulrich Ostergaard (right) and Ipswich captain Danny King with the SGB Championship KO Cup.

KO CUP FINAL REACTION: Support was ‘awesome’ says skipper

Peterborough Panthers captain Ulrich Ostergaard spoke of his delight after leading the club to another major crown.

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Peterborough Panthers celebrate their KO Cup success.

KO CUP FINAL: Panthers make it an honours double after dramatic finale

When Peterborough Panthers win a trophy, they do it with maximum drama.

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