Welcome to British Speedway Sliders, the home of fantastic online racing with a very welcoming community.
This game is played by hundreds of enthusiastic speedway fans the length and breadth of the Country, with the inclusion of riders from Europe & Australia - it makes for a very entertaining game.
Exciting times are ahead as we plan for our 9th full season of the game - with S8 being won by an unusually dominant Peterborough Piemen!
We have a full league program every year which you are always welcome to partake in, this year, like the last, we will be...
Speedway Turbo Sliders (STS) is a gaming mod based on the Turbo Sliders game engine.
It is an overhead racing game that enables up to 20 players to race against each other online.
The BSS development team have created versions of virtually all current Speedway tracks (and many obsolete ones too!); each track modelled using the dimensions of the real-life circuit and with various viable racing lines.
Watch this YouTube video to get a feel for what the game looks like...
Even though season 9 is over there is still a back room team working hard to improve the game by bringing the latest up coming Sliders to the game.
Therefore, a Pool Recruitment Drive has begun tonight. The Pool Organisers team shall be hitting Facebook groups and team forums from all 3 leagues over the coming week or so.
So if you see a new thread/post or status posted then make sure to leave...
After a thrilling couple of nights racing we now know the line up for the Season 9 Play off Final.
Middlesbrough Storm overcame a four point deficit from the first leg to triumph 94-86 on aggregate against the Mildenhall Dragons.
The other semi final saw the Stoke Sharks pull off a spectacular comeback to beat Peterborough Piemen, the league champions, 92-88 on aggregate.
As the highest ranked...
The Season 9 Play Offs get underway on Tuesday when the Peterborough Piemen host the Stoke Sharks.
The following evening sees the Mildenhall Dragons entertain the Middlesbrough Storm in the other Semi Final.
The rules for the Neil Potter Shield are slightly different from normal league matches with the main change being the abolition of the use of Tactical Rides in the competition.
Following the completion of the league season on Tuesday we now know the four teams doing battle for the Neil Potter Shield will be the Piemen, Storm, Dragons and Sharks.
As league winners the Piemen got to choose their semi final opponent and plumped for the Sharks and elected to hold the first leg at home. This left Storm to meet the Dragons in the other semi final, with Storm electing to...
Well we are now well and truly up and running, with the first round of the KOC Quarter finals done and dusted, we can take a quick peek and all make wild bets on who will be the front runners of this new season.
Having refereed two of these, I can say that once again the Icemen look very strong. Craig did what Craig does and went through the card unbeaten at Togliatti, closely followed by his team mates. The support from his fellow riders was all too evident, and only a fool would put money elsewhere this point, but it is early doors. Pushing them hard I am sure will be a revitalised Storm, who with Shaun at No.1 look to be real deal again. My last early each way bet has to go to the Cows, who turned over a massive 13 pt deficit with 6 heats left to knock out a shell shocked Piemen. The prospect of Ice against Cows in the semi is one I am looking forward to witnessing, as 'youth' meets ' experience' and it will be great to see how Craig's younger charges fair with the rough...
|5||Hyde Road Cowboys||12||-16||18|
|10-May||Sharks||47 - 43||Storm|
|5-May||Storm||58 - 32||Sharks|
|29-Apr||Sharks||53 - 37||Piemen|
|28-Apr||Storm||51 - 39||Dragons|
|22-Apr||Dragons||47 - 43||Storm|
|21-Apr||Piemen||51 - 39||Sharks|
|14-Apr||Sharks||44 - 46||Dragons|
|8-Apr||Warriors||43 - 49||Piemen|
|8-Apr||Eyecandy||47 - 42||Cowboys|
|7-Apr||Dragons||51 - 39||Storm|