Career status Retired
|Name Mark Loram|
|Born 10 January 1971 (age 50) Mtarfa, Malta (1971-01-10) |
1987-19881989, 2006-20091990-19941995-1996199719981999-200020012002-20032004-20051992, 1999-20001993-19971998, 20072001-20032004200520061992-19971999-20002001-20042005-2006 United KingdomHackney KestrelsIpswich WitchesKing's Lynn StarsExeter FalconsBradford DukesWolverhampton WolvesPoole PiratesPeterborough PanthersEastbourne EaglesArena Essex HammersPolandCzestochowaApator TorunKM Ostrow WielkopolskiPolonia BydgoszczRKM RybnikStal GorzowUnia LesznoSwedenBysarnaSmedernaLuxo StarsPiraterna
2000198919941997, 1999, 2001199719991999 World ChampionNational League Riders ChampCommonwealth ChampionBritish ChampionDanish Grand Prix WinnerOverseas ChampionSwedish Grand Prix Winner
198819972003 National LeagueElite LeagueElite League KO Cup
Similar Gary Havelock, Billy Hamill, Joe Screen
Tomasz gollob vs mark loram
Mark Roysten Gregory Loram (born 10 January 1971) is a former British motorcycle speedway rider who won the World Speedway Championship in 2000 and won the British Championship in 1997, 1999, and 2001.
- Tomasz gollob vs mark loram
- Grand Prix of Great Britain 2000 Coventry Final Heat 24
- World Final Appearances
- World Longtrack Championship
- British Grasstrack Championship
Grand Prix of Great Britain 2000 Coventry Final Heat 24
Born in Mtarfa, Malta, Mark Loram started his career with the Hackney Kestrels in 1987. In 1999 Loram became the first rider in Speedway Grand Prix history to win a GP whilst being entered as a wild card, a feat only repeated three times since (as at the end of the 2012 season). He won two Grand Prix in his career; 1997 Danish Grand Prix in Vojens and 1999 when he won the Swedish Grand Prix in Linköping.
Loram became the Speedway World Champion in 2000 despite not winning any of the Grand Prix meetings held that year, the only rider to ever do so. However he was the only rider to reach the semi-finals in all six meetings which along with runner-up placings in the opening two rounds in the Czech Republic and Sweden as well as a third in Britain in Round 4 gave him enough points to secure his first and only world title. Loram scored 102 points over the six rounds to defeat 1996 champion Billy Hamill (who won the Czech Republic and European GP's) on 95 and defending champion Tony Rickardsson (who won in Poland) on 94. Loram's win saw him become the 7th British rider to win speedway's ultimate individual prize.
Loram has also been British Champion three times, in 1997, 1999 and 2001. In March 2007 Loram broke his thigh and dislocated his arm whilst riding in the opening fixture of the Elite League season for the Ipswich Witches. This ended his involvement in the sport for 2007, and he was unable to ride in 2008 and 2009. On 17 December 2009, Loram officially announced his retirement from speedway.
World Final Appearances
World Longtrack Championship
British Grasstrack Championship
First 1991 & 1993.