1998 Elite League speedway season
|League||Sky Sports Elite League|
|Knockout Cup||Ipswich Witches|
|Craven Shield||Ipswich Witches|
|Elite League Riders Championship||Tony Rickardsson|
The 1998 Elite League season was the second year of this top division of speedway in the United Kingdom, governed by the Speedway Control Board (SCB) in conjunction with the British Speedway Promoters' Association (BSPA).
In 1998, the league decreased to nine teams with the closure of the Bradford Dukes at the end of their championship winning season in 1997. The Peterborough Panthers dropped down to the Premier League but were replaced by the Oxford Cheetahs. The league operated on a standard format without play-offs.
|Belle Vue Aces||32||20||0||12||1524||1353||40||12||52|
|King's Lynn Stars||32||8||1||23||1270||1610||17||1||18|
- british-speedway.co.uk - Official league tables
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