LEGENDARY Wolverhampton Speedway brothers Peter Karlsson and Mikael Max are just days away from their return to the area – for one night only!
The Swedes, who scored over 10,000 points over 1,000 meetings for the Monmore Green side, are set to take to the stage at the Cleveland Arms on Stowheath Lane on Thursday July 19 – 48-hours before they visit the British Grand Prix in Cardiff.
Both won league titles and Knockout Cups with the club and only retired last year after glittering careers.
Now they’ll look back on their time in the West Midlands, plus their international careers, in front of supporters on a night not to be missed.
Karlsson said: “I can’t wait to get across and see all my friends again and I know Mikael feels the same.
“We loved riding for Wolverhampton and even though we had spells at other clubs Wolves was always our home in the UK really.
“I had a great night for my farewell at the Cleveland Arms last year and it will be great to be back there with my brother. It’s going to be a really special night and a great way to start the Cardiff weekend.”
Fans have the opportunity to grab the last remaining VIP seats for £30 which includes a signed picture with the brothers, plus a buffet and priority seating. Standard tickets at £12 are also available.
Call 01902 451021 or visit clevelandarms.com for online orders. Doors open at 6pm for VIPs, 7pm for standard tickets and the show starts at 8pm.
Parrys International Wolves return to action on Monday when they face World Champion Jason Doyle and his Somerset Rebels at Monmore (7.30).
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