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The following is a list of Grand Prix motorcycle racing FIM World Champions, from 1949 to 2009, in order of year and engine displacement.

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Engine formulas

At the end of the 1968 season, the FIM limited gearboxes to 6 speeds, 125 cc and 250 cc categories to no more than two cylinders and 350 cc and 500 cc categories to no more than four cylinders.

The 350 class was discontinued after the 1982 season. After the 1983 season, the 50 cc class was increased to 80 cc. After the 1989 season, 125 cc bikes were limited to single cylinder engines and the 80 cc class was discontinued.

In the 2002 season, 500 cc two-stroke engines were replaced with 990 cc four-stroke engines with as many as six cylinders. The engine capacity was reduced to 800 cc for the 2007 season.

Sidecars had 500 cc engines. Only the pilot is listed here, not the passenger. The significance of this class dropped after the 1950s, but races were held in connection with WC until the early 2000s.

Riders' World Championship

The Riders' World Championship is awarded to the most successful rider over a season, as determined by a points system based on Grand Prix results. The constructors listed in this table are the bike that the world champions rode during that winning season and are not necessarily the winner of the constructor's world championship in that season.

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By season

Year 500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc
1949 United Kingdom Leslie Graham (AJS) United Kingdom Freddie Frith (Velocette) Italy Bruno Ruffo (Moto Guzzi) Italy Nello Pagani (Mondial)
1950 Italy Umberto Masetti (Gilera) United Kingdom Bob Foster (Velocette) Italy Dario Ambrosini (Benelli) Italy Bruno Ruffo (Mondial)
1951 United Kingdom Geoff Duke (Norton) United Kingdom Geoff Duke (Norton) Italy Bruno Ruffo (Moto Guzzi) Italy Carlo Ubbiali (Mondial)
1952 Italy Umberto Masetti (Gilera) United Kingdom Geoff Duke (Norton) Italy Enrico Lorenzetti (Moto Guzzi) United Kingdom Cecil Sandford (MV Agusta)
1953 United Kingdom Geoff Duke (Gilera) United Kingdom Fergus Anderson (Moto Guzzi) West Germany Werner Haas (NSU) West Germany Werner Haas (NSU)
1954 United Kingdom Geoff Duke (Gilera) United Kingdom Fergus Anderson (Moto Guzzi) West Germany Werner Haas (NSU) Austria Rupert Hollaus (NSU)
1955 United Kingdom Geoff Duke (Gilera) United Kingdom Bill Lomas (Moto Guzzi) West Germany Hermann Paul Müller (NSU) Italy Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta)
1956 United Kingdom John Surtees (MV Agusta) United Kingdom Bill Lomas (Moto Guzzi) Italy Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta) Italy Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta)
1957 Italy Libero Liberati (Gilera) Australia Keith Campbell (Moto Guzzi) United Kingdom Cecil Sandford (Mondial) Italy Tarquinio Provini (Mondial)
1958 United Kingdom John Surtees (MV Agusta) United Kingdom John Surtees (MV Agusta) Italy Tarquinio Provini (MV Agusta) Italy Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta)
1959 United Kingdom John Surtees (MV Agusta) United Kingdom John Surtees (MV Agusta) Italy Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta) Italy Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta)
1960 United Kingdom John Surtees (MV Agusta) United Kingdom John Surtees (MV Agusta) Italy Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta) Italy Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta)
1961 Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Gary Hocking (MV Agusta) Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Gary Hocking (MV Agusta) United Kingdom Mike Hailwood (Honda) Australia Tom Phillis (Honda)
