Australia’s premier speedway museum, owned by Ash Suttor, has become the latest international organisation to pledge support to Island Speedway duo Barry Bishop and Martin Widman’s bold bid to bring track action back to Smallbrook Stadium.
The museum is located in Bathurst, New South Wales and boasts a wide range of speedway bikes, jackets and memorabilia from both past and present, full details of which can be gained by viewing the Ash’s Speedway Museum Facebook page or alternatively via the website at: http://www.ashspeedwaymuseum.com.au/
Commenting on the news, Barry Bishop said:
“Ash is a huge speedway fan and a significant sponsor already of our sport in the UK for you often see his name emblazoned upon riders kevlars in this country and it is for this very reason I am so proud he has chosen to be one of our air fence panel sponsors.
“This means of course that fans will now see Ash’s name every time they visit Smallbrook and Martin Widman and I wish to thank him for the support he’s pledged to us.
“His speedway museum joins our other museum sponsor, Cobra’s Garage Mahal in America, in backing the Islander’s and I can’t wait to give them both our first meeting report along with a race jacket each to display in their respective museums.”