Serhiy Malyk

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Born (1966-12-16) December 16, 1966 (age 55)
Kyiv, Ukraine
NationalityUkrainian
CitizenshipUkraine
EducationPsychological Sciences
Alma mater
  • Kyiv Military Command College of Communications
  • Lviv State University of Physical Culture
OrganizationKyiv City Auto Moto Club
Title
  • Founder
  • President
Parents
  • Dmytro Malyk (father)
  • Nadiya Malyk (mother)

Serhiy Malyk (16 December 1966, Kyiv)— the founder and the president of Kyiv City Auto Moto Club, two-time master of sports of the USSR, master of sports of Ukraine, champion of Ukraine in circuit car racing, candidate of psychological sciences, holder of 36 national and world records in motor sports and ballooning.

Education

In 1989, Serhiy Malyk graduated, having started studying in 1984, from the Kyiv Military Command College of Communications. In 2007 Serhiy Malyk graduated from Lviv State University of Physical Culture. Candidate of Psychological Sciences (2005).

Biography

Serhiy Malyk was born on 16 December 1966 in Kyiv. Father — Dmytro Malyk, a doctor. Mother — Nadiya Malyk, an economist. In a high school Serhiy Malyk decided to build his career as a military officer, therefore in 1984 joined the Kyiv Military Command College of Communications. After graduation holding the rank of lieutenant served in the Air Forces (1989 — 1990). In 1993 Serhiy Malyk started a professional career in motorsports.

Enthusiasm in sports cars, natural leadership capabilities and a personal goal to make step-change in Ukrainian motorsports lead to the establishment of non-profit organisation Kyiv City Auto Moto Club (in Ukrainian — KMAMK) that was open on 29 June 1996. Since that time Serhiy Malyk has been the permanent president of the Club. Over the years the Kyiv City Auto Moto Club under Serhiy Malyk’s management organised over 300 various motorsport competitions and over 500 public events.

On 18 September 2004, Serhiy Malyk on the sports car Estonia 25 (class Formula-1600) set the record of Ukraine reaching Ai-Petri mountain, Yalta, Crimea, Ukraine. On 22 October 2005 Serhiy Malyk set a new record of Ukraine “Three winning places out of three races in different car classes during one race” — the total distance of all races was 201 km with 134 laps. According to the results of the sports season 2005, Serhiy Malyk became the Champion of Ukraine in circuit car racing.

On 20 September 2006, Serhiy Malyk on the sports car Estonia 25 (class Formula-1600) in three races outran the jet aeroplane L-29 Dolphin on the 1200 meters distance. Ihor Polituchy, the first-class military air pilot, flight instructor of supersonic aircraft, piloted the plane.

On 20 May 2007, the Kyiv City Auto Moto Club organised the first in the history of Ukraine Diplomats Rally — the amateur rally race for representatives of foreign diplomatic missions and international organisations.

In 2017 at the Bonneville Speed Week Serhiy Malyk set the world speed record on the motorcycle KMZ Dnipro. He was the fastest in the 650 М-РВG class after reaching 73.041 m/h (116.86 km/h)[1].

At the 70th Bonneville Speed Week in 2018 Serhiy Malyk set another record on the specially built motorcycle Dnepr Electric had reached 104.78 m/h (168 km/h)[2][3].

Achievements

  • Champion of Ukraine in circuit car racing 2005;
  • Record of Ukraine «1221 m — the highest altitude reached by the Formula car»;
  • Record of Ukraine «46 minutes 57 seconds — the fastest car ride to Ai-Petri mountain»;
  • Record of Ukraine «200 km/h — the highest speed reached during the car ride to Ai-Petri mountain»[4];
  • Record of Ukraine «Three winning places out of three races in different car classes during a one race»[5];
  • The first balloon flight distance record of Ukraine;
  • Record of Ukraine «7923 km on a motorcycle for 13 days along Ukraine border»;
  • Сross Europe motorcycle race «Ukraine is Europe»[6];
  • Speed record Dnipro motorcycle in Bonneville Salt Flats 2017;
  • Speed record Dnipro motorcycle in Bonneville Salt Flats 2018.

In the media

References

  1. "Українець встановив світовий рекорд швидкості на електромотоциклі". Прямий (in українська). 14 August 2018. Retrieved 11 May 2020.
  2. "Украинец Сергей Малик установил мировой рекорд скорости на электробайке "Днепр"". Autogeek (in українська). 13 August 2018. Retrieved 11 May 2020.
  3. ""Аби в нашій країні закінчилася війна": як українець встановив світовий рекорд на електробайку". 5 канал (in українська). Retrieved 2020-05-12.
  4. "Новый мировой рекорд! "Формула-1600". Рекорд-шоу на г. Ай-Петри". Книга рекордів України (in українська). Книга рекордів України. 18 September 2004. Retrieved 11 May 2020.
  5. "Новий рекорд! Три заїзди - три виходи на подіум!". Книга рекордів України (in українська). Книга рекордів України. 22 October 2005. Retrieved 11 May 2020.
  6. ""Wheels of hope and gratitude" motor rally will circle Europe in 45 days, starting from Kyiv". Euromaidan Press. 2015-08-19.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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