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Tai Woffinden



The Great Britain hero’s place in history is secure after he became the nation’s first-ever triple world champion in 2018. After a tough debut season in 2010, Woffy returned to the World Championship in 2013 as a 500/1 outsider. He made light of the bookmakers’ predictions by lifting the world title, before winning No.2 in 2015. His 2019 season was wrecked by a back injury, which kept him sidelined for two months from early June. His two-round absence saw him fall short of the world’s top four for the first time since he re-entered the series in 2013. But he’s fighting fit and roaring back into form in 2020.
 
Tai Woffinden

Rider

Birth Date 1990-08-10
Birth Place Scunthorpe, Great Britain
Lives Derby, Great Britain
Hobbies Sky Diving
Heros Jeremy 'Twitch' Stenberg

Crew

Mechanics J. Trojanowski, K. Darwinski, R. Ruszala, L. Wisniewski
Manager Peter Adams

Technical

Engine TW Technology
Tyres Mitas
Frame TW Technology
Clutch NEB Engineering
Tuner Peter Johns, Ryszard & Daniel Kowalski

Tai Woffinden Photos

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Tai Woffinden grand prix years

Year Position No. GPs GP Wins No. Heats Heat Wins GP Finals Points GP AV.
2020 2 8 0 52 14 5 90 11.25
2019 13 8 0 43 4 0 60 7.50
2018 1 10 4 66 28 8 139 13.90
2017 3 12 1 67 23 3 131 10.92
2016 2 11 1 70 22 6 130 11.82
2015 1 12 2 76 37 8 163 13.58
2014 4 11 2 66 27 4 121 11.00
2013 1 12 1 74 30 6 151 12.58
2011 25 1 0 1 0 0 2 2.00
2010 14 11 0 56 5 0 49 4.45
Totals   96 11 571 190 40 1036 10.79

Tai Woffinden in action

Tai Woffinden grand prix wins

Event Years
Czech SGP 2013, 2014, 2015
Swedish SGP 2014 (Malilla)
Stockholm SGP 2015
Warsaw SGP 2016, 2018
Gorzow SGP 2017
Danish SGP 2018
German SGP 2018
Torun SGP 2018

Tai Woffinden clubs

League Club
Polish Ekstraliga Bertard Sparta Wroclaw

Tai Woffinden honours

Honour Year
World Champion 2013, 2015, 2018
British Champion 2013, 2014, 2015
British U21 Champion 2008, 2011
British U18 Champion 2007, 2008