PIRATES promoter Danny Ford insisted the club would now be able to reveal their class of 2022 – after “resolving the financials with our landlords” at Wimborne Road.

The Dorset club have yet to name a rider for the upcoming SGB Championship campaign, with Ford claiming talks had been ongoing regarding their rent at Poole Stadium with landlords Gaming International.

But the Pirates chief insisted the parties have come to a solution regarding off-track negotiations, allowing the defending double winners to go ahead with plans for the new campaign.

Ford told the club website: “First and foremost I would like to thank Gaming International for their co-operation and I am delighted that we are now in a position to press on with the 2022 season with full determination to go for the treble this time around, now that we have an additional competition (a summer series) to contest.

"As far as team news is concerned we will also be revealing details over the course of next week but as I have mentioned previously, we believe that we have a team that can emulate the successes of last season.

"I would also like to thank all our supporters and sponsors for their patience whilst we were resolving the financials with our landlords.

“We will be making season tickets available shortly and it is my intention to have the track shop open at some stage in the next month to allow for renewals."

The Daily Echo has contacted Gaming international for comment.