List of Speedway Grands Prix

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The following is a complete list of Grands Prix which have been a part of the FIM Speedway Grand Prix since its inception in 1995.

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The Speedway Grand Prix of Czech Republic is a speedway event that is a part of the Speedway Grand Prix Series.

The Speedway Grand Prix of Denmark is a speedway event that is a part of the Speedway Grand Prix Series.

The Speedway Grand Prix of Germany is a speedway event that is a part of the Speedway Grand Prix Series. Since 2016 the event has been staged at the Bergring Arena in Teterow.

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The Speedway Grand Prix of Austria was a speedway event that was a part of the Speedway Grand Prix Series.

The Speedway Grand Prix of Croatia was a motorcycle speedway event that was a part of the Speedway Grand Prix Series.

The Speedway Grand Prix of Europe was a speedway event that was a part of the Speedway Grand Prix Series.

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