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Wednesday 2nd March 2016
by Mike Hunter
There will be a lot of attention on Coventry's Krzysztof Kasprzak at the Ben Fund Bonanza at King's Lynn on Saturday 12th March.
Gary Havelock believes that the brilliant though sometimes inconsistent Pole is the Bees' key man this season and will certainly want him to get off to a good start.

Kasprzak was runner-up in the Ben Fund Bonanza at Rye House in 2010 and also rode in the Scunthorpe meeting the following year.

He says "It's a good meeting to start the season and I'm very happy I can ride in it and help riders who are injured. King's Lynn is a very good track for the meeting.

"I've had some injuries but never so bad that I have had to call on the Ben Fund.”

There is one change to the lineup, though it certainly isn't weakened. Thomas Jorgensen has had to withdraw and he will be replaced by Danny King, riding in his fifth Bonanza. Danny had volunteered just after the original field was completed, so now he's back in.

A major recent contribution to the Benevolent Fund has come from the former Plymouth Supporters Club, now disbanded who have handed over the balance of their club funds to the riders' charity.

They will be prominent in the sponsors list for the event next week.

Amongst the many things going on at King's Lynn will be a raffle, with a top prize of tickets for two to all the BSPA shared events in the coming season.

Admission prices will be £16 (adults), £14 (concessions), £5 (children 10-15) with Under-10s free. The Bonanza organisers will be utilising the King's Lynn admission arrangements and payment may be made on the day by credit card.

Ben Fund Bonanza lineup: Chris Harris, Jason Doyle, Josh Auty, Robert Lambert, Lewis Kerr, Bjarne Pedersen, Richie Worrall, Steve Worrall, Ulrich Ostergaard, Josh Bates, Nikolai Klindt, Rory Schlein, Ben Barker, Simon Stead, Mads Korneliussen, Krzysztof Kasprzak, Craig Cook, Danny King, Kevin Doolan, Emil Grondal.


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