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Dream Team: Kevin Easterbrook

I'm an ex grasstrack solo rider (69). Followed Exeter speedway since I was 5 years old.

Penhall Shooey

Bruce Penhall
Bruce was the all American boy, superbly presented and looked like he was born to ride a speedway bike. Was at Wembley in '81 to see him win his first title and if you watch the DVD done it from the back mostly. In my opinion he retired much too soon.

Scott Autrey
I remember seeing Scott and Ivan Mauger on more then one occasion in haet 13 needing a 5-1 and getting it. He held nearly every track record in the country at one time, he could gate and come from the back.

Greg Hancock
What a true pro! If you wanted to learn how to gate you would want Greg to teach you, he must be the most consistent gater there is and to ride like he does at this stage of his career is fantastic.

Billy Hamill
Another typical American superstar. Does a lot for the American youngsters in the states and looks so cool on the bike.

Dennis Sigalos
Again a superb rider and true pro, should have gone on to win more big meetings. A great gater and a great team rider.

Kelly Moran
What a rider! Fantastic on a bike, just a typical American superstar. A bit wild sometimes but always gave 100%

Shawn Moran
Another fantastic styllist, they dont get any better than this!

I have to mention Sam Ermolenko, Lance King, Bobby Schwartz and John Cook.

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This article was first published on 5th August 2012


 

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