Austria national speedway team

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Austria
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Association Österreichischer Automobil-, Motorrad- und Touring Club
FIM codeÖAMTC
Nation colourRed, White and Red
World Championships
Pairs
 Best result7th place (1971 and 1975)
Individual (SGP)
 Best result23rd place (1995 - Leitner)
European Championships
Pairs
 Best result6th place (2007 and 2008)
Individual
 Best result9th place (2007 - Hauzinger)

The Austria national speedway team are motorcycle speedway national team from Austria. They were started in European Pairs Speedway Championship Finals two times.

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World championships

Speedway World Cup

YearPlaceEventPos.Pts.Riders
2001 ----Did not enter
2002 ----4th place in Qualifying round
2003 ----5th place in Qualifying round
2004 ----4th place in Qualifying round 2
2005 ----Did not enter
2006 ----Did not enter
2007 ----Did not enter
2008 ----Did not enter
2009 ----Did not enter
YearPlaceEventPos.Pts.Riders

European Championships

Pairs

YearPlacePts.Riders
2004 --4th place in Semi-Final 1
2005 --Did not enter
2006 --5th place in Semi-Final 1
2007 613 Manuel Hauzinger (12), Manuel Novotny (0), Fritz Wallner (1)
2008 613 Manuel Hauzinger (12), Manuel Novotny (1), Andreas Boessner (0)
2009 5th place in Semi-Final

Team U-19

YearPlacePts.Riders
2008 --Withdrew
2009 Did not enter

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