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By BSCDA, Nov 17 2019 02:58PM

On behalf of our sport, we join our community in being shocked, saddened and numbed following a tragic accident at Birmingham Wheels last night involving an esteemed friend, ambassador and huge and valued supporter of our sport.

Sadly, Mr Colin North passed away yesterday evening, 16th November following a tragic accident.

As you would understand, those directly involved are shocked and numbed.

Today our thoughts and condolences are with Colin's family and very many friends within a wide range of communities, particularly oval racing and Speedway where, over many years, Colin, a gentleman in every sense of the word and a man of huge integrity was more than a valued sponsor, indeed a 'friend, patron and ambassador' for our sport.

At this time it really is difficult for us to put into words our sadness at this tragic loss..

"We are co-operating fully with the Police and Health and Safety Executive who are investigating this tragic accident. Further information will be provided in due course but at this stage in the investigation it is inappropriate for us to comment further and we will not do so."

By BSCDA, Oct 29 2019 03:39PM

Over the past few days we have tried to find a solution for the cancelled Mildenhall event. As we are so late in the racing season it has not been possible to find a suitable replacement date so unfortunately the National Points Championship Shootout will run over nine rounds and not ten.

By BSCDA, Oct 26 2019 02:09PM

Update from Northampton.

The track staff are working hard to ensure the track is in a raceable condition tomorrow. Yes the weather is against the team but they are busy pumping water off the track and also pumping the pit area.

The weather forecast is showing that the rain will cease at around 4pm and no further rain is given.

Work will continue throughout the night ready for tomorrow’s meeting.

Incarace have requested no vehicles arrive today/tonight as the pits are closed.