The prestigious event will showcase the best riders and sidecar teams from the Oceania region, as they compete for glory in the heart-pounding world of speedway racing. The FIM Oceania Speedway Championship and FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship will take place at Gillman Speedway, offering fans an unforgettable experience on Saturday, January 27, 2024, and Saturday, March 9, 2024, respectively.
The FIM Oceania Speedway Championships are an integral part of the speedway calendar, bringing together elite riders and sidecar teams from across the region. Gillman Speedway is set to provide a thrilling setting for this ultimate display of skill, speed, and precision.
Peter Doyle, President of FIM Oceania, expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming event, stating, “We are delighted to bring both of the 2024 FIM Oceania Speedway Championships to Gillman Speedway. This iconic venue has a rich history in two-wheel sport, and we are confident that it will provide the perfect stage for the region’s top riders and sidecar teams to showcase their talent. We invite speedway enthusiasts to join us in experiencing the electrifying atmosphere and witnessing the incredible displays of skill and bravery on display.”
Further information about the 2024 FIM Oceania Speedway Championships, including event schedules, ticketing details, and participant announcements, will be found on the FIM Oceania website and official social media pages. Stay connected with the latest updates and exclusive content as the countdown begins to this extraordinary celebration of speedway racing.
- FIM Oceania Speedway Championship at Gillman Speedway on Saturday 27th January 2024
- FIM Oceania Speedway Sidecar Championship at Gillman Speedway on Saturday 9th March 2024
About FIM Oceania:
FIM Oceania is a continental union and regional representatives of the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), the world governing body of Motorcycle Sport. FIM Oceania works closely with its two-member federation nations and FIM to provide a consistent strategic plan and development of motorcycle sport in the Oceania Region.