2017 Mitas Czech Republic FIM Speedway Grand Prix

Round 4 - Marketa Stadium

Date: Sat 10th June 2017
Capacity: 7,500
Track Length: 353 metres
Track Record Time: 62.33s
Track Record: Tai Woffinden 18.05.2013
WILD CARD #16: Vaclav Milik
RESERVE #17: Josef Franc
RESERVE #18: Matej Kus
REFEREE: Craig Ackroyd

2016 Winner

Jason Doyle

Jason Doyle



More Information

Friday 9 June
16:00 - Official Draw
16:30 - Stadium Opens for Fans (Entry Fee - 100 CZK. Under 14s Free)
17:00 - Practice

Saturday 10 June

16:30 - Stadium Opens for Fans

16:30 - Monster Energy Rig Riot

17:15 - SGP Official Autograph Session

- Greg Hancock

- Jason Doyle

- Maciej Janowski

- Valclav Milik
18:48 - Opening Ceremony
19:04 - 1st Heat of the 2017 Mitas Czech Republic FIM Speedway Grand Prix

Timings subject to change.

Address & Contact Details

Autoklub Marketa

U Vojtesky 11


Praha 6

Czech Republic


Tel: +420 233 358 487

Fax: +420 220 510 134



Venue Facilities Fully equipped press room, food and beverage outlets.

Did you know?

The first Czech Republic FIM Speedway Grand Prix was held in Prague on 17 May 1997, the winner was 2014 World Champion Greg Hancock, who went on to win his first title that year. The Marketa Stadium in Prague is the only venue ever used for the Czech Republic FIM Speedway Grand Prix and in 2016 hosted its twentieth annual Czech Republic FIM Speedway Grand Prix in 2016.

Directions: Stadium Marketa can be found in the north-west part of Prague, just above the Brevnov Monastry, in a quiet residential area of Brevnov - Prague 6, about 20 minutes via public transport from the city centre. From City Center to Speedway in 15 minutes The newly opened section of the metro line A makes Speedway fans' travels around Prague much easier. Travelling from Wenceslas Square to Petriny takes only twelve minutes these days, with no further need of transfer. The line A heading to the Nemocnice Motol terminal. Marketa Stadium is located in the district of Petriny, therefore it is necessary to get off at a stop of the very same name. Most people would be heading towards the escalators but the speedway fans should aim for the elevators at the opposite side of the platform. Those would bring up the spectators to Brunclikova Street, which leads right to Marketa. It is approximately three-minute walk between the metro and the stadium. There is also a direct bus connection to the stadium, bus No. 191 from the airport. Nad Marketoubus stop is right next to the stadium. The stadium is also still accessible by tram. Trams No. 22 and No. 25 run to Vypich, whilst No.1 and No.18 go to Petriny. From the airport: Prague Airport. Take bus No. 191 directly from Airport (approx 20mins).

By car: Motorway D5 (E50) from Plzen (Pilsen) Exit: 1/23 (E48) to left Chomutov, Praha. Repy Airport, after 2kms (Exit 26) turn off to right Praha Repy Centrum straight ahead Centrum Brevnov, on 5th lights left.