Peterborough Panthers

Founded in 1971, the Panthers have been successful in all three divisions of the sport, winning the Conference League twice, the Premier League twice and the Elite League twice.

Info

Nickname: Panthers

Club Colours: Black and Red

Track Size: 336 metres

Track Record: 58.4 by Kvzysztof Kaspvzak - 20 September, 2010

Facilities: 2,200 Capacity Grandstand. Grass banking on the back straight. Fast food outlets on grandstand side of track. Track Shop. Licensed Bar, Disabled Parking (Inside the Showground – by prior arrangement only)

Founded: 1970

Contact details

Track Address:
East of England Showground
Alwalton
Peterborough
PE2 0XE

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Telephone: 01384 635 948

Email: info@peterboroughpanthers.co.uk

Website: www.peterboroughspeedway.co.uk

Previous top riders

  • Richard Greer
  • Brian Clark
  • Andy Hines
  • Nigel Flatman
  • Kevin Hawkins
  • Mick Poole
  • Jason Crump
  • Ryan Sullivan
  • Sam Tesar
  • Mark Loram
  • Hans Andersen

Peterborough Panthers news

Friday, August 12, 2016
Somerset Rebels rider Rohan Tungate battles Peterborough Panthers star Ulrich Ostergaard

The ‘Cases’ Somerset Rebels 100 per cent Premier League record, which stood at 14 matches, was finally brought to an end by the Sheffield Tigers, though the Rebels can consider themselves unlucky not to have taken at least a consolation point from the match, and perhaps even the meeting win which ultimately went to the Tigers 50-40, writes Ian Belcher.

Saturday, August 6, 2016
Somerset Rebels star Josh Grajczonek who became only the sixth rider ever to bag 1,000 points for the club

The last time referee Phil Griffin officiated at the Oaktree Arena, Josh Grajczonek carried off the Premier League Pairs title, with Rohan Tungate, writes Dave Thompson.

Honours

  • Division One champions 1999, 2006,
  • KO Cup winners 1999, 2001,
  • Craven Shield winners 1999,
  • Elite Shield winners 2007,
  • 4TT champions 1997
  • Premier League champions 1998,
  • 4TT Premier champions 1998.
  • Division Two champions 1992,
  • KO Cup winners 1992,
  • Premiership winners 1993,
  • 4TT Division two champions 1992
  • National League 4TT champions 1977, 78, 88 and 89

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