By Steve Carpenter Wednesday 30 January 2013 Updated: 30/01 12:45
A NEW team manager will lead Coventry Cycle Speedway Club for the upcoming season which gets under way in March.
Lee Marsh has replaced long serving Steve Bromwich in the top job at Hearsall Common.
Bromwich is stepping down from the role due to health problems after a 12-year tenure and with the club now adopting a home grown policy, Marsh accepts any further glory lies in the future as the club looks to promote from junior to senior level.
Coventry have also appointed Andy Drewett to take charge of the second and junior team, while Dave Frith was elected as club captain
They are likely to start the new season by racing at East London on March 17 before hosting the Londoners at Hearsall Common one week later.
The club have also confirmed they will host a free Bank Holiday attraction when they stage the British Final at Hearsall Common this summer
The British Final on August 26 will be shown on Sky Sports and will be broadcast in over 30 countries worldwide.
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