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#1 jeze

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Posted 11 May 2009 - 13:52

Can anyone give me any sort of link, where I can find the results of STCC from the series invention in 1996, and even better the results from the preceeding series, "Banracing-SM"? I'd also like to find open wheel Nordic Championship results from previous years! Can anyone help me finding it?

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#2 Frank de Jong

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Posted 11 May 2009 - 16:44

Try to find copies of Touring Car World yearbook which existed from 1994-2007, the series is covered in there. There's something on my site from earlier days, 1980 will follow soon.

#3 Tomas Karlsson

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Posted 11 May 2009 - 17:32

Jeze, since you live in Sweden, how about trying the library? There are yearbooks about Swedish Racing ("Motoråret" I think) and you'll find Idrottsbladet at Kungliga Biblioteket in Stockholm. When you look back, you'll soon find out that everything isn't on the net.

#4 ReWind

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Posted 11 May 2009 - 17:38

I remember there once was a results archive on the STCC website. Alas, this seems to have gone.

Maybe a contact with the organizers could help.

If not there are stats on Driver Database and on motorsport-archive.com.

#5 jeze

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Posted 15 May 2009 - 07:05

Jeze, since you live in Sweden, how about trying the library? There are yearbooks about Swedish Racing ("Motoråret" I think) and you'll find Idrottsbladet at Kungliga Biblioteket in Stockholm. When you look back, you'll soon find out that everything isn't on the net.


Tomas, the library where I lived previously was quite good, but unfortunately the Nyköping library doesn't have Årets Bilsport. I've never been to any library in Stockholm, but if I really want to I could try, it's just an hour with train away :)

#6 Tomas Karlsson

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Posted 15 May 2009 - 12:48

At Kungliga Biblioteket you'll find everything that has been printed in Sweden. Books, newspapers, magazines and even race programs! But you will have to read them there.

And even if your library doesn't have the books you are looking for, they should be able to search and borrow them from other libraries.

#7 jeze

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Posted 15 May 2009 - 19:08

At Kungliga Biblioteket you'll find everything that has been printed in Sweden. Books, newspapers, magazines and even race programs! But you will have to read them there.

And even if your library doesn't have the books you are looking for, they should be able to search and borrow them from other libraries.


The problem is that I'm a bankrupt 18 year old student :| So, I don't have money to pay for those books to be taken to me for four weeks only!