Speedway fans are gathering at King's Lynn to say farewell to one the region's best known riders who is retiring.
There are plans to reintroduce speedway to Norwich after an absence of almost half a century - but they face opposition.
Ambitious plans to relaunch a Speedway franchise in Norwich are due to be unveiled later today.
Mildenhall Fen Tigers will be celebrating winning a historic speedway Grand Slam tonight.
The side will be parading the National League Championship the Knock Out Cup and National Trophy in front of their own fans when they face Stoke in the final meeting of the season at their West Row stadium.
Mildenhall Tigers Speedway team were crowned National League Champions last night after winning their National League Play-off Final, 2nd leg.
Mildenhall beat Dudley 54 to 39, winning the final 91-90 on aggregate.
Speaking on the club website, co-promoter Michael Lee said:
– Michael Lee
I can't quite believe that we've done this. I am so proud of every one of the team tonight. They all worked so hard as they have done all year and they deserve all the success they've achieved...
When we restarted Mildenhall two years ago we were determined to give our fantastic supporters a club to be proud of. Tonight we've done just that and it's a season that none of us is ever going to forget."
The 2nd leg of the speedway National League Grand Final tomorrow night (24 October) has been moved from Mildenhall to the Norfolk Arena at King's Lynn.
The Mildenhall Fen Tigers say a weekend of stock car racing followed by bad weather has made it impossible to prepare the Suffolk track in time.
– Michael Lee, Mildenhall Fen Tigers
"When I saw the state of the track yesterday I sank to my knees in disbelief...
"The fog and damp this morning have made things worse than ever. The fence is caked in wet dripping mud, the centre is like mud soup and the track itself is no more than a mud bowl.
"The weather has finally beaten us this time and I can only apologise... But with no other dates left at Mildenhall we had no option but to switch to King's Lynn".
A statue has been unveiled to Norwich speedway legend Ove Fundin in his home country of Sweden.
The speedway legend raced for Norwich Stars in the 1950s and has lent his support to plans to launch a new version of the team.
The statue was unveiled in his home town of Tranas.
Two of the biggest names in speedway will be remembered later this week.
A special speedway meeting will take place on Thursday in Suffolk in memory of John Berry - the man who set up the hugely successful Ipswich team of the 70's and 80's.
And on Saturday fans will wear special T-shirts at the British Grand Prix in honour of Lee Richardson, the former King's Lynn and Peterborough rider killed in a crash earlier this season.
Donovan Blake reports.
Plans have been announced to bring speedway back to Norwich after an absence of almost 50 years.
Today former rider Ove Fundin was supporting an application to build a new track at the Royal Norfolk Showground on the edge of the city