SIMON LAMBERT has vowed to “go again” after confirming his release from King’s Lynn. 

The Boston barnstormer released a statement this morning after receiving the news he would not be returning to the Adrian Flux Arena in the Sports Insure Premiership next season. 

The 34-year-old played a true skipper’s role for the Stars last season outfit top scoring with paid-17 against local rivals Ipswich in their final home fixture. 

And with that in mind, he hoped that he’d done enough to secure a team place in the Stars’ 2024 line-up. 

Lambert said: “I received a call last night saying I won’t be in the Lynn team next season. I am really disappointed after the season I had with them and performances I put in. 

“I’ve been overlooked by other clubs as a lot of people expected me to be back at Saddlebow Road, but hey, it’s speedway so I’ll wait for the phone to ring and we go again!

“I proved last year whether I was riding for Lynn or guesting for other clubs that I always give 110 per cent, and I ride for the badge to entertain the paying public because I love putting smiles on faces!

“Hopefully, someone gives me an opportunity because I have so much more to give in the sport.”


Words by Holeshot Media. 

Images by Taylor Lanning.