Norwegian Individual Speedway Championship

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The Individual Speedway Norwegian Championship is an annual speedway event held each year organized by the Norges Motorsportforbund (NMF). The first championship was held in 1938 in Trondheim and saw Ragnar C. Erichsen as winner. Lars Gunnestad has won the highest number of championships with ten victories between 1988 and 2003

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Previous winners

The list is incomplete

YearVenueWinners2nd place3rd place
1938 Trondheim Ragnar C. Erichsen
NMK Oslo
Leiv Samsing
NMK Oslo
Harald Wiik Hansen
NMK Oslo
1939 Trondheim Sverre Gjølmesli
NMK Trondheim
 ? ?
1940 ? Leif "Basse" Hveem
NMK Oslo
Harald Wiik Hansen
NMK Oslo
Leiv Samsing
NMK Oslo
1941-1945No championship held---
1946 Tempebanen, Trondheim Leiv Samsing
NMK Oslo
Harald Wiik Hansen
NMK Oslo
Edvin Fredriksen
NMK Drammen
1947 Lisleby, Fredrikstad Leif "Basse" Hveem
NMK Oslo
Henry Andersen
NMK Oslo
Sverre Gjølmesli
NMK Trondheim
1948 Dælenenga idrettspark, Oslo [1] Leif "Basse" Hveem
NMK Oslo
Leiv Samsing
NMK Oslo
Werner "Gnomen" Lorentzen
NMK Oslo
1949 Jessheim Leif "Basse" Hveem
NMK Oslo
Thorleif Andreassen
NMK Oslo
Odd Samsing
NMK Oslo
1950 Tønsberg Stadion, Tønsberg Henry Andersen
NMK Oslo
Leif "Basse" Hveem
NMK Oslo
Sverre Gjølmesli
NMK Trondheim
1951 Sandnes Stadion, Sandnes Leif "Basse" Hveem
NMK Oslo
Henry Andersen
NMK Oslo
Werner "Gnomen" Lorentzen
NMK Oslo
1952 Rosenborg Stadion, Trondheim Leif "Basse" Hveem
NMK Oslo
Henry Andersen
NMK Oslo
Reidar Kristoffersen
NMK Oslo
1953 Rosenborg Stadion, Trondheim Leif "Basse" Hveem
NMK Oslo
Reidar Kristoffersen
NMK Oslo
Sverre Gjølmesli
NMK Trondheim
1954 Hamar Reidar Kristoffersen
NMK Oslo
Rolf Westerberg
NMK Oslo
Nils Kristian Paulsen
NMK Romerike
1955Cancelled due to bad weather, Lillehammer---
1956 Geiteryggen, Skien [2] Aage Hansen
NMK Oslo
Rolf Westerberg
NMK Oslo
Reidar Kristoffersen
NMK Oslo
1957 Tønsberg Stadion, Tønsberg Aage Hansen
NMK Oslo
Reidar Kristoffersen
NMK Oslo
Arne Kristiansen
NMK Oslo
1958 Dælenenga idrettspark, Oslo [3] Aage Hansen
NMK Oslo
Nils Kristian Paulsen
NMK Oslo
Reidar Kristoffersen
NMK Oslo
1959 Geiteryggen, Skien [4] Aage Hansen
NMK Oslo
Rolf Westerberg
NMK Oslo
Torbjørn Nygaard
NMK Grenland
1960 Kristiansand Aage Hansen
NMK Romerike
Øystein Mellerud
NMK Oslo
Sverre Harrfeldt
NMK Oslo
1961 Krohnsminde Stadion, Bergen [5] Aage Hansen
NMK Oslo
Sverre Harrfeldt
NMK Oslo
Reidar Kristoffersen
NMK Oslo
1962 Marienlyst Stadion, Drammen [6] Sverre Harrfeldt
NMK Oslo
Aage Hansen
NMK Oslo
Jon Ødegaard
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1963 [7] Kadettangen, Bærum [8] Aage Hansen
NMK Oslo
Sverre Harrfeldt
Asker & Bærum
Nils Kr. Paulsen
NMK Oslo
1964 [9] Kadettangen, Bærum Sverre Harrfeldt
NMK Oslo
Nils Kristian Paulsen
NMK Oslo
Per J. Aulie
NMK Oslo
1965 Dælenenga idrettspark, Oslo Sverre Harrfeldt
NMK Oslo
Per J. Aulie
NMK Oslo
Johnny Faafeng
NMK Kristiansand
1966 [10] Dælenenga idrettspark, Oslo Sverre Harrfeldt
NMK Oslo
Reidar Eide
NMK Sandnes og Jæren
Per J. Aulie
NMK Oslo
1967 Sandnes Stadion, Sandnes Reidar Eide
NMK Stavanger
Øyvind S. Berg
NMK Oslo
Odd Fossengen
NMK Oslo
1968 Idrettsparken, Kongsberg Reidar Eide
NMK Stavanger
Øyvind S. Berg
NMK Oslo
Per J. Aulie
NMK Oslo
1969 Krohnsminde, Bergen Reidar Eide
NMK Stavanger
Øyvind S. Berg
NMK Oslo
Edgar Stangeland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1970 Geiteryggen, Skien Reidar Eide
NMK Stavanger
Ulf Lövaas
NMK Tønsberg
Svein Harald Kaasa
NMK Grenland
1971 Sandnes Stadion, Sandnes Reidar Eide
