Pan­thers bosses pre­pared to be pa­tient with new rider Br­zo­zowski

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Classifieds -

PAN­THERS bosses will not put new Pol­ish re­cruit Kamil Br­zo­zowski un­der pres­sure as he bids to find his feet in Bri­tish speedway.

The 23 year-old has failed to score in his first two meet­ings since be­ing drafted in by the city club as part of a ma­jor mid-sea­son shake-up.

Br­zo­zowski, who has been thrown straight into the main body of the Peter­bor­ough fold, has strug­gled on equip­ment bor­rowed from coun­try­man and close friend Krzysztof Buczkowski.

He is now at­tempt­ing to have his own ma­chin­ery flown over to these shores in time for to­mor­row’s crunch home clash against play-off ri­vals Lake­side.

Pan­thers di­rec­tor of speedway Peter Oakes said: “The prob­lem for Kamil is that he has not been us­ing his own equip­ment. He has bor­rowed a bike from Krzysztof who uses GM en­gines whereas Kamil has never rid-

ELITE LEAGUE den one be­fore.

“Kamil is now mak­ing ev­ery ef­fort to have his own ma­chin­ery flown over from Poland.

“He is hope­ful of it be­ing here for to­mor­row, but we are also look­ing into the pos­si­bil­ity of hav­ing an al­ter­na­tive in case that doesn’t prove to be the case. Ba­si­cally we need to get him onto a Jawa en­gine.

“It was al­ways go­ing to be very tough for Kamil to go straight in at num­ber two but it is some­thing we had to do to be able to keep Krzysztof at re­serve for as long as pos­si­ble.

“You can af­ford to give a rider time when you win meet­ings as we did on Mon­day by tak­ing all three points against Ip­swich.”

Br­zo­zowski was one of three rid­ers to ar­rive last week. Aussie ace Rory Sch­lein and French­man Mat Tre­sar­rieu were also snapped up with four oth­ers be­ing axed.

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THE NEW BOYS: From the left, Mathieu Tres­sarieu, Rory Sch­lein and Kamil Br­zo­zowski.

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