Year 500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc 50cc
1962 United Kingdom Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Jim Redman
(Honda)
Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Jim Redman
(Honda)
Switzerland Luigi Taveri
(Honda)
West Germany Ernst Degner
(Suzuki)
1963 United Kingdom Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Jim Redman
(Honda)
Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Jim Redman
(Honda)
New Zealand Hugh Anderson
(Suzuki)
New Zealand Hugh Anderson
(Suzuki)
1964 United Kingdom Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
Rhodesia Jim Redman
(Honda)
United Kingdom Phil Read
(Yamaha)
Switzerland Luigi Taveri
(Honda)
New Zealand Hugh Anderson
(Suzuki)
1965 United Kingdom Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
Rhodesia Jim Redman
(Honda)
United Kingdom Phil Read
(Yamaha)
New Zealand Hugh Anderson
(Suzuki)
United Kingdom Ralph Bryans
(Honda)
1966 Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
United Kingdom Mike Hailwood
(Honda)
United Kingdom Mike Hailwood
(Honda)
Switzerland Luigi Taveri
(Honda)
West Germany Hans-Georg Anscheidt
(Suzuki)
1967 Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
United Kingdom Mike Hailwood
(Honda)
United Kingdom Mike Hailwood
(Honda)
United Kingdom Bill Ivy
(Yamaha)
West Germany Hans-Georg Anscheidt
(Suzuki)
1968 Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
United Kingdom Phil Read
(Yamaha)
United Kingdom Phil Read
(Yamaha)
West Germany Hans-Georg Anscheidt
(Suzuki)
1969 Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Australia Kel Carruthers
(Benelli)
United Kingdom Dave Simmonds
(Kawasaki)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Derbi)
1970 Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
United Kingdom Rodney Gould
(Yamaha)
West Germany Dieter Braun
(Suzuki)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Derbi)
1971 Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
United Kingdom Phil Read
(Yamaha)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Derbi)
Netherlands Jan de Vries
(Kreidler)
1972 Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Finland Jarno Saarinen
(Yamaha)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Derbi)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Derbi)
1973 United Kingdom Phil Read
(MV Agusta)
Italy Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
West Germany Dieter Braun
(Yamaha)
Sweden Kent Andersson
(Yamaha)
Netherlands Jan de Vries
(Kreidler)
1974 United Kingdom Phil Read
(MV Agusta)
Italy Giacomo Agostini
(Yamaha)
Italy Walter Villa
(Harley-Davidson)
Sweden Kent Andersson
(Yamaha)
Netherlands Henk van Kessel
(Kreidler-Van Veen)
1975 Italy Giacomo Agostini
(Yamaha)
Venezuela Johnny Cecotto
(Yamaha)
Italy Walter Villa
(Harley-Davidson)
Italy Paolo Pileri
(Morbidelli)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Kreidler)
1976 United Kingdom Barry Sheene
(Suzuki)
Italy Walter Villa
(Harley-Davidson)
Italy Walter Villa
(Harley-Davidson)
Italy Pier Paolo Bianchi
(Morbidelli)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Bultaco)
1977 United Kingdom Barry Sheene
(Suzuki)
Japan Takazumi Katayama
(Yamaha)
Italy Mario Lega
(Morbidelli)
Italy Pier Paolo Bianchi
(Morbidelli)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Bultaco)
1978 United States Kenny Roberts
(Yamaha)
South Africa Kork Ballington
(Kawasaki)
South Africa Kork Ballington
(Kawasaki)
Italy Eugenio Lazzarini
(MBA)
Spain Ricardo Tormo
(Bultaco)
1979 United States Kenny Roberts
(Yamaha)
South Africa Kork Ballington
(Kawasaki)
South Africa Kork Ballington
(Kawasaki)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Minarelli)
Italy Eugenio Lazzarini
(Kreidler)
1980 United States Kenny Roberts
