|Most titles||Billy Janniro (10)|
The AMA National Speedway Championship is an annual speedway championship to decide the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) North American speedway champion. This event is separate from the United States National Championships which is restricted to riders from the United States only.
|1969||Steve Bast (14)||John Carter (13)||Rick Woods (11)|
|1970||Rick Woods (15)||Steve Bast (13)||Mike Bast (11)|
|1971||Mike Bast (13)||Mike Konle (13)||Larry Shaw (12)|
|1972||Rick Woods (15)||Scott Autrey (13)||Mike Bast (13)|
|1973||Mike Bast (14)||Mike Curoso (13)||Larry Shaw (12)|
|1974||Steve Bast (13)||Jeff Sexton (12)||Mike Bast (10)|
|1975||Mike Bast (15)||Dubb Ferrell (12)||Steve Nutter (11)|
|1976||Mike Bast (14)||Larry Shaw (13)||Bruce Penhall (12)|
|1977||Mike Bast (14)||Bruce Penhall (13)||Steve Bast (13)|
|1978||Mike Bast (13)||Gene Woods (12)||Bobby Schwartz (11)|
|1979||Mike Bast (15)||Alan Christian (13)||Larry Costa (12)|
|1980||Bruce Penhall (15)||Alan Christian (11)||Dubb Ferrell (11)|
|1981||Bruce Penhall (14)||Mike Bast (12)||John Sandona (12)|
|1982||Shawn Moran (14)||Mike Faria (12)||Dubb Ferrell (11)|
|1983||Kelly Moran (14)||Mike Faria (13)||Dubb Ferrell (11)|
|1984||Kelly Moran (14)||Bobby Schwartz (13)||John Sandona (11)|
|1985||Alan Christian (14)||Bobby Schwartz (12)||Mike Faria (11)|
|1986||Bobby Schwartz (14)||Robert Pfetzing (14)||Gary Hicks (10)|
|1987||Brad Oxley (14)||Bobby Ott (14)||Steve Lucero (12)|
|1988||Steve Lucero (12)||Phil Collins ( ) (11)||Sam Ermolenko (10)|
|1989||Bobby Schwartz (14)||Billy Hamill (13)||Phil Collins ( ) (13)|
|1990||Mike Faria (13)||Alan Christian (13)||Billy Hamill (12)|
|1991||Mike Faria (14)||Steve Lucero (13)||Robert Pfetzing (12)|
|1992||Chris Manchester (15)||Bobby Schwartz (13)||Steve Lucero (11)|
|1993||Sam Ermolenko (15)||Chris Manchester (12)||Charlie Venegas (11)|
|1994||Sam Ermolenko (14)||Josh Larsen (13)||Gary Hicks (12)|
|1995||Greg Hancock (13)||Bobby Schwartz (13)||Steve Lucero (12)|
|1996||Steve Lucero (18)||Mike Faria (17)||Louis Kossuth (11)|
|1997||Mike Faria (15)||Greg Hancock (14)||Charlie Venegas (13)|
|1998||Greg Hancock (14)||Bart Bast (12)||Mike Faria (12)|
|1999||Billy Hamill||Charlie Venegas||Mike Faria|
|2000||Greg Hancock||Charlie Venegas||Billy Hamill|
|2001||Billy Hamill||Billy Janniro||Ryan Fisher|
|2002||Billy Hamill (55)||Billy Janniro (53)||Mike Faria (42)|
|2003||Greg Hancock (35+3)||Ryan Fisher (35+2)||Billy Janniro (34)|
|2004||Greg Hancock (58)||Billy Hamill (56)||Billy Janniro (52)|
|2005||Greg Hancock (62)||Billy Hamill (55)||Charlie Venegas (46)|
|2006||Greg Hancock (57)||Billy Hamill (53)||Mike Faria (45)|
|2007||Billy Hamill (60)||Greg Hancock (55)||Bart Bast (49)|
|2008||Billy Janniro (62)||Bart Bast (42)||Bryan Yarrow (38)|
|2009||Greg Hancock (62)||Billy Janniro (53)||Bart Bast (40)|
|2010||Billy Janniro (41)||Charlie Venegas (37)||Bart Bast (28)|
|2011||Billy Janniro (24)||Bryan Yarrow (20)||Charlie Venegas (15)|
|2012||Billy Hamill (23)||Charlie Venegas (22)||Bryan Yarrow (14)|
|2013||Billy Janniro (56)||Billy Hamill (54)||Gino Manzares (42)|
|2014||Billy Janniro (81)||Bart Bast (51+3)||Max Ruml (51+2)|
|2015||Billy Janniro (76)||Max Ruml (60)||Bart Bast (51)|
|2016||Billy Janniro (77)||Max Ruml (63)||Dillon Ruml (46)|
|2017||Billy Janniro (72)||Max Ruml (65)||Broc Nicol (52)|
|2018||Billy Janniro (78)||Luke Becker (67)||Austin Novratil (65)|
|2019||Billy Janniro (59)||Max Ruml (46)||Gino Manzares (36)|
|2020||Max Ruml||Broc Nicol||Billy Janniro|
The AMA Supercross Championship is an American motorcycle racing series. Founded by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) in 1974, the AMA Supercross Championship races are held from January through early May. Supercross is a variant of motocross which involves off-road motorcycles on a constructed dirt track consisting of steep jumps and obstacles; the tracks are usually constructed inside a sports stadium. The easy accessibility and comfort of these stadium venues helped supercross surpass off-road motocross as a spectator attraction in the United States by the late 1970s.
