Foxhall Stadium

Foxhall Stadium is a Stock car racing stadium located in Foxhall near Ipswich. The Stadium is also used for Speedway and is home to the Ipswich Witches Speedway team, and also used for carboot sales. The Stadium is run by [http://www.spedeworth.co.uk/homepage/index.htm Spedeworth UK Ltd] stock car promoters. [Bamford, R & Jarvis J.(2001). "Homes of British Speedway". ISBN 0-7524-2210-3]

The main events at the Stadium include The National Hot Rod Championship of the World held the first weekend every July and the Gala Night Held the closest Saturday Night to Guy Fawkes Night. At both events a large entry of Stock Cars, Hot Rods and Banger Racers can be expected as well as a sell out crowd of around 10,000.

The stadium opened in the mid-1950's and has been in continuous operation since.

=See also= [http://www.spedeworth.co.uk/homepage/index.htm Spedeworth UK Ltd]

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