MATCH REPORT: South East and East in the driving seat

The South East and East Senior squad continued their dominance of the 2017 Supertrax Battle of Britain series, comfortably winning their first home match of the season against the North and Scotland at Whitton Sports Centre. Every home rider took at least one heat win on the hottest day of the year so far, Blakenham’s Luke Harrison capping his debut with […]

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MATCH REPORT: Pinnacle of Women’s Team racing in Ipswich

Sunday saw the second round of the Supertrax Women’s League and it didn’t disappoint, spectators witnessed some fantastic team racing from all three teams. A depleted South West & Wales side with only six riders had to compete against a full strength North & Scotland/South East & East team and the Midlands, as always, strong throughout, even though they were missing Lucy Whitehead. […]

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MATCH REPORT: Midlands gather momentum in Sheffield

Round two of Cycle Speedway commissions’ new initiative, the Supertrax Battle of Britain series arrived at Cookson Park, Sheffield, and did not disappoint. With Sheffield’s vice chair Rob Mawhood commenting afterwards: “If this is what the Battle of Britain series delivers, then every club should want to be part of it.” A week of rain had left the track in the […]

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MATCH REPORT: Supertrax Battle of Britain huge success at Horspath

A well prepared circuit, excellent catering facilities in addition to an informative match day magazine and the scene was set for the eagerly awaited event. Two evenly balanced teams contested the elite junior class, with neither side gaining a maximum heat advantage prior to the interval stage, which saw the host region holding a slender two point margin. However with the visitors unbeaten “trump […]

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RESULTS: SE&E extend their lead in Battle of Britain series

The South East and East region extended their lead in the Battle of Britain elite men class after beating South West and Wales at Horspath. The elite juniors saw the result reversed, with the South West and Wales getting their first points on the board. The Midlands also made it two out of two in the elite junior class after […]

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SUPERTRAX PREVIEW: The battle continues in round 2…

Sheffield, Horspath (Oxford) and Ipswich host this weekend’s elite Cycle Speedway Supertrax action, in round two of the Battle of Britain and Women’s League. The North and Scotland sit on top of the elite men standings after a surprise win in the first round against the South West and Wales, who’s late withdrawals scuppered their hopes of taking away the […]

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BATTLE OF BRITAIN: Cookson Park the venue for N&S v Midlands

Sheffield host this Sunday’s Supertrax Battle of Britain Round 2 at Cookson Park, off Halliwell Crescent, S5 8LY. The Stars’ Graves track, which traditionally hosted big meetings like previous Elite League matches, was taken out of action in 2015 due to building work at the neighbouring sports centre. The Graves is still intact but not quite ready to host elite racing, so […]

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RACE JERSEYS: Deadline on Thursday for Supertrax jerseys

The deadline for riders to order their own Supertrax race jersey with their name on the back is the end of the day on Thursday 4 May. Any rider interested in purchasing their own cost £39 plus £3.95 delivery and can be purchased by card or PayPal via the 33/18 Designs shop: http://3318designs.co.uk/product/supertrax-race-jerseys/ Alternatively they can be ordered by email: info@3318designs.co.uk The jerseys available […]

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SUPERTRAX ROUND UP: What a weekend!

The eagerly anticipated British Cycling Cycle Speedway Supertrax series got underway at the weekend and it certainly did not disappoint, with the sport’s Elite Men, Elite Junior and Elite Women all delivering top drawer racing. In the Elite Men and Elite Junior categories, four regional teams, Midlands, North and Scotland, South West and Wales and South East and East go […]

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MATCH REPORT: South West & Wales edge out Midlands in Supertrax Women’s League

Sunday saw the first round of the new Supertrax Women’s League at a very wet and windy Exeter Circuit. The day kicked off with the three team event, under a new format, which delivered some fantastic racing. It was always close, but with the South West and Wales just edging away from the Midlands at the end of the match to take the win. The […]

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