Silver Helmet (Poland)

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2007 Silver Helmet Winner Marcin Jędrzejewski.

The Silver Helmet (Polish : Turniej o Srebrny Kask, SK) is an annual speedway event held each year organized by the Polish Motor Union (PZM) since 1966.

Final Meeting held in PC Team U-21 3rd from last season.

Previous winners

YearVenueWinners2nd place3rd place
1966 3 events: Leszno, Częstochowa, Bydgoszcz Zygfryd Friedek
Kolejarz Opole
Wiktor Jastrzębski
Włókniarz Częstochowa
Henryk Glücklich
Polonia Bydgoszcz
1967 5 events: Toruń, Lublin, Gdańsk, Opole, Tarnów Edward Jancarz
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Zygfryd Friedek
Kolejarz Opole
Bogdan Szuluk
Stal Toruń
1968 5 events: Częstochowa, Gorzów Wlkp., Łódź, Leszno, Gdańsk Piotr Bruzda
Sparta Wrocław
Stanisław Kasa
Polonia Bydgoszcz
Ryszard Dziatkowski
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
1969 5 events: Gniezno, Opole, Zielona Góra, Gorzów Wlkp., Leszno Jerzy Szczakiel
Kolejarz Opole
Marek Cieślak
Włókniarz Częstochowa
Ryszard Dziatkowski
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
1970 6 events: Zielona Góra, Rzeszów, Leszno, Chorzów, Grudziądz, Gdańsk Zbigniew Marcinkowski
Zgrzeblarki Zielona Góra
Paweł Protasiewicz
Zgrzeblarki Zielona Góra
Leszek Marsz
Wybrzeże Gdańsk
YearVenueWinners2nd place3rd place
1971 6 events: Gdańsk, Toruń, Częstochowa, Lublin, Zielona Góra, Rzeszów Zenon Plech Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Grzegorz Kuźniar Stal Rzeszów
Zbigniew Marcinkowski Zgrzeblarki Zielona Góra
1972 8 events: Gniezno, Lublin, Łódź, Gdańsk, Leszno, Toruń, Tarnów, Rzeszów Andrzej Tkocz
ROW Rybnik
Bernard Jąder
Unia Leszno
Zygmunt Słowiński
Sparta Wrocław
1973 8 events: Łódź, Tarnów, Zielona Góra, Gniezno, Lublin, Częstochowa, Rzeszów, Wrocław Zbigniew Filipiak
Falubaz Zielona Góra
Bogusław Nowak
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Piotr Pyszny
ROW Rybnik
1974 4 events: Leszno, Rybnik, Gdańsk, Rzeszów Gerard Stach
Kolejarz Opole
Jerzy Rembas
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Marian Witelus
Kolejarz Opole
1975 8 events: Łódź, Gniezno, Chorzów, Zielona Góra, Lublin, Toruń, Rzeszów, Tarnów Bolesław Proch
Falubaz Zielona Góra
Ryszard Fabiszewski
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Eugeniusz Błaszak
Start Gniezno
1976 2 events: Ruda Śląska, Zielona Góra Mariusz Okoniewski
Unia Leszno
Roman Jankowski
Unia Leszno
Andrzej Huszcza
Falubaz Zielona Góra
1977 2 events: Ruda Śląska, Lublin Andrzej Huszcza
Falubaz Zielona Góra
Mariusz Okoniewski
Unia Leszno
Kazimierz Adamczak
Unia Leszno
1978 Opole Andrzej Huszcza
Falubaz Zielona Góra
Henryk Olszak
Falubaz Zielona Góra
Andrzej Marynowski
Wybrzeże Gdańsk
1979 Zielona Góra Roman Jankowski
Unia Leszno
Marek Towalski
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Andrzej Huszcza
Falubaz Zielona Góra
1980 Zielona Góra Maciej Jaworek
Falubaz Zielona Góra
Marek Kępa
Motor Lublin
Wojciech Żabiałowicz
Apator Toruń
YearVenueWinners2nd place3rd place
1981 Toruń Mirosław Berliński
Wybrzeże Gdańsk
Herbert Karwat
Kolejarz Opole
Maciej Jaworek
Falubaz Zielona Góra
1982 Rybnik Maciej Jaworek
Falubaz Zielona Góra
Wojciech Załuski
Kolejarz Opole
Andrzej Gąbka
Motor Lublin
1983 Toruń Wojciech Załuski
Kolejarz Opole
Krzysztof Grzelak
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Zenon Kasprzak
Unia Leszno
1984 Lublin Ryszard Dołomisiewicz
