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Fay Taylour Queen of Speedway (Hardcover)


Fay Taylour Queen of Speedway (Hardcover)

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Fay Taylour Queen of Speedway. By Brian Belton.

Fay Taylor was the most successful woman speedway rider – ever. Her short but meteoric career spanned just a few years in the mid to late 20s: in 1930 women were banned from speedway and she switched to racing cars. In these few years Fay first made a name for herself in Trials riding, beating many established riders including Marjorie Cottle and won several gold medals. Then she discovered speedway where she earned the title Queen of Speedway in what must surely be one of the toughest sports on a motorcycle.

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