Spedeworth World Championship

Spedeworth World Championship

 
Superstox Spedeworth Word Championship, first held back in 1961 in Ipswich, but later moved on to Wimbledon stadium. Fun fact about about Wimbledon stadium is that it’s first ever car race was held in 1962 and it was Spedeworth race never the less. In first few years, most of the competitors in World Championship was from England and Czech Republic. It gained worldwide fan base and competitors in next few years. The first ever Spadeworth Word Championship was won by Jan Scott, CZ origin but took home a title for England. Later in sixties, a lot of Scottish and EU based drivers also joined the competition. Most of them were representing their own countries like Germany, Netherlands and Belgium from the NACO organization. Later those years, Superstox races also gained high popularity in Scotland but Scottish Superstox died out in 1980 when Gordon McDougall switched back to race for BriSCA.
The standings for Superstox Spedeworth Word Championship were highly dominated by England competitors, since its popularity, overall investment and sportsmanship dominated in England itself.

2014Wimbledon376 Steven Jackson
2013Lochgelly376 Steven Jackson
2012Ipswich177 Stuart Gilchrist
2011Wimbledon151 Nick Smith
2010Wimbledon 51 Colin Aylward
2009Wimbledon 60 Ben Marjoram
2008Ipswich482 Jason Cooper
2007Wimbledon69 Shaun Brooker
2006//
2005Wimbledon482 Jason Cooper
2004Swaffham174 Paul Poulter
2003Wimbledon22 Mark Kelman
2002Swaffham612 Garry Sparkes
2001Ipswich18 Mark Eaton
2000Wimbledon323 Dave Turner
1999Ipswich612 Garry Sparkes
1998Wimbledon612 Garry Sparkes
1997Ipswich77 Tony Roots
1996Arena Essex7 Glenn Salmon
1995Wimbledon7 Glenn Salmon
1994Ballymena212 Luud Lauriejssen
1993Wimbledon612 Garry Sparkes
1992Ballymena32 Ian McKnight
1991Venray88 Darren Innocent
1990Wisbech4 John Mickel
1989Wisbech612 Garry Sparkes
1988Arlington 54 Martyn Brand
1987Kaldenkirchen 54 Martyn Brand
1986Wisbech482 Neil Bee
1985Cowdenbeath94 Vic Russell
1984Tilburg4 Antony van den Oetelaar
1983Cleethorpes4 Antony van den Oetelaar
1982Cleethorpes482 Neil Bee
1981Kaldenkirchen482 Neil Bee
1980Cowdenbeath320 Dave Pierce
1979Yarmouth298 Jim Welch
1978Kaldenkirchen41 Gordon McDougall
1977Wimbledon 298 Jim Welch
1976Cowdenbeath41 Gordon McDougall
1975Kaldenkirchen482 Neil Bee
1974Wimbledon443 Steve Monk
1973Wimbledon221 Derek Warwick
1972Wimbledon294 Geoff Goddard
1971Wimbledon294 Geoff Goddard
1970Wimbledon530 Biffo Sweeney
1969Wimbledon500 Alan Wardropper
1968Wimbledon320 Dave Pierce
1967Wimbledon531 Todd Sweeney
1966Wimbledon2 Stan Ingle
1965Wimbledon210 Eddie James
1964Wimbledon210 Eddie James
1963Wimbledon17 Tony Maidment
1962Ipswich2 Stan Ingle

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