Rising star of UK Speedway; Elliot Kelly.
 
 

 

Sunday, 14 July
Five for Elliot in victory over Stoke.

A flying start from the gate in heat two helped Elliot race to victory in heat two of Mildenhall's 53:37 league win over the Stoke Potters earlier this afternoon.
A second place in heat four took his total to five before a fall in heat eight prematurely ended his afternoon's action.
Full heat details and individual scores can be viewed on the Speedway Updates website by clicking here.

 

Saturday, 6 July '19
Elliot crowned Caledonian Riders' Champion.


A jubilant Elliot secured his most prestigious individual award at Glasgow yesterday when he was crowned Caledonian Riders' Champion for 2019.
With wins in each of his first three of the four heat stages, and with a semi-final place already guaranteed, Elliot was deprived of his maximum chances when finishing second behind Dale Lamb in heat twelve.
Out in the next race, semi-final one, he bounced back by taking the chequered flag ahead of lowest scoring qualifier Jacob Fellows (6), who also made it through to the final at the expense of the very impressive Lewis and Gregor Millar, both unfortunately having to retire during the race.
In the final, and coming from gate three with semi' two qualifiers Lamb and Joe Alcock lining up on his inside, Elliot made a good start that saw all three riders' battle shoulder-to-shoulder throughout the first lap until Lamb fell on the final bend under the pressure of a determined charge by Alcock.
With Elliot's victory giving him the title and Joe Alcock claiming the runners-up spot, it was Jacob Fellows who filled the third rostrum place, having took full advantage of the misfortunes suffered by Lamb and the Millar duo.
Full heat details and individual scores can be viewed on Speedway Updates website by clicking here.

 

Saturday, 6 July '19
M+SDL Guest appearance at Stoke this evening.

Having made his Midland and Southern Development League debut with a guest appearance for Reading last month, in order to get more track time Elliot accepteded a guest booking for the Carmarthen Dragons, who faced another challenging meeting when they faced Exeter at Loomer Road earlier this evening.
Going into the fixture wth an unbeatable record so far this season, Carmarthen were looking to retain their position at the top of the table and continue their excellent run.
Sadly that was not to be as visitors, Exeter, took victory by a three point margin, 16:19.
Further details will be available on the official Carmarthen Dragons website.

 

Monday, 1 July
In-form Tigers give Thurrock a severe mauling.

A rampant performance from the home side, with each of their riders making significant contributions, saw the Fen Fen Tigers savage visiting Thurrock 63:27 on a sunny Sunday afternoon yesterday.
Inspirational skipper Danny Ayres, on his way to a maximum, took the chequered flag in a shared first race before the home side took the lead in heat two, where Elliot took the first of his two paid race victories by following home his partner, Charlie Brooks, for a 5:1 that put them four points ahead.
Elliot secured his second paid win in his fourth and final outing of the day in heat twelve by following home Jason Edwards. In his other two rides he notched a third place point in heat four but was unlucky not to add to that in heat eight when he lost his steel shoe on the fourth bend of the first lap and was forced to coast round for the remainder of the race.
Full heat details and individual scores can be viewed on the Speedway Updates website by clicking here.

 
 

 

























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