1970 British League Division Two season
|League||British League Division Two|
|No. of competitors||17|
The 1970 British League Division Two season was the third season of second tier motorcycle speedway in Great Britain. The league expanded from 16 to 17 teams in its third season. Plymouth Devils dropped out but Workington Comets and Peterborough Panthers were new entrants.
Various sides relocated before and during the season. Before the season, 1969 champions Belle Vue Colts became Rochdale Hornets. In July Nelson Admirals moved to Bradford Northern. In August King's Lynn Starlets became Boston Barracudas. Doncaster changed their nickname from Stallions to Dragons.
Canterbury Crusaders won their first title.
|Long Eaton Rangers||32||8||3||21||19|
Top Five Riders
|1||Gary Peterson||Bradford Northern||10.79|
|2||Graeme Smith||Canterbury Crusaders||10.41|
|3||Eric Broadbelt||Rochdale Hornets||10.08|
|4||Paul O'Neil||Crewe Kings||9.91|
|5||Archie Wilkinson||Crayford Highwaymen||9.85|
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