For any junior speedway enquires please call Michelle Lawler on 0488 738 873.
Nippers will also be included at junior speedway meetings. If a nipper would like to ride on the Saturday afternoon on the speedway track, please Contact Michelle Lawler on 0488 738 873 for more information.
30th October: Jason Doyle, who raced junior speedway at the CCJMCC, has won the SGP world championship. Read more===>
28th October: Final junior speedway for the year is 4th of November. Sign on 9.30am.
30th July: The next Junior speedway meeting will be the 26th of August. If we can get 14 riders it will be conducted as a teams event.
12th July: Next junior speedway meeting July 22nd. Racing starts 10am.
27th March:Maximum Man Miles Last Saturday the tapes went up on the junior speedway racing season at Allen Park Raceway in Somersby, home of the Central Coast Junior Motorcycle Club. A top class field of sixteen young 125cc junior riders from all over NSW contested the The Ray and Joan Sanson Spirit of Speedway meeting which honours the contribution of the late husband and wife duo to the club and junior speedway over many years. Twelve year old Jack Miles from Kurri Kurri, was in sparkling form with a fifteen point maximum, winning all his races and the ‘A’ final in fine style. Runner up was the 11 year old Lachlan Hayes from Branxton with 10 year old Tom Drane from Forbes a creditable 3rd place on the rostrum. ‘Jack Miles is certainly star quality and could well go on to emulate the success of 2012 World Speedway Champion Chris Holder who also raced junior speedway at Somersby’ says spokesman Terry Starbuck. ‘He was consistently quick, winning many races from the back and recording the fastest time of the night in Heat 12, an amazing 41.3 seconds over 4 laps in a hard fought battle with Lex Tracy, great great nephew of 6 times Australian Champion Billy Sanders. Jack Miles was also presented with the special Spirit of Speedway trophy, awarded to the most promising up and coming rider who demonstrates skills both on an off the track with qualities like attitude, tenacity and fair play.
The next junior speedway meeting at Somersby will be a teams event on Saturday 22nd April. For more information contact Michelle Lawler 0488 738837
19th March: Nippers will also be included at junior speedway meetings. If a nipper would like to ride on the Saturday afternoon on the speedway track, please Contact Michelle Lawler on 0488 738 873 for more information.
14th February: 2018 speedway championship dates announced. Read more===>
25th December: 2017 Under 16’s Speedway Draw announced! Read more===>
2017 Speedway U21’s Draw. Read more===>
Thanks to all the volunteers and the riders, some of whom travelled a long way, who helped make the Redloh Cup a success.
A special thanks to our sponsors Coastal Motorcycle Centre, Bunnings Warehouse and Motorex Oils for providing great prizes for the riders.
Check out Connor Bailey's facebook page and the positive things he had to say. Thanks Connor, we hope to see you again next year.
A full field of 16 riders nominated and turned up for the event. The day started with a coaching clinic run by Mick Holder assisted new Poole signing Jack Holder and double 250cc world champion Matt Gilmore. After the lunch break Gilmore presented the riders with their race jackets.
The track had a new surface which generally held up well. A couple of ruts developed later in the event but nothing that upset the quality of the racing.
Bailey was the top qualifier for the semi finals with 14 points. His only defeat in the heats was to fellow semi qualifer Keynon Rew (QLD). Joining them were Cordell Rogerson (QLD) and Jack Miles (NSW). Bailey had the inside gate and made the best start. He was hounded all the way by Rew but held on for the win. They were followed home by Rogerson and Miles.
The second semi final consisted of Maurice Brown, Aiden Phillips, Harrison Ryan and James Pearson (all NSW). The inside gate helped again allowing Brown the best start followed by Phillips. Ryan was slow off the line to trail Pearson but rounded him up and passed on lap two to take third place. Ahead Brown and Phillips raced for the flag and a place in the final.
Bailey, Brown and Rew lept off the line side by side. Bailey moved ahead on the inside line and Rew tried to go around Brown. He went a bit too wide which allowed Brown to edge away and Phillips to catch up. Phillips drew level but could not quiet get the drive or position to complete the pass. Ahead Bailey withstood the pressure to take a well deserved win.
It is a long way from Mildura but Bailey and his family were so glad they came. They really enjoyed the whole day and to go home as winners was the icing on the cake. On the podium somebody had the great idea to give the boys some non-alcoholic fizz to spray. It was red. The boys soaked each other and it soon dried in the heat to a sticky mess. More than one mother was wondering aloud if it would stain.
The club had great support from sponsers to make the Redloh Cup the premier junior speedway event to end the year. Local motorcycle dealer Coastal Motorcycle Centre, Bunnings Warehouse and Motorex Oil contributed some great prizes and all riders went home with something. Following the event Motorex Oil announced they will continue their sponsorship for the 2017 Redloh Cup.
Click here for the scoresheet.
11th November: The club is pleased to announce Motorex Oils as an associate sponsor of the Redloh Cup. Motorex Oils will be providing promotional bags that include racing chain oil and other items.
7th November: We can now confirm sponsorship for the Redloh Cup. Thanks to Coastal Motorcycle Centre West Gosford and Bunnings Warehouse West Gosford for supporting the event. Read more===>
6th November: If anyone knows the whereabouts of the Ray & Joan Sanson Spirit Of Speedway trophy please contact David Smith or Michelle Lawler.
