Thursday, 19 July 2018

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Since 2007, Speedway Australia has given the nation’s best young drivers the opportunity to participate in their Junior Driver Development Program.

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The development of junior drivers has long been identified as crucial to the growth of Speedway in Australia and Speedway Australia has taken an active role in ensuring continued participation.

Since its inception, the Junior Development Program has funded a limited number of drivers to attend a sporting development camp at the Australian Institute of Sport.

In 2010, Speedway Australia identified the need to once again improve in the area of junior development. As such, they launched the Speedway Australia Rising Star program. The Rising Star Program takes a big step forward to work closer with the best young speedway talent in the country.

The Speedway Australia Rising Star program gives the opportunity for young drivers to improve themselves in a range of areas including fitness training, psychology and marketing and media training, which will assist them in formulating a pathway to achieve their speedway dream.

To be considered for the Speedway Australia Rising Star program, drivers between 16 and 23 years of age are required to submit a detailed application addressing stringent selection criteria. To be selected, competitors need to display a record of high achievement in Speedway and have a long-term goal in the sport.

Drivers are selected for each year’s Speedway Australia Rising Star Program from a range of states across Australia. As Speedway Australia Rising Stars, the young drivers selected participate in an intensive three-day cap at the AIS in Canberra as well as receiving marketing and press support from Speedway Australia, networking opportunities and much more to assist in developing their profile and racing career.

Applications are now open for current Speedway Australia licence holders aged from 16 to 23. No matter where in the country they live or what division they race, the aim is to find the most suitable applicants and help them reach their potential in the sport.

•Must be Speedway Australia Licensed driver
•Must be between the ages of 16-23
•Have a direction and long term goal in the Sport
•Show a history of good results in Speedway Racing
•Be able to perform at a competent level of Fitness training

Applications are able to be made online for the first time in 2016, using the form at In addition to the personal details, applicants are also required to submit a multi-page presentation outlining their achievements and goals, both on and off the track.

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Please submit your details by October 31, as we aim to select the 2017 participants in early December 2016. Last year there were many quality applicants. Only 14 will be selected, so it’s really important that you put in the effort with your application to avoid disappointment.

Callum Williamson
Matthew Jackson
Kevin Britten
Mitch Foster
Max Johnston
Kye Blight
Daniel Harding
Sam Putland

Jarman Dalitz
Trevor Harding
Blake Skipper
Kyle Pollock
Thomas Davis
Brendan Guerin
Callum Zizek
Josh Fort

Jackson Delamont
Will Carroll
Joe Orr
Jamie McKinlay
Scott Bogucki
Ben Butcher
Cody Maroske
Luke Dodding
Ryan Alexander

Del Levy
Ebony Hobson
Cale Sotiroff
Mikaela Blyton
Jordi Little
Angelo Karoussis
Travis Kennedy
Chris Bellman
Michael Stewart
Ben Nicastri
Lisa Walker
Mikayla Hein
Laura Byrnes

Blake Watson
Lachlan McHugh
Tristan Johnson
Lachlan Abbott
Ben Disbury
Kaiden Manders
Daniel Keen
Jack Bell
Renee Pestka
Nicki Briton
Stephanie Munn
Courtney O'Hehir
Kristy Bonsey
Ellie Hills
Jessica Cassidy

Alec Melvin
Ashleigh Jack
Braydan Willmington
Brock Atkins
Cheyanne Richter-Uren
Courtney Pinker
Jack Gartner
Jarrin Bielby
Lee Aylett
Miranda Ball
Mitchell Gee
Sean Rooney
Stacey Galliford
Tiana Spears

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