September 27, 1996
| Poole Pirates|
| 27 September 1996 (age 19)
Cowra, New South Wales, Australia (1996-09-27) |
Australian U16 125cc Champion
New South Wales U16 Champion
New South Wales State Champion
New South Wales Under-21 Champion
Australian Solo Champion
Four-Team Championship winner
Knock-Out Cup winner
Brady Kurtz Wikipedia
Brady Kurtz (born 27 September 1996) is an Australian speedway rider.
Born in Cowra, New South Wales, Kurtz isn't the only racer in his family. Brady's older brother Todd Kurtz is a fellow Speedway rider, who has ridden for the Plymouth Devils amongst other teams in the UK.
Brady got his first break into British Speedway riding in the Premier League with the Somerset Rebels. After 2 impressive years with the Rebels, Kurtz was named in the Poole Pirates team to compete in the 2016 Elite League. This news didn't come as a surprise, as Kurtz had already been the subject of interest from Poole for some time. The Poole promoter Matt Ford had gone on record lauding Kurtz as an "outstanding talent" that "every single club wants to snap up as an asset". Kurtz said of his future team "I have been looking up to the Poole Pirates since I was seven years old and used to watch them on TV all the time. To have Matt Ford looking at me and saying those things is like a dream come true."
Brady Kurtz is the current (2016) Australian Champion having won the 4 round series in January 2016. He is taking part in the qualifying rounds for Grand Prix entry.2015 - / / - 8th - 22pts
2015 - Mildura, Olympic Park Speedway - 3rd - 29pts (7)
2016 - Norrköping, Vargarna Speedway - 2nd - 37pts (7)