Glenn Cunningham (speedway rider)

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Glenn Cunningham (born 10 June 1975)[1] in Bristol is a former International speedway rider who rode for the Stoke Potters in the British Premier League.

Glenn started his career with Oxford Cheetahs in 1991 and has since ridden for the Swindon Robins, Reading Racers, Peterborough Panthers, Newport Wasps, Belle Vue Aces, Eastbourne Eagles and Somerset Rebels.

In 1998 He reached the Overseas Final and finished on the podium in third place, as well as winning the Premier League Championship, the Premier League Fours and the Premier League Pairs with his club side, Peterborough Panthers. To cap his best ever season he was selected to ride for England against Australia at Eastbourne.


World Longtrack Championship[edit]

Grand-Prix Years

  • 1997 - Five apps - 76pts (3rd)
  • 1988 - Four apps - 53pts (7th)
  • 1999 - Five apps - 47pts (10th)
  • 2000 - Five apps - 36pts (11th)
  • 2001 - Four apps - 29pts (13th)
  • 2002 - Three apps - 7pts (20th)

Best Individual G.P. Results




  1. ^ Oakes, P.(2004). British Speedway Who's Who. ISBN 0-948882-81-6