Peterborough Panthers

REPORT: Another sensational late show sees Peterborough Panthers storm clear at the summit

Michael Palm Toft delivered another sensational late show as table-topping Peterborough Panthers zoomed seven points clear at the SGB Championship summit yesterday (July 15).

Ulrich Ostergaard with the trophies from Panthers' recent Fours success. Photo: David Lowndes.

Peterborough Panthers star out for a month starting with a Sunday showdown with Sheffield

Owner Ged Rathbone fears Peterborough Panthers could be without injured Ulrich Ostergaard for several weeks.

Ulrich Ostergaard leads heat for for Peterborough Panthers against Scunthorpe. Photo: David Lowndes.

REPORT: More pleasure and more pain for the table-topping Peterborough Panthers

Peterborough Panthers’ season of pleasure and pain continued last night (July 13) - as another success came complete with another injury blow.

Emil Grondal is due back in action for Panthers.

PREVIEW: Grondal is back and he could be the ace in the Peterborough Panthers’ pack

Peterborough Panthers team boss Carl Johnson is tipping fit-again Emil Grondal to be a trump card in the SGB Championship title chase.

Panthers riders celebrate with their fans. Picture: Colin Poole

Panthers have another awesome foursome

Panthers are bearing the fruits of success again – after retaining the SGB Championship Fours.

Ged Rathbone and Carl Johnson with the Fours trophy. Picture: Colin Poole

Riders told to forget about their ‘fantastic’ triumph

Owner Ged Rathbone hailed another ‘fantastic’ trophy win . . . then told his riders to forget about it.

Ulrich Ostergaard in action against Lakeside.

Crash victim Ostergaard is back with a bang

Ulrich Ostergaard admitted his comeback went much better than he dared to imagine after helping Panthers cement their position at the top of the SGB Championship.

Peterborough Panthers, from the left, owner Ged Rathbone, Scott Nicholls, Michael Palm Toft, Ulrich Ostergaard, Bradley Wilson-Dean, reserve Ellis Perks and team manager Carl Johnson, celebrate their Fours success. Picture: COLIN POOLE.

REPORT; Peterborough Panthers are ‘four-midable’ again

Peterborough Panthers produced a stunning defence of their SGB Championship crown yesterday (July 1).

Ulrich Ostergaard.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers pass toughest test with flying colours

Peterborough Panthers were supposed to face the toughest test of their sparkling season last night (June 29) . . . instead they picked up arguably their smoothest success yet.

Panthers number one Scott Nicholls.

MEETING PREVIEW: It’s all systems go for a top-of-the-table cracker

It’s all systems go for the biggest meeting of the SGB Championship season tonight (June 29)

The Panthers team that won the Fours last year.

Panthers out to hang on to their Fours crown up in Redcar

It’s a very different team at a very different track, but team boss Carl Johnson insists Panthers are strong contenders to retain their SGB Championship Fours crown on Sunday.

Ulrich Ostergaard should be back in action.

Massive match as the Hammers arrive at the Showground

Panthers team boss Carl Johnson is convinced a clash of the SGB Championship titans won’t disappoint tomorrow night.

Michael Palm Toft in action.

Danish ace Palm Toft can get to the top of his trade

Panthers owner Ged Rathbone reckons man-of-the-moment Michael Palm Toft could follow in the wheel-tracks of reigning world champion Jason Doyle – by swapping the second tier of British speedway for the sport’s biggest stages.

Michael Palm Toft.

MEETING REPORT: It’s a masterclass from Michael as Peterborough Panthers shoot clear at the top

Main man Michael Palm Toft delivered another masterclass as table-topping Peterborough Panthers reached the halfway point of their SGB Championship campaign in stunning style last night (June 21).

UIlrich Ostergaard crashes out of the Ipswich meeting.

A pain in the neck but Ostergaard was so lucky

Panthers owner Ged Rathbone admits he feared Ulrich Ostergaard’s season would be over in the immediate aftermath of a frightening Sunday smash.

Tom Bacon in action.

Tom brings home the Bacon from Scunthorpe

Red-hot reserve Tom Bacon insists he was always confident in his ability to perform at SGB Championship level.

Ulrich Ostergaard is catapulted into the fence during Panthers win over Ipswich. Photo: David Lowndes.

MEETING REPORT: Peterborough Panthers storm into the semi-finals, but Ostergaard crashes out

Peterborough Panthers’ smooth passage into the SGB Championship Shield semi-finals was soured by a serious smash involving Ulrich Ostergaard.

Rory Schlein is an Ipswich dangerman.

PREVIEW: A semi-final place at stake for Peterborough Panthers

Peterborough Panthers face a must-win clash with Ipswich in the Championship Shield at the East of England Arena today (June 17, 5pm).

Scott Nicholls.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers storm back to the top of the table

Peterborough Panthers issued another statement of SGB Championship intent by returning to the top of the table after ending the perfect home record of play-off rivals Scunthorpe last night (June 15).

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