Tom Perry

Nationality: England.
Born: Wolverhampton, 22 February 1993.
Home Town: Albrighton.
Class: Solo.

 

Major Honours

World Longtrack
Challenge: 2010.
Best Other Result: Qualifier Second 2010.

European Grasstrack Championship
Finalist: 2012.
Semi-finalists: 2010, 2011.

British Masters Championship
Second: 2012, Third 2011.
Top Ten Finishes: 2009, 2010, 2018.
Other Appearance: 2013.
On Day Final: Third: 2011.
Challenge
First 2009.

British Championships
350cc: First 2015, 2016, 2018, Third 2009, 2011.
250cc: Second 2009.

 

Other Majors

British Best Pairs: 350cc Second 2009, Third 350cc 2008 250cc 2008.
British ‘Under 21’ Championships: First 2010, 20112012.

South Midland Centre Championship: 250cc First 2008.

Battle of Britain: 500cc Second 2009; 350cc Third 2009.
Bewdley Bonanza: 350cc First 2011.
Champion of Champions: 250cc Third 2008.
Formula GT Club Championship: Juniors First 2006, Second 2005, Cubs First 2003, 2004.
International Lincolnshire Poacher: First 2010, Third 2011.
Jon Underwood Memorial: 350cc First 2008.
Kent Kracker: 500cc Third 2009, 2010; 250cc First 2009.
Ledbury Leader: 500cc First 2009, Third 2013, 350cc First 2009, 2012.
Master of Midshires: 500cc Second 2013, 350cc First 2009, 2018, Third 2010.
Peterchurch Show: Unlimited First 2011, 500cc First 2009, 2011, 350cc 2009, 2011.
Three Pairs Flyer: 250cc Third  2008.
Worcester Winner:  500cc Second 2009, 350cc First 2009, 250cc 2008.

 

Club Successes

2016: First Bridgwater, Second Bridgwater2015: Second Ledbury, Third Ledbury2012: Third Astra2011: Second SCA; 2010: First Bewdley, Fenland, Wainfleet, Second Fenland; 2009: First BristolCornwall Solo x5, Bewdley, Fenland x2; Wainfleet,  Worcestershire, FGA, Second Bewdley x3, Cornwall Solo, Grassroots, Third Worcestershire; 2008: First Cornwall Solo,  Midshires  x2, Leamington, Frittenden, Maidstone, Somerton, SWeGAFrittenden, Second  FGACornwall Solo x2, FenlandSomerton, Tonbridge, Frittenden x2, DunmowHayes & Southall x2, Third Burton & Leicester, Fenland, FGAWainfleet x2.

 

British Youth Championship

125cc: First 2006.

 

British Speedway Career

Dudley (2010-12), Redcar (2010), (Edinburgh (2011), Belle Vue (2012), Somerset (2012-13), Wolves (2012, 2014), Isle of Wight (2013), Scunthorpe (2014), Leicester (2014, 2017), Cradley (2014, 2017), Swindon (2015, 2017), Rye House (2015), Berwick (2016), Peterborough (2016), Birmingham (2016), Glasgow (2017), Kings Lynn (2017), Belle Vue II (2018).

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