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Edinburgh v Long Eaton 1986
By Ray Davidson

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This article was first published on 2nd March 2014


 

  • Ivan Blacka:

    "My memories of Powderhall. It was a very tricky track to master with it's very long straights and it's tight turns with deep dirt. It took at lot of skill to ride that track but once you had mastered it Powderhall was beautiful to ride. I really enjoyed my time riding that track and without it I don't think that I would have learned what I did in such a short time in British Speedway. It was better than most 1st division tracks at that time. The stadium was beautiful."

  • Alexander Falconer:

    "Great memories. A wonderful time. Powderhall sadly no longer there."

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