NATHAN ROBERT GREAVES
DATE OF BIRTH : 24th February 1998, Sheffield, South Yorkshire.
“I started racing grasstrack at the age of 7, but two years later decided to take my 125cc grass bike to Scunthorpe and that’s where my obsession for speedway began. From that moment on I knew exactly what I wanted to do. By the time I was 11 I had a 500cc bike and was competing in the British Youth Championships winning 4 titles along the way. Now I am doing what I love, racing my bikes in British speedway leagues. Although I will start the 2020 season on the sidelines without a team spot, I will be training hard in the off season to be fully ready to line up at the tapes when the call comes from a team competing in either of the three leagues. I want to win, winning is everything to me. I’m fit, the kit is prepped and the team is ready to launch at a minutes notice. Once I hit the shale, I will make 2020 my best year to date, and continue towards my goal of becoming a World Speedway Champion.”
Current place of residence : Chesterfield, Derbyshire
Contracted to : Wolverhampton
League Debut : Dudley heathens 2013
Injuries : Broken leg, hand & thumb, fractured knee & septum, blood clot in nose
Favourite Track : Isle of Wight
Most respected riders : Greg Hancock & Nicki Pedersen
Average hours spent in workshop per week : Every hour I’m not racing or driving!
Best Meeting : Becoming double British Under 16 Champion
Best Race : Swindon vs Belle Vue - Heat 2 - 2014. This was my first meeting in the Premiership, first meeting on Sky, first time riding at Swindon and on Simon Gustafsson's bike aged 16, and I won!
Van : Vauxhall Vivaro
Chassis : Jawa
Engine : PJR
Tuner : PJR
Clutch : NEB
Wheels : Titman
Racing Suit : D-Star
Body Armour : Forcefield
Helmet : Arai
Goggles : Rip N Roll
Gloves : Slide
Boots : Daytona
(2013) Dudley 'Heathens'
(2014) Swindon 'Robins' & Cradley 'Heathens'
(2015) Workington 'Comets' & Cradley 'Heathens'
(2016) Sheffield 'Tigers' & King's Lynn 'Young Stars'
(2017) Wolverhampton,'Wolves', Ipswich 'Witches' & Isle of Wight 'Warriors'
(2018) Wolverhampton 'Wolves', Glasgow 'Tigers' & Redcar 'Bears'
(2019) Redcar 'Bears'
(2011) British 250cc Champion
(2012) British 500cc & 250cc Champion
(2013) British 500cc Champion, National League Winner, Knockout Cup Winner & National Shield Winner (Dudley)
(2014) National League Winner, Knockout Cup Winner & Four Team Championship Winner (Cradley)
(2017) British Under 21 4th
(2018) British Under 21 3rd, World Under 21 Team Championship 3rd with Team GB, Knockout Cup Winner (Redcar)
(2019) Championship Knockout Cup Winner (Redcar)