Sam Masters Back in Wolves Colours for 2023

Australian rider Sam Masters has retained his place in the Wolves team for next year and will be leading them as captain.

After leading Wolves to the SGB Premiership play-off semi-finals, averaging 8.28 points, the team boss Peter Adams had no other choice but to keep Masters in his team.

On top of that, Adams was really impressed with the Aussies endurance towards the end of last season. The Wolves skipper managed to plough on through the pain of a shoulder injury, after a crash in Edinburgh which left him with a broken collarbone and a dislocated shoulder back in July.  

After last year’s performance, there is no doubt that the Wolverhampton boss is pleased with keeping the Newcastle-born racer for next year.

In an interview with FIM Speedway he said: “He’s a terrific rider, an excellent leader as captain of the team and he’ll be right up there again next year I’m sure.”

He also added: “We’re obviously delighted to have Sam back at Wolverhampton next year.

As soon as we spoke to him, it became clear he had no ideas whatsoever of moving anywhere else and he was in our plans.

He’s a fantastic club man all round and on track he just seems to get better and better year on year.” 

The club and fans will be hoping that Masters can once again deliver for the team, scoring more crucial points, to help them reach yet another semi-final play-off.

However, the wait is still long with the first meeting of the season not until the end of March, everyone will be wishing that Masters continues training and manages to stay fit until then 

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