hall of fame---------------jOHNNY SARGEANT


Johnny Sargeant spent many years with the UK speedway team in Exeter, during which time he appeared in 104 matches for the Falcon's, and notched up a total of 478 points.

He eventually made the decision to retire from the sport, after failing to get back into the line up during an attempt to recover from injury problems,

He had once made an appearance in an England "C" side against a touring America team and scored eleven points.

In 1950, he failed to qualify for the World Championship in the first round at Exeter, and fellow Canadian rider Stan Bradbury also failed in the same Championship at Swindon in the first round.

STATS: UK tracks: Exeter 1950, 51, 52, 53, 54; also spells in 1953 at St Austell and Plymouth. Years in Canada: 1959.

He later emigrated to Canada.


More Info on his rides can be found HERE

with Ken Middleditch



canadian speedway history

This section of our site is forever growing. Despite its size, Canadian Speedway has been blessed to have some iconic names associated with it, and we are proud to bring this information to you.

Thanks is offered to many contributors including Duncan Luke, Tom Marriott, Roger Stevens and David Hensby for the the information used on this site.