Czech Republic Individual Speedway Championship

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Czech Republic Individual Speedway Championship
Sport Motorcycle speedway
Founded1949
Most titles Jiří Štancl (12)

The Czech Republic Individual Speedway Championship [1] is a Motorcycle speedway championship held each year to determine the Czech Republic national champion.

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History

It was first staged in 1949, [2] and was known as the Czechoslovakia Individual Speedway Championship until 1992, when the country then divided into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Jiří Štancl is the most successful rider having won the title 12 times, including ten years in a row from 1972 to 1981. [3] [4]

Winners

YearWinner2nd3rd
1949 Hugo Rosák Rudolf Havelka Jan Lucak
1950 Rudolf Havelka Miloslav Špinka Hugo Rosák
1951-1953Not held
1954 Hugo Rosák Jan Lucak Rudolf Havelka
1955 Hugo Rosák Rudolf Havelka Jan Lucak
1956 Hugo Rosák Miloslav Špinka Rudolf Havelka
1957 Rudolf Havelka Josef Kysilka Hugo Rosák
1958 Richard Janicek Luboš Tomíček Sr. Zdenek Dominik
1959 František Richter Jaroslav Machač Luboš Tomíček Sr.
1960 Jaroslav Machač Antonín Kasper Sr. Luboš Tomíček Sr.
1961 Luboš Tomíček Sr. František Richter Antonín Kasper Sr.
1962 Luboš Tomíček Sr. Bedrich Slany František Richter
1963 Luboš Tomíček Sr. Karel Prusa Rudolf Havelka
1964 Luboš Tomíček Sr. Jaroslav Volf Antonín Kasper Sr.
1965 Luboš Tomíček Sr. Pavel Mares Antonín Kasper Sr.
1966 Antonín Šváb Sr. Antonín Kasper Sr. Luboš Tomíček Sr.
1967 Antonín Šváb Sr. Antonín Kasper Sr. Luboš Tomíček Sr.
1968 Jan Holub I Luboš Tomíček Sr. Antonín Šváb Sr.
1969 Jan Holub I Frantisek Ledecky Karel Prusa
1970 Jiří Štancl Václav Verner Jan Holub I
1971 Václav Verner Jiří Štancl Miloslav Verner
1972 Jiří Štancl Petr Ondrašík Milan Špinka
1973 Jiří Štancl Petr Ondrašík Milan Špinka
1974 Jiří Štancl Milan Špinka Petr Ondrašík
1975 Jiří Štancl Petr Kucera Václav Verner
1976 Jiří Štancl Václav Verner Jan Verner
1977 Jiří Štancl Václav Verner Jan Verner
1978 Jiří Štancl Václav Verner Jan Verner
1979 Jiří Štancl Zdeněk Kudrna Petr Ondrašík
1980 Jiří Štancl Václav Verner Petr Ondrašík
1981 Jiří Štancl Aleš Dryml Sr. Václav Verner
1982 Aleš Dryml Sr. Jiří Štancl Petr Ondrašík
1983 Jiří Štancl Petr Ondrašík Aleš Dryml Sr.
1984 Aleš Dryml Sr. Antonín Kasper Jr. Petr Ondrašík
1985 Antonín Kasper Jr. Aleš Dryml Sr. Jiří Štancl
1986 Antonín Kasper Jr. Roman Matoušek Lubomir Jedek
1987 Antonín Kasper Jr. Petr Vandirek Zdenek Schneiderwind
1988 Roman Matoušek Antonín Kasper Jr. Zdenek Schneiderwind
1989 Petr Vandirek Zdeněk Tesař Antonín Kasper Jr.
1990 Antonín Kasper Jr. Zdeněk Tesař Petr Vandirek
1991 Václav Milík Sr. Bohumil Brhel Lubomir Jedek
1992 Bohumil Brhel Antonín Kasper Jr. Petr Vandirek
1993 Bohumil Brhel Petr Vandirek Antonín Kasper Jr.
1994 Antonín Kasper Jr. Petr Vandirek Václav Milík Sr.
1995 Zdeněk Tesař Antonín Šváb Jr. Tomáš Topinka
1996 Tomáš Topinka Antonín Kasper Jr. Bohumil Brhel
1997 Antonín Kasper Jr. Bohumil Brhel Václav Milík Sr.
1998 Bohumil Brhel George Štancl Antonín Kasper Jr.
1999 Michal Makovský Antonín Šváb Jr. Bohumil Brhel
2000 Bohumil Brhel Pavel Ondrašík Marián Jirout
2001 Bohumil Brhel Antonín Šváb Jr. Marián Jirout
2002 Antonín Kasper Jr. Bohumil Brhel Antonín Šváb Jr.
2003 Tomáš Topinka Adrian Rymel Antonín Šváb Jr.
2004 Bohumil Brhel Adrian Rymel Aleš Dryml Jr.
2005 Lukáš Dryml Josef Franc Zdeněk Simota
2006 Adrian Rymel Josef Franc Zdeněk Simota
2007 Flag of Slovakia.svg Martin Vaculík Josef Franc Adrian Rymel
2008 Lukáš Dryml Aleš Dryml Jr. Luboš Tomíček Jr.
2009 Lukáš Dryml Josef Franc Matěj Kůs
2010 Matěj Kůs Lukáš Dryml Hynek Štichauer
2011 Aleš Dryml Jr. Tomáš Suchánek Matěj Kůs
2012 Václav Milík Jr. Lukáš Dryml Matěj Kůs
2013 Aleš Dryml Jr. Václav Milík Jr. Josef Franc
2014 Václav Milík Jr. Josef Franc Matěj Kůs
2015 Václav Milík Jr. Matěj Kůs Josef Franc
2016 Václav Milík Jr. Josef Franc Matěj Kůs
2017 Josef Franc Eduard Krčmář Zdeněk Simota
2018 Josef Franc Václav Milík Jr. Eduard Krčmář
2019 Václav Milík Jr. [5] Eduard Krčmář Jan Kvěch
2020 Eduard Krčmář [6] Václav Milík Jr. Josef Franc
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