4 time Australian Under 21 Speedway Champion - 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2017
In 2012/13 season Max progressed from a successful career in the junior ranks of Australian speedway to the senior level.
In his first attempt, Max won the 2013 Australian Under 21 Solo Speedway Championship at just 16 years of age and backed this up by retaining the coveted title in 2014 and again in 2015. In 2017 Max again won the Title becoming one of 3 Australians to have achieved the Title on 4 occasions.
Max commenced his professional speedway career in 2013 when he signed a UK Premier League contract with the Edinburgh Monarchs where he stayed for 2 years before progressing to the Elite League level with the Belle Vue Aces. Max went on to race in the Danish League and Division 1 in Poland before progressing to the top level of racing in the Elite League in Sweden and the Polish PGE Ekstraliga where he was voted Discovery of the Season in his first year. At just 22 years of age Max has accumulated some very impressive results which culminated in winning the Under 21 World Championship in 2016 and the Australian Senior Solo Championship in 2019. Max made his Speedway GP debut in 2017 when he was named as third reserve and hopes to again have an opportunity to appear in 2019 after being named 2nd reserve.
Weekly updates on Max’s UK results and Belle Vue news and match reports which can be accessed via their website - www.bellevueaces.co
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View some of his videos at the bottom of the media gallery including the Australian Title races – links provided below:
On Saturday 29 July, Speedway is making a return to the The World Games 2017 – Wrocław after being invited to appear as an ‘invitational sport’ and Max will be joining Australia’s strongest pairing of Jason Doyle and Chris Holder as the reserve rider representing team Australia. The World Games is held every four years [...]
Max commenced the defence of his title last week at the first round of the FIM 2017 World Championships in Posnan, Poland. Showing why he is the current World Title holder, Max went through the heats dropping just one point on what proved to be a tricky and technical track for many of the riders. He displayed [...]