The German Individual Speedway Championship is a Motorcycle speedway championship held each year to determine the German national champion.
Before the German reunification champions of West Germany and East Germany were declared.
|1979||Egon Müller||Georg Hack||Christian Brandt|
|1980||Georg Gilgenreiner||Egon Müller||Josef Aigner|
|1981||Egon Müller||Karl Maier||Georg Hack|
|1982||Josef Aigner||Egon Müller||Georg Hack|
|1983||Egon Müller||Karl Maier||Stefan Deser|
|1984||Egon Müller||Klaus Lausch||Karl Maier|
|1985||Egon Müller||Klaus Lausch||Gerd Riss|
|1986||Gerd Riss||Klaus Lausch||Karl Maier|
|1987||Tommy Dunker||Gerd Riss||Karl Maier|
|1988||Klaus Lausch||Tommy Dunker||Karl Maier|
|1989||Klaus Lausch||Andre Pollehn||Tommy Dunker|
|1990||Klaus Lausch||Tommy Dunker||Andre Pollehn|
Before 1979 the West German Individual Championship was known as the German Track Championship & was held on Grasstrack & Long tracks only
|1962||Jürgen Hehlert||Gunter Schelenz||Wolfgang Krug|
|1963||Jochen Dinse||Gunter Schelenz||Jurgen Rudolph|
|1964||Jochen Dinse||Gunter Schelenz||Hans Jürgen Fritz|
|1965||Jochen Dinse||Hans Jürgen Fritz||Jürgen Hehlert|
|1966||Jürgen Hehlert||Bruno Bulau||Gunter Schelenz|
|1967||Jochen Dinse||Peter Liebing||Jürgen Hehlert|
|1968||Jochen Dinse||Gerhard Uhlenbrock||Jürgen Hehlert|
|1969||Peter Liebing||Jochen Dinse||Gerhard Uhlenbrock|
|1970||Hans Jürgen Fritz||Jürgen Hehlert||Peter Liebing|
|1971||Hans Jürgen Fritz||Jürgen Hehlert||Jochen Dinse|
|1972||Hans Jürgen Fritz||Clemens Bever||Dieter Tetzlaff|
|1973||Jochen Dinse||Clemens Bever||Peter Liebing|
|1974||Dieter Tetzlaff||Hans Jürgen Fritz||Wilfried Schneider|
|1975||Clemens Bever||Dieter Tetzlaff||Rolf Perner|
|1976||Dieter Tetzlaff||Clemens Bever||Jochen Dinse|
|1977||Hartmut Ernst||Clemens Bever||Dieter Tetzlaff|
|1978||Dieter Tetzlaff||Werner Mell||Joachim Mell|
|1979||Dieter Tetzlaff||Dietmar Lieschke||Clemens Bever|
|1980||Dieter Tetzlaff||Diethelm Triemer||Dietmar Lieschke|
|1981||Diethelm Triemer||Clemens Bever||Dieter Tetzlaff|
|1982||Diethelm Triemer||Werner Mell||Dietmar Liechke|
|1983||Diethelm Triemer||Jurgen Schumann||Thomas Frobel|
|1984||Diethelm Triemer||Norbert Gummer||Thomas Frobel|
|1985||Diethelm Triemer||Ralf Peters||Herbert Mussehl|
|1986||Diethelm Triemer||Joachim Mell||Ralf Peters|
|1987||Diethelm Triemer||Herbert Mussehl||Ralf Peters|
|1988||Herbert Mussehl||Thomas Frobel||Diethelm Triemer|
|1989||Joachim Mell||Mike Ott||Ralf Peters|
|1990||Mike Ott||Thomas Diehr||Thomas Hopp|
|1991||Thomas Diehr||Herbert Mussehl||Frank Leonhardt|
|1991||Zoltan Adorjan||Gerd Riss||Klaus Lausch|
|1992||Gerd Riss||Robert Barth||Jorg Pingel|
|1993||Marvyn Cox||Gerd Riss||Mike Ott|
|1994||Gerd Riss||Marvyn Cox||Andre Pollehn|
|1995||Marvyn Cox||Gerd Riss||Robert Barth|
|1996||Gerd Riss||Robert Barth||Robert Kessler|
|1997||Todd Wiltshire||Matthias Kroger||Robert Kessler|
|1998||Todd Wiltshire||Steffen Mell||Aleš Dryml|
|1999||Mirko Wolter||Gerd Riss||Robert Barth|
|2000||Robert Barth||Mathias Kroger||Lukas Dryml|
|2001||Robert Barth||Aleš Dryml||Mirko Wolter|
|2002||Mirko Wolter||Robert Kessler||Martin Smolinski|
|2003||Mathias Schultz||Matthias Kroger||Christian Hefenbrock|
|2004||Mirko Wolter||Mathias Schultz||Christian Hefenbrock|
|2005||Mathias Schultz||Christian Hefenbrock||Georg Pingel|
|2006||Christian Hefenbrock||Tobias Kroner||Thomas Stange|
|2007||Martin Smolinski||Mathias Schultz||Tobias Kroner|
|2008||Kevin Wölbert||Martin Smolinski||Richard Speiser|
|2009||Martin Smolinski||Christian Hefenbrock||Frank Facher|
|2010||Martin Smolinski||Tobias Kroner||Tobias Busch|
|2011||Kevin Wölbert||Kai Huckenbeck||Martin Smolinski|
|2012||Tobias Kroner||Christian Hefenbrock||Kevin Wölbert|
|2013||Kai Huckenbeck||Mathias Schultz||Martin Smolinski|
|2014||Kai Huckenbeck||Martin Smolinski||Tobias Kroner|
|2015||Martin Smolinski||Kevin Wölbert||Tobias Busch|
|2016||Martin Smolinski||Kevin Wölbert||Mathias Schultz|
|2017||Kai Huckenbeck||Kevin Wölbert||Max Dilger|
|2018||Martin Smolinski||Kai Huckenbeck||Erik Riss|
|2019||Martin Smolinski||Erik Riss||Kevin Wölbert|
|2020||cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic|
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