2019 BRITISH U21 SEMI FINAL
See how 12 of the next generation of British riders met at The Oak Tree Arena to contest the 3 remaining places available to contest for the 2019 British Under 21 Final.
Running time 70 mins.
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This production is dedicated to the Rye House Rocket and Kent King legend that is Luke “747” Bowen. We chart his racing career from the early days as a Rye House Raider, through his progression to a Rocket and finally his three years as the King's top dog! Lots of great action featured on this superb production as well as an in-depth interview with the main man himself and tributes from riders and legendary promoter Len Silver who has played such a big part in his career. Also includes action from Luke’s Testimonial and some of his entertaining moments on and off-track! In association with T2TV Media. Running time 150 mins.
A stellar field congregated at the very fast and pacey Owlerton Stadium circuit to race for one or the most prestigious individual titles in British speedway. A huge crowd were in attendance to witness Erik Riss become the first German and the first Redcar Bear to win the Championship Riders' Individual crown and so were we in this multi-camera production. All the action captured as well as all the reaction to the action and the presentations. Running time 100 mins.
We were at The Eddie Wright Raceway on the eve of the season to capture all the action in front of a big crowd as Danny King become the latest top name to capture the Ben Fund title. As usual, there was some terrific speedway at one of the best racetracks in the UK and we have it all on this two-hour multi-camera production which includes plenty of interviews, the Youth races, The Men in Black races and the presentation. Please click here to view a sample of this DVD on the ReRun Productions YouTube Channel. All profits of this Ben Fund DVD goes to the Speedway Riders Benevolent Fund (SRBF). Running time 115 mins.
From raw novice to British Final heroin six short years! What a journey it was for the totally unique Danny Ayres. He was like a box of chocolates - you never knew what you were going to get from Danny - except you would always get 100% effort! He may have been falling off and getting straight back on his bike in the blink of an eye, surprising us with some of his stunning wins or entertaining the crowd with his post-race celebrations! Speedway was never dull with this incredible entertainer on track. This tribute brings you the good and the odd bad, times of Danny including action from all the tracks he rode for in his tragically short career, namely Kent, Glasgow, Leicester, King's Lynn, Cradley, Redcar, Mildenhall, and Scunthorpe. We also include some of his always interesting interviews, his NL Pairs victory, his heroics in front of the Sky Sports cameras at Glasgow, and his incredible race at the National Speedway Stadium in the British Final on this double-disc production. He may be gone but he will most certainly never be forgotten and we hope you enjoy the journey of Danny Ayres... The Greatest Showman! With special thanks to Jeff Davies, Speedway Portal, Tapes Up Productions, Clean Cut Sports, T2TV Media, Speedway Star, Glasgow Speedway, Elizabeth Leslie, and Tony Neal. Please click here to view a sample of this DVD on the ReRun Productions YouTube Channel. All profits go to Danny's family. Running time 220 mins.
The Aces and the Robins met over two legs at the National Speedway Stadium and the Abbey Stadium to decide the destination of the inaugural Premiership Supporters Cup. In association with Clean Cut Sports, we can bring you all the action, interviews, and cup presentations as the Robins overcome an eight-point deficit to claim the silverware. Running time 140 mins.
Another great advert for National League speedway as the top two available riders from each of the eight teams in this division met at An unbelievable finale to an excellent meeting at Loomer Road as three teams went into the final race level on points! What ensued was an incredible race and photo finish as two teams both celebrated victory but who were the Champions? Relive all the action again on this multi-camera production with plenty of interviews and reaction to all the action as well as the jubilant celebrations. Running time 120 mins.