British Speedway Promoters Ltd has unveiled its list of riders for the Rising Star programme.
As the 2021 season nears, SpeedwayGP.com shines a spotlight on some of the potential SGP stars of the future. Next up, Marcus Birkemose.
Sheffield boss Simon Stead tipped Jack Holder to become an FIM Speedway Grand Prix star after confirming he will line up for the Tigers.
Wolves boss Chris van Straaten admits international travel concerns prompted the club to release Swedish star Jacob Thorssell.
European champion Robert Lambert believes Poland’s under-24 rule offers “a bit more security” as he makes the switch to Torun for this year.
Sheffield star Kyle Howarth admits a year off the bike has “made me realise just how much I love” racing as he makes a return to Owlerton.
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King’s Lynn signing Lewis Bridger hailed the stellar support he has received since agreeing his return to the sport with the Stars.
Danish racer Bjarne Pedersen admits the Peterborough track “has always been one of my favourites in the UK” as he joins the Panthers.
Tickets for the 2021 Torun FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland on October 2 are on sale now.
Aussie ace Troy Batchelor admits he’s ready to double up in Britain’s SGB Championship as he seeks more meetings in 2021.
GB star Tai Woffinden pledged to get back on the bike after his 24-hour charity cycle challenge was cruelly halted by injury last night.
Triple world champ Tai Woffinden is back on the bike and riding for 24 hours as he bids to raise £200,000 for Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The FIM Speedway Under-21 World Championship Final will be staged over three rounds this year, with the decider at Czech track Pardubice.
Danish star Nicolai Klindt is delighted to be in contention for a Monster Energy SON spot after being recalled to the national squad.