REPORT Wednesday 4th August 2021, 10:42pm
On a night where it would have been so easy to collapse the What the Fork Monarchs showed their mettle once again sticking to task to become the first team to leave Poole with anything this year courtesy of a heat 15 maximum from Richie Worrall and Sam Masters in heat 15.
PREVIEW Wednesday 4th August 2021, 1:48pm
It's another day on their travels for the What the Fork Monarchs as a battle of the big guns looks in store as we head for Poole on Wednesday night.
NEWS Wednesday 4th August 2021, 9:00am
Last Friday's abandonment of the Knock Out Cup Quarter Final against Birmingham has triggered British Speedway's readmission policy. Find out how to rebook your tickets here!
NEWS Wednesday 4th August 2021, 8:00am
Order your copy of the What The Fork Monarchs v Poole Pirates Matchday Magazine now - a perfect accompaniment to your EMTV:Live experience!
REPORT Tuesday 3rd August 2021, 10:16pm
The What the Fork Monarchs started well before fading late ultimately leaving Plymouth's Coliseum empty handed as the hosts ran out 50-40 victors.
PREVIEW Tuesday 3rd August 2021, 12:30pm
The What the Fork Monarchs are back in action on Tuesday night as they make what must be the longest trip in UK speedway (491 miles door to door for those interested) to take on the Plymouth Gladiators with Championship points the aim.
NEWS Monday 2nd August 2021, 8:00am
Armadale Stadium hosts the best of Britain's young speedway riders on Saturday 14th August at 2:30pm in round 4 of the British Youth Championship.
NEWS Sunday 1st August 2021, 10:00am
Whether you're a Gold Member, ticket holder or EMTV:Live viewer, find out here what Friday's abandonment means for you.
NEWS Saturday 31st July 2021, 8:00am
What The Fork Monarchs have made a change in their reserve berth and their new Rising Star rider will be Luke Crang, recently returned to action and the scorer of a paid maximum in the National League on his first appearance for around six years!
NEWS Friday 30th July 2021, 10:21pm
Frustration was the main feeling at Armadale when the Cup tie with Birmingham was eventually called off after seven completed heats with the score 26-16. Rain was the winner even though initially the riders and track staff thought racing could resume. Heavy returning showers put paid to that.