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2018 Rob Woffinden Classic this Saturday

Make Smoking History Pinjar Park Motorcycle Speedway

  • 4 January 2018
  • Posted By: Linda
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2018 Rob Woffinden Classic this Saturday

The Rob Woffinden Classic will be held at the Make Smoking History Pinjar Park Motorcycle Speedway track this Saturday 6th January 2018.

The Speedway Club of WA will host Swedish International Riders who'll battle it out with West Australia's Best solo riders including our newly crowned West Australian 500cc Champion Cameron Heeps.

Make sure you dont miss this event with a full supporting program. Admission is $25 adults and kids under 16 free, fantastic family value and loads of on track excitement.

The Pre program events start at 5pm, rider introductions will be at 6.45 pm with the main race program commencing at 7pm. A full bar and canteen facilities are available at the track.

Pinjar Park Speedway resident riders Swedish duo of Kenny Wennerstam and Joel Andersson are keen and ready to take on Pinjars best in their first hit out at the Rob Woffinden Classic.

The two 21 year olds will spend the summer in Perth racing at Pinjar Park Speedway so get along this Saturday and catch the Boys in Action!

Rob the Legend's History and the events history click HERE

For more information see Speedway Club of WA website-HERE

Follow Speedway Club of WA on facebook HERE 

Facebook Event Details HERE  


Awesome footage from 2017 HERE 



SMCWA would like to also welcome Indian Motorcycles on board as Major sponsor of the 2018 Rob Woffinden Classic.

If your in the market for a quality Motorcycle get down and see Aaron and the team at there showroom Albany Hwy Cannington.

Follow them on facebook HERE 



Wikipedia,-Motorcycle speedway, usually referred to as speedway, is a motorcycle sport involving four and sometimes up to six riders competing over four anti-clockwise laps of an oval circuit. The motorcycles are specialist machines which use only one gear and have no brakes; racing takes place on a flat oval track usually consisting of dirt, loosely packed shale, or dolomite (mostly used in Australia and New Zealand). Competitors use this surface to slide their machines sideways, powersliding or broadsiding into the bends. On the straight sections of the track the motorcycles reach speeds of up to 70 miles per hour (110 km/h).

The exact origins of the sport are unknown but there is evidence of a type of speedway racing being practised in the USA before the First World War and in Australia in the late 1910s and early 1920s. There are now both domestic and international competitions in a number of countries including the Speedway World Cup whilst the highest overall scoring individual in the Speedway Grand Prix events is pronounced the world champion. Speedway is popular in central and northern Europe and to a lesser extent in Australia and North America. A variant of track racing, speedway is administered internationally by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme(FIM). Domestic speedway events are regulated by FIM affiliated national motor sport federations.



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