Edward Kennett - Speedway Grand Prix Results

Speedway Grand Prix Results

2005 Speedway Grand Prix - 27 place
Final Championship standings: 27 1 Riding No (18)
Grand Prix Pos. Pts. Heats
4 /9 British SGP 17 1 (0,1) 18
2006 Speedway Grand Prix
Final Championship standings: Riding No (17)
Grand Prix Pos. Pts. Heats
4 /10 British SGP 17 - - 17
2007 Speedway Grand Prix
Final Championship standings: Riding No (17)
Grand Prix Pos. Pts. Heats
5 /11 British SGP 17 - - 17
2008 Speedway Grand Prix - 22 place
Final Championship standings: 22 4 Riding No (16)
Grand Prix Pos. Pts. Heats
5 /11 British SGP 13 4 (1,0,0,1,2) 9

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