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good to see speedway how it should be . in a field , grass banking and all the things you need for a good nights entertainment . all tracks should be like this . forget the NSS . its a concrete jungle . you dont need bling stadiums and all that other stuff . just good honest racing as this one was . i wish this track was closer , (200 miles closer at least ! ) 

AR looked class , as did all the cornets team on this vid . maybe have to become a southern softie !

missing our team and friends gained through the speedway  connection . 

thanks for the vid and it was good to see a quite recent meeting  instead of the usual vintage dross served up by some northern clubs . good quality picture and non of the betamax style coverage lol. . 

thanks .. J  

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12 minutes ago, jenga said:

good to see speedway how it should be . in a field , grass banking and all the things you need for a good nights entertainment . all tracks should be like this . forget the NSS . its a concrete jungle . you dont need bling stadiums and all that other stuff . just good honest racing as this one was . i wish this track was closer , (200 miles closer at least ! ) 

AR looked class , as did all the cornets team on this vid . maybe have to become a southern softie !

missing our team and friends gained through the speedway  connection . 

thanks for the vid and it was good to see a quite recent meeting  instead of the usual vintage dross served up by some northern clubs . good quality picture and non of the betamax style coverage lol. . 

thanks .. J  

It's a credit to those who built it.

However, go to a big meeting like the CL Pairs, stand on the grass banking, in the dark like a sardine, with barely any extra toilet or catering facilities and it's horrific.

It's quite frightening on that grass when it gets damp and little or no public lighting.

It's great for their normal crowds up to high hundreds, even then lack of toilets and catering can be an issue.

Not suitable for big Events without massive increase in portaloos and catering.

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BRUMMIES IN YOUR LIVING ROOM - PART 19

THE next instalment of 'Brummies in Your Living Room' will go live on Wednesday night (August 19, 7.30).

In association with ReRun Productions, and kindly sponsored by Curtis Sport, the latest fixture coming your way features a see-saw Premier League encounter between Birmingham and Somerset from August 2009 - starring the likes of Richard Sweetman, Ludvig Lindgren, Steve Johnston and Justin Sedgmen to name but a few.

 The live broadcast will begin at 7.30 on Wednesday night on the following link:

https://youtu.be/3oSvVIDgrvY

 

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r/r .. .....  rIders retired !  hope its a good one .

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Anders Rowe with his best score yet in Poland today and he also top scored for his side. He scored 9+2 from 6 rides.

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