Monday September 11, 2017
KING’S Lynn owner Keith Chapman is keen to repay loyal fans at their final meeting of the season this Wednesday.

The Trucks R Us Stars bring the curtain down on an eventful 2017 campaign when they face Rye House in a Premiership clash at the Adrian Flux Arena (7.30).

And he’s offering money back for supporters who were left short of racing at recent double headers.

Those who were present at the Wolverhampton meetings on August 23 can claim a £5 refund on production of their entry ticket.

And the August 31 double header which saw the Rye House clash in the second half washed out sees fans entitled to £8 back – again on production of their entry ticket.

In addition, Chapman is concerned season ticket holders have been left short changed and is inviting them to a VIP experience on Wednesday which includes viewing from inside the circuit, pit lane tour and access to the corporate hospitality facilities with one guest – plus a basket meal.

Said Chapman: “We want to say thank you to those fans who have stood by the club, it is very much appreciated.

“We are trying to repay them in some way and we hope to see them all on Wednesday when we are hoping to sign off the season with a win!

“Yes, it’s been eventful and turbulent at times but we are now looking to start building for next season.”

Stars are hoping to be at full strength for the meeting although there are still doubts over Tomas H Jonasson who is expected to make a decision on Tuesday.

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