NMK Stavanger
Dag Lövaas
NMK Tønsberg
Svein Harald Kaasa
NMK Grenland
1972 Motorstadion, Sandefjord Ulf Lövaas
NMK Tønsberg
Dag Lövaas
NMK Tønsberg
Odd Fossengen
NMK Oslo
1973 Geiteryggen, Skien Dag Lövaas
NMK Tønsberg
Edgar Stangeland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Kjell Gimre
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1974 Idrettslunden, Nærbø Dag Lövaas
NMK Tønsberg
Edgar Stangeland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Ulf Lövaas
NMK Tønsberg
1975 Geiteryggen, Skien Jan Terje Gravningen
NMK Kongsberg
Helge Langli
NMK Grenland
Audun Ove Olsen
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1976 Idrettslunden, Nærbø Edgar Stangeland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Øyvind S. Berg
NMK Oslo
Helge Langli
NMK Grenland
1977 Geiteryggen, Skien Audun Ove Olsen
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Øyvind S. Berg
NMK Oslo
Stein Roar Pedersen
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1978 Idrettslunden, Nærbø Kjell Gimre
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Audun Ove Olsen
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Trond Helge Skretting
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1979 Geiteryggen, Skien Audun Ove Olsen
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Jørn Haugvaldstad
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Toralf Holen
NMK Grenland
1980 Idrettslunden, Nærbø Dag Håland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Geir Aasland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Toralf Holen
NMK Grenland
1981 Geiteryggen, Skien Audun Ove Olsen
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Dag Håland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Geir Aasland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1982 Elgane, Varhaug Trond Helge Skretting
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Geir Aasland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Sigvart Pedersen
NMK Sarpsborg
1983 Geiteryggen, Skien Dag Håland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Roy Otto
Elgane MK
Tormod Langli
NMK Grenland
1984 Elgane, Varhaug Einar Kyllingstad
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Tormod Langli
NMK Grenland
Kurt Ueland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1985 Frogner, Oslo Einar Kyllingstad
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Ingvar Skogland
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Roy Otto
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1986 Geiteryggen, Skien Arne Svendsen
NMK Oslo
Arnt Førland
NMK Sarpsborg
Robert Langeland
NMK Drammen
1987 Elgane, Varhaug Tor Einar Hielm
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Arnt Førland
NMK Sarpsborg
Jan Arild Slatta
NMK Drammen
1988 Vinsvoll, Lier Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Tor Einar Hielm
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Arnt Førland
NMK Oslo
1989 Frogner, Oslo Arnt Førland
NMK Oslo
Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Robert Langeland
NMK Drammen
1990 Elgane, Varhaug Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Kjell Øyvind Sola
Elgane MK
Willy Tjessem
NMK Stavanger
1991 Geiteryggen, Skien Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Einar Kyllingstad
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Rune Holta
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1992 Elgane, Varhaug Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Arnt Førland
NMK Oslo
Rune Holta
