Lee Smart

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Lee Smart
Born (1988-04-05) 5 April 1988 (age 33)
Swindon, England
Nationality English
Current club information
British league Stoke Potters
Career history
2003 Swindon Sprockets
2003 Stoke Spitfires
2004 Mildenhall Fen Tigers
2005 Somerset Rebels
2005–2008 Weymouth Wildcats
2006, 2011 Plymouth Devils
2007-2008, 2009 Birmingham Brummies
2010 Dudley Heathens
2010, 2013 Stoke Potters
2012 Redcar Bears
Individual honours
2010National League Riders Champion
Team honours
2004, 2008 Conference League Champion
2004 Conference League KO Cup Winner
2004 Conference League Trophy Winner
2008National League Fours

Lee Mitchell Smart (born 5 April 1988) in Swindon, Wiltshire, [1] is a speedway rider in the United Kingdom, who raced for the Mildenhall Fen Tigers in the Premier League in 2008 after being released by the Birmingham Brummies mid-season, having previously been part of the Fen Tigers multi-trophy winning Conference League team in 2004. [2]

He signed to race for Stoke Potters in the National League in 2013.

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References

  1. Oakes, P.(2004). British Speedway Who's Who. ISBN   0-948882-81-6
  2. "Rider Index, speedwaygb.co. Retrieved 23 February 2013