|Born||29 August 1973|
|Current club information|
|Polish league||Włókniarz Częstochowa|
|Swedish league||[Dackarna Malilla ]|
|1991–2001||NMK Sandnes & Jæren|
|1996||Morawski Zielona Gora|
|2010 , 2020||Częstochowa|
|Speedway Grand Prix statistics|
|1994, 1996, 1997, 2000||Norwegian Champion|
|2003, 2007||Polish Champion|
|1999, 2000||Nordic Champion|
|2009, 2011||Golden Helmet of Pardubice (CZE)|
|2008||Swedish Grand Prix|
|2010||Scandinavian Grand Prix|
|2005, 2007, 2010||World Cup Winner|
|2003||Polish Team Champion|
|2007||Polish Pairs Champion|
|1998, 1999, 2004, 2006, 2015||Swedish Elitserien Champion|
|1999, 2001||Danish League Champion|
|1999||Polish Div Two Champion|
Rune Holta (born 29 August 1973 in Stavanger, Norway) is a speedway rider. He grew up in Randaberg Norway,but has been a Polish citizen since 2002, allowing him to represent Poland in international competitions and was a member of their Speedway World Cup winning teams in 2005, 2007 & 2010. He has also won the Polish Championship in 2003 and 2007.
For his sport achievements, he received:
Golden Cross of Merit in 2007.
In 2020, he will be riding for Dackarna Malilla in the Swedish Elit League and for Włókniarz Częstochowa in the Polish Ekstraliga.
|2000||26th||8||9th||1 wild card ride|
|2005||20th||6||1 wild card ride|
|2006||–||–||–||Did not participate|
|Race no.||Grand Prix||Pos.||Pts.||Heats||Draw No|
|1 /11||Italian SGP||15||2||(X,0,X,2,0)||4|
|2 /11||European SGP||11||6||(1,F,2,3,X)||6|
|3 /11||Swedish SGP||6||9||(3,1,1,1,3) +0||1|
|4 /11||Danish SGP||12||5||(0,2,3,F,0)||4|
|5 /11||British SGP||11||5||(3,1,E,1,0)||7|
|6 /11||Czech Rep. SGP||3||16||(1,2,3,2,3) +3 +1||11|
|7 /11||Scandinavian SGP||11||5||(0,0,1,1,3)||10|
|8 /11||Latvian SGP||10||7||(1,1,2,3,0)||16|
|9 /11||Polish SGP||6||10||(0,3,2,2,3) +0||11|
|10 /11||Slovenian SGP||3||17||(2,3,3,3,2) +2 +1||13|
|11 /11||German SGP||6||10||(1,2,3,1,2) +1||15|
|Race no.||Grand Prix||Pos.||Pts.||Heats||Draw No|
|1 /11||Slovenian SGP||13||5||(3,1,0,1,0)||1|
|2 /11||European SGP|
|3 /11||Swedish SGP|
|4 /11||Danish SGP|
|5 /11||British SGP|
|6 /11||Czech Rep. SGP|
|7 /11||Scandinavian SGP|
|8 /11||Latvian SGP|
|9 /11||Polish SGP|
|10 /11||Italian SGP|
|11 /11||German SGP|
|permanent speedway rider|
|wild card, track reserve or qualified reserve|
|rider not classified (track reserve who did not start)|
In 2007 Holta survived a plane crash with fellow rider Tomasz Gollob. The plane, flown by Władysław Gollob, crashed on the way to a meeting at Tarnów. Holta escaped with cuts and bruises.
On his official website, Holta stated "In spite of the circumstance I'm doing OK but I'm very shaken. We have been very lucky, and I'm just glad that I'm still alive."
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Speedway is one of the most popular sports in Poland. The Polish Extraleague has the highest average attendances for any sport in Poland. The first meetings in Poland were held in the 1930s.