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1993 Geiteryggen, Skien Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Einar Kyllingstad
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Rune Holta
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
1994 Riska speedway, Hommersåk Rune Holta
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Arnt Førland
NMK Oslo
Tor Einar Hielm
Riska MK
1995 Vinsvoll, Lier Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Rune Holta
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Arnt Førland
NMK Oslo
1996Series of 4 rounds (Riska, Rudskogen, Geiteryggen, Elgane) Rune Holta
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Trygve Jensen
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Kjell H. Tønnessen
Riska MSK
1997Series of 3 rounds (Konnerud, Elgane, Basserudåsen) Rune Holta
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Bernt Enge Larsen
NMK Oslo
Kenneth Borgenhaug
NMK Drammen
1998Series of 4 rounds (Riska, Elgane, Basserudåsen, Lunner) Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Kjell H. Tønnessen
Riska MK
Kenneth Borgenhaug
NMK Drammen
1999 Elgane, Varhaug Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Rune Holta
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Bjørn G. Hansen
NMK Drammen
2000 Lunner, Oslo Rune Holta
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Kjell H. Tønnessen
Riska MK
2001 Elgane, Varhaug Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Rune Holta
NMK Sandnes & Jæren
Bjørn G. Hansen
NMK Drammen
2002 Elgane, Varhaug Mikke Bjerk
MSK Riska
Rune Sola
Riska MK
Bjørn G. Hansen
NMK Oslo
2003 Basserudåsen, Kongsberg Lars Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Bjørn G. Hansen
NMK Oslo
Marius Røkeberg
NMK Drammen
2004 Riska Speedway, Hommersåk Arnt Førland
Elgane MK
Rune Sola
Riska MK
Mikke Bjerk
Elgane MK
2005 Vinsvoll, Lier Arnt Førland
Elgane MK
Mikke Bjerk
Elgane MK
Marius Røkeberg
NMK Drammen
2006 Elgane, Varhaug Rune Sola
Riska MK
Mikke Bjerk
Elgane MK
Carl Johan Raugstad
Riska MK
2007 Geiteryggen, Skien Rune Sola
Riska MSK
Carl Johan Raugstad
Riska MSK
Marius Røkeberg
NMK Drammen
2008 Elgane, Varhaug Rune Sola
Riska MSK
Carl Johan Raugstad
Riska MSK
Mikke Bjerk
Elgane MK
2009 Lunner, Oslo [11] Rune Sola
Riska MK
Henrik Bauer Hansen
Oslo MK
Inge Bjerk
Elgane MK
2010 Riska speedway, Hommersåk Rune Sola
Riska MSK
Carl Johan Raugstad
Riska MSK
Lars Daniel Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
2011 Vinsvoll, Lier Lars Daniel Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Thomas Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Mikke Bjerk
Elgane MK
2012 Sørlandsparken, Kristiansand Thomas Gunnestad
NMK Drammen
Mikke Bjerk
Elgane MK
Pierre Moen
NMK Kristiansand
2013 Geiteryggen, Skien Mikke Bjerk
Elgane MK
Rune Sola
Riska MSK
Patrick Herold
Riska MSK
2014 Riska speedway, Hommersåk Mikke Bjerk
Elgane MK
Rune Sola
Riska MSK
Carl Johan Raugstad
Riska MSK
2015 Elgane, Varhaug Mikke Bjerk
Elgane MK
Glenn Moi
Elgane MK
Rune Sola
Riska MSK
2016 Sørlandsparken, Kristiansand Glenn Moi
Elgane MK
Carl Johan Raugstad
Riska MSK
Jarle Skjæveland
Riska MSK
2017 Mjøsa speedway, Brummunddal Glenn Moi
Elgane MK
Truls Kamhaug
Oslo MK
Jarle Skjæveland
Grenland MSK
2018 Lunner, Oslo Lasse Fredriksen
Elgane MK
Glenn Moi
Elgane MSK
Truls Kamhaug
Oslo MK
2019 Geiteryggen, Skien Glenn Moi
Elgane MK
Lasse Fredriksen
Elgane MSK
Truls Kamhaug
Oslo MK
2020 Lunner, Oslo Matthias Pollestad
Riska MSK
Lasse Fredriksen
Elgane MK
Glenn Moi
Elgane MSK
2021 Elgane, Varhaug
YearVenueWinners2nd place3rd place

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