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Wednesday 26th February 2014
by Mike Hunter
There's a change in the British lineup to race against the Rest of the World in the Ben Fund Bonanza at Leicester on Sunday 9th March (2pm).
Lewis Bridger has had to withdraw and his place will be taken by Redcar's new recruit Richard Lawson, making his first Bonanza appearance.

Great Britain boss Alun Rossiter said "Lewis got in touch to advise me that he couldn't guarantee having all of his equipment in place in time for the meeting, and he didn't want to go into it in a half-hearted fashion.

"I appreciate his honesty with that, and I've therefore called up Richard who is a rider who was always in my thoughts.

"I already know what several of the more experienced senior riders are capable of but it's also important that I start looking at those who have been making good progress recently, and this will be a good test for Richard to see how he adapts at this level."

REST OF THE WORLD

The Rest of the World side which presents Rosco's English lineup with its first test will be: Bjarne Pedersen (Eastbourne & Denmark), Josh Grajczonek (Poole, Workington and Australia), Adam Skornicki (Birmingham & Poland), Cameron Woodward (Eastbourne & Australia), Ty Proctor (Somerset and Wolverhampton), Patrick Hougaard (Leicester & Denmark), Nick Morris (Swindon & Australia) and Morten Risager (Ipswich & Denmark). Managing the rest of the World will be Garry Stead.
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