(Yamaha)
South Africa Jon Ekerold
(Yamaha)
West Germany Anton Mang
(Kawasaki)
Italy Pier Paolo Bianchi
(MBA)
Italy Eugenio Lazzarini
(Kreidler-Van Veen)
1981 Italy Marco Lucchinelli
(Suzuki)
West Germany Anton Mang
(Kawasaki)
West Germany Anton Mang
(Kawasaki)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Minarelli)
Spain Ricardo Tormo
(Motul-Bultaco)
1982 Italy Franco Uncini
(Suzuki)
West Germany Anton Mang
(Kawasaki)
France Jean-Louis Tournadre
(Yamaha)
Spain Ángel Nieto
(Garelli)
Switzerland Stefan Dörflinger
(Kreidler)
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc 50cc
1983 United States Freddie Spencer (Honda) Venezuela Carlos Lavado (Yamaha) Spain Ángel Nieto (Garelli) Switzerland Stefan Dörflinger (Krauser)
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc 80cc
1984 United States Eddie Lawson (Yamaha) France Christian Sarron (Yamaha) Spain Ángel Nieto (Garelli) Switzerland Stefan Dörflinger (Zündapp)
1985 United States Freddie Spencer (Honda) United States Freddie Spencer (Honda) Italy Fausto Gresini (Garelli) Switzerland Stefan Dörflinger (Krauser)
1986 United States Eddie Lawson (Yamaha) Venezuela Carlos Lavado (Yamaha) Italy Luca Cadalora (Garelli) Spain Jorge Martínez (Derbi)
1987 Australia Wayne Gardner (Honda) Germany Anton Mang (Honda) Italy Fausto Gresini (Garelli) Spain Jorge Martínez (Derbi)
1988 United States Eddie Lawson (Yamaha) Spain Sito Pons (Honda) Spain Jorge Martínez (Derbi) Spain Jorge Martínez (Derbi)
1989 United States Eddie Lawson (Honda) Spain Sito Pons (Honda) Spain Àlex Crivillé (JJ Cobas) Spain Manuel Herreros (Derbi)
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc
1990 United States Wayne Rainey (Yamaha) United States John Kocinski (Yamaha) Italy Loris Capirossi (Honda)
1991 United States Wayne Rainey (Yamaha) Italy Luca Cadalora (Honda) Italy Loris Capirossi (Honda)
1992 United States Wayne Rainey (Yamaha) Italy Luca Cadalora (Honda) Italy Alessandro Gramigni (Aprilia)
1993 United States Kevin Schwantz (Suzuki) Japan Tetsuya Harada (Yamaha) Germany Dirk Raudies (Honda)
1994 Australia Michael Doohan (Honda) Italy Max Biaggi (Aprilia) Japan Kazuto Sakata (Aprilia)
1995 Australia Michael Doohan (Honda) Italy Max Biaggi (Aprilia) Japan Haruchika Aoki (Honda)
1996 Australia Michael Doohan (Honda) Italy Max Biaggi (Aprilia) Japan Haruchika Aoki (Honda)
1997 Australia Michael Doohan (Honda) Italy Max Biaggi (Honda) Italy Valentino Rossi (Aprilia)
1998 Australia Michael Doohan (Honda) Italy Loris Capirossi (Aprilia) Japan Kazuto Sakata (Aprilia)
1999 Spain Àlex Crivillé (Honda) Italy Valentino Rossi (Aprilia) Spain Emilio Alzamora (Honda)
2000 United States Kenny Roberts, Jr. (Suzuki) France Olivier Jacque (Yamaha) Italy Roberto Locatelli (Aprilia)
2001 Italy Valentino Rossi (Honda) Japan Daijiro Kato (Honda) San Marino Manuel Poggiali (Gilera)
Year MotoGP 250cc 125cc
2002 Italy Valentino Rossi (Honda) Italy Marco Melandri (Aprilia) France Arnaud Vincent (Aprilia)
2003 Italy Valentino Rossi (Honda) San Marino Manuel Poggiali (Aprilia) Spain Daniel Pedrosa (Honda)
2004 Italy Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Spain Daniel Pedrosa (Honda) Italy Andrea Dovizioso (Honda)
2005 Italy Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Spain Daniel Pedrosa (Honda) Switzerland Thomas Lüthi (Honda)
2006 United States Nicky Hayden (Honda) Spain Jorge Lorenzo (Aprilia) Spain Álvaro Bautista (Aprilia)
2007 Australia Casey Stoner (Ducati) Spain Jorge Lorenzo (Aprilia) Hungary Gábor Talmácsi (Aprilia)
2008 Italy Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Italy Marco Simoncelli (Gilera) France Mike di Meglio (Derbi)
2009 Italy Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Japan Hiroshi Aoyama (Honda) Spain Julián Simón (Aprilia)

