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Bryn Williams

As has widely been reported Hackney Speedway and speedway in general has lost another superstar. Not a rider but former PRO at Waterden Road in the Kestrels era Bryn Williams. I’m sure everyone associated with Hackney Speedway send their deepest sympathies to his friends and family, especially his daughter Carys.  Bryn was a speedway stalwart who amongst many bows to his name will probably be remembered at The Wick as the editor in charge of the Hackney Kestrel News.

Birdbrain who incidentally wasn’t written by Bryn as reported in last week’s Speedway Star looks back at the first time Birdy met Bryn and pays tribute to the man who has been involved at most tracks in the south east. Follow the link below to read Birdbrain tribute to Bryn.....

http://hackneyspeedway.com/Bryn-Williams

Bryn with Hackney legend Bo Petersen

Bryn interviewing Bo Petersen at the 2005 Hackney Speedway reunion


Hackney Kestrels 1988 press day picture




Picture taken on the terracing, the Hackney track shop on the left and looking down towards the home straight grandstand.


Hackney Stadium’s main public entrance. How many of us passed through those turnstiles I wonder?

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