19th October: The club is pleased to announce our first sponsor for the Redloh Cup. Bunnings Warehouse West Gosford have kindly offered some gift cards to be awarded as prizes.
The Redloh Cup will be run on the 19th of November starting at 1pm. This will be preceded by a coaching clinic in the morning.
7th October: Motorcycling Australia would like to officially announce that at this year’s 2016 QBE Insurance FIM Australian Speedway Grand Prix Championship this October 22nd will see Jack Holder line up as second reserve amongst already competing brother Chris for the final round.
After some devastating news announced recently that championship leader Jason Doyle’s crash has sidelined the star for the remainder of the season, which will see him unable to defend his placing plans have swiftly been made to see more Australians competing on home turf at Australia’s second Speedway GP.
Jack will line up as second reserve behind first reserve 2016 Under-21’s Speedway World Champion Max Fricke, while Sam Masters will line up against Jack’s brother Chris Holder on the starting grid at the commencement of racing action.
All of the Australian riders are past CCJMCC club members and raced as juniors at the Allen Park MVRG at Somersby NSW.
For more information of the 2016 QBE Insurance FIM Australian Speedway Grand Prix head to www.ma.org.au, like the MA Facebook page or follow @motorcyclingaustralia on Instagram.
A month after the SGP on the 19th of November the CCJMCC will host the Redloh Cup. This prestigious trophy was named in honour of Chris Holder and his 2012 World Championship. It is also a tribute to the Holder family who continue to actively support junior speedway.
Sponsors have been secured for the event and will be announced soon. Among the special guests will be 2015 and 2016 250cc World Champion Matthew Gilmore.
There will be a coaching clinic in the morning starting at 10am. Racing will start at 1pm after the lunch break.
17th September: The next junior speedway meeting will be the Redloh Cup on the 19th of November. There will be a coaching clinic in the morning starting at 10am. Racing will start at 1pm after the lunch break.
Nippers will also be included. If a nipper would like to ride on the Saturday afternoon on the speedway track, please Contact Michelle Lawler on 0488 738 873 for more information.
28th August: The next junior speedway is 17th of September. Sign on at 9.30am
1st August: The Central Coast Junior Motorcycle Club hosted round seven of the Junior Speedway Winter Series on the 30th of July. Eleven riders competed over five rounds followed by semi finals and final. Read more===>
6th July: Next junior speedway pointscore 30th July. Sign on 9.30am. Nominations to Michelle Lawler.
25th May: Newspaper reports of our junior speedway from the Central Coast Advocate and Peninsular News
8th May: Junior Speedway Challenge
The CCJMCC ran a double header on Staurday the 7th of May.
First up was the Junior Speedway Challenge promoting the SGP
followed by round 3 of the Winter Speedway Series.
There was a field of eight riders and the two standouts during the day were Jack Miles and Maurice Brown. Brown didn't get off to the best of starts when he was beaten in his first heat by Aiden Phillips. Phillips took the early lead before surrendering it to Brown. A lap later it was Phillips who made the pass to take back the lead and hold it to the chequered flag.
Brown then had four more heat wins to finish top scorer. He showed his skill in his last heat by coming from 3rd place at the end of lap 1, making two great passes then leading from the start of lap 4 to the flag.
Miles had three heat wins including one where he too had to come from 3rd place, making some daring passes and taking the win.
Other heat winners were Harrison Ryan and Lex Tracey.
Brown had a steady win in his semi final following a good start. He beat home Ryan, Phillips and Josh Watson.
The second semi final lost a rider when James Pearson had to withdraw. In his last heat a rock was thrown up and struck is hand. After getting medical attention, and having his finger splinted and strapped, Pearson could not start the race.
Miles won the second semi final following an initial tussle with Tracey. They kept ahead of Nate Simpson who finished third.
When the tapes went up on the final Miles and Brown were side by side for the first lap. Behind them Ryan had a slight lead over Tracey.
On lap two Tracey charged up behind Ryan and clipped his back wheel. Ryan kept going while Tracey fought to control his bike, He narrowly missed the outside barrier in turn one but managed to stay upright. He had lost a lot of ground and remained in 4th place for the rest of the race.
Ahead a hard charging Brown went in too fast behind Miles, went wide and lost momentum. This allowed Miles to stretch the lead and for Ryan to catch up. Brown spent the rest of the race pulling away from Ryan and catching up with Miles but there were not enough laps to mount a challenge for the lead.
Miles won a hard fought race from Brown, Ryan and Tracey.
In the following event, round 3 of the Winter Series, was successful in the A Final beating Miles, Ryan and Phillips.
28th April: Next Junior speedway 7th May. Two meetings in one, club day pointscore & a round of the new Junior 125cc 2016 Winter Series. The Calendar has been updated with added or changed dates.
7th March: Junior speedway pointscore#1 results. Read more===>
Junior speedway Ray & Joan Sanson Spirit of Speedway results. Read more===>
29th February: Ray & Joan Sanson Spirit of Speedway will be held on the 5th March 2016. 50cc Div 1 are able to participate. Sign on 8.30am, racing from 9.30am.