Speedway rider Dennis Wasden passed away on this day (November 7) in 1989. Let’s see How did Speedway rider Dennis Wasden die and Dennis Wasden cause of death in detail.
How did Dennis Wasden die?
1970s Hull Vikings Speedway Team rider Dennis Wasden passed away on this day November 7 in the year 1989.
As a tribute ,Hull Vikings Team posted on twitter remembering their favorite rider Dennis Wasden.
Behind jacket 7️⃣ is 𝐃𝐞𝐧𝐧𝐢𝐬 𝐖𝐚𝐬𝐝𝐞𝐧. 🇬🇧
🔵 Signed in 71 ✍️
🔵 Retired at the end of 73
🔵 295 Points
🔵 Sadly passed away in 89
— Hull Vikings (@HullVikings) December 7, 2022
Dennis Wasden Cause of death
Dennis Wasden cause of death was not disclosed yet. There are no information available about Dennis Wasden cause of death.
Remembering Dennis Wasden who passed away OTD in 1989. Dennis started with his home town club Sheffield in 1966 & went on to ride for Ipswich, Doncaster & then Hull, where he spent 3 seasons before retiring in 1973. R.I.P. Dennis. pic.twitter.com/CQSr0JNRwS
— Happiness is 40-38 (@Stephen78857051) March 6, 2022
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Who was Dennis Wasden?
Dennis began his career in 1966 with the Sheffield club in his hometown before moving on to play for Ipswich, Don Caster, and finally, Hull, where he spent three seasons before retiring in 1973.
Sunderland vs Hull (nmp) – Tony Childs & Dennis Wasden
Image Credit : Twitter/Hull Vikings.
He is seated behind race jacket 21. Dennis rode in 82 meetings throughout the Boulevard’s first three seasons; he gave his teammates good, steady support and established himself as a reliable reserve.
- 82 Meetings
- 293 Races
- 24 Heat Wins
- 295 Points
- 55 Bonus Points
- 4.78 Overall Average
Image Credit : Twitter/Hull Vikings
On a night when the Vikings were obliged to pursue Ian Bottomley and Dennis Wasden, neither of whom was fit, a home point against Birmingham was rescued.
Doncaster Cliff Emms, Dennis Wasden, Hec Haslinger, Chris Harrison, Chris Roynon, Ian Wilson, on bike Gordon McGregor (captain)
(Image : Speedway Archive.)
The HullVikings suffered a 33-45 loss to Boston in 1972. Arthur Price, Dennis Wasden, and the Barracudas introduced the Hull team in the HDM’s weekend report, which covered both games.
Remembering the late Dennis Wasden
People shared their profound memories of Dennis Wasden on this day.
Kevin Smith commented,
“Always a trier and be remembered as a member of the first Viking team. Great memories.”
Doug Oldale tweeted,
“Yes, that was my bike, the most wonderful thing I ever owned, a JAP with a rudge clutch, bought from Wilf Jay a lovely man, handlebars loaned to me by Dennis Wasden. Wombwell Barnsley, a defunct track used for training, though I don’t remember the training! Sold to Sid Sheldrick.”
Phil Wiles tweeted,
“Wonderful memories that kindled a lifelong love of the sport!”
“Remembering Dennis Wasden who passed away OTD in 1989. Dennis started with his home town club Sheffield in 1966 & went on to ride for Ipswich, Doncaster & then Hull, where he spent 3 seasons before retiring in 1973. R.I.P. Dennis.”
One of the worst things anyone can go through in life is losing a loved one. Any journey must have a destination at the end. The person’s time on earth has regrettably come to an end now that they have died.
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