It's two months since Bartosz Zmarzlik made history!\n\nHere's the moment he became Poland's third speedway world champion.
Just two riders? No problem!\n\nWatch Maciej Janowski and Fredrik Lindgren battle it out in the ultimate match race at the 2017 Danish SGP in Horsens.
Wait for it! Leon Madsen chases down Freddie Lindgren and Artem Laguta for an epic Betard Wroclaw SGP race win.
Russia's Artem Laguta took the win, but all the action was for second place as British champ Charles Wright took the fight to Niels-Kristian Iversen.
Watch Betard Wroclaw SGP finalists Janusz Kołodziej and Bartosz Zmarzlik battle it out in this heat-3 thriller at the Olympic Stadium last summer.
Relive one of Tai Woffinden's best Adrian Flux British SGP rides as he hunted down Greg Hancock for this epic race win in 2015!
Sit back and enjoy one of the rides of SGP 2019 as Aussie shooting star Max Fricke reached his first FIM Speedway Grand Prix final at the Norrbil Swedish SGP in Hallstavik.
He's on 99 FIM Speedway Grand Prix heat wins. We rewind to the 2012 Torun SGP and Maciej Janowski's first-ever SGP race win.
Relive the moment FIM Speedway Grand Prix great Tomasz Gollob crowned his 7-ride maximum to win the first-ever Torun SGP in 2010 - and lead a Polish 1-2-3.
We rewind to 2018 and the moment Tai Woffinden became Great Britain's first triple world champion at the Torun SGP.
Poland's Bartosz Zmarzlik leads the world title race by 7 points going into the Revline Torun SGP on October 5.\n\nWe rewind to the night he made history as the youngest FIM Speedway Grand Prix winner aged 19 years and 140 days in Gorzow in 2014.
Take a look back at the moment Britain's Robert Lambert worked overtime to get the better of FIM Speedway Grand Prix title contender Leon Madsen at the Adrian Flux British SGP last Saturday.
We rewind to the ultimate British SGP final in 2007 as Chris 'Bomber' Harris raced from last to first and into FIM Speedway Grand Prix folklore.
We rewind to SGP 2010 and Tai Woffinden's first British SGP heat win.\n\nOh, and a Danish dust-up between Hans Andersen and Nicki Pedersen.
We rewind to Cardiff 2003 and the night Nicki Pedersen won the British SGP on the way to his first FIM Speedway Grand Prix world title.
We rewind to one of the great FIM Speedway Grand Prix wins in Vojens.\n\nEnjoy the moment Tomasz Gollob completed a seven-ride max to put one hand on the 2010 world title.
Ahead of Saturday's Aztorin German SGP we rewind to the 2018 final, when Tai Woffinden took a giant stride closer to his third FIM Speedway Grand Prix world title.
As he hangs up his kevlars for the final time, we replay Swedish great Andreas Jonsson's final FIM Speedway Grand Prix win at the 2014 Nordic SGP in Vojens.
Ahead of tonight's GP Challenge, we flashback to Gorican's first ever Croatian SGP final in 2010, won by the American legend that is Greg Hancock.\n\nChris Harris was chasing hard in second - could he book his place in #SGP2020 there tonight?
How good is this battle at the front? Watch as Martin Vaculik & Peter Ljung go wheel to wheel at the 2012 Torun SGP.
We rewind to Polish great Tomasz Gollob’s 20th and final FIM Speedway Grand Prix win at the 2012 Scandinavian SGP.
Watch Jacob Thorssell get the better of Tai Woffinden, Freddie Lindgren and Martin Smolinski at the 2017 Stockholm SGP.
What was your Betard Wroclaw SGP heat of the night? So many epics to choose from! \n\nWe went for semi-final 1 as Leon Madsen hunted down a place in the final with a big first lap - finishing second to Martin Vaculik.
The FIM Speedway Grand Prix series returns to Wroclaw after a 12-year absence! \n\nSo here's a look back at the 2007 final, featuring a Danish 1-2 for Nicki Pedersen and Hans Andersen, and a podium for Britain's Chris 'Bomber' Harris.