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  1. Scott0311

    Favourite Rider of All Time

    Eric Broadbelt
  2. Scott0311

    Wroclaw GP 2019

    Final WC in Vojens in 1994 - Trick, Nielsen and Boycie - I was there
  3. Link here https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/motorsport/48790617
  4. Scott0311

    Poole v Kings Lynn. Prem. 4/7/19

    NBJ back and Wells in for Nico according to Poole site
  5. Correct, unless any of the riders decide to forego the GPs and put British Speedway first
  6. It's the restaging of the semi final rained off last week this Thursday so no Klindt or NBJ
  7. The updater is taking this from the Poole Twitter feed and the rider scores by heat are correct but have been transposed incorrectly in to the score charts. You cannot blame Poole Speedway for that
  8. Scott0311

    2nd leg play off final

    It is the mighty Eric Broadbelt. My first speedway hero when he came to Poole in 1974 - with the Pirates for 4 seasons and can honestly say that I still have not seen a more exciting rider.
  9. Scott0311

    2nd leg play off final

    Here you go folks https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/live/motorsport/45993727
  10. Scott0311

    Poole 2018

    He was riding. Scored 3 points and had two falls.
  11. Here you go - https://www.speedwaygb.co/britishu19championship
  12. Scott0311

    Belle Vue 2018

    My bad if the BSPA site is correct, although like you I remember him reaching the final in the Aussie U-21s in January this year
  13. Scott0311

    Belle Vue 2018

    The only one I can think of is Jordan Stewart who is riding for Redcar this season.
  14. Once again, quoting from the Complete History of the British League book, 1986 result was Jan O first, Kelvin Tatum second and Hans NIelsen third. No results reported for 1987.
  15. I took it from the Complete History of the British League book edited by Peter Oakes.

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