Boston Barracudas

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Boston Barracudas
Club information
Track address Boston Sports Stadium, New Hammond Beck Road, Boston, Lincolnshire (demolished)
Country England
Founded 1970, 2000
Closed 1987, 2008
Club facts
Colours Blue and White
Track size 342 metres
Major team honours
British League Division Two Champions 1973
British League Div. 2 KO Cup Winners 1973
National League Best Pairs Champions 1977
Conference League Trophy Winners 2000
Conference League KO Cup 2003

The Boston Barracudas were a speedway team. Founded mid-season in 1970 by Cyril Crane when the King's Lynn Starlets changed their name, they competed in the National League until 1987 at Boston Sports Stadium in New Hammond Beck Road.

In 2000 the club was reformed as Boston Barracuda-Braves, and entered the Conference League but riding at King's Lynn. The team name reverted to Boston Barracudas in 2007 but the club closed down after the 2008 season.

2007 team[edit]


Division 2[edit]

Champions: 1973[1]

National League Knockout Cup[edit]

Winners: 1973

National League Pairs[edit]

Winners: 1977

Conference League Knockout Cup[edit]

Winners: 2000

Conference League Trophy[edit]

Winners: 2003


  1. ^ Oakes, P (2006). Speedway Star Almanac. Pinegen Ltd. ISBN 0-9552376-1-0. 

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