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Greg’s 2018 season is underway as he raced competitively for the first time in eight months in Round One of the 2018 Speedway Best Pairs series.
Representing Monster Energy alongside Pawel Przedpelski and Jack Holder, Greg helped the team to third place on the day with nine points from the qualifying heats, including two awesome victories that he had to work hard for.
Monster bowed out at the semi-final stage but it was a good return to action for the four-time World Champ, who was pleased to get some more time on the bike.
I think it went good for my first meeting back, I definitely feel like I blew some cobwebs off and I answered some questions to myself. Am I going to drop the clutch on time? Am I going to ride the bike right?” he said.
“I was nervous for the first couple of heats but as we got going I felt better and better and we learned some more about the bikes and now we can focus on something that will work for the Grand Prix
The main thing is we’ve got a good platform to build on now with the bikes and we have time to get everything exactly how we want it. It was all smooth today and we have six weeks before the first GP but I can’t afford to sit around, I need track time and to keep racing and I’m sure we’ll go to the first round with a good set-up.
The first Grand Prix is now just six weeks away and Greg will get plenty of bike time before then, including another round of the SBP and some league meetings with new club Stal Rseszow.