1998 European Speedway Club Champions' Cup

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1998 European Speedway Club Champions' Cup
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The 1998 European Speedway Club Champions' Cup.

In 1998 UEM (European Motyorcycle Union) launches new competition - European Speedway Club Champions' Cup open for European countries. Apart lack entries from leading nations Britain, Denmark and Sweden, 14 countries typed their clubs champions for competition.

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Group C

Due to lack of an organiser for the scheduled Group C event, Bulgaria and France were scrapped with Ukraine going to group B.

Group B




Group A


PlacingTeam / Rider nameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516Pts17181920
1 Flag of Russia.svg Lukoil Oktyabrsky 49367710131619212427303234373942444649
(5) Flag of Russia.svg Rinat Mardanshin 133332112
(6) Flag of Russia.svg Eduard Shaihullin 0----0-
(7) Flag of Russia.svg Mikhail Starostin 10X33282
(8) Flag of Russia.svg Talgat Galeev 11132283
(18) Flag of Russia.svg Roman Povazhny 153333123
2 Flag of Slovenia.svg AMTK Ljubljana 3824789111113161820222528293232333638
(13) Flag of Slovenia.svg Matej Ferjan 112X3383
(14) Flag of Slovenia.svg Jernej Kolenko 7222170
(15) Flag of Slovenia.svg Izak Šantej 123223102
(16) Flag of Slovenia.svg Ales Dolinar 8112371
(20) -00
3 Flag of Ukraine.svg SC Rivne 19111355778910101111131315181919
(9) Flag of Ukraine.svg Igor Marko 6021033
(10) Flag of Ukraine.svg Aleksandr Lyatosinsky 520125T
(11) Flag of Ukraine.svg Vladimir Trofimov 3001012
(12) Flag of Ukraine.svg Vladimir Kolody 512E141
(19) -00
4 Flag of Latvia.svg Lokomotiv Daugavpils 13013667788889910101112121213
(1) Flag of Latvia.svg Nikolay Kokin 7311161
(2) Flag of Latvia.svg Vladimir Voronkov 22F--2
(3) Flag of Latvia.svg Aleksandr Biznya 211E020
(4) Flag of Latvia.svg Maksim Andreev 2000111
(17) -00
PlacingTeam / Rider nameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516Pts171819 20

M - exclusion for exceeding two-minute time allowance • T - exclusion for touching the tapes • X - other exclusion • E - retired or mechanical failure • F - fell

Helmet colours were permanent for each team (Red, Blue, White and Yellow/Black). Colours in diagrams indicate gate positions:
gate A – insidegate Bgate Cgate D – outside

Final


PlacingTeam / Rider nameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516Pts17181920
1 Flag of Poland.svg Polonia Bydgoszcz 46366912151618212425282831343738404346
(1) Flag of Poland.svg Tomasz Gollob 143233113
(2) Flag of Poland.svg Jacek Gollob 6E11351
(3) Flag of Poland.svg Piotr Protasiewicz 11333-92
(4) Flag of Sweden.svg Henrik Gustafsson 153333123
(17) Flag of Poland.svg Michał Robacki 000
2 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Olymp Prague 360257891215171922242526283032323436
(13) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Antonín Šváb Jr. 11232292
(14) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Bohumil Brhel 9032272
(15) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Zdenek Scheneiderwind 731217-
(16) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Adrian Rymel 721317-
(20) Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Pavel Ondrašík 2020
3 Flag of Russia.svg Lukoil Oktyabrsky 292244681011121315161921222326272829
(9) Flag of Russia.svg Rinat Mardanshin 7221161
(10) Flag of Russia.svg Mikhail Starostin 5021141
(11) Flag of Russia.svg Talgat Galeev 6E12251
(12) Flag of Russia.svg Flyur Kalimullin 00
(19) Flag of Poland.svg Sebastian Ułamek 11221383
4 Flag of Germany.svg MSC Broksted 912344444444466666999
(5) Flag of Germany.svg Mattias Kroeger 11E001E
(6) Flag of Germany.svg Fredie Schott 4100-13
(7) Flag of Germany.svg Hartmud Balfanz 1100010
(8) Flag of Germany.svg Aksel Jepsen 310-230
(18) Flag of Germany.svg Stephen Katt 0000
PlacingTeam / Rider nameTotal 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 910111213141516Pts171819 20

M - exclusion for exceeding two-minute time allowance • T - exclusion for touching the tapes • X - other exclusion • E - retired or mechanical failure • F - fell

Helmet colours were permanent for each team (Red, Blue, White and Yellow/Black). Colours in diagrams indicate gate positions:
gate A – insidegate Bgate Cgate D – outside

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