The National Speedway Stadium at Belle Vue in Manchester is the venue for the inaugural Speedway of Nations.
Seven countries are battling it out in a tournament that sees teammates from the Belle Vue Aces become rivals for the night.
Here's David Chisnall with the story:
New chief executive of Belle Vue Aces, Adrian Smith, says fully utilising Manchester's National Speedway Stadium will help to keep the club financially secure.
Businessmen Tony Rice and Robin Southwell bought the Aces franchise last week ensuring the team will compete in the new British Speedway Premiership.
The club effectively went out of business last year after running into financial problems but Smith told ITV's Mike Hall that the future is now a bright one.
The Belle Vue Aces' match against Leicester which was due to take place on Friday, April 8, has been postponed due to bad weather. The club says the re-staging is to be confirmed.
No races have yet taken place at the new National Speedway Stadium.
Belle Vue Aces have postponed tomorrow's Good Friday meeting at the new National Stadium.
The grand opening of the seven million pound venue was abandoned on Saturday due to safety issues with the track.
An inspection was carred out on the circuit yesterday after extensive improvement work.
Poor weather has forced the event to be cancelled.
The Belle Vue Aces say there is only a 50-50 chance the National Speedway Stadium will be ready in time for their first league meeting of the season on Friday.
There was bitter disappointment and some anger when the grand opening of the new £7 million pound stadium was abandoned on Saturday due to safety issues with the track.
Work has been continuing today to repair two of the corners which have become unrideable due to the recent winter weather.
Dave Gordon is Chief Executive of Belle Vue Speedway:
Construction has started at the Belle Vue Sports Village.
The £11 million development will bring world class significant national centres for both speedway and basketball to Manchester – along with a new National Speedway Academy that will look to develop the next generation of riders.
The purpose built speedway venue – boasting a 1,842 seat grandstand –will be capable of hosting both national and international race meetings, attracting some of the world’s best riders to east Manchester.
We spoke to Cllr Jeff Smith from Manchester City Council: