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British champion Danny King tells Sky Sports all about appearing at th

British champion Danny King tells Sky Sports all about appearing at the biggest event in Speedway - The British GP. Jalston Fowler Jersey . King qualified for the showpiece event in the Grand Prix Series by winning the British Title at Belle Vue the previous month but the Coventry and Ipswich man says he tried to focus on domestic action before his Grand Prix debut.I tried not to think about it as I had a job to do in domestic league racing so I didnt want to think too much about Cardiff and sacrifice my league racing, said King. I think I showed that by getting a maximum at Ipswich on the Thursday before but once that was over I put my concentration on Cardiff which was also good as I didnt want to put any pressure on myself at Cardiff. I wanted to go there and enjoy it and if I did that I knew Id do well and I think that showed in the end. It was a hectic turnaround for the Ipswich skipper and his team after domestic action in Suffolk on the Thursday before making the trip to Cardiff the following day.On the Thursday after the meeting at Ipswich we went straight back to the workshop in Peterborough and we washed the bikes as you cant turn up to a Grand Prix with dirty bikes! We finished at the work shop at about 2.30am and got back to my house at about 3am and we left at 6am to go to Cardiff.After a busy night of cleaning bikes and travelling across Britain in the early hours, it was back to work for King and his team with Practice on the Friday afternoon at the iconic venue.Practice went really well on the Friday and we were putting in some good times which we were happy with because we knew if we could make the start then we would win races.After Practice was finished we had the evening to relax and we went into the city centre for a team meal and just had some downtime. Then I went straight to bed as I was tired as you can imagine and tried to get a good nights sleep which I did. King was recently crowned British Champion After a relaxing evening in the Welsh capital, the day the Speedway world waits for with much anticipation was upon the Wildcard and the 29-year-old talks us through his build-up to the event.Waking up on Saturday I felt good, I dont get much sleep at home with the two kids nowadays but it was nice to have a lay in and not get woken up until I woke up! We went for a nice breakfast and by the time wed had breakfast and left for the track, my mechanics were already there and set up in the pits.I did the usual things like signing on and then me and my good friend Ritchie (Hawkins), who is also my Team Manager at Ipswich, went for a walk in the city to soak up the atmosphere and take my mind off the meeting a little bit really.I then went across to the FanZone for a signing session with the fans and that was amazing. I loved what they did there but after that it was back to the stadium for the track walk and then it was time for the meeting. King with Ritchie Hawkins (left) and Richard Maull (centre) at Cardiff It was Kings debut in the Grand Prix against the worlds best but after a tough start the Great Britain World Cup star showed he was not out of place at the top table of Speedway. The Maidstone-born rider reviews his evening heat-by-heat.I knew it would be tough from the outside in the first heat. I nearly got round Nicki Pedersen into third but with the track the way it was at that stage it was always going to be difficult to pass and you dont pass those guys easily, they are there for a reason, its the world championship so its tough.Before my second ride they put a lot of water down on the track which we didnt realise as we were trying to rush about in the pits and get the bike ready with two rides on the trot. That caught us out and it was really disappointing to start the way we did, but whether that relaxed me even more or it just gave us more time to get things ready I dont know - but it was a turning point that night and we went on to put a good show.The next heat I got second behind Jason Doyle after a tussle with Freddie Lindgren which was good and it was another second place in my fourth ride. In that ride we pulled away from Chris Holder and Peter Kildemand which was good. We had a good ride there and I felt the speed was good in that heat. Piotr Pawlicki who won that heat was fast all night but he couldnt pull away from us so we left the bike after that one.In my final heat I made a good start off gate three and we knew there was a bit of dirt there as we had been watching the heats before that and we were out in the third race of the last session. I went straight for that dirt from gate three and it was a bit