Stoke-on-Trent will hold one of Britain’s most prestigious Speedway’s events on 11th August as Loomer…
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Stoke claimed a 54-33 victory over the Isle of Wight in the Travel Plus National League at Loomer Road on Saturday night.
Riders Ben Wilson and Tony Atkin lead the way, recording 15-point maximums, and they were supported by Paul Burnett who finished on 9+2.
Birmingham Brummies beat Stoke Potters last night in their opening fixture of the National League.
The Potters were defeated 51-39 at Perry Barr.
Stoke Speedway have completed their line-up for the 2015 National League season after finalising a deal to bring Chris Widman to the Potteries.
Sandbach youngster Sam Ward is the latest arrival at Stoke Eazy Rider Potters, as the club continues to build its team for the new championship season in the National League.
Stoke Potters have signed two new speedway riders for the upcoming 2015 campaign.
Danny Phillips, 18, and Ryan Terry-Daley, 20, will join together with a number of riders who raced for the club in 2014, including captain Jon Armstrong.
Stoke Speedway promoter Dave Tattum is considering selling the stadium after damage caused by vandals has put the Chesterton based race track in deep financial trouble.
Stoke Easy Rider Potters are gearing up for their final meeting of 2013 against Mildenhall Fen Tigers.
The meeting will take place at Easy Rider Potters Loomer Road stadium venue on Sunday October 27 with a 3pm start.
The Stoke Easy Rider Potters have been forced to go back to the drawing board after Emerson Jones announced he was quitting speedway.
The former motocross rider only put pen to paper on a deal to join the Potters in September and had been expected to make his National League debut this season.
Stoke Potters’ Loomer Road home has been named National League track of the year.
The award is decided by the Speedway Control Bureau after referees award points on a number of criteria.