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Wednesday 16th August 2017
Rye House 48 Belle Vue 44
The Belle Vue 'Rentruck' Aces have lost their Premiership meeting at Rye House tonight 48-44, but still score another league point.

Rockets: Krzysztof Kasprzak 12+2, Scott Nicholls 11, Ricky Wells 8+1, Stuart Robson 5+1, Chris Harris 5, Ben Barker 4+2, Ben Morley 3+1

Aces: Craig Cook 19+1, Steve Worrall 8+1, Dan Bewley 6+2, Kenneth Bjerre 6+1, Adam Ellis 4, Jack Smith 1, Max Fricke R/R.

Tuesday 15th August 2017
Ready To Raid The Rockets
The Belle Vue ‘Rentruck’ Aces are targeting an emphatic performance against Rye House on August 16, as they look to cement their place amongst this season’s Play Off contenders.

A big talking point of the BMR Rockets has centred around their swoop for former Grand Prix star Krzysztof Kasprzak, who controversially came into their line-up in a reserve capacity.

In his two appearances so far, the former Belle Vue No.1 came back to haunt previous club Poole after stomping them with an 11+1 haul before following up at Leicester with 7+1.

The Rentruck Aces meanwhile are locked in an epic top-of-the-table battle with Swindon and Wolverhampton as the Premiership top three continue their heart-thumping fight for control.

On their last visit to Hoddesdon, they recovered superbly to edge out their hosts 44-46 in a brilliant last-heat decider; something which they are determined to avoid this time around.

With Max Fricke still side-lined through injury, team boss Mark Lemon will implement R/R for the young Australian while Adam Ellis steps in at No.4 for the recovering Rohan Tungate.

Lemon said: “It’s really interesting how we’re starting to witness the teams in the middle order stepping up their games in the build-up to the business end of the season.

“Of the three currently battling, I personally find Rye House to be the stand-out side but their game plan isn’t something we need be concerning ourselves with at this point.

“Until we’re completely locked in that top four, we’re not counting our chickens. We’ve got a job to do and it’ll take the heart and soul of these boys to see it through to the end.

“The Rockets have produced some interesting performances lately, some which came as a surprise and others where I’d have expected more, given the level of experience in their side.

“Of course it’ll be a challenge and we will no doubt miss Max and Rohan. But our boys have come through tougher test than this and I know they are fully capable of coming home with the win.”

Things are just as tight in the National League as the Cool Running Colts look to extend their table-topping lead against Birmingham on August 18. Tickets available at or from the ticket office.


Rye House ‘BMR’ Rockets
Chris Harris, Ben Barker, Ricky Wells, Stuart Robson, Scott Nicholls (C), Krzysztof Kasprzak, Ben Morley; TM: Peter Schroeck

Belle Vue ‘Rentruck’ Aces
Kenneth Bjerre, Max Fricke R/R, Steve Worrall, Adam Ellis (G), Craig Cook (C), Dan Bewley, Jack Smith; TM: Mark Lemon

Saturday 12th August 2017
Awesome Aces Defy The Elements
On a night where they were down two of their regular men, the Belle Vue Aces rallied together to negate a late surge by the King’s Lynn Stars and secure a vital 48-43 victory in Manchester.

Conditions were far from usual after persistent light rain soaked the North West for much of the afternoon, though true to form the National Speedway Stadium’s circuit proved most resilient.

The home team looked powerful and favourites for the win after a first heat 5-1 from Steve Worrall and Kenneth Bjerre gave them an early advantage which they would maintain for the night.

Steve Worrall and Kenneth Bjerre

But the Trucks R Us Stars were on a mission to salvage their season after losing ground on the Premiership’s top four and were determined to, if nothing else, recover a consolation point.

They succeeded in that venture, and even forced the Rentruck Aces into a last-heat decider after conditions took turn for the worse in the latter half of the evening; with rain plaguing proceedings.

Club asset Steve Worrall said: “Obviously it’s not ideal when the track is as wet as it was, for more than one reason but particularly because we ultimately lose what home advantage we have.

“Things started off well for us. We got to grips with conditions after all the rain in the afternoon, but when it started coming down again it seemed to really play to the King’s Lynn Stars’ favour.

“Fair play to them in getting the point. They ran us close all the way to the end of the meeting and proved that even after just a week they have a great team spirit and a determination to succeed.

“Obviously it was a vital win for ourselves in terms of the league. We’re just about holding onto that second place but we can’t say for definite that we’re safe into the Play Offs just yet.

“There’s still a long way to go and a lot of meetings to race so we need to really knuckle down and get to grips with the idea of this year potentially being our year to be league champions.”

The Rentruck Aces head to Rye House on August 16, while National League action against Birmingham returns to Manchester on August 18. Tickets available at


Belle Vue ‘Rentruck’ Aces 48
Kenneth Bjerre 13+1, Steve Worrall 10+1, Craig Cook 9, Dan Bewley 7+2, Cameron Heeps 7, Jack Smith 2+1, Max Fricke R/R

King’s Lynn ‘Trucks R Us’ Stars 43
Thomas Jorgensen 9+1, Kai Huckenbeck 8, Danny King 7, Nicklas Porsing 6+2, Tomas H Jonasson 6, Josh Auty 5, Michael Palm Toft 2

SGB Premiership Points: Belle Vue 3   King’s Lynn 1

Photo - Ian Charles

Thursday 10th August 2017
Message From Eastbourne Speedway
Eastbourne Speedway have been in touch to say that the Jackpot Draw prize from the Eastbourne v Belle Vue Colts match at Arlington Stadium on June 17 is still unclaimed.

If you attended this meeting and bought a jackpot draw ticket you could be the winner.

The winning ticket for the £500 prize is Green 187.

If you have the ticket, contact for the verification process. Send a photograph of the ticket to her.

Deadline for claims is August 31.

Tuesday 8th August 2017
Coach to Away Meetings
There will be a coach running to the Aces away meetings at Rye House on 16th August, Leicester on 19th August & Wolverhampton on 28th August.

Booking details as follows:-

Rye House - Wednesday 16th August.
Departs the NSS at 1-30pm
Adults £28, Children £15.

Leicester - Saturday 19th August.

Departs the NSS at 3-30pm
Adults £19, Children £10.

Wolverhampton - Monday 28th August.
Departs the NSS at 2-30pm
Adults £18, Children £10.

The coaches will run subject to sufficient numbers.

To book your seat or for further information please contact Ron Shaw at Eurorider at or by phone on 0161 456 0469

Saturday 5th August 2017
Stadium Camera Policy
In recent weeks we have received a number of queries regarding the policy on the use of cameras in the stadium. 

Therefore, the purpose of this communication is to clarify the policy on cameras.
Except for mobile phones & small compact cameras used for personal and private use only, no still or video cameras capable of providing zoom or close range photography are permitted at the National Speedway Stadium unless the appropriate media accreditation is in place and permission has been provided by Belle Vue Speedway 2017 Ltd.

Friday 16th June 2017
Access to Track Shop
Access to our track shop is 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.

The shop reopens approximately 10 minutes after the end of the meeting, access at this time is through the inside door in the main concourse.

Tuesday 28th March 2017
Ticket Office Opening Hours
We are pleased to advise that the Ticket Office is now officially open.

Opening hours:-

Box office at stadium: Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday - 10am - 4pm
Telephone Sales: 0161 711 0828 - Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 10am - 4pm

Please note that the Ticket Office and telephone sales will not be open on Mondays and Fridays except for the usual pre race meetings opening times.

Tickets can be purchased online 24/7. Booking fees apply to all telephone sales. NO booking fees for online sales.