The 2008 Speedway Grand Prix of Slovenia was the first race of the 2008 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on April 26 at the Matija Gubec Stadium in Krško, Slovenia.
The 2008 Speedway Grand Prix of Sweden is the third race of the 2008 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on 24 May in the Ullevi Stadium in Göteborg, Sweden It is the fourth time that the Ullevi Stadium has staged a GP, the last time being the 2004 Grand Prix of Scandinavia. At 416 metres, the semi-permanent track is the largest track on the 2008 Grand Prix calendar, and the longest ever used for a Grand Prix event.
The 2008 Speedway Grand Prix of Denmark will be the fourth race of the 2008 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on June 14 in the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The 2008 Speedway Grand Prix of Germany was the eleventh and closing race of the 2008 Speedway Grand Prix season. It was scheduled to take place on 11 October 2008, in the Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen, Germany. However, the meeting was cancelled because the track (temporary) was deemed unsafe by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM) jury due to adverse weather conditions. The event was re-staged at the Polonia Stadium, Bydgoszcz, Poland, on the 18 October and was renamed the 2008 FIM Final Speedway Grand Prix. The Grand Prix was won by Polish rider Tomasz Gollob, who also won the 2008 Super Prix.
The Super Prix was an event introduced by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), and Speedway Grand Prix organsisers, Benfield Sports International, to the 2008 Speedway Grand Prix series offering an additional prize fund of US$200,000 to the Grand Prix riders. Four Super Prix events were held at four rounds of the Grand Prix season, with the winner of each of the four events qualifying for the Super Prix Final. The Super Prix final was won by Polish rider Tomasz Gollob.
The 2009 FIM Speedway European World Championship Grand Prix was the second race of the 2009 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on 9 May 2009, in the Alfred Smoczyk Stadium in Leszno, Poland.
The 2009 FIM Speedway World Championship Grand Prix of Sweden will be the third race of the 2009 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on 30 May 2009, in the Ullevi Stadium in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The 2009 FIM Speedway World Championship Grand Prix of Denmark was the fourth race of the 2009 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took take place on 13 June 2009 in the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The 2009 FIM Speedway World Championship Grand Prix of Great Britain was the fifth race of the 2009 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on 27 June 2009 in the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Great Britain.
The 2009 FIM Speedway World Championship Grand Prix of Latvia was the sixth race of the 2009 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on 1 August in the Latvijas Spidveja Centrs in Daugavpils, Latvia.
The 2009 FIM Speedway World Championship Grand Prix of Poland was the eleventh and a last race of the 2009 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on 17 October in the Polonia Stadium in Bydgoszcz, Poland.
The 11th Edward Jancarz Memorial was the 2008 version of the Edward Jancarz Memorial. It took place on 21 June in the Stal Gorzów Stadium in Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland. The Memorial was won by Jason Crump who beat Nicki Pedersen, Krzysztof Kasprzak and Tomasz Gollob in the final.
The 2010 FIM Toruń Speedway Grand Prix of Poland was the fifth race of the 2010 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on 19 June at the MotoArena Toruń in Toruń, Poland.
The 2010 FIM PGE Polska Grupa Energetyczna Speedway World Cup Event 1 was the first race of the 2010 Speedway World Cup season. It took place on 25 July 2010 at the Edward Jancarz Stadium in Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland.
The 2011 Speedway Grand Prix of Great Britain, also known as the 2011 FIM Doodson British Speedway Grand Prix for sponsorship reasons, was the fifth race of the 2011 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on 25 June at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Great Britain.
The 2011 Enea Toruń FIM Speedway Grand Prix of Poland was the eighth race of the 2011 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on April 27 at the MotoArena Toruń stadium in Toruń, Poland.
The FIM Gorzow Speedway Grand Prix of Poland was the eleventh and final race of the 2011 Speedway Grand Prix season. It took place on October 8 at the Edward Jancarz Stadium in Gorzów Wielkopolski, Poland.
|2011 Speedway Grand Prix riders|