Daytona International Speedway is a race track in Daytona Beach, Florida, United States. Since opening in 1959, it has been the home of the Daytona 500, the most prestigious race in NASCAR as well as its season opening event. In addition to NASCAR, the track also hosts races of ARCA, AMA Superbike, IMSA, SCCA, and Motocross. The track features multiple layouts including the primary 2.5-mile (4.0 km) high-speed tri-oval, a 3.56-mile (5.73 km) sports car course, a 2.95-mile (4.75 km) motorcycle course, and a 1,320-foot (400 m) karting and motorcycle flat-track. The track's 180-acre (73 ha) infield includes the 29-acre (12 ha) Lake Lloyd, which has hosted powerboat racing. The speedway is operated by International Speedway Corporation pursuant to a lease with the City of Daytona Beach on the property that runs until 2054.
Road Atlanta is a 2.54-mile (4.088 km) road course located just north of Braselton, Georgia, United States. The facility is utilized for a wide variety of events, including professional and amateur sports car and motorcycle races, racing and driving schools, corporate programs and testing for motorsports teams. The track has 12 turns, including the famous "esses" between turns three and five; and Turn 12, a downhill, diving turn. The track is owned by IMSA Holdings, LLC through its subsidiary Road Atlanta, LLC, and is the home to the Petit Le Mans, as well as AMA motorcycle racing, and smaller events throughout the year. Michelin acquired naming rights to the facility in 2018.
The Daytona 200 is an annual motorcycle road racing competition held in early spring at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. The 200-mile (320 km) race was founded in 1937 when it was sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA). The original course used the beach itself before moving to a paved closed circuit in 1961. The Daytona 200 reached its zenith of worldwide popularity in the 1970s when the race attracted the largest crowds of any AMA race along with some of the top rated international motorcycle racers.
The 1990 Individual Speedway World Championship was the 45th edition of the official World Championship to determine the world champion rider.
The 2011 AMA Pro American Superbike Championship was the 36th running of the AMA Superbike Championship. The championship covered 8 rounds beginning at Daytona International Speedway on March 11 and concluding at New Jersey Motorsports Park on September 4. The champion was Josh Hayes riding a Yamaha.
North Arm Speedway was the first dedicated motorcycle speedway ever built in Adelaide, South Australia and was located in the industrial suburb of Gillman. It was run by the Speedway Riders' Association of South Australia and ran from 1981 until its forced closure in 1997.
The German Individual Speedway Championship is a Motorcycle speedway championship held each year to determine the German national champion.
The New Zealand Solo Championship is an annual individual motorcycle speedway championship. The championship has been running since 1929 though it has only been running each year since 1958.
Mike Faria is a former speedway rider from the United States.
Chris Manchester is a former speedway rider from the United States.
Steve Lucero is a former speedway rider from the United States.
Georg Gilgenreiner is a former international speedway rider from Germany.
The United States Individual Speedway Championship is an annual speedway championship to decide the champion rider of the United States. The United States Individual Speedway Championship was inaugurated in 1998 and does not form part of the qualification process for the World Championship.
Mike Bast is a former speedway rider from the United States.
Steve Roger Bast (1951–2007) was an international speedway rider from the United States.
Bart Bast is a former speedway rider from the United States.
Brad Oxley is a former speedway rider from the United States.
Rick Woods was an international speedway rider from the United States.
Maxwell Ruml is a speedway rider from the United States.