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Richard Hall

Speedway rider

Richard Hall (speedway rider)

23 August 1984 (age 31) Northallerton, England (

2002 2003–2005, 2009–2010, 2012–2013 2006–2007, 2014 2007 2008, 2011 2008 2009 2011 2014,
Newcastle Diamonds Sheffield Tigers Peterborough Panthers Vastervik (SWE) Scunthorpe Scorpions TZ Lublin (POL) MKZ Lublin (POL Leicester Lions Redcar Bears

2006 2001
Elite League Champion Premier League Champion

Richard James Hall (born 23 August 1984) is an English motorcycle speedway rider who rides in the British Premier League. Hall moved from the Elite League team Peterborough Panthers at the end of the 2007 season to captain the Scunthorpe Scorpions in their first season in the Premier League in 2008.


Richard Hall (speedway rider) Redcar Bears in 11th hour rider search as Richard Hall quits


Born in Northallerton, North Yorkshire, Hall began his career with the Newcastle Diamonds, making his debut in the Premier League in 2001, before making his Conference League debut in 2002. Hall rode in the Premier League for Newcastle in 2002, recording an average of 1.52, but managed an average of 7.49 in the Conference League with the Newcastle Gems. Hall spent 2003 without a Premier League ride but he was ever present for Sheffield Tigers in the Conference League, averaging 8.46 a meeting. He also rode five matches for the Boston Barracudas in the Conference Trophy, and eight matches for the Coventry Bees in the British League Cup.

His good form saw him earn a place in the Sheffield Tigers team for 2004, where he averaged 5.55 from 47 meetings. He averaged over five once again in 2005 but in a surprise move he was signed by the Peterborough Panthers for 2006 to ride in the Elite League. In 2006, Hall recorded a 4.54 average and the Panthers won the Elite League Championship with Hall playing a vital role in the second leg of the play-off final. He returned to the Panthers in 2007 but his season was cut short after receiving a fractured pelvis and broken ankle in the Garry Stead Benefit Meeting at Sheffield, a few days after being dropped by the Panthers. In 2008, Hall rode for the Scunthorpe Scorpions in the Premier League. He signed for Sheffield for the 2009 season. In 2011 he joined Leicester Lions as team captain, although he was released mid-season, rejoining Scunthorpe Scorpions. In 2012 he signed for the Sheffield Tigers. In 2014, Hall started the season with Redcar but received a 30-day ban for kicking Scunthorpe's Josh Auty, and was replaced by Poland's Rafal Konopka. Hall sat out of British speedway until a brief, unsuccessful spell with the Peterborough Panthers later that year.

World Longtrack Championship

Grand-Prix Years

2004 - 3pts, 25th Overall (1 gp app)

2009 - 39pts, 12th Overall (5 gp app)

2011 - 50pts, 14th Overall (6 gp app)

2013 - 96pts, 3rd Overall (6 gp app)

2014 - 65pts, 4th Overall (4 gp app)

2015 - 44pts, 8th Overall (4 gp app)

2016 - 61pts, 6th Overall (5gp app)

Best Grand-Prix Results


Marmande 2013

Morizes 2014


Vetcha 2015

Challenge Best

2008 Aduard Third

2010 Forssa Third

World Longtrack Team Championship

2008 Werlte Third

2009 Eenrum Fourth

2010 Morizes Fourth

2012 St. Macaire Second

2013 Folkestone Third

2014 Forssa Fifth

2015 Muhldorf First

2016 Marianske Lazne Fourth

European Grasstrack Championship


2009 Berghaupten 5th (12pts)

2011 Skegness 9th (15pts)

2012 Eenrum 10th (12pts)

Other Honours

  • British Junior Sand Racing Champion,
  • British Intermediate Sand Racing Champion – 2 times holder
  • ACU National Grasstrack Challenge Champion
  • References

    Richard Hall (speedway rider) Wikipedia