TWO genuine legends of speedway will help Tigers supporters host their final STARS fundraising event of the winter at Hampden on Saturday.
Recently departed Coventry manager Alun Rossiter - fresh from guiding the Bees to the Elite League title - will be joined by ex-World Under 21 champion and Sky Sports speedway presenter Chris Louis at the social evening.
Rossiter, pictured, who began his speedway career at Swindon, raced for a host of top clubs including Oxford, Wolverhampton and a successful spell as captain of Poole who he steered to three league titles.
Louis was world U21 champion in 1990 winning the title in Lvov, Russia, finishing ahead of six times world champion Tony Rickardsson who finished third.
In 1998 Louis skippered the renowned Ipswich 'dream team' to the British league treble while also becoming the British champion for a first time, a feat he repeated two years later before retiring due to horrific head and neck injuries sustained during a Polish league match.
Since his retirement Chris is still involved in the running of Ipswich speedway. He is now recognised as a Sky Sports reporter appearing on their coverage of Grand Prix and Elite League racing.
Tigers fans will also get the chance to grill the Glasgow management on recent track changes at Ashfield and the new-look team ahead of the 2011 season, some of whom are expected to be in attendance on Saturday.
Doors open in the Nevis Suite at Hampden at 6.45pm with the event starting at 7.15pm. Entry is s8 for adults, s7 for 100 Club members, s5 for OAPs, s1 for under 12s and Growlers Club members go free.