The New Zealand Solo Championship is an annual individual motorcycle speedway championship. The championship has been running since 1929 though it has only been running each year since 1958.
Unless stated, all riders are from New Zealand
|1930||Kilbirnie||Alf Mattson||Harry Mangham||Eddie Naylor|
|1931||Western Springs Stadium||Alf Mattson||Wally Kilmister|
|1933||Monica Park||Charlie Blacklock||Norm Grey|
|1936||Monica Park||Wally Kilmister||Wally Rhodes|
|1941||Western Springs Stadium||Charlie Buchanan||Ron Seed||Henry Falls|
|1942-1944||Not Held due to World War II|
|1945||Western Springs Stadium||Jack Hunt||Ron Seed||Norman Morgan|
|1946||Western Springs Stadium||Len Perry||Norman Morgan||George Mudgway|
|1947||Western Springs Stadium||Gil Craven ( )||Harold Fairhurst||George Mudgway|
|1948||Western Springs Stadium||Jack Hunt||Len Perry||Alf Clarkin|
|1949||Palmerston North Showgrounds||Harold Fairhurst||Gil Craven ( )||Bruce Abernethy|
|1950||Wellington||Bruce Abernethy||Alf Clarkin||Trevor Redmond|
|1951||Aranui Speedway||Bruce Abernethy||Jack Parker ( )||Peter Dykes|
|1952||Tahuna Park||Ron Johnston||Mick Holland||Maury Dunn / Norman Parker ( )|
|1954||Western Springs Stadium||Harold Fairhurst||Merv Neil||Gerald Jackson ( )|
|1956||Aranui Speedway||Ronnie Moore||Eric Williams ( )||Ron Mountford ( )|
|1958||Rotorua||Maury Dunn||Jules Benson||Goog Allen|
|1959||Rotorua||Barry Briggs||Ivan Mauger||Len Jelaca|
|1960||Western Springs Stadium||Ray New||Maury Dunn||Bryce Subritzky|
|1961||Rotorua||Ray New||Maury Dunn||Bob Anderson|
|1962||Palmerston North Showgrounds||Ronnie Moore||Merv Neil||Ken McKinlay ( )|
|1963||Palmerston North Showgrounds||Barry Briggs||Ronnie Moore||Geoff Mardon|
|1964||Western Springs Stadium||Geoff Mardon||Peter Moore ( )||Bob Andrews|
|1965||Ruapuna Speedway||Murray Burt||Allan Brown||Jack Hart|
|1966||Waiwakaiho Speedway||Bob Andrews||Murray Burt||Bryce Subritzky|
|1967||Ruapuna Speedway||Howard Cole ( )||Doug Templeton ( )||Ronnie Moore|
|1968||Ruapuna Speedway||Ronnie Moore||Frank Shuter||Bob Andrews|
|1969||Palmerston North Showgrounds||Ronnie Moore||Bob Andrews||Goog Allen / Bill Andrew / Howard Cole|
|1970||Western Springs Stadium||Chris Bailey ( )||Bill Andrew||Bryce Subritzky|
|1971||Ruapuna Speedway||Frank Shuter||Allan Brown||Roger Wright|
|1972||Ruapuna Speedway||Bruce Cribb||Roger Wright||Graeme Stapleton|
|1973||Western Springs Stadium||Gary Peterson||Bob Andrews||Graeme Stapleton|
|1974||Ruapuna Speedway||Ivan Mauger||Ronnie Moore||Barry Briggs|
|1975||Palmerston North Showgrounds||Dave Morton ( )||John Davis ( )||Craig Pendlebury ( )|
|1976||Meeanee Speedway||Larry Ross||Colin Farquharson||Paul Church|
|1977||Stratford Speedway||Larry Ross||Graeme Stapleton||Robin Adlington|
|1978||Penlee Speedway||Larry Ross||Barry Briggs||Mike Fullerton|
|1979||Ruapuna Speedway||Larry Ross||Mitch Shirra||Ivan Mauger|
|1980||Western Springs Stadium||Larry Ross||David Bargh||Tony Briggs|
