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Skysports.com gives you the chance to follow all the Grand Prix action with our own programme.
A programme is an essential piece of kit for any speedway fan and we already bring you versions you can download for our live league racing.
Many of you have asked for a GP programme which you can fill in as we bring you our live coverage and so that is now also available.
You can download our programme, for free, giving you the chance to keep right up to date with the action from your own front room.
Click one of the links below for the format of your choice!
Click here for JPG version
Click here for PDF version
To celebrate the extended partnership between Sky Sports and British Speedway, we're pleased to announce that Sky Tickets will provide advance tickets for a range of speedway fixtures in 2014.
Sky Sports has secured six long-term rights agreements across six different sports including the British & Irish Lions, Super League rugby, England overseas cricket, Scottish football, speedway and sports entertainment leader, WWE.
The last year had plenty of highlights and memories but what is around the corner in 2014?
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