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|Tuesday 28th October 2014|
Rider of the Year
Who was your Rider of the Year?
Vote for him in the Aces Rider of the Year Poll.
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Aces team (IC)
The result of the vote will be announced at the Dinner Dance on 21st November.
|Sunday 26th October 2014|
End of Season Dinner Dance
So far, Scott Nicholls, Craig Cook and Michael Palm Toft have all confirmed that they are attending, more information will follow.
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|Thursday 23rd October 2014|
Newsletter Issue 70 Available
Issue 70 of our newsletter is now available to download, collecting together all the latest news and photos.
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|Thursday 16th October 2014|
Site Preparations Gain Ground
The Belle Vue ‘Rentruck’ Aces are revving up for a new chapter in their history as the site setup of their new home at the prestigious National Speedway Stadium finally commences.
The development, which will lie at the heart of the new Belle Vue Sports Village in Gorton, is a significant aspect of the East Manchester Regeneration Framework.
The entire project, which also includes a new Basketball Performance Centre and three multipurpose all-weather pitches, will be completed in early Spring 2016.
A world of possibility awaits thereafter as Belle Vue prepares to reclaim its image as leisure capital of Manchester, with the opening of the state-of-the-art venue in time for the new speedway season.
Stadium contractors ISG began moving machinery onto the site last Tuesday as part of their initial site preparations ahead of construction.
CEO David Gordon welcomed the news as a “huge milestone” nearly seven years after proposals for the purpose-built circuit were initially drawn up in late 2007.
He said: “After years of hard work and patience, we are absolutely delighted to see the builders moving equipment onto the site.
“Because of the scale of the development the overall setup will take approximately 4-6 weeks.
“But that’s something all large projects have to adhere to, and this has been factored into the overall timescale of the build.
“It will enable the contractors to do what they need to do in the most efficient manner, so that by 2016 we will have a stadium worthy of its national status.”
Chris Morton added: “Belle Vue Speedway will have its own marketing office on site and once it’s up and running, we’ll be inviting fans nationwide to drop in and see us.
“Detailed plans of the project will be on display in the office, while representatives of the club will be on hand to discuss the many commercial opportunities the stadium will offer.
“And for those who’ve been enquiring, we will be relaunching the ‘Buy A Brick’ campaign and supporter membership packages.
“This is history in the making, and we want the fans to be a part of it with us.”
Updates on the progress of the stadium will be issued weekly for the duration of the build via our website and social media.
|Tuesday 7th October 2014|
NSS Breaking - Diggers Move In
Earlier this morning construction materials and machinery began moving onto the site of the new National Speedway Stadium, home of the Belle Vue Aces.
Over the next few days, contractors ISG will continue their preparations of the site in anticipation of breaking ground on the project next week.
More detailed information to follow soon...