RESULTS: Australian Titles

Photos taken by Terry Scriven Sunday 1st of November saw the Australian titles held at the Findon Cycle speedway circuit and the sun was out in force. The dry track conditions saw many riders come to grief including defending Australian Champion and Aussie team member Daniel Robb who slipped and suffered a broken thumb forcing him to retire from the […]

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AUSTRALIA: Aussie “young guns” fire at Findon Annual Memorial Championship.

Report by Pete Barnes. Photos by Shane Below. Despite the meeting “clashing” with the Superloop 500 motor racing event in Adelaide well over 80 competitors nominated for the Findon Mitre 10 Annual Memorial Open Championship on Sunday. Staged over all the divisions it was the fiercely contested junior category over a series of heats and a “one off” final that […]

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AUSTRALIA: Bill Rufus Memorial event an outstanding success.

Report by Pete Barnes. Pictures by Kyra Ricketts. The Le Fevre club staged over five hours of brilliant racing on Saturday with well over 100 competitors that fully justified the annual competition and in turn indicated the high esteem that former Club President Bill Rufus had within the sport in South Australia. All the categories completed a series of qualifying […]

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AUSTRALIA: Season commences at Le Fevre

Words by Pete BarnesPhoto by Shane Below Following the cancelled meeting last weekend the Le Fevre Club finally started their 2020 season with over 20 competitors involved in an individual format. Paul White took out the “A” final from ever improving Harrison Corbett,Warren Corbett and Farren Wills. The ” B ” final saw Andrew Nieuwenhoven clinch victory with Lockie Pearce,James […]

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2020 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Australia team managers confirmed

Words by Pete Barnes. After the recent Australian Cycle Speedway Council meeting the successful applicants for the 2020 World Championship team manager roles were announced. Highly respected Le Fevre official Rob Fleming and double World Individual Champion Daniel Pudney will jointly take control of the Senior squad in the World Cup and Test match series versus Great Britain. Seasoned International […]

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AUSTRALIA: Collins unbeaten again

Letitia Collins captured the major award at the Salisbury Open Championship event last weekend with an unbeaten five ride maximum. Holly Greenhalgh took the minor podium position from Harley Rochester. Collins is in invincible form at present and must be odds on favourite to clinch the Australian title at Salisbury on Saturday 2nd November. The Division 1 category saw Cody […]

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