|Born||3 September 1980|
|Current club information|
|British league||Lakeside Hammers|
|Polish league||Motor Lublin|
|1996-2004, 2011-2019||Rospiggarna (SWE)|
|1998-1999, 2001-2005||Coventry Bees|
|1999-2000||Gorzów Wielkopolski (POL)|
|2001||KS Toruń (POL)|
|2004-2010||Polonia Bydgoszcz (POL)|
|2005-2006||Luxo Stars (SWE)|
|2006-2008, 2015-||Lakeside Hammers|
|2007-2013||Dackarna Målilla (SWE)|
|2011-2015||Falubaz Zielona Góra (POL)|
|2016||ROW Rybnik (POL)|
|2017||Włókniarz Częstochowa (POL)|
|2018-||Motor Lublin (POL)|
|Speedway Grand Prix statistics|
|2006, 2007, 2009,|
2010, 2011, 2013,
|2000||World Under-21 Champion|
|1998, 2000||Swedish Under-21 Champion|
|1997, 1998, 1999||Scandinavian Under-21 Champion|
|2006||Scandinavian Grand Prix Winner|
|2007||Danish Grand Prix Winner|
|2007||German Grand Prix Winner|
|2009 2014||Nordic Grand Prix Winner|
|2010||Polish Grand Prix Champion|
|2011||Torun Grand Prix Champion|
|2011||Croatian Grand Prix Champion|
|2011||Italian Grand Prix Champion|
|2007||Golden Helmet of Pardubice (CZE)|
|2003, 2004, 2015||World Cup Winner|
|1999, 2001||Swedish Pairs Winner|
|2003, 2001||Polish Ekstraliga Champion|
|1997, 2001, 2002, 2007, 2016||Swedish Elitserien Champion|
|2005||European Club Champion|
Andreas Karl Rune Jonsson (born 3 September 1980 in Stockholm, Sweden)is an international motorcycle speedway rider. He was a member of the Sweden speedway team that won the World Cup in 2003, 2004 and 2015.
Jonsson won Under-21 titles at World, Scandinavian and Swedish levelsand won the $100,000 first prize on offer at the 100th Speedway Grand Prix, billed as the 'Richest Minute in Motorsport'.
Andreas Jonsson has also won the Swedish Championship on seven occasions, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2016.
In late-August 2019, he announced his retirement from motorcycle speedway.
|2001||24th||7||11th||One ride as a wild card in Sweden|
|2006||4th||119||Winner||Won home event in Malilla (Sweden)|
|2007||10th||90||Winner||Won events in Copenhagen (Denmark) and Gelsenkirchen (Germany)|
|2009||5th||116||Winner||Won event in Vojens (Denmark)|
|2010||9th||95||Winner||Won event in Bydgoszcz (Poland)|
|2011||2nd||125||Winner||Won events in Terenzano (Italy), Torun (Poland) and Gorican (Croatia)|
|2014||6th||103||Winner||Won event in Vojens (Denmark)|
|Race no.||Grand Prix||Pos.||Pts.||Heats||Draw No|
|1 /11||Italian SGP||10||7||(2,2,2,0,1)||8|
|2 /11||European SGP||14||4||(2,1,1,X,-)||16|
|3 /11||Swedish SGP||12||5||(2,1,0,0,2)||3|
|4 /11||Danish SGP||1||16||(0,2,1,3,2) +2 +3||15|
|5 /11||British SGP||13||5||(2,1,1,X,1)||1|
|6 /11||Czech Rep. SGP||10||7||(3,1,3,X,-)||15|
|7 /11||Scandinavian SGP||injury → (19) Peter Karlsson||13|
|8 /11||Latvian SGP||8||8||(3,2,0,1,2) +0||1|
|9 /11||Polish SGP||4||11||(1,3,0,3,2) +2 +0||9|
|10 /11||Slovenian SGP||10||6||(1,3,2,0,0)||4|
|11 /11||German SGP||1||21||(3,1,3,3,3) +2 +3||9|
|Race no.||Grand Prix||Pos.||Pts.||Heats||Draw No|
|1 /11||Slovenian SGP||4||12||(1,3,3,0,3) +2 +0||8|
|2 /11||European SGP|
|3 /11||Swedish SGP|
|4 /11||Danish SGP|
|5 /11||British SGP|
|6 /11||Czech Rep. SGP|
|7 /11||Scandinavian SGP|
|8 /11||Latvian SGP|
|9 /11||Polish SGP|
|10 /11||Italian SGP|
|11 /11||German SGP|
|permanent speedway rider|
|wild card, track reserve or qualified reserve|
|rider not classified (track reserve who did not start)|
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|2011 Speedway Grand Prix riders|