Dan Bewley

DATE OF BIRTH

20/05/1999

PLACE OF BIRTH

Maryport, UK

NATION

United Kingdom

CLUBS

Wroclaw (Poland), Smederna (Sweden)

RIDER NUMBER

99

FIM RANK

#20

DEBUT

British SGP (July 21, 2018)

FIRST WIN

N/A

Championship Points

9

appearances

3

Heat Raced

11

Heat WOn

0

Finals

0

WINS

0

DEBUT

British SGP (July 21, 2018)

FIRST WIN

N/A

Championship Points

9

appearances

3

Heat Raced

11

Heat WOn

0

Finals

0

WINS

0

Holeshot Wins

N/A

Holeshot best timing

N/A

Max Heart rate BPM

N/A

Resting heart rate BPM

N/A

BIOGRAPHY

Great Britain hero Dan Bewley wrote his name into the history books when he helped his country to FIM Speedway of Nations world-title glory last October.

And now he gets his chance to shine in Speedway GP after Artem Laguta and Emil Sayfutdinov’s licences were suspended by the FIM until further notice – promoting second substitute Bewley into the line-up.

Bewley has proved more than a match for the sport’s biggest names in recent seasons, helping Polish club Wroclaw end their 15-year wait for a PGE Ekstraliga championship in 2021, as well as leading Belle Vue to the SGB Premiership Grand Final.

But the huge high point of Bewley’s career so far was his FIM SON triumph with GB in Manchester. With Woffinden injured on day one of the Final, Bewley stepped up to partner Lambert on day two, culminating in their 5-4 Grand Final win over Poland as the Lions celebrated their first world team title since 1989.

There are few things more spectacular in speedway than Bewley on the charge, and now he gets the chance to take his promising career to the next level.

Did you know?

With Bewley joining Tai Woffinden and Robert Lambert in the field, it is the first time Great Britain has had three riders in the Speedway GP line-up since Mark Loram, Scott Nicholls and Lee Richardson contested the 2004 series.

Career

Highlights

cup

1

FIM Speedway of Nations world champion

2021


cup

1

British Under-21 champion

2020


cup

1

British Under-19 champion

2018