King's Lynn Stadium

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King's Lynn Stadium

King's Lynn Stadium, also known as the Adrian Flux Arena and previously as the Norfolk Arena, is a short oval stadium situated to the south of King's Lynn on Saddlebow Road. Since 1955 it has hosted BriSCA Formula 1 Stock Car Racing for which it has hosted World Final events for in 2007, 2009, 2013 and 2015. Other short oval formulas such as Banger Racing also appear regularly at the track.

The stadium has been the home of the King's Lynn Stars motorcycle speedway team since 1965. It hosted the Final of the 1984 European (World) Under-21 Championship won by England's own Marvyn Cox.

The stadium also hosts drifting and stunt events.

The shale-surfaced track is 342 metres (374 yards) long and is surrounded by a solid steel plate fence and like most international speedway venues, the fences in the turns are protected by an air fence.

Speedway World Finals[edit]

Individual Under-21 World Championship[edit]

* Round 1 of 3 in 2016. Rounds 2 and 3 held in Pardubice (Czech Republic) and Gdańsk (Poland)

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Coordinates: 52°43′48.58″N 0°23′20.96″E / 52.7301611°N 0.3891556°E / 52.7301611; 0.3891556