Russian Individual Speedway Championship

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The Russian Individual Speedway Championship [1] is a Motorcycle speedway championship held each year to determine the Russian national champion. [2] Mikhail Starostin holds the record for the most titles with seven.

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Winners

YearWinner
1960 Igor Plekhanov
1961 Igor Plekhanov
1962 Igor Plekhanov
1963 Yuri Chekranov
1964 Leo Kraev
1965 Leo Kraev
1966 Farid Szajnurov
1967 Vladimir Kornev
1968 Vladimir Kornev
1969 Yury Dubinin
1970 Nikolay Aksenov
1971 Valery Gordeev
1972 Vladimir Gordeev
1973 Nikolai Kornev
1974 Victor Nikipelov
1975 Mikhail Starostin
1976 Vladimir Gordeev
1977 Valery Gordeev
1978 Sergey Denisov
1979 Alexander Miklashevskii
1980 Alexander Miklashevskii
1981 Mikhail Starostin
1982 Viktor Kuznetsov
1983 Reef Saitgareev
1984 Reef Saitgareev
1985 Mikhail Starostin
1986 Mikhail Starostin
1987 Mikhail Starostin
1988 Reef Saitgareev
1989 Rinat Mardanshin
1990 Mikhail Starostin
1991 Mikhail Starostin
1992 Sergey Kuzin
1993 Sergey Kuzin
1994 Oleg Kurguskin
1995 Reef Saitgareev
1996 Rinat Mardanshin
1997 Rinat Mardanshin
1998 Rinat Mardanshin
1999 Oleg Kurguskin
2000 Sergey Darkin
2001 Roman Povazhny
2002 Sergey Darkin
2003 Oleg Kurguskin
2004 Oleg Kurguskin
2005 Eugene Gomozov
2006 Renat Gafurov
2007 Denis Gizatullin
2008 Denis Gizatullin
2009 Renat Gafurov
2010 Artem Laguta
2011 Artem Laguta
2012 Grigory Laguta
2013 Grigory Laguta
2014 Grigory Laguta
2015 Andrey Kudryashov
2016 Grigory Laguta
2017 Andrey Kudryashov
2018 Andrey Kudryashov

The USSR Individual Speedway Championship was staged injunction with the Russian Individual Speedway Championship from 1959 to its dissolution in 1992.

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References

  1. http://www.speedwaychampions.com/national-champions-dupl.php
  2. Bott, Richard (1980). The Peter Collins Speedway Book No.4. Stanley Paul & Co Ltd. p. 101. ISBN   0-09-141751-1.