|Born||27 April 1906|
|Died||20 September 1994(aged 88)|
|Current club information|
|1930||Manchester White City|
|1931–1936||Belle Vue Aces|
|1929, 1936||Australian Champion|
|1936, 1946||NSW State Champion|
|1933, 1934, 1935, 1936||National League Champion|
|1931||Northern League Champion|
|1933, 1934, 1935, 1936||National Trophy winner|
|1934, 1935, 1936||A.C.U. Cup winner|
|1938||Provincial Trophy winner|
Max Octavius Grosskreutz (born 27 April 1906 in Proserpine, Queensland- died 20 September 1994) was an Australian speedway rider who finished third in the Star Riders' Championship in 1935, the forerunner to the Speedway World Championship which began a year later in 1936.
He moved to the Belle Vue Aces in 1931. He stayed with the aces until the end of the 1936 season when he retired to manage the Norwich Stars. During this time he made forty-one Test Match appearances for Australia.