Stoke Potters racer Max Clegg competed in British Speedway’s Under-21 final on Tuesday evening (May…
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Stoke Potters’ first home meeting of the season against Coventry Bees has been postponed due to a waterlogged track.
Following rain from this morning and more expected overnight, the decision was made to call the matchup off against The Bees with little hope of the track recovering.
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.
Promoter Dave Tattum believes the Stoke Potters will receive a boost after Ben Reade lost his ride at Plymouth.
The Premier League side replaced the 22-year-old earlier this week, bringing to an end the rider’s ‘doubling-up’ role.
Stoke Potters captain Tony Atkin has agreed a deal to return to the team for the 2012 season.
The 45-year-old was described as an “inspirational” skipper by fellow riders last season and will return for a second season on a 7.84 average.
Jaimie Pickard has agreed to return to Loomer Road for a second consecutive season with the Stoke Potters.
The 21-year-old had an excellent 2011 campaign, adding over two and a half points onto his starting average.
The Stoke Easy Rider Potters have confirmed that fans favourite Ben Reade will return for a second consecutive season.
Reade is the third rider to join the Staffordshire side for the 2012 season, with Richie Worrall and Ashley Birks already putting pen to paper.
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.