Somerset Rebels new signing Josh Grajczonek gets 'good run-out' at Berwick Ben Fund meeting
New Cases Somerset Rebels rider Josh Grajczonek got his speedway season off to an early start on Saturday night when he competed in the Ben Fund meeting at Berwick.
Grajczonek gave a good account of himself, but just missed out on countback for a place in the B Final after both he and Chris Harris finished with eight points from their four rides.
King’s Lynn’s Mads Korneliussen went on to win the meeting at Shielfield Park.
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The Ben Fund, which raises money for the Speedway Riders’ Benevolent Fund, has quickly established itself as a traditional curtain raiser of the speedway season.
Rebels promoter Debbie Hancock said: “Josh put in a good performance after only being back in the UK for little more than a week.
"But for a little more luck, he might have earned himself a berth in the B Final, but it was a good run-out for him before the season gets under way in earnest.”