like the British Final; I generated some speed down the back straight and it was enough to get round the outside of Bartosz Zmarzlik to take the lead and get the win.King had shown that he has the ability to compete on the world stage and hopes the opportunity will come again one day.I absolutely loved it and Id love to do it again and its given me a taste of what could be. I enjoyed every minute of it and if I ever get the chance to do it again Ill grab it with both hands.Watch Wolverhampton v Coventry in the Elite League live on Sky Sports 1 HD from 7.30pm on Monday, August 1. Also See: Bet on Speedway with Sky Bet Adoree Jackson Jersey . Anderson shook off some unusually poor shooting and hit two clutch 3-pointers in overtime that carried the New Orleans Pelicans to a 111-106 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Wednesday night. DaQuan Jones Jersey .com) - Intrastate rivals collide Saturday as the Texas State Bobcats hit the road to take on the eighth-ranked Texas Longhorns in a non-conference battle at Frank Erwin Center. http://www.titansstoreonline.com/Black- … ns-Jersey/ . Orlandos Glen Davis tried to get in the way, only to be driven back into the padding under the basket as the Pelicans forward slammed home a windmill jam.Danny Wright: Youre a stylish guy, what is your favourite NHL jersey design?Ron Duguay: Wow. Probably because I have a connection to New York it has to be that New York Rangers jersey. I like all original six… but I have to say the New York Rangers jersey.   #495492945 / gettyimages.com DW: What was the greatest highlight in your NHL playing career?RD: Every players goal is to win a Stanley Cup. I made it to the finals once playing with the New York Rangers against the Montreal Canadiens. It was a combination of playing with the Rangers, playing against Montreal because I grew up watching Montreal, and being in a finals. Just that whole series, for me its more of a team goal rather than individual goals. Ive scored 40 goals which was great, Ive had some 30 goal seasons, all that was fun, but theres nothing like sharing something you do as a team. We beat the Islanders in 79, at Madison Square Gardens in Game 6. That was a big upset. That whole two weeks in New York City… it doesnt get much better than that. Madison Square Garden rocks, and I havent heard it like that since, even this past year with the Rangers in the playoffs, it was never as loud as what we went through in 1979. For me I just love being able to do something as a team and share it with teammates.DW: If you could steal the talent from one current NHL player, whom would you choose?RD: Probably Sidney Crosby, the obvious choice. Not only do I like his skill level, but also I like his compete level. Hes consistent, rarely are you going to see Sidney Crosby have a night off. A lot of it has to do with his dedication, and hes very strong and very fit, so he can perform hard. I like to be noticeable on the ice, and hes noticeable in the way he competes and plays hard. I love Sidney Crosby as a player.   #490107173 / gettyimages.com DW: Speaking of being noticeable on the ice, during your playing days your long curly hair, which would blow behind you as you skated, was pretty noticeable. What I have here are pictures of famous athlete hairstyles – and I know you judged the 1980 Miss Universe Pageant so Im aware youre a good judge…RD: Of women…DW: (laughter) Were going to turn the judgment to hair, and ask you to grade these athletes hairstyles with either an A, B, C, D or F, and tell us why you gave them that grade.RD: Okay.DW: First, weve got Troy Polamalu.   #72155695 / gettyimages.com RD: Yes, thats an F. Thats way too long. He looks like a sheepdog.DW: Coco Crisp.   #113510047 / gettyimages.com RD: Coco, I would give him a B. I love curly hair, I sort of had an Afro myself back in the 1970s. Thats not a great Afro, but Ill give him a B. Hes got it groomed nicely.DW: Clay Matthews with the headbanger look.   #133312791 / gettyimages.com RD: Ive never liked that look. Its too scruffy; I like to be a little more polished, so Im going to give him a C because I would never wear my hair that way.DW: Dennis Rodman.   #51975870 / gettyimages.com RD: Pass (laughter). Yes, if youre looking to grab some attention, thats what you do to your head. Would I ever do that to my hair, no! So he gets another F.DW: Lanny McDonald. Were looking at the moustache here more than anything else.   #53266895 / gettyimages.com RD: Right. Again, I like something thats groomed… that, its overgrown. For Lanny it fit him well. It was a good, different look for him and he stood out. But its not something that I ever thought, “oh I want one of those.” I have to give him a C.DW: Mark Davis, hes the Raiders Principal Owner.   #452090749 / gettyimages.com RD: Umm, Im just trying to think what kind of bowl he used to cut that hair. I dont want to be rude, but thats awful. Theres no way he went to a stylist for that haircut. That was for sure done at home. Hes doing the best with what he has, but I know he can do better than that, so Ill give him a D.DW: With Dumb and Dumber To coming out his haircut reminds me of Lloyd, Jim Carreys characters haircut. RD: Definitely.DW: Patrick Kane, the playoff mullet. (Image Courtesy of CBS Sports)RD: That looks come and gone. Because hes a decent looking guy I think he can get away withh it. Sylvester Williams Jersey. The mullets not too long, I prefer my hair long in the back so I understand what hes doing, its just that its out of proportion from the top to the back. I certainly wouldnt be doing that look now, so Id give him a C.DW: Okay.RD: I havent seen an A yet!DW: How ‘bout this, Carlos Valderrama.   #79041600 / gettyimages.com RD: Ya, Carlos. Again I like the curly hair, but theres the wow and then theres the crazy. Actually, I dont mind the colour of his hair, because I like the lighter, blondish colour. Would I do that look? Maybe for a week, so Im going to give him a B for that.DW: Andre Agassi.   #51040978 / gettyimages.com RD: The ultimate mullet. In fact, people say that was a wig. At the time it was fine, because mullets were in, and he was a tennis player so it was acceptable. I would probably have given him a B for that look.DW: And finally, Jaromir Jagr.   #228184 / gettyimages.com RD: Jagr, umm… ya, thats a real bad mullet. Like, really bad! People stopped making fun of me when he came around. They really did.DW: He out-did you I guess?RD: Ya. His was so bad that they just stopped on me and concentrated on him. I want to thank him for that, so Im actually going to give him a B just to thank him for having a bad mullet. (Image Courtesy of Greatest Hockey Legends)DW: No A grades in the group, youre a tough critic.RD: Yup, no As. Nothing.DW: You were in some pretty fantastic commercials back in your playing days; what was your favourite endorsement to be apart of?RD: Well, I did Sasson Jeans. And because I wasnt by myself, I was with a group of my teammates we had a blast shooting it. And the attention we got from it, people either loved it or hated it. Most people love it, and I still hear it today so, it would have to be “Ou la la, Sasson.”DW: You guest starred on Beverly Hills 90210, what was it like to guest star on such a big show of the time?RD: I did it with Cam Neely, and they kept us in our comfort zone on the ice and in a scrimmage or game. We just had a couple lines, so because I liked the entertainment business I was happy to be there. They didnt give us too much to do… it was easy. I enjoyed it; I wanted more, they didnt give me enough!DW: If you could choose one show to guests star on – what would you choose?RD: King of Queens. Absolutely. I love King of Queens. I love comedy, and theres certain guys you just look at them and they make you laugh, and Kevin James just makes me laugh. I have not met him; I would love to meet him. I would love to sit downstairs with him and the crew while theyre watching a game or discussing something, because theyre all freaking losers (laughs). It would definitely be King of Queens.DW: If you were a WWE wrestler, Hockey Sock Rock would be your entrance music?RD: That would work.DW: How did that song come about?RD: Canadian actor Alan Thicke put Hockey Sock Rock together. Basically, the reason he wanted to do it was to raise money for diabetes. I think his sons a diabetic, is it Robin, or possibly his oldest? One of his boys is diabetic. He wanted to raise awareness and raise money. We didnt have a gold record, but I think we had a bronze in Canada. The idea was just raise money for charity. Id love to revisit that and do it again. It was a lot of fun, and this was in 82 I think. Can you imagine nowadays in the studio with the way we do videos? And I would design all the clothes (laughs). The audio would be great, and I think we would be able to pull it off. I dont know why they havent resurrected that thing, do the Hockey Sock Rock all over again. I think in Canada it would be a hit!   #495520355 / gettyimages.com DW: I think so too; we need to make that happen!RD: Ya.DW: Go out on a limb and make a crazy prediction about this NHL season.RD: Im going to take the Islanders. I predicted they were going to make the playoffs, but Ive been quiet about saying that. I said that theyre going to be real close to the Rangers. So ya, Im going to say the Islanders are going to make the playoffs.DW: Can you still go BarDown?RD: Yes. 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