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British League Riders' Championship

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British League Riders' Championship
CountryUnited Kingdom
replaced by
Premier League Riders Championship

competition below
Div Two Riders Championship

The British League Riders Championship was an individual motorcycle speedway contest between the top riders (or two riders) with the highest average from each club competing in the British League in the UK, or the top division of the league during the period when it had two or more divisions.[1][2] Similar tournaments had been held before the formation of the British League in 1965, including the Provincial League Riders' Championship, open to riders from the Provincial League. The championship has been sponsored by Player's No 10, Skol, Leyland Cars, Gauntlet, Daily Mirror, TNT Sameday and Dunlop.[3][4]

The championship continued until the British League Riders' Championship was replaced with the Premier League Riders Championship in 1995.

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Year Winner Team 2nd Team 3rd Team
1965 Barry Briggs Swindon Robins Jimmy Gooch Oxford Cheetahs Cyril Maidment Belle Vue Aces
1966 Barry Briggs Swindon Robins Olle Nygren Wimbledon Dons Norman Hunter West Ham Hammers
1967 Barry Briggs Swindon Robins Nigel Boocock Coventry Bees Ray Wilson Long Eaton Archers
1968 Barry Briggs Swindon Robins Eric Boocock Halifax Dukes Ivan Mauger Newcastle Diamonds
1969 Barry Briggs Swindon Robins Ivan Mauger Belle Vue Aces Jim Airey Sheffield Tigers
Year Winner Team 2nd Team 3rd Team
1970 Barry Briggs Swindon Robins Anders Michanek Newcastle Diamonds Eric Boocock Halifax Dukes
1971 Ivan Mauger Belle Vue Aces Barry Briggs Swindon Robins Jim McMillan Glasgow Tigers
1972 Ole Olsen Wolverhampton Wolves Martin Ashby Swindon Robins Ronnie Moore Wimbledon Dons
1973 Ivan Mauger Exeter Falcons Ray Wilson Leicester Lions Anders Michanek Reading Racers
1974 Peter Collins Belle Vue Aces Ivan Mauger Exeter Falcons Phil Crump Newport
1975 Peter Collins Belle Vue Aces Phil Crump Newport Martin Ashby Swindon Robins
1976 Ole Olsen Coventry Bees Peter Collins Belle Vue Aces John Louis Ipswich Witches
1977 Ole Olsen Coventry Bees Peter Collins Belle Vue Aces Michael Lee Kings Lynn Stars
1978 Ole Olsen Coventry Bees Peter Collins Belle Vue Aces Steve Bastable Cradley Heath Heathens
1979 John Louis Ipswich Witches Bruce Penhall Cradley Heath Heathens Michael Lee Kings Lynn Stars
Year Winner Team 2nd Team 3rd Team
1980 Les Collins Leicester Lions Bruce Penhall Cradley Heath Heathens Larry Ross Wimbledon Dons
1981 Kenny Carter Halifax Dukes Chris Morton Belle Vue Aces Shawn Moran Sheffield Tigers
1982 Kenny Carter Halifax Dukes Shawn Moran Sheffield Tigers Hans Nielsen Birmingham Brummies
1983 Erik Gundersen Cradley Heath Heathens Michael Lee Poole Pirates Hans Nielsen Birmingham Brummies
1984 Chris Morton Belle Vue Aces Hans Nielsen Oxford Cheetahs Erik Gundersen Cradley Heath Heathens
1985 Erik Gundersen Cradley Heath Heathens Peter Collins Belle Vue Aces Chris Morton Belle Vue Aces
1986 Hans Nielsen Oxford Cheetahs Erik Gundersen Cradley Heath Heathens Shawn Moran Sheffield Tigers
1987 Hans Nielsen Oxford Cheetahs Chris Morton Belle Vue Aces Kelly Moran Sheffield Tigers
1988 Jan O. Pedersen Cradley Heath Heathens Erik Gundersen Cradley Heath Heathens Hans Nielsen Oxford Cheetahs
1989 Shawn Moran Belle Vue Aces Hans Nielsen Oxford Cheetahs Brian Karger Swindon Robins
Year Winner Team 2nd Team 3rd Team
1990 Hans Nielsen Oxford Cheetahs Kelly Moran Belle Vue Aces Ronnie Correy Wolverhampton Wolves
1991 Sam Ermolenko Wolverhampton Wolves Hans Nielsen Oxford Cheetahs Joe Screen Belle Vue Aces
1992 Joe Screen Belle Vue Aces Per Jonsson Reading Racers Gary Havelock Bradford Dukes
1993 Per Jonsson Reading Racers Henka Gustafsson Kings Lynn Stars Chris Louis Ipswich Witches
1994 Sam Ermolenko Wolverhampton Wolves Hans Nielsen Coventry Bees Martin Dugard Eastbourne Eagles

See also


  1. ^ Bott, Richard (1980). The Peter Collins Speedway Book No.4. Stanley Paul & Co Ltd. p. 99. ISBN 0-09-141751-1.
  2. ^ Oakes, Peter (1981). 1981 Speedway Yearbook. Studio Publications (Ipswich) Ltd. p. 61. ISBN 0-86215-017-5.
  3. ^ "British League Riders Championship". Retrieved 23 July 2021.
  4. ^ Matthews/Morrison, Peter/Ian (1987). The Guinness Encyclopaedia of Sports Records and Results. Guinness Superlatives. p. 291. ISBN 0-85112-492-5.
  • Oakes, Peter (1991) The Complete History of the British League, Front Page Books, ISBN 0-948882-07-7
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