SpeedwayGP.com takes a look back at 2019 for the FIM Speedway Grand Prix stars in Rider Review. Today, we feature Tai Woffinden.
FIM Speedway Grand Prix newcomer Max Fricke has confirmed he won’t return to SGB Premiership side Belle Vue for 2020.
Aussie racer Nick Morris is determined to make the most of a second chance at Wolverhampton in 2020.
Just two riders? No problem! Watch Maciej Janowski and Fredrik Lindgren battle it out in the ultimate match race at the 2017 Danish SGP.
Danish racer Peter Kildemand admits he missed British speedway as he makes his return with Belle Vue, as well as joining Piraterna for 2020.
Aussie international Brady Kurtz is on his way to Belle Vue for 2020 as he prepares for “a whole new challenge” after four years at Poole.
Wolves boss Chris van Straaten is backing new signing Broc Nicol to bring back the glory days of Americans in the Midlands.
Children go free at the 2020 Norrbil Swedish FIM Speedway Grand Prix in Hallstavik on July 25.
Danish racer Rasmus Jensen extended his stay at Swindon for 2020, and promptly set his sights on chasing an FIM Speedway Grand Prix spot.
New Sheffield signing Jack Holder revealed the high-speed Owlerton track worried him on his first visit, but he can’t wait to join for 2020.
FIM Speedway Grand Prix star Maciej Janowski’s exile from the Polish national team for 2020 has been confirmed.
In the first of our winter series, SpeedwayGP.com looks back at how the stars of SGP 2019 fared. Today, we feature Janusz Kolodziej.
Jack Holder won the first FIM Oceania Championship at Gillman – a meeting Aussie boss Mark Lemon hopes may one day offer SGP qualification.