Monday August 24, 2020
WOLVERHAMPTON’S new American racer Broc Nicol is to stay in the UK for the rest of the season – in the hope of getting some racing.

Nicol raced in the Grand Prix Challenge at the weekend in Croatia where he only managed three-points in a meeting which saw Matej Zagar, Oliver Berntzon and Krzysztok Kasprzak qualify for the 2021 SGP series.

But the Parrys International Wolves winter signing says the experience will make him a better rider.

“It was a disappointing result, of course, but I have learnt so much from the experience,” he said.

“I’m glad I made the trip over from America and then over to Croatia and it’s going to do me good.

“I want to thank everyone who made the trip possible for me and it was great to have Neil Evitts (ex-Wolves rider) and Connor Dugard there with me to help.

“Now I aim to stay in Europe for the rest of the season and see if I can get some meetings under my belt. If Wolverhampton get to stage a meeting in October I’d love to be there.

“It would also be cool to get the call from a Polish club, I’d love to head over there.”

Action is taking place throughout the country and Leicester staged round 2 of the British Youth Championship on Saturday.

Wolverhampton mascot Luke Harrison won the 250cc category and the third round goes ahead at King’s Lynn this Sunday. Tickets are on sale now from and racing will start at 5pm.

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