Glasgow Tigers Speedway

Glasgow Tigers Speedway located at The Peugeot Ashfield Stadium, 404 Hawthorn St, Glasgow G22 6RU, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0800 916 0087

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russ paine

5 Google Rating

We held our annual Ride n Slide experience day at Ashfield this weekend and each year it just gets b

5/ 5

We held our annual Ride n Slide experience day at Ashfield this weekend and each year it just gets better and better. Amazing stadium, fabulous people that couldn't be any more helpful if they tried. We are so lucky to have such an awesome venue on our schedule. Special thanks to Gerry Facenna for his awesome hospitality, roll on 2020 !!!

jessie buttery

5 Google Rating

Wonderful experience for all the people who attend. Derek is great in the centre keeping everyone up

5/ 5

Wonderful experience for all the people who attend. Derek is great in the centre keeping everyone up to date. Staff throughout excellent. Jimmie and Jessie

James Paterson

4 Google Rating

I went to watch a Grand Prix Qualifier for next years World Championship Speedway. I enjoyed the me

4/ 5

I went to watch a Grand Prix Qualifier for next years World Championship Speedway. I enjoyed the meeting with some good racing. To see the future champions of speedway was brilliant, once in a live time. Had a coffee and a bite to eat, will be back for a championship meeting.

STEVE OHALLORAN

5 Google Rating

Great friendly atmosphere and the reshaped racetrack has made for even better speedway. Well done t

5/ 5

Great friendly atmosphere and the reshaped racetrack has made for even better speedway. Well done to all responsible who have transformed Glasgow Speedway.

Richard Bills

5 Google Rating

I visited for the FIM Grand Prix Qualifier. It was my first visit to Glasgow speedway for years. The

5/ 5

I visited for the FIM Grand Prix Qualifier. It was my first visit to Glasgow speedway for years. The club owners have done wonders to transform the venue into somewhere suitable for spectating in the 21st Century. The track has been overhald too, which results in some great racing once the outside sort line appears.

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