Thursday August 20, 2020
PETERBOROUGH favourite Ulrich Ostergaard has sent a clear ‘count me in’ message to club bosses for next year.

Danish racer Ostergaard, who was part of the club’s stunning 2006 title success, was disappointed but not surprised when the league season was scrapped.

He is currently working full-time back in his home country but has every intention of returning to the East of England Arena next year.

“It would be nice to think clubs are allowed to go with the same team they named for this year,” he said.

“It’s so disappointing to lose a full season of league racing but understandable with everything going on in the world right now.

“I have so many friends in the Peterborough area and I will miss them as much as I will miss the racing. I regard Peterborough as my second home these days.

“I’m fortunate to have employment here in Denmark and I’m working for people who understand what I do which is great.

“I’d like to send my best wishes out to all Peterborough fans, sponsors and staff and look forward to seeing them again when we can.”

Meanwhile Panthers favourite Niels-Kristian Iversen is facing a race against time for the opening Grand Prix of the season which is just a week away.

Iversen had metalwork inserted in his broken wrist last week and remains confident of lining up in Wroclaw for the opening two rounds on Friday and Saturday, August 28 and 29. Fans can watch the action live on BT Sport.

Fans can secure a copy of a UK guide to the series including racecards, interviews and stats over 52 pages. It is available from the club’s programme publishers for £5 at and will be posted on the day of your order.

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