Manuel Hauzinger

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Manuel Hauzinger
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Born (1982-12-03) 3 December 1982 (age 38)
Vienna, Austria
Nationality Austrian
Current club information
Danish leagueFjelsted
German leagueOlching
Polish league Start Gniezno
Swedish leagueKarlstad
Career history
2005 Getingarna (SWE)
2005 Isle of Wight Islanders
2006 Newcastle Diamonds
2007- Birmingham Brummies
? Berwick Bandits
Individual honours
2002, 2004-2010Austrian Champion
2007Argentina Champion
Team honours
2006 Swedish Allsvenskan Champion

Manuel Hauzinger (born 3 December 1982, in Vienna, Austria) [1] is an international motorcycle speedway rider who rode in the UK for the Berwick Bandits in the Premier League. He also rode for the Swindon Robins in the Elite League, replacing Theo Pijper. He made a memorable debut for Swindon against the Eastbourne Eagles, where he scored 8 points and beat Grand Prix star Scott Nicholls.


Hauzinger has won the Austrian National Championship eight times and represented Austria in the 2004 Speedway World Cup.


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  1. Oakes, P.(2006). Speedway Star Almanac. ISBN   0-9552376-1-0