|Born||12 October 1971|
|Current club information|
|1993-1996||Long Eaton Invaders|
|1997, 2008||Ipswich Witches|
|1998, 2007||KS Toruń (POL)|
|1998-2002, 2007||Oxford Cheetahs|
|2000-2002||Unia Leszno (POL)|
|2003||Belle Vue Aces|
|2006||Arena Essex Hammers|
|1993, 1996, 2004||WA State Champion|
|2001, 2007||Elite League Champion|
|2004||Italian League Champion|
|2007||Elite League KO Cup Winner|
|2007||Craven Shield Winner|
Steven Paul "Steve" Johnston (born 12 October 1971)is an Australian international motorcycle speedway rider. He has represented the Australian speedway team in two Speedway World Cup finals in 2004 and 2005.
Born in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Johnston won the Western Australian Individual Speedway Championship in 1993 and 1996 at the Claremont Speedway, and again in 2004 at the Bibra Lake Speedway. Both speedway's, located in Western Australia's state capital Perth, have since closed with Claremont closing in 2000 after 72 years (making it Australia's longest running speedway) and Bibra Lake closing in 2005.
He was part of the Oxford Cheetahs title winning team in 2001.
|2002||27th||7||11th||Wildcard in Australian Grand Prix|
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European Grasstrack Champion in 1996