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WOLVERHAMPTON - Monmore Green

Home of Wolverhampton Speedway since 1928

Pictures courtesy of Brian Longman

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Pictures courtesy of Richard Hollingsworth

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This article was first published on 5th February 2005


 

  • Trevor Smith:

    "Nice picture of Heathens speedway supporters stall."

  • Terry Stone:

    "Love the old place. Memories of 1962, good old days - 'Gold and Black - Best Team on the Track' - Tom Tom and all the boys."

  • Alastair Soutar:

    "Remember White City(Remember them?) clinching league title at Momnmore having used Rider Replacement for Dag Lovaas (remember him? No I never saw him race either!) for a complete season in late 70s"

  • Rodders:

    "There was an article in Speedway Star recently explaing why r/r was used. I have in fact seen Dag Lovaas and feel sure White City would have been just as good, if not better, had he had ridden."

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