The Speedway GP stars battle it out for first choice of starting number as they bid to clock the fastest flying laps in qualifying practice.
The world’s best riders go wheel-to-wheel over 23 full-throttle races to crown the weekend’s Speedway GP winner.
Last time in Cardiff
The Principality Stadium is set in the heart of Cardiff city centre, surrounded by bars, cafes, shops and restaurants, where speedway fans from around the world converge on FIM British Speedway GP weekends. Visitors can also head to Cardiff Castle, the National Museum or take in St Fagan’s National Museum of History – one of Europe’s leading open-air museums and Wales’ most popular heritage attraction. If you can tear yourself away from the city, the Brecon Beacons National Park is just an hour north of the Welsh capital. But with speedway fans gathering from every corner of the world, Cardiff city centre is the perfect place to soak up the atmosphere of an iconic racing weekend.