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Boosting the fixture list, track changes, Rory Schlein and that Good Friday opener - Ipswich promoter Chris Louis chats

02 February, 2018 - 12:23
Witches promotor Chris Louis congratulates Rory Schlein after a vital Witches heat win. Louis is looking foward to the season ahead. Photo: STEVE WALLER

Witches promotor Chris Louis congratulates Rory Schlein after a vital Witches heat win. Louis is looking foward to the season ahead. Photo: STEVE WALLER

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Mike Bacon chats to Ipswich Witches promoter Chris Louis as the 2018 season approaches

The speedway season is just over six weeks away.

And at Foxhall Stadium, the home of Ipswich Witches, plenty of work has already gone on off the track to get the team ready for 2018.

Now, work is happening on it to, as the Witches promotion make track alterations.

Promoter Chris Louis is helping oversee those changes. Mike Bacon caught up with him to talk track – and more besides!

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