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 11th full season of the game - with S10 being won by a dominant Exeter Storm, led by 2-times World Champion Craig.
We have a full league program every year which you are always welcome to partake in, this year, like...
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...
The date, track and line up for the S11 Four Team Tournament have been released. This competition will take place on Sunday 9th April at the new version Peterborough track and consist of one semi final followed by a Grand Final. Full details can be found on the following link
http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l298/craigsts/STORM%20V%20SABRES%20640_zpsbbqkqq1m.png As some of you may have noticed, on Friday night we experimented with streaming some fun server racing to Facebook; the objective being to prove the concept but with an eye firmly on the Storm v Sabres league decider and perhaps for key meetings to be streamed...
SUPPLY OF PLAYERS: What is it about the Edinburgh Monarchs that makes their supporters such a hotbed for STS talent (or maybe competitors would be a better word)? Whilst glancing at the charts on the Stats site, almost every season has involved more Monarchs fans than those from any other club. Over the years we've seen 24 Edinburghians taking...
After a few weeks of being busy my schedule has finally given me a couple of nights free, so I did what anybody would do. I watched 9 league meetings. With three weeks instead of two to cover, you're getting a bonus 50% more reporting.. All for the same low regular price! So grab a drink, get comfortable and enjoy my ramblings on the racing! (A bit of a warning: Because I've covered so much...
So, almost 2 years since I took my sabbatical from the game, the infectious lure of the unparalleled event that is team building was too much of a draw to ignore, I therefore found myself perusing over the latest semblance of pixel powered methanol heads.....only to be caught in the act by Tintin :shock: !
I was a little shocked that this section had not been renamed 'Craig Corner' or 'Rico's Ramblings', :lol: so with renewed Journalistic enthusiasm, only ever found inside Unk's world, I decided to post my thoughts on how the teams have fallen once the deck was shuffled.
It is very refreshing to see a lot of new faces...something that always hindered the game in the past, and long may it continue. The new guys are so key to the longevity of the game, as it embarks on it's 10th pulsating season, and I wish them all the best of luck.
So onto the teams - 9 in all, another positive, and a pretty good looking pool as well with some very well seasoned...
|21-Mar||Storm||59 - 37||Cowboys|
|21-Mar||Cowboys||39 - 57||Storm|
|15-Mar||Sharks||61 - 35||Piemen|
|13-Mar||Cowboys||55 - 41||Warriors|
|12-Mar||Storm||56 - 40||Sabres|
|7-Mar||Cowboys||54 - 42||Sharks|
|6-Mar||Piemen||48 - 48||Sabres|
|5-Mar||Warriors||53 - 43||Storm|
|2-Mar||Sharks||48 - 48||Warriors|
|28-Feb||Storm||58 - 38||Piemen|