Belle Vue 52 Rye House 38

The Belle Vue ‘Rentruck’ Aces have won their Premiership meeting against Rye House tonight 52-38

Aces: Troy Batchelor 14+1, Max Fricke 13, Craig Cook 8+1, Dan Bewley 7+1, Rohan Tungate 5+3, Steve Worrall 4+1, Jack Smith 1.

Rockets: Chris Harris 9, Scott Nicholls 9, Ben Barker 6, Robert Branford 5+1, Ellis Perks 4+1, Stuart Robson 3, James Sarjeant 2+1.

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Friday 23rd June 2017

Rockets On Revenge Mission

There’s a grudge match brewing ahead of Rye House’s visit to the National Speedway Stadium on June 23, where they hope to settle the score with Belle Vue after last week's clash down south.
 
The Rentruck Aces had struggled to gain a foothold for most of the evening and victory looked almost certain for the BMR Rockets - who had only to hang on for a 3-3 in Heat 15 for the win.

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Thursday 22nd June 2017

Sedgy Makes Way For Tungate

Belle Vue have capitalised on new Green Sheet averages to snap up Australian ace Rohan Tungate who makes his debut for the Rentruck Aces in their home meeting against Rye House.
 
His arrival is coupled with the departure of outgoing No.4 Justin Sedgmen, which Director of Speedway Mark Lemon admits was not an easy decision but was done in the best interests of the club.

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Thursday 22nd June 2017

Aces Star In King's Lynn Victory

Another close night at the office for Belle Vue saw them leave King’s Lynn with three well-earned league points after negating a powerful Stars comeback to take a deserved 45-48 victory.
 
It means the Rentruck Aces now move to within one point of league leaders Wolverhampton ahead of their home clash with Rye House on June 23, where they could reclaim top spot with a win at home.

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Wednesday 21st June 2017

Stars In Their Eyes

The King’s Lynn Stars are Belle Vue’s next Premiership opponent on the road on June 21 and they head to Norfolk riding the crest of a wave following two significant away wins in the last fortnight.

The first they earned at Rye House after a late surge in form snatched the win from right under the Rockets’ noses, while they overcame several absences to reign supreme against Leicester.

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Wednesday 21st June 2017

Cook Crowned 2017 British Champion

Belle Vue’s Craig Cook was crowned the 2017 British Champion on emotional night at the National Speedway Stadium where he roared to top of the podium in front of his home crowd.
 
On top of the honour of his maiden national title, the Rentruck Aces’ skipper has also earned the right to wear the No.16 race jacket in the upcoming British Speedway Grand Prix in Cardiff.

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Tuesday 20th June 2017

Craig Cook Crowned British Champion

Craig Cook has been crowned the 2017 British Champion and takes the wild card for the British Grand Prix at Cardiff, Steve Worrall finished 2nd with Rory Schlein 3rd & Ben Barker 4th.

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Monday 19th June 2017

Access to Track Shop

Starting with tonight's meeting, access to our track shop will be through the outside door next to the ticket office windows.

If you wish to visit the shop, please do so before you enter the stadium.

This will be the arrangement at all meetings, we have made this change to make it easier for fans in the South Stand to access the shop.

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Friday 16th June 2017

Ticket Office Opening Hours

We are pleased to advise that the Ticket Office is now officially open.

Opening hours:-

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Tuesday 28th March 2017