| Speedway rider|
| 6 May 1994 (age 21)
Wolverhampton, England (1994-05-06) |
British Under-15 Champion
National League Fours
National League Pairs
Ashley Morris (speedway rider) Wikipedia
Ashley Morris (born 6 May 1994) is a British speedway rider.
Born in Wolverhampton, Morris took up speedway as a 12-year-old in 2006, initially on a 150cc bike, moving up to 500cc in 2008. He was included in the Scunthorpe Saints National League team in 2009 in the number eight position, and went on to average 5.56 from fifteen matches. Also in 2009, he won the British Under-15 Championship. In 2010 he joined Dudley Heathens and became a Wolverhampton Wolves asset. Towards the end of the 2010 season he was drafted into the Edinburgh Monarchs Premier League team, making 12 appearances at an average of 2.36 in the team that went on to become Premier League champions. He remained with Dudley and Edinburgh in 2011, but was released by Edinburgh towards the end of April, subsequently riding for Leicester Lions as a replacement for the injured John Oliver. With Dudley, he won both the National Shield and the National League Four-Team Championship in 2011. He rode for Dudley and Workington Comets in 2012. Morris was confirmed as captain of the Heathens for the 2013 season and was also named in the Comets team for 2013.