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The Voice No. 66

Friends of Speedway (a non-profit making organisation who are proud to sponsor the British Youth Championship - formerly the Under 15's) are pleased to announce the 66th edition of their magazine the Voice which is packed full of interest and enjoyment. This issue is a big 24 pages, which will keep your interest for hours!

In this issue:

  • Charles Mckay looks at the Senior Citizen admission prices.

  • More hilarious happenings of Tearaway Lord Tub from John Chaplin.

  • It's the support, not speedway which is dying from Jeffrey C Jameson.

  • John Hyam gives the lowdown on Byrd McKinney.

  • Roy Delaney on a memorable Wembley match.

  • Sue Towner is on her Soapbox again and reports on the Youth Championship round at Rye House.

  • Slider says 'It's all going well - or is it?'

  • Editor Stu Towner reports on the Ivor Thomas Memorial Meeting.

    There is much more too to keep you going for hours including the second and last instalment into Japanese speedway.

    Available from:

    Friends of Speedway
    117 Church Lane
    Chessington
    Surrey
    KT9 2DP

    Please send your cheque for £12 made out to the above for four issues of the Voice to Stuart Towner at the above address or ring 0208-396599 for more information

     

    This article was first published on 20th August 2017

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