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MILDENHALL - West Row

Pictures courtesy of Brian Longman

 

This article was first published on 3rd November 2011


 

  • Dudley Jones:

    "How nice to see the photos of Mildenhall. Good stadium. I have only been there once or twice but I always have a soft spot for them and their 'potato patch'. Amazing to think that the whole thing came about by a few riders illegally using a bit of derelict land for practice when a crowd, and then burger vans, began to turn up. It saddened me that Mildenhall have bumped along the very bottom of speedway in recent years, with a season with no wins at all, and mid season withdrawal. This years revival, initially involving one time Ipswich rider Kevin Jolly and leading to the involvement of Chris Louis and Michael Lee, has been great to see. For the first time in 50 years I actually heard a promoter admit to making a profit! A great side and clearly a well run promotion, who almost pulled off the National League double. Well done to all. By the look of the video clips the fans in the fens clearly appreciate a decent team and organisation. Let us hope that the glory years will return at West Row. Mildenhall is a nice little town, that obviously appreciates its speedway."

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