Västervik Speedway

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Västervik Speedway
Club information
Track address Sparbanken Arena
Västervik
Country Sweden Sweden
Founded 1966
Team manager Marvyn Cox
Peter Helgesson
Team captain Peter Ljung
League Elitserien
Website Official Website
Club facts
Colours Blue and yellow
Track record time 55.2 seconds
Track record date 2005
Track record holder Bjarne Pedersen and Niels-Kristian Iversen
Major team honours
Elitserien Champions 2005

Västervik Speedway are a motorcycle speedway team from Västervik in Sweden. Västervik were established in 1966 and have raced in the Elitserien, the top league division of Swedish speedway, since 1991.[1] They were Elitserien Champions in 2005 and in 2007 they finished runners-up to Dackarna.[2] The team is managed by Peter Helgesson and Marvyn Cox. Former riders include 1993 World Champion Sam Ermolenko and Australia national speedway team manager Craig Boyce.

2012 Team[edit]

Rider Average
Croatia Jurica Pavlič 1.889
United Kingdom Chris Harris 1.669
Poland Tomasz Jedrzejak 1.520
United Kingdom Daniel King 1.508
Australia Dave Watt 1.500
Poland Rafal Okoniewski 1.432
Sweden Peter Ljung 1.393
Sweden Mikael Max 1.383
Sweden Pontus Aspgren 0.973

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Historik". Västervik Speedway. 2008. Retrieved 2008-05-09. [dead link]
  2. ^ "Swedish Leagues". SpeedwayWorld.tv. 2007. Retrieved 2008-06-06. 

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