The new regulations introuduced for the Elite League next season mean that Wolverhampton will be forced to part with one of the Karlsson brothers meanwhile Chris Harris faces a tough decision of his own regarding where to ride in 2004.

Wolverhampton will make a decision over the weekend on whether to keep Peter Karlsson or Mikael Max in their 2004 team plans. Promoter Chris Van Straaten has held talks with team manager Peter Adams and an outcome is expected soon. Van Straaten said: "I'm talking to both riders to inform them of the decision over this weekend. It's naturally a very difficult decision, they are both very loyal to Wolverhampton."

The decision faced by Harris is over his immediate future. Widely tipped for Grand Prix status in the future, has several Elite League and Premier League clubs showing an interest with uncertainty surrounding his homeless current club Trelawny. Now the World Under-21 runner up must decide which level to race at next season after doubling-up with Peterborough and Trelawny so successfully last term.

And it's now understood that Harris will race in the Coventry colours after the Bees' shelled out a five-figure transfer fee to secure the services of "Bomber" on a permanent basis.



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