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All you need to know including dates & teams

After a successful debut season in 2021, the Racing League will return on Thursday, August 4. The competition, which starts at Doncaster and finishes at Newcastle in September, has changed slightly but don’t worry, we’ve got all the details here at Paddy Power News.



The 2021 Racing League was based around 12 sponsored teams, however, this year’s teams will be regions. We’ve got Scotland, the North, Ireland, Yorkshire, Wales and the West, the East, London and the South.

There will be six meetings – and 42 races in total – every Thursday night. There will be two entries from each region in every race (14 runners) and it’ll be based on a points system.

First place will secure 25 points, with points up for grabs in the first ten positions. Oh, there’s also over £2m in prize money on offer over the few weeks…

The full list of teams involved are at the bottom of this article.

When is it?

The action will take place every Thursday night from August 4 until September 15. You can watch every race on Sky Sports Racing and ITV4.

Where is it?

The racing is spread across numerous UK tracks over the next few weeks.

August 4: Doncaster
August 11: Linfield
August 25: Newcastle
September 1: Windsor
September 8: Southwell
September 15: Newcastle

Full list of teams:

Wales and the West
Team manager: Jamie Osborne
Frankie Dettori
adam kirby
David Egan
Callum Shepherd
Neil Callan
Clifford Lee

Team manager: Kevin Blake
Tom Marquend
Jason Watson
Tyler Herd
Dylan Browne McMonagle
Gavin Ryan
Billy Lee

The North
Team manager: Mick Quinn
jamie spencer
Paul Hanagan
Ben Robinson
conor beasley
harrison shaw
Pat Cosgrave
Lewis Edmunds

London and the South
Team manager: Matt Chapman
Nicholas Curry
Sean Levy
Marco Giani
Daniel Muscutt
Laura Pearson
Eoin Walsh
louis steward

Team manager: Rupert Bell
Jack Mitchell
Hayley Turner
Paul Mulrennan
David Allen

Team manager: Linda Perratt
Kevin Stott
Ryan Sexton
Andrew Mullen
ben curtis
Graham Lee
james sullivan
Rowan Scott


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