James Brundle

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James Brundle
Born (1986-12-15) 15 December 1986 (age 33)
King's Lynn, England
NationalityFlag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Career history
2002–2006 Mildenhall Fen Tigers
2007 Boston Barracudas
2002–2005, 2007 King's Lynn Stars
2008 Eastbourne Eagles
Team honours
2008 Elite League KO Cup
2007 Premier Trophy

James Michael Brundle (born 15 December 1986, in King's Lynn, England) is a British motorcycle speedway racer. [1]

Career

Brundle began his career with King's Lynn Stars in the Conference League in 2002. He moved up to the King's Lynn Premier League team in 2003 and spent a season on loan with Mildenhall Fen Tigers when they moved up to the Premier League in 2006. In 2007 he won the Premier Trophy with the King's Lynn Stars and in 2008 he won the Elite League KO Cup with Eastbourne Eagles.

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References

  1. Oakes, P.(2004). British Speedway Who's Who. ISBN   0-948882-81-6