|1981||Meeanee Speedway||Ivan Mauger||Mitch Shirra||Larry Ross|
|1982||Western Springs Stadium||Mitch Shirra||John Goodall||David Bargh|
|1983||Ruapuna Speedway||Mitch Shirra||Larry Ross||David Bargh|
|1984||Penlee Speedway||Mitch Shirra||Larry Ross||David Bargh|
|1985||Ruapuna Speedway||Larry Ross||Alan Mason||Roger Wright|
|1986||Awapundi Speedway||David Bargh||Larry Ross||Mitch Shirra|
|1987||Western Springs Stadium||David Bargh||Mitch Shirra||Larry Ross|
|1988||Ruapuna Speedway||Larry Ross||David Bargh||Gary Allan|
|1989||Western Springs Stadium||Larry Ross||Gary Allan||Mark Thorpe|
|1990||Ruapuna Speedway||Larry Ross||Mark Thorpe||Craig Wilkie|
|1991||Awapundi Speedway||David Bargh||Chris Martin||Mark Thorpe|
|1992||Meeanee Speedway||Gary Allan||Mark Thorpe||Paul Atkins|
|1993||Ruapuna Speedway||Mark Thorpe||Mark Lyndon||Andy Walker|
|1994||Stratford Speedway||Mark Thorpe||Tony Nagel||Mark Jamieson|
|1995||Kihikihi Speedway||Andy Walker||Nathan Murray||Robert Davidson|
|1996||Ruapuna Speedway||Mark Thorpe||Graham Hartshorne||Mark Jamieson|
|1997||Stratford Speedway||Chris Penny||Robert Price||Graham Hartshorne|
|1998||Meeanee Speedway||Paul Atkins||Mark Jamieson||Michael Long|
|1999||Ruapuna Speedway||Mark Jamieson||Andy Walker||David Bargh|
|2000||Awapundi Speedway||David Bargh||Kris Jemmet||Sean Cox|
|2001||Ruapuna Speedway||Graham Hartshorne||Daniel McKinlay||Scott Boyce|
|2002||Kihikihi Speedway||Andrew Appleton ( )||Nathan Murray||Graham Hartshorne|
|2003||Ruapuna Speedway||Sam Taylor||Blair McKinlay||John Tuffley|
|2004||Te Marua Speedway||Jason Bunyan ( )||Simone Terenzani ( )||Craig Ramsay|
|2005||Awapundi Speedway||Jason Bunyan ( )||Glen Phillips ( )||Attila Stefani ( )|
|2006||Rosebank Speedway||Jason Bunyan ( )||Mattia Carpanese ( )||Daniele Tessari ( )|
|2007||Powerbuilt Speedway at Ruapuna Park||Andrew Bargh||Dale Finch||Jason Bunyan ( )|
|2008||Oreti Park Speedway||Jason Bunyan ( )||Larry Ross||Andrew Bargh|
|2009||Arena Manawatu||Jason Bunyan ( )||Jade Mudgway||Larry Ross|
|2010||Oreti Park Speedway||Jason Bunyan ( )||Grant Tregoning||Larry Ross|
|2011||Rosebank Speedway||Grant Tregoning||Jason Bunyan ( )||Ritchie Hawkins ( )|
|2012||Moore Park Speedway||Jason Bunyan ( )||Grant Tregoning||Dale Finch|
|2013||Rosebank Speedway||Jason Bunyan ( )||Dale Finch||Sean Mason|
|2013/14||Oreti Park Speedway||Jason Bunyan ( )||Grant Tregoning||Sean Mason|
|2014/15||Moore Park Speedway||James Sarjeant ( )||Hayden Sims||Dale Finch|
|2015/16||Rosebank Speedway||Jason Bunyan ( )||Bradley Wilson-Dean||Sean Mason|
|2016/17||Oreti Park Speedway||Bradley Wilson-Dean||Grant Tregoning||Dale Finch|
|2017/18||Moore Park Speedway||Bradley Wilson-Dean||Andrew Aldridge||Ryan Terry-Daley|
|2018/19||Rosebank Speedway||Bradley Wilson-Dean||Dylan Hancock||Ryan Terry-Daley|
|2020||Oreti Park Speedway||Bradley Wilson-Dean||Andrew Aldridge||Ryan Terry-Daley|
|2021||Moore Park Speedway||Ben Whalley||Andrew Aldridge||George Congreve|
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