The Wightlink Warriors are pleased to welcome three years old Harley-Jaye Cyprien who becomes a third Warrior mascot joining Charlie Luckman and Frankie Stacey and Barry Bishop explained, “His grandfather Stuart is a lifelong speedway fan and I am sure he will be thrilled when Harley takes to the track in April. Martin Widman and I are very keen to extend our number of mascots to encourage kids to get on the track and be part of the Warrior set up and we hope that more kids will take this opportunity.
We would like to thank our mascots sponsors SBS EPOS and Hubbards Mobile Speedway Museum for their kind support for the youngsters.
“We are lucky to have fantastic facilities at Smallbrook and given the work that has been done in the winter, Martin Widman and I are extremely proud of everything Team Warrior has achieved together and we hope that Wightlink Warrior fans will be surprised by the improvements we have all helped put in place both on and off the track to enhance the visitor experience. For us two it is not just about speedway it’s about the whole package – a great night out, and we will strive to achieve this.”