| United Kingdom|
| 25 May 1966 (age 49)
York, England (1966-05-25) |
Belle Vue Aces
British League Champion
Craven Shield Winner
Gold Cup Winner
Andy Smith (speedway rider) Wikipedia
Andrew "Andy" Smith (born 25 May 1966 in York, England) is a retired British motorcycle speedway rider.
Andy Smith won the British Speedway Championship three times in a row in 1993, 1994 and 1995, giving him the distinction of being one of only three riders ever to achieve this feat.
Smith also rode in Australia during his career, including the 1990/91 Australian season when he based himself at the 520 metres (570 yd) Claremont Speedway in Perth, Western Australia. Despite Claremont being almost twice the length of most British tracks, on 18 January 1991 Smith defeated home town hero, and twice Australian Champion Glenn Doyle in the King of Claremont Classic. Smith also finished 2nd to Sweden's Dennis Löfqvist at the Boxing Day (26 December 1990) International at the 610 metres (670 yd) Melbourne Showgrounds.1989 - Munich, Olympic Stadium - 7th - 10pts
1993 - Pocking, Rottalstadion - 5th - 10pts
1999 - Pardubice, Svítkova Stadion (with Chris Louis / Carl Stonehewer / Joe Screen / Mark Loram) - 4th - 29pts (0)
1991 - Marianske Lazne 10pts (8th)
1992 - Pfarrkirchen 5pts (12th)