Polonia Bydgoszcz
Wojciech Załuski
Kolejarz Opole
Ryszard Gabrych
Polonia Bydgoszcz
1985 2 events: Tarnów, Rzeszów Ryszard Franczyszyn
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Sławomir Dudek
Falubaz Zielona Góra
Ryszard Dołomisiewicz
Polonia Bydgoszcz
1986 2 events: Zielona Góra, Gorzów Wlkp. Ryszard Dołomisiewicz
Polonia Bydgoszcz
Piotr Świst
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Zbigniew Krakowski
Unia Leszno
1987 2 events: Bydgoszcz, Gniezno Ryszard Dołomisiewicz
Polonia Bydgoszcz
Cezary Owiżyc
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Piotr Glücklich
Polonia Bydgoszcz
1988 2 events: Ostrów Wlkp., Opole Jarosław Olszewski
Wybrzeże Gdańsk
Waldemar Cieślewicz
Polonia Bydgoszcz
Jacek Gomólski
Polonia Bydgoszcz
1989 2 events: Częstochowa, Rybnik Piotr Świst
Stal Gorzów Wlkp.
Tomasz Gollob
Wybrzeże Gdańsk
Jarosław Szymkowiak
Falubaz Zielona Góra
1990 Zielona Góra Tomasz Gollob
Polonia Bydgoszcz
Jarosław Szymkowiak
Falubaz Zielona Góra
Jarosław Olszewski
Wybrzeże Gdańsk
YearVenueWinners2nd place3rd place
1991 2 events: Świętochłowice, Opole Jacek Rempała
Unia-Rolnicki Tarnów
Andrzej Zarzecki
Morawski Zielona Góra
Robert Sawina
Apator Toruń
1992 Grudziądz Tomasz Gollob
Polonia Bydgoszcz
Tomasz Bajerski
Apator Toruń
Robert Sawina
Apator Toruń
1993 Machowa Tomasz Kruk
Morawski Zielona Góra
Mirosław Cierniak
Unia Tarnów
Piotr Winiarz
Stal Rzeszów
1994 Gorzów Wlkp. Piotr Baron
Sparta-Polsat Wrocław
Robert Flis
Stal-Brunat Gorzów Wlkp.
Tomasz Świątkiewicz
Apator-Elektrim Toruń
1995 Toruń Rafał Dobrucki
Polonia Piła
Sebastian Ułamek
Włókniarz Częstochowa
Waldemar Walczak
Polonia Piła
1996 Zielona Góra Wiesław Jaguś
Apator-DGG Toruń
Piotr Protasiewicz
Atlas-Polsat Wrocław
Rafał Dobrucki
Polonia-Philips Piła
1997 Leszno Rafał Dobrucki
Polonia-Philips Piła
Rafał Okoniewski
Polonia-Philips Piła
Grzegorz Walasek
ZKŻ Polmos Zielona Góra
1998 Leszno Rafał Okoniewski
Polonia Piła
Krzysztof Cegielski
Pergo Gorzów Wlkp.
Krzysztof Jabłoński
Trilux-Start Gniezno
1999 Grudziądz Mariusz Franków
Ludwik-Polonia Piła
Mariusz Węgrzyk
Atlas Wrocław
Tomasz Cieślewicz
Pergo Gorzów Wlkp.
2000 Toruń Jarosław Hampel
Ludwik-Polonia Piła
Mariusz Węgrzyk
Atlas Wrocław
Tomasz Chrzanowski
Apator-Netia Toruń
YearVenueWinners2nd place3rd place
2001 Zielona Góra Rafał Okoniewski
Pergo Gorzów Wlkp.
Jarosław Hampel
BGŻ S.A.-Polonia Piła
Dawid Kujawa
ZKŻ Polmos Zielona Góra
2002 Rybnik Krzysztof Kasprzak
Unia Leszno
Rafał Kurmański
ZKŻ Quick-Mix Zielona Góra
Karol Baran
Jasol Rzeszów
2003 Bydgoszcz Robert Miśkowiak
Polonia Piła
Janusz Kołodziej
Unia Tarnów
Tomasz Gapiński
Polonia Piła
2004 Zielona Góra Adrian Miedziński
Apator-Adriana Toruń
Zbigniew Suchecki
ZKŻ Quick-mix Zielona Góra
Łukasz Romanek
RKM Rybnik
2005 Tarnów Janusz Kołodziej
Unia Tarnów
Paweł Miesiąc
Marma Polskie Folie Rzeszów
Marcin Rempała
Unia Tarnów
2006 Zielona Góra Karol Ząbik
Adriana Toruń
Ronnie Jamroży
Atlas Wrocław
Adrian Gomólski
Fular Gniezno
2007 Rybnik Marcin Jędrzejewski
Polonia Bydgoszcz
Grzegorz Zengota
ZKŻ Kronopol Zielona Góra
Adrian Gomólski
Start Gniezno
2008 Rzeszów Maciej Janowski
Atlas Wrocław
Grzegorz Zengota
ZKŻ Kronopol Zielona Góra
Patryk Pawlaszczyk
RKM Rybnik
2009 Częstochowa Grzegorz Zengota
Falubaz Zielona Góra
Maciej Janowski
Atlas Wrocław
Sławomir Musielak
Unia Leszno
2010 Leszno
YearVenueWinners2nd place3rd place

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