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16/12/2017
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DVD Review: 101 BIG Moments
Kiwis Overseas Final - 1981
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14/11/2017
Review: Speedway at Full Throttle
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05/11/2017
Book Review: Backtracking 3
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22/10/2017
Track Pix: Hertingen
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15/10/2017
DVD: Shawn Moran Racing
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01/10/2017
The Tebbys - Stan and Jim
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25/09/2017
Trouble for Monarchs
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17/09/2017
What Happened to our "Season"
Riders to Remember: Ray Moore
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Dream Team : Derek Grant

I supported Wimbledon Dons for many years man and boy before moving to Colchester and then supporting the Ipswich Witches. Nowadays I am resident in the South West and only follow the Grand Prix.

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Ronnie Moore
The master and mr reliable over a number of years. Fantastic natural ability, a leader and team man to the core.

Bert Harkins
A wonderful rider loved by the crowds, especially at Wimbledon. Not only a nice guy but a guy who gave 100%.

Tommy Jansson
The young Swede who was tragically killed in his prime. I have never before or to this day seen a rider with so much natural balance. He could go into a bend at the wrong angle pull a full locker stay on and ride off after the pack! Truly unbelievable.

Garry Middleton
The young Aussie who learnt his trade at Plough Lane and really should have been the greatest.

Tomasz Gollob
In my opinion the best Polish rider ever not to be world champion. Tomasz on his day is the most exciting and brilliant rider in the world but his fiery temperament lets him down.

Jim Tebby
Gentleman Jim. Never a star but a man who could pull off a miracle and win you the match.

Graeme Stapleton
Yes I have fond memories of Graeme, helping him all those years ago at the start. Getting the bike out of the Mini pick-up for practice sessions at Plough Lane.

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