WightLink Warriors

Speedway Wizards Conjure Up First Sponsorship

Within hours of the announcement that the 'Wightlink' Wizards are planning a track return in 2018 in the Southern Development League, two supporters have quickly stepped forward to become the team's first official sponsors. On the back of a very successful association with the 'Wightlink' Warriors in 2017, Stu and Jack Clelland, the speedway mad father and son duo from Portsmouth, have generously offered to fund the fuel costs for the Wizards quartet at each of the sides home meetings.

‘Wightlink’ Warriors Welcome Back Adam Portwood

Hot on the heels of the news that the ‘Wightlink’ Wizards are to make a track comeback, Warriors fans will be excited to hear that Adam Portwood is the first name on the ‘Wightlink’ Warriors 2018 team sheet as the club begins team building for the season ahead. Adam, who joined the ‘Wightlink’ Warriors towards the latter end of the 2017 season after impressing at the Vincent's Motorcycle and Antiques Handicap meeting, will return to one of the two reserve berths on a 3.83 average.

Speedway Promoters Delight At ‘Wightlink’ Wizards Return

Island speedway bosses Barry Bishop and Martin Widman are delighted to be able to confirm today that they intend to enter a team in the Southern Development League (SDL) next season. The team name will be Isle of Wight ‘Wightlink’ Wizards and this venture will be in addition to all the usual Warrior activity.

Speedway Warriors Tap Into Another New Sponsorship

Island based Wight Water Plumbing and Heating Ltd has joined the 2018 sponsorship team. The company which is embarking on its first year of sponsorship of the club joins the growing number of Island based businesses that realise the value of being associated with the’ Wightlink’ Warriors both on and off the speedway track.

Warriors Speedway - More Sponsorship Confirmed

The ‘Wightlink’ Warriors sponsorship drive continues apace and today the club can announce the welcome return of Gareth Ward to the sponsorship network. Gareth, who also happens to be one of the clubs Paramedics, lives in Devizes and has been part of the Warriors set up since the club returned to the shale 2 years ago.

Speedway Warriors In The Final Of The Community Club Of The Year

The Isle of Wight ‘Wightlink’ Warriors speedway team have been voted one of speedways top four community clubs of the year. The announcement was made at tonight’s annual Gala Dinner staged in Leicester hosted by the World Speedway Riders Association (WRSA)

'Wightlink' Warriors Welcome Steve Williams

More great sponsorship news for the Island speedway team as Steve Williams, a lifelong speedway fan from Ellesmere Port, becomes the first new sponsor to be announced for the Wightlink Warriors in 2018 and it shows that the Warrior Way really does stretch across the UK and beyond.