Thursday May 04, 2017
KING’S Lynn’s big winter signing Chris Holder has revealed his early-season woes.

Holder has struggled for form and has yet to reach his full points scoring ability in the handful of appearances for the Trucks R Us Stars.

But he’s also been struggling in Poland although he did notch 9+2 from six outings for Torun at the weekend.

“My form has been terrible in Britain and Poland,” he told the speedwaygp.com website. “It has been a pretty bad start. I had good intentions that it was all going to go well. I just haven’t been making good starts.”

And Holder has been in talks with engine tuner Peter Johns in a bid to help matters.

“I’ve been making changes with the bikes and it hasn’t been making any difference,” he said. “I took these engines out after the Zielona Gora match (April 22) and took them back to Johnsy.”

Holder scored 8+1 for Australia in the 49-41 defeat at the hands of Poland in Krakow on Wednesday. His Stars colleague Troy Batchelor scored 5+1.

Both will be back at the Adrian Flux Arena when Premiership racing returns next Wednesday, May 10, with the visit of Leicester.

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