28th October 2015
British Youth Boss Neil Vatcher has been honoured by an invitation along with his wife Jackie to go to the Houses of Parliament on Wednesday 4th November, with a number of members of the British Speedway Association.
Vatcher said, “it is a great honour to receive this invite, and shows the appreciation from the BSPA for all the hard work we are currently doing to enhance the future of British Speedway.
It is not every day that you get chance to visit the Houses of Parliament, so I had no hesitation in accepting the offer, and will be looking forward to the occasion very much.
I will be in attendance to represent the British Youth Speedway, and spread the word, to try and make the events bigger and better in 2016.
My thanks go to the members of the BSPA for the invite and especially Newcastle promoter George English”.
Other News view all
GB Speedway Academy Training weekend
GB Speedway Academy are holding a Training weekend at the Duns Training Track in Berwick over the weekend of the 8th and 9th May. Saturday 8th will be for Riders who are competing in the 2021 British Youth Championship in the 500cc and 250cc Classes, and Sunday 9th for British Youth Championship Riders in the […]
Tyre regulations update
The Speedway Control Bureau have confirmed that up until 30th June 2021, Riders competing in the National League, Junior Leagues and or British Youth Championship who choose the option of competing on an ‘Used Tyre’ have the option of using a Mitas 375 – 19 SWO7 BL Tyre. If a new tyre is chosen then […]