Sam Masters: Wolverhampton Wolves can cope with injuries
Sam Masters insists covering for Wolverhampton’s injured riders isn’t as bad as it may seem.
They went into last night’s abandoned Knockout Cup Final missing four of their top five – and the same will apply next Monday when they head to Belle Vue for the restaging.
Stand-in skipper Masters said: “It’s very hard without the guys, but then again with the guests we all know each other and we all get on pretty well so I thought we had a pretty good team.
“I was looking forward to seeing what the result was going to be because it was getting pretty interesting, but we’ll see now on Monday.”
And Masters says the stunning Manchester track rules out any home track advantage for the Aces – whatever the conditions. It is widely regarded as one of the best circuits in the world and often produces thrilling racing.
He said: “I don’t think we are better off going there on Monday. It doesn’t really matter, this track is really even anyway, so we’ll just come back Monday and start again.”