Motorcycle speedway
Motorcycle speedway, usually referred to as speedway, is a motorcycle sport involving four and sometimes up to six riders competing over four anti-clockwise laps of an oval circuit. Speedway motorcycl...
Motorcycle speedway - Wikipedia
Motorcycle speedway
This was a great speedway race on tele 5 (poland). Watch the rider in the red helmet. He gets bumped, rides with 1 hand to point at the guy who bumped him, t...
Speedway in the United Kingdom
The sport of Speedway in the United Kingdom has changed little since the first meetings in the 1920s. With three domestic leagues, its own Speedway Grand Prix and an annual entry into the Speedway Wor...
Speedway in Poland
Speedway is one of the most popular sports in Poland. The Polish Extraleague has the highest average attendances for any sport in Poland. The first meetings in Poland were held in the 1930s.Speedway i...
Speedway in Poland - Wikipedia
Speedway in Sweden
Speedway in Sweden consists of three domestic leagues, a Speedway Grand Prix and an annual entry into the Speedway World Cup. Sweden has produced five World Champions and the Sweden national speedway ...
Speedway in Sweden - Wikipedia
Denmark national speedway team
Denmark is one of the major teams in international speedway. They are managed by former rider Anders Secher and the current captain is Niels-Kristian Iversen. They have won the Speedway World Cup / Sp...
Denmark national speedway team - Wikipedia
Speedway Grand Prix of Denmark
The Speedway Grand Prix of Denmark is a speedway event that is a part of the Speedway Grand Prix Series.After being held at the Vojens Speedway Center from 1995-2002 and the Parken Stadium in Copenhag...
Broadsiding
Broadsiding is the method used in motorcycle speedway for travelling round the bends on the speedway track. The rider skids his rear wheel by spinning it at such a speed that it sets up a gyroscopic a...
Broadsiding - Wikipedia
Jan O. Pedersen
Jan Osvald Pedersen (born 9 November 1962 in Middelfart, Denmark) is a former Speedway rider who became Speedway World Champion in 1991 after finishing runner-up in 1986 and in third place in 1988 beh...
Calculated Match Average
Calculated Match Averages (CMAs or averages) are calculated for every motorcycle speedway rider.The CMA is calculated from the following: CMAs scale from 3.00 to 12.00, any rider scoring above or bel...
John Louis (speedway rider)
John "Tiger" Louis (born 14 June 1941) was an England international Motorcycle speedway rider who rode for Ipswich, Newport, West Ham, Oxford, Wembley, Halifax and King's Lynn during his career. He is...
John Louis (speedway rider) - Wikipedia
Johnnie Hoskins
Johnnie S. Hoskins MBE (1892 Waitara, New Zealand – 1987 Kent, England) is considered to have invented motorcycle speedway. Failing that, he certainly played the largest role in promoting speedway and...