New Boy Zagar's out to Be Long-Term Ace ; Slovenian No 1 Here to Stay with Belle Vue

By Frost, Richard | Manchester Evening News, April 25, 2013 | Go to article overview

New Boy Zagar's out to Be Long-Term Ace ; Slovenian No 1 Here to Stay with Belle Vue


Frost, Richard, Manchester Evening News


ANEW star is rising at Belle Vue. Matej Zagar, their Slovenian No 1, is capturing the hearts of the home fans as he settles in at Kirkmanshulme Lane on his return to British racing.

And the 30-year-old showed it's a two-way affair by insisting he isn't here for a one-season ride.

The lure, of course, is to lead the Rentruck Aces into their new stadium, but Zagar says he would be back next year anyway.

That will be music to Belle Vue fans, who hope they are seeing the signs of Zagar developing into the out-and-out No 1 the team have been lacking.

He proved his rich ability by finishing second in the European Grand Prix in Bydgoszcz on Saturday.

That's an ability which will be given the acid test next Monday when the Aces are at home to a Poole side boasting World champion Chris Holder and his possible successor, Aussie boy wonder Darcy Ward.

Zagar said: "I am very happy I made the move to Belle Vue and I have settled in well.

"The team made a slow start but things have come together. We are more focussed now and the team is going forward.

"When I came here it was two years since the last time I had raced at Belle Vue. The track and the set-ups have changed a bit. And the weather was so cold as well.

"I need time to settle in and I can't say how the season is going after a couple of meetings. You can see better after half a season how you are doing.

"But so far it has been good. Jason Attwood, the team manager, is a good guy and there is a good atmosphere here. We have the ambition to do well.

"I am definitely thinking of being No 1 in the new stadium next year. …

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