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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Buxton Hitmen
Club information
Track addressDale Head Lane
Axe Edge
Buxton
Derbyshire
CountryEngland
Founded1994
Closed2018
Team managerJoshua Moss
Team captainTom Woolley
LeagueNational League
Websitewww.buxtonhitmen.co
Club facts
ColoursGold, Red and Black
Track size240 metres
Track record time52.9
Track record date27 June 2004
Track record holderJames Wright
Major team honours
National League KO Cup2002, 2010
National League2010
National Trophy2010

The Buxton Hitmen were a speedway team in the British National League (formerly the Conference League) from 1994 to 2018. The club stopped racing in the National League after the 2018 speedway season.[1][2][3][4]

History

The team's inaugural season was in the 1994 British League Division Three in which they finished in 6th place.[5] They following year they finished 3rd in the 1995 Academy League before joining the Conference League (division 3).

During the 2002 Speedway Conference League season the team won their first silverware when winning the Conference League Knockout Cup.[6]

In the 25 years that the team raced they always competed in the third division and their best season was 2010 when they achieved the treble. After finishing 2nd in the regular season table behind Dudley Heathens during the 2010 National League speedway season they won the playoffs, defeating Newport in the final. They also won the Knockout Cup and National Trophy.[7]

Honours

Season summary

Extended content
Year and league Position Notes
1994 British League Division Three 6th
1995 Academy League 3rd
1996 Speedway Conference League 8th
1997 Speedway Conference League 4th
1998 Speedway Conference League 5th
1999 Speedway Conference League 3rd
2000 Speedway Conference League 8th
2001 Speedway Conference League 6th
2002 Speedway Conference League 5th Knockout Cup winners
2003 Speedway Conference League 6th
2004 Speedway Conference League 6th
2005 Speedway Conference League 11th
2006 Speedway Conference League 6th
2007 Speedway Conference League 7th
2008 Speedway Conference League 6th
2009 National League speedway season 4th
2010 National League speedway season 2nd Champions (PO winners) & Knockout Cup winners
2011 National League speedway season 8th
2012 National League speedway season 7th
2013 National League speedway season 6th
2014 National League speedway season 8th
2015 National League speedway season 8th
2016 National League speedway season 12th
2017 National League speedway season 10th
2018 National League speedway season 10th

Riders previous seasons

Extended content

2018 team

2010 team

2009 team

Also Rode:

2008 team

Also rode:

2007 team

  • Australia Scott James
  • England Jack Roberts
  • England Carl Belfield
  • England Ben Taylor
  • England Jonathan Bethell
  • England Lewis Dallaway
  • England Andrew Braithwaite
  • England Gareth Isherwood

References

  1. ^ "HITMEN WITHDRAW FROM LEAGUE RACING - British Speedway Official Website". speedwaygb.co.uk. Retrieved 23 December 2019.
  2. ^ "Buxton Hitmen Speedway Official Website: HITMEN WITHDRAW FROM LEAGUE RACING". buxton-speedway.com. Retrieved 23 December 2019.
  3. ^ "Spiralling costs force Buxton Hitmen to withdraw from league racing". www.buxtonadvertiser.co.uk. Retrieved 10 June 2021.
  4. ^ "Buxton Speedway". Defunct Speedway. Retrieved 2 September 2021.
  5. ^ "BRITISH LEAGUE TABLES - MODERN ERA (1991-PRESENT)". Official British Speedway website. Retrieved 2 September 2021.
  6. ^ Oakes, P (2006). Speedway Star Almanac. Pinegen Ltd. ISBN 0-9552376-1-0.
  7. ^ "Year by Year". Speedway Researcher. Retrieved 2 September 2021.


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