The only Yearbook which covers the top-level Speedway facts, results and stats in full detail.

What is in the Speedway Yearbook 2020

The second edition of the Speedway Yearbook brings you World and Euro championship meetings (SGP, SoN, SEC, World U21 and SGP Qualifiers) in colourful details. The top leagues, Polish Ekstraliga and Swedish Elitserien are also included with full details.

Unfortunately, the Coronavirus pandemic washed away the British and Danish league. But we added results from the Polish eWinner 1. Liga and Individual championships from Australia, Czech Rep., Denmark, Great Britain, Poland, Russia, Sweden, France, Italy and Slovenia.

At the end the TOP 200 RIDERS RANKING is compiled out of every meeting/point scored.

140 Pages in Color

This A4 colour softback edition includes detailed results and rider appearances in a uniform format.

Heat Times

Highlighted fastest and slowest time of the meeting, calculated average meeting Heat time compared with the track record.

Gate Statistics

Gate race win statistics and average points for each gate for all meetings. A graph analysis shows how the gates perform between each grading brakes. These statistic were done for all individual championships and SoN.

Lap by Lap Results

The Speedway Yearbook includes world championship (SGP, SoN, SEC and some others) lap by lap rider positions. Along with calculations on the number of overtakes per meeting, and who was the rider who gained (or lost) the most on the track.

The unusual 2020 Season is behind us, but championship titles and results still count for the history books

The 2020 Speedway Yearbook gives you an organised statistical overview on the season. With easy to read format & chronologically ordered races it's perfect for any speedway fan to have it on the bookshelf.

Correct Rider Names / Heat Times / Gate Colours

The names and last names of all the riders mentioned in this yearbook were double-checked to be correct. All official and unofficial Heat times are included with a colour dot beside each rider, indicating his start gate position.

Weather and Race Duration Info

More than 95% of meetings include weather info, temperature, and humidity at the start and the end of the meeting. Weather is gathered from the website and is taken from the nearest weather station. Exact start time of the first and last heat is stated.

Gate Win Stats / Average Meeting Speed / Passing Index

Each meeting includes detailed gate stats, with race win info and average points per gate. The SGP, SoN, World U21, SEC, SGP Qualifiers and other national Individual meetings also include graph analysis on gate performance between each grading brake. The book points out the fastest and slowest meetings and racetracks with the average meeting speed calculations. The SGP, SoN, SEC, SGP Qualifiers and British Individual sections also include rider positions for each lap, and consequently the calculated number of overtakes per meeting, along with the riders who gained (and lost) the most on the track.

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“ The winner ain't the one with the fastest bike, it's the one who refuses to lose."
- Dale Earnhardt


1 Bartosz Zmarzlik POL 0
2 Emil Sayfutdinov RUS 0
3 Tai Woffinden GBR 22
4 Leon Madsen DEN -1
5 Artem Laguta RUS 7
6 Maciej Janowski POL 18
7 Fredrik Lindgren SWE 1
8 Martin Vaculík SVK -3
9 Max Fricke AUS 0
10 Jason Doyle AUS -6
11 Robert Lambert GBR 8
12 Matej Žagar SLO -2
13 Gleb Chugunov RUS 35
14 Nicki Pedersen DEN -1
15 Mikkel Michelsen DEN -8
16 Anders Thomsen DEN 5
17 Piotr Protasiewicz POL 41
18 Patryk Dudek POL 2
19 Niels-Kristian Iversen DEN -13
20 Grigorij Laguta RUS -4
21 Václav Milík CZE 16
22 Szymon Woźniak POL 53
23 Antonio Lindbäck SWE 6
24 Kenneth Bjerre DEN -7
25 Jack Holder AUS 13
26 Bartosz Smektała POL -15
27 Piotr Pawlicki POL -9
28 Oliver Berntzon SWE 23
29 Janusz Kołodziej POL -7
30 Chris Holder AUS -4
31 Rune Holta POL 57
32 Nicolai Klindt DEN 8
33 Jarosław Hampel POL -1
34 Jaimon Lidsey AUS 8
35 Rohan Tungate AUS 79
36 Timo Lahti FIN 53
37 Jonas Jeppesen DEN 6
38 Paweł Przedpełski POL 3
39 Michael Jepsen Jensen DEN -25
40 Maksym Drabik POL -25
41 Rafał Karczmarz POL 54
42 Krzysztof Kasprzak POL -7
43 Dominik Kubera POL -20
44 Viktor Trofimov POL 64
45 Brady Kurtz AUS -6
46 Paweł Miesiąc POL -1
47 Kim Nilsson SWE 16
48 Mateusz Tonder POL 129
49 Vadim Tarasenko RUS 213
50 Pontus Aspgren SWE -1

Every meeting/point scored is waged according to the strength of the start list. Every league is also weighted differently, depending on the strength of their top 10 by average. Tapes offences, exclusions, and non-finishers are given a negative average, also riders with fewer heats/meetings are scraped of their averages accordingly. In the end, the top rider is given a score of 100% and the rest are scored according to him. In no way is this ranking official, it is nearly an attempt to rank riders out of the different leagues, etc ...

The full ranked list of 200 riders can be seen in the Yearbook.