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Dream Team : Robert Greenwood

I followed the Bradford Dukes both home and away in all their years at Odsal and also Halifax. We were very successful and closed as Champions. We have at least got the knowledge of knowing that no one can take our title away from us. Our best individual rider has to be Gary Havelock simply because he became World Champ in '92 and also brought us several trophies while at Odsal - a place sadly missed.

Carter
Pickering

Gary Havelock
Brought the world title to Bradford.

Kenny Carter
The best battler in the sport. His never say die attitude got him a British title while riding with a broken leg.

Tony Rickardsson
What can you say that has not been said already. Simply the greatest of his time. A true top class rider and World Champion.

Hans Nielsen
Top class rider with great commitment to the sport, never let anyone down and his career average says it all.

Ivan Mauger
The only man who could be crowned the 'King of Speedway'.

Joe Screen
Simply the entertainer. Selected for his attitude to all, his wheelies, his bravery to go through gaps that weren't even there and his sheer racing ability. A crowd pleaser on every track.

Paul Pickering
Perhaps a strange choice, but he won us the cup at Arena Essex guesting when everyone in speedway thought we had no chance. Thanks Paul.

 

This article was first published prior to October 2002

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