By rider

Rider MotoGP/500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc 80cc/50cc Total
Italy Agostini, GiacomoGiacomo Agostini 8 7 15
Spain Nieto, ÁngelÁngel Nieto 7 6 13
Italy Rossi, ValentinoValentino Rossi 7 1 1 9
United Kingdom Hailwood, MikeMike Hailwood 4 2 3 9
Italy Ubbiali, CarloCarlo Ubbiali 3 6 9
United Kingdom Surtees, JohnJohn Surtees 4 3 7
United Kingdom Read, PhilPhil Read 2 4 1 7
United Kingdom Duke, GeoffGeoff Duke 4 2 6
Rhodesia Redman, JimJim Redman 4 2 6
Australia Doohan, MichaelMichael Doohan 5 5
Germany Mang, AntonAnton Mang 2 3 5
United States Lawson, EddieEddie Lawson 4 4
South Africa Ballington, KorkKork Ballington 2 2 4
Italy Villa, WalterWalter Villa 1 3 4
Italy Biaggi, MaxMax Biaggi 4 4
New Zealand Anderson, HughHugh Anderson 2 2 4
Spain Martínez, JorgeJorge Martínez 1 3 4
Switzerland Dörflinger, StefanStefan Dörflinger 4 4

Multiple World Championships in different classes in the same year:

Seasons Rider Titles
1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 Italy Giacomo Agostini 10 (5 x 500 cc, 5 x 350 cc)
1958, 1959, 1960 United Kingdom John Surtees 6 (3 x 500 cc, 3 x 350 cc)
1956, 1959, 1960 Italy Carlo Ubbiali 6 (3 x 250 cc, 3 x 125 cc)
1962, 1963 Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Jim Redman 4 (2 x 350 cc, 2 x 250 cc)
1966, 1967 United Kingdom Mike Hailwood 4 (2 x 350 cc, 2 x 250 cc)
1978, 1979 South Africa Kork Ballington 4 (2 x 350 cc, 2 x 250 cc)
1951 United Kingdom Geoff Duke 2 (1 x 500 cc, 1 x 350 cc)
1953 Germany Werner Haas 2 (1 x 250 cc, 1 x 125 cc)
1961 Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Gary Hocking 2 (1 x 500 cc, 1 x 350 cc)
1963 New Zealand Hugh Anderson 2 (1 x 125 cc, 1 x 50 cc)
1968 United Kingdom Phil Read 2 (1 x 250 cc, 1 x 125 cc)
1972 Spain Ángel Nieto 2 (1 x 125 cc, 1 x 50 cc)
1976 Italy Walter Villa 2 (1 x 350 cc, 1 x 250 cc)
1981 Germany Anton Mang 2 (1 x 350 cc, 1 x 250 cc)
1985 United States Freddie Spencer 2 (1 x 500 cc, 1 x 250 cc)
1988 Spain Jorge Martínez 2 (1 x 125 cc, 1 x 80 cc)

By nationality

Nationality MotoGP/500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc 80cc/50cc Total
 Italy 20 8 22 23 2 75
 United Kingdom 17 13 9 4 1 44
 Spain 1 6 13 12 32
 United States 15 2 17
 Germany 2 7 3 4 16
 Australia 7 1 1 1 10
 Rhodesia 1 5 2 8
 Japan 1 3 4 8
 Switzerland 4 4 8
 South Africa 3 2 5
 France 3 2 5
 New Zealand 2 2 4
 Venezuela 1 2 3
 Netherlands 3 3
 San Marino 1 1 2
 Sweden 2 2
 Finland 1 1
 Austria 1 1
 Hungary 1 1
Totals 61 34 61 61 28 245

Constructors' World Champions

The Constructors' World Championship is awarded to the most successful constructor over a season, as determined by a points system based on Grand Prix results. Only the highest-scoring rider in each race for each constructor contributing points towards the Championship. The winner of the constructor's world championship is not necessarily the bike used by the riders' world champion.

