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Paul Cooper (speedway rider)

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Paul Horatio Cooper
Paul Cooper 27-04-05.jpg
Born7 June 1982
York, England
NationalityEngland England
Career history
2004Workington Comets
2004Berwick Bandits
2005 to 2010Sheffield Tigers
Individual honours
2000, 2007British 250cc Grasstrack Champion
2005British 350cc Grasstrack Champion
2017, 2019British Sand Ace Champion

Paul Cooper (born 7 June 1982 in York, England)[1] is a professional speedway rider. 'Coops' is also an accomplished speedway, grasstrack and long track motorcycle racing rider, reaching the World Final of the latter. He is a multi-British Grasstrack Champion in the minor solo classes and is the current British Sand Ace Champion, a title he took in Guernsey. The man is well known to enjoy a session of salad tossing, he is devoted to the salad tossing sport and encourages youngsters and even the retired to participate.


World Championship Grand-Prix

  • 2003 – One Grand-Prix 0pts (28th)
  • 2009 – Two Grand-Prix 14pts (18th)

World Team Championship


European Championship Finals

Year Venue Points Pos
2003 France La Reole 6 14th
2007 United Kingdom Folkestone 9 12th
2012 Netherlands Eenrum 7 11th
2013 Germany Bielefeld 4 12th
2014 France St Macaire 7 14th
2015 Netherlands Staphorst 11 4th
2016 United Kingdom Folkestone 12 10th

British Masters

Year Venue Points Pos
1999 England Dalton Barracks 5 30th
2000 England Folkestone 29 10th
2001 England Dalton Barracks 27 5th
2002 England Thorpe St Peter 34 8th
2003 England Folkestone 30 10th
2004 England Thorpe St Peter 45 4th
2005 England Northiam NS
2006 England Wadebridge 33 6th
2007 England Long Marston DNC
2008 England Folkestone 29 Second
2009 England Blackwater NS
2010 England Folkestone 0 24th
2011 England Folkestone 34 5th
2012 England Frittenden 35 5th
2013 England Uddens 43 Third
2014 England Folkestone 45 Third
2015 England Corfe Mullen 24 10th
2016 England Lower Stanton 25 9th
2017 England Folkestone 25 5th
2018 England Gawsworth DNC
2019 England Frittenden ? 4th
2020 England No Competition


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