Czech Republic national speedway team

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Czech Republic
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg
AssociationAutoklub of the Czech Republic
Autoklub České republiky
FIM codeACCR
Team manager Milan Špinka
Team captain Aleš Dryml Jr.
Nation colourWhite , Red and Blue
World Championships
Team (SWC)1
 Best result2nd - 1999
Pairs
Individual (SGP)
European Championships
Pairs 22
 Best resultChampion (2004 and 2007)
Individual 111
 Best resultChampion (2001 - Brhel)

The Czech Republic are one of the major teams in international speedway. They have never won the competition but have appeared in eight finals.

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Speedway World Team Cup

YearVenueStandings (Pts)Czech Riders and Pts
1960 Flag of Sweden.svg
Gothenburg
1. Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden (44)
2. Flag of England.svg England (30)
3. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg CZECHOSLOVAKIA (15)
4. Flag of Poland.svg Poland (7)
Antonín Kasper Sr. 5
Luboš Tomíček Sr. 4
Jaroslav Machač 3
František Richter 3
-
1961 Flag of Poland.svg
Wroclaw
1. Flag of Poland.svg Poland (32)
2. Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden (31)
3. Flag of England.svg England (21)
4. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg CZECHOSLOVAKIA (12)
Luboš Tomíček Sr. 7
Antonín Kasper Sr. 4
Bohumil Bartoněk 1
Stanislav Svoboda 0
-
1962 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg
Slaný
1. Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden (36)
2. Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain (24)
3. Flag of Poland.svg Poland (20)
4. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg CZECHOSLOVAKIA (16)
Luboš Tomíček Sr. 7
Bedřich Slaný 4
Jaroslav Volf 3
Karel Průša 2
-
1963 Flag of Austria.svg
Vienna
1. Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden (37)
2. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg CZECHOSLOVAKIA (27)
3. Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain (25)
4. Flag of Poland.svg Poland (7)
Antonín Kasper Sr. 10
Stanislav Kubíček 7
Miloslav Šmídl 7
Luboš Tomíček Sr. 5
-
1977 Flag of Poland.svg
Wroclaw
1. Flag of England.svg England (37)
2. Flag of Poland.svg Poland (25)
3. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg CZECHOSLOVAKIA (23)
4. Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden (11)
Jiří Štancl 8
Václav Verner 5
Jan Verner 5
Aleš Dryml Sr. 5
-
1979 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg
White City
1. Flag of England.svg England (37)
2. Flag of Poland.svg Poland (25)
3. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg CZECHOSLOVAKIA (23)
4. Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden (11)
Jiří Štancl 6
Aleš Dryml Sr. 5
Zdeněk Kudrna 4
Václav Verner 4
-
1983 Flag of Denmark.svg
Vojens
1. Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark (37)
2. Flag of England.svg England (29)
3. Flag of the United States.svg USA (27)
4. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg CZECHOSLOVAKIA (3)
Jiří Štancl 2
Václav Verner 1
Antonín Kasper Jr. 0
Aleš Dryml Sr. 0
Petr Ondrašík 0
1999 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg
Pardubice
1. Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia (51)
2. Flag of the Czech Republic.svg CZECH REPUBLIC (35)
3. Flag of the United States.svg USA (29)
4. Flag of England.svg England (29)
Aleš Dryml Jr. 10
Bohumil Brhel 9
Michal Makovský 8
Antonín Kasper Jr. 8
Antonín Šváb Jr. 0
Key:
+1,2... - bonus points gained by finishing behind teammate
+1j,+2j... - extra points gained in joker ride

Team U-21 World Championship

YearPlacePts.Riders
2005 420 Tomáš Suchánek (12), Zdeněk Simota (5), Luboš Tomíček Jr. (2), Filip Šitera (1), Martin Málek (0),
2006 --2nd place in Qualifying Round 2
2007 330 Filip Šitera (11), Matěj Kůs (9), Luboš Tomíček Jr. (6), Hynek Stichauer (4), Martin Gavenda
2008 --2nd place in Qualifying Round 1
YearPlacePts.Riders

Team U-19 European Championship

YearPlacePts.Riders
2008 --4th place in Semi-Final 2
2009 415 Michael Hádek (9), Pavel Pučko (2), Jan Holub III (2), Václav Milík Jr. (2), Michal Dudek (0)
YearPlacePts.Riders

Team squad at 2009 Championship was nominated in October 2008 by Team manager Milan Špinka:


Famous Czech riders

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References

  1. "Kadra Czech na DMEJ 2009". SportoweFakty.pl. 2008-10-21. Retrieved 2008-10-21.[ dead link ]