Wednesday November 18, 2020
SHEFFIELD racer Josh Grajczonek romped to victory in the Queensland Solo Championship at the weekend.

Grajczonek, a title winner with Tigers in 2017, got the better of Leicester’s Ryan Douglas and new Poole signing Zane Keleher.

He was understandably delighted after a year without any competitive racing following the loss of the British season due to the pandemic.

“I haven’t competed in my state title in a couple of years now so it’s great,” he said.

“With everything going on with Covid we have been pretty lucky to be able to ride either motocross, dirt track or speedway every weekend for the last few months.

“Bike time is everything and it’s good to know where we are at since the last competitive speedway meeting I took place in was November last year.”

As for next year, he could have a major decision to make. Sheffield are in danger of becoming one of the clubs badly affected by a new clause in rider contracts in Poland restricting the amount of other leagues riders can race in.

Grajczonek has already agreed deals in Poland and Denmark which, under the clause, suggests he faces a choice between Sheffield and Sweden.

Nicki Pedersen and Jack Holder are also in that category and Tigers could be forced into a big restructure of their proposed side for the return to the Premiership.

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