Stuart Robson (speedway rider)

Stuart Robson (speedway rider)

Stuart Anthony Robson (born 8 November 1976 in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear) is a British motorcycle speedway rider. [Oakes, P.(2004). "British Speedway Who's Who". ISBN 0-948882-81-6] Brother Scott, also rode.

Stuart made his British racing debut in 1993 riding for the Newcastle Diamonds and in 32 matches he posted an average of 4.35. The following season was again with the Diamonds where he averaged just under 5 points followed by a switch to Coventry in 1995 where he was an ever-present and posted figures of 5.31. His 1996 season was split between Coventry and Middlesbrough while in 1997 he joined brother Scott at the Hull Vikings on Humberside.

The following season he returned to the top flight riding once again for Coventry in the Elite League where he spent four seasons as a five-point averaged rider before a big year in 2003 where he pushed his average for the Bees up to just under seven points from an ever-present 47 matches. He also doubled-down with the Newcastle Diamonds in 2003 achieving an 8.76 average from 25 matches. After spending the 2004 season again in the top-flight with the Coventry Bees Stuart celebrated his Testimonial year at Brandon. Stuart rode 354 matches for the Bees equating to 1525 rides scoring 1816 points and a further 313 bonus points.

The end of the 2004 campaign saw Stuart move to the Premier League team the Rye House Rockets on a full transfer.


External links

* [ Stuart Robson - Official Site]
* [ Official Rye House Speedway Website]

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