16 of Britains top young speedway riders met at the Arena Essex Raceway to decide who would win this important career title and who would qualify through to the next round of the World Under 21 Championship. As you can imagine, the action was fast and furious and not without controversy in this incident packed meeting. See how Joe Haines claims his first Under 21 crown in this multi-camera production.
16 of Britains top speedway riders met at Monmore Green to decide who would win the National Championship and who would win the Wild Card spot to compete in the British Grand Prix at the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff. Great action captured in this multi-camera production with loads of interviews and all the celebrations as Chris 'Bomber' Harris wins another British title in front of the Sky cameras and a packed stadium.
The top two from each of the Premier League teams met at the Oak Tree Arena to compete in the prestigious PL Pairs Championship. Fantastic racing captured on this multi-camera production with a thrilling Grand Final to climax a brilliant speedway event.
The cream of the Elite League met at the East of England Showground to decide who walked away with the coveted Elite Open Riders Championship crown. After 20 heats and a semi-final it came down to the top four qualifiers to race off for the title in front of a huge crowd with "Fast Freddie" Lindgren claiming the title. See all the action on this multi-camera production.
The top two from each of the Elite League teams meet at Foxhall Heath to compete in the prestigious Elite League Pairs Title. Witness once more the thrilling final as Coventry clinch the Championship in a Grand Final thriller on this multi-camera production.
Sixteen of the top Premier League riders met at the Owlerton Stadium to decide who walked away with the coveted Premier League Riders' Championship crown. After 20 heats and a semi-final it came down to the top four qualifiers to race off for the title with Kenni Larsen taking the chequered flag. See all the action on this multi-camera production.
The Super7even series moved on to the East of England Showground and the staging of the Premier League Fours Championship back at its spiritual home. The top eight teams raced in two enthralling semi-finals with Birmingham, Edinburgh, Sheffield and Somerset progressing to the final. A bumper crowd witnessed 28 races as the Brummies were crowned Premier League Fours Champions for the first time.