Adam Roynon says the standard of tomorrow’s British Semi-Final field at Owlerton would grace the final itself.
The Tigers ace, who is satisfied with his form so far this season but feels there is plenty more to come, is predicting a night of drama and tension as riders chase a top eight place.
And Roynon is desperate to get through to the final which will be on one of his former tracks. He was a firm favourite with National League Cradley Heath for two seasons and they race at Wolverhampton.
He said: “The line-up for the Sheffield meeting is so strong, so tough and there won’t be much home track advantage because there’s so many guys who love riding at Owlerton.
“Sheffield is one of my favourite tracks and I love racing there so hopefully I can have a good one and make it through to the final at Wolverhampton . I’m really looking forward to it and there will be plenty of home interest because there are four Sheffield riders in it.”
Roynon is joined by skipper Simon Stead and experienced duo Leigh Lanham and Andre Compton - and he reckons all four Tigers could make it through
“If we all have a good night and our machinery is good then there is no reason why we can’t,” said Roynon.