Location: Astley & Tyldesley Miners Welfare Club, Manchester
Event: 4 September 2011
Astley and Tyldesley Cycle Speedway Club are gearing up for their biggest event of the season this forthcoming Sunday (11 September).
Action from last year's British Individual Final at Gin Pit, with Horspath's Mark Boaler (left) leading Mark Griffiths, Adam Peck and Terry Norman on his way to winning the British title.
The Gin Pit raceway will host the British Team Championship Finals, featuring four of the top teams in the country, who will battle it out to win the magnificent British Team Cup, a huge cup that has been contested annually since 1950.
This is the fourth time that A and T have hosted these prestigious championships - cycle speedway's equivalent of the F.A Cup Final. Racing promises to be fast and furious around the 75 metre long circuit, with no holds barred. Racing starts at 11am, with the first semi-final between East Newport and Leicester. This is followed by the second semi-final, at 12.45pm, between Wednesfield (Wolverhampton) and Poole. The winners of each semi-final will meet in the final, starting at 3pm.
Don't miss the action, which takes place at the Astley & Tyldesley Miners' Welfare Club, Meanley Road, Gin Pit, Tyldesley, M29 7DW. Admission is free, with spectator seating, hot refreshments, a licensed bar and car parking all available. The meeting is being sponsored by J. Fisher & Sons, Heavy Haulage, of Atherton.
Live Cycle Speedway broadcasting is back! Neil Howarth's team that brought you the British Individual Final last year is back with the 2011 British Team Final, live from Astley and Tyldesley this Sunday.
The live feed will be available above and on the Ustream website as the action happens, as well as being recorded to the site for a second viewing later.
Watch Live - British Team Championship Finals (from 3pm on Sunday)
As in 2010 it will be broadcast via the 3G phone network and viewers will be able to see all 18 heats of racing from Britain's best two Cycle Speedway teams in 2011. Tuning in is easy, just visit www.ustream.tv/channel/british-cycle-speedway-finals-2010 from 3pm UK time on Sunday 11 September 2011.
Technical notes: up to date Flash Player plug-in required - visit site for details. For mobile devices without Flash (eg iPhone), Ustream apps are available here.
For further details, visit the club's website at www.astleycyclespeedway.org.uk.
British Cycling would like to thank the organising team, officials and everyone else who helped promote this event. Our sport could not exist without the hundreds of people, many of them unpaid volunteers, who put in many hours of hard work running events, activities and clubs.