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MICHAEL Palm Toft will be looking to put an injury-troubled couple of seasons well and truly behind him as he prepares to grab the headlines for all the right reasons in 2024. An early season spat with Lewis Kerr at Sheffield was a notable part of a curtailed campaign in 2023: “Lewi and I got a bit of publicity for that incident. We can laugh about it now and shake our heads. We shook hands. It is what it is. In speedway, things are going to happen no matter what. We need controversy and I hate the term ‘family sport’. It’s not a good term when it costs 20-plus quid to get in per adult. At the end of the day, it’s a motorsport, it’s dangerous. Accidents are going to happen and people are going to butt heads. Let’s thrive on those moments. When speedway is promoted on TV it’s all fight clips they show, like the Scott Nicholls and Emil Sayfutdinov clash at Cardiff, or Nicki Pedersen kicking somebody. That’s all they use, so why would you want to ban that?”