WightLink Warriors

Wightlink Warriors 45-45 Weymouth 'Wildcats' (Bryn Williams Memorial)

The Wightlink Warriors last night staged a very special speedway meeting at The Andrew Younie Smallbrook stadium to celebrate the lifelong involvement and contribution of one of the sport’s greatest ambassadors Bryn Williams, who sadly died at the end of 2016.

Wightlink Warriors Welcome Island Scaffold

One of the leading scaffold companies on the Island, Island Scaffold, has joined the Wightlink Warriors 2017 Sponsorship team. The company has provided both rider and photographer viewing platforms that are a very welcome addition to the ever-improving Andrew Younie Stadium.

Speedway Bryn – A Night Of Celebration

This Thursday the speedway fraternity will come together at The Andrew Younie Smallbrook Stadium to celebrate the life of the late Bryn Williams, the Warriors former stadium announcer and press officer who sadly passed away at the end of last year.

Plymouth 'Devils' 53 Warriors 35

Speedway Warriors Battle Scarred at Plymouth; Good Friday saw the Wight Warriors travel to Plymouth with high hopes of a win against the Plymouth Devils in the first National Trophy meeting of the season, with anticipation that local rider Tyler Govier would use his experience of the Devon track to help guide the Warriors to an away win.

Vince Mapley Memorial Trophy

A major accident marred the Grand Final of The Vince Mapley Memorial Trophy, the first speedway meeting of the 2017 season at the Andrew Younie Smallbrook Stadium.

Warrior Greaves Semi Success

Despite a fall in his last ride, new Wightlink Warrior Nathan Greaves successfully negotiated his British Under 21 Speedway Championship semi-final at Peterborough on Tuesday evening scoring 9 points (1, 3, 2, 3, FX).

Vectis Radio is roaring into summer with new broadcasts of speedway from the Andrew Younie Stadium, Smallbrook

Starting this week, Vectis presenters Simon Steele and his daughter Shania will bring listeners all the exciting action from the home of the Wightlink Warriors speedway team, where the sport has been based since 1996. Barry Bishop, who was in the Island's first team in that first year, and Martin Widman took over in 2015 and raced their first season last year achieving 8th in the 2016 UK National League