NSW will take centre stage in 2022 with the NSW Speedway Sports Committee announcing the 2022 NSW Speedway Solo Super Series where junior and senior riders from across Australia will compete in one of the most entertaining forms of motorsport on the planet.
The ‘Super Series’ will be held over four rounds from May to August with the opening round scheduled for 14th May at Woodstock Park Speedway Cowra, followed by Oakburn Park Raceway Tamworth (18th June), Loxford Park Speedway Kurri Kurri ( TBC July) and the final round at Diamond Park Speedway in Albury on 6th August 2022.
Interim MNSW CEO, Lauren Werrin said “This series has been developed by the MNSW Speedway Sports committee with the aim to increase participation in the discipline and bring a speedway roadshow to regional NSW. It’s an opportunity to build and reinvigorate the sport after two turbulent years of COVID-19. It’s wonderful to see our Speedway Sports Committee being proactive in this space and I’m very excited to see the series opener in 2022”.
Classes for the NSW Speedway Solo Super Series will cover all age groups from the grassroots 50cc demonstration class through to 125cc and 250cc juniors and 500cc senior riders, who are embarking on the next step of their motorcycling career.
MNSW Sport Development Manager, Adam Brook said “This is a fantastic opportunity for Motorcycling NSW to focus on junior development, it allows our riders a pathway and platform to the national and international stage, and with 14 NSW speedway riders currently racing professionally overseas, it puts a spotlight on the talent we are producing in NSW”.
The series will offer a tangible speedway product which will profile and build longevity of the discipline for many years to come. Opportunities for sponsorship and television coverage are available.
Media enquiries and more information
Matt Adamson – NSW Speedway Sports Committee 0403 860 518