By season

Year 500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc
1949 United Kingdom AJS United Kingdom Velocette Italy Moto Guzzi Italy Mondial
1950 United Kingdom Norton United Kingdom Velocette Italy Benelli Italy Mondial
1951 United Kingdom Norton United Kingdom Norton Italy Moto Guzzi Italy Mondial
1952 United Kingdom Norton United Kingdom Norton Italy Moto Guzzi Italy MV Agusta
1953 Italy Gilera Italy Moto Guzzi Germany NSU Italy MV Agusta
1954 Italy Gilera Italy Moto Guzzi Germany NSU Germany NSU
1955 Italy Gilera Italy Moto Guzzi Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta
1956 Italy MV Agusta Italy Moto Guzzi Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta
1957 Italy Gilera Italy Gilera Italy Mondial Italy Mondial
1958 Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta
1959 Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta
1960 Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta
1961 Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Japan Honda Japan Honda
Year 500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc 50cc
1962 Italy MV Agusta Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Suzuki
1963 Italy MV Agusta Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Suzuki Japan Suzuki
1964 Italy MV Agusta Japan Honda Japan Yamaha Japan Honda Japan Suzuki
1965 Italy MV Agusta Japan Honda Japan Yamaha Japan Suzuki Japan Honda
1966 Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Honda
1967 Italy MV Agusta Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Yamaha Japan Suzuki
1968 Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Japan Yamaha Japan Yamaha Japan Suzuki
1969 Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Italy Benelli Japan Kawasaki Spain Derbi
1970 Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Japan Yamaha Japan Suzuki Spain Derbi
1971 Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Japan Yamaha Spain Derbi Germany Kreidler
1972 Italy MV Agusta Italy MV Agusta Japan Yamaha Spain Derbi Germany Kreidler
1973 Italy MV Agusta Japan Yamaha Japan Yamaha Japan Yamaha Germany Kreidler
1974 Japan Yamaha Japan Yamaha Japan Yamaha Japan Yamaha Germany Kreidler
1975 Japan Yamaha Japan Yamaha United States Harley-Davidson Italy Morbidelli Germany Kreidler
1976 Japan Suzuki Japan Yamaha United States Harley-Davidson Italy Morbidelli Spain Bultaco
1977 Japan Suzuki Japan Yamaha Japan Kawasaki Italy Morbidelli Spain Bultaco
1978 Japan Suzuki Japan Kawasaki Japan Kawasaki Italy Minarelli Spain Bultaco
1979 Japan Suzuki Japan Kawasaki Japan Kawasaki Italy Minarelli Germany Kreidler
1980 Japan Suzuki Italy Bimota Japan Kawasaki Italy Minarelli Netherlands Van Veen Kreidler
1981 Japan Suzuki Japan Kawasaki Japan Yamaha Italy Minarelli Italy Motul Bultaco
1982 Japan Suzuki Japan Kawasaki Japan Yamaha Italy Garelli Germany Kreidler
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc 50cc
1983 Japan Honda Japan Yamaha Italy MBA Germany Garelli
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc 80cc
1984 Japan Honda Japan Yamaha Italy Garelli Germany Zündapp
1985 Japan Honda Japan Honda Italy MBA Germany Krauser
1986 Japan Yamaha Japan Honda Italy Garelli Spain Derbi
1987 Japan Yamaha Japan Honda Italy Garelli Spain Derbi
1988 Japan Yamaha Japan Honda Spain Derbi Spain Derbi
1989 Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Honda Germany Krauser
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc
1990 Japan Yamaha Japan Yamaha Japan Honda
1991 Japan Yamaha Japan Honda Japan Honda
1992 Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Honda
1993 Japan Yamaha Japan Honda Japan Honda
1994 Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Honda
1995 Japan Honda Italy Aprilia Japan Honda
1996 Japan Honda Japan Honda Italy Aprilia
1997 Japan Honda Japan Honda Italy Aprilia
1998 Japan Honda Italy Aprilia Japan Honda
1999 Japan Honda Italy Aprilia Japan Honda
2000 Japan Yamaha Japan Yamaha Japan Honda
2001 Japan Honda Japan Honda Japan Honda
Year MotoGP 250cc 125cc
2002 Japan Honda Italy Aprilia Italy Aprilia
2003 Japan Honda Italy Aprilia Italy Aprilia
2004 Japan Honda Japan Honda Italy Aprilia
2005 Japan Yamaha Japan Honda Austria KTM
2006 Japan Honda Italy Aprilia Italy Aprilia
2007 Italy Ducati Italy Aprilia Italy Aprilia
2008 Japan Yamaha Italy Aprilia Italy Aprilia
2009 Japan Yamaha Italy Aprilia Italy Aprilia

By constructor

Constructor MotoGP/500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc 80cc/50cc Total
Japan Honda 17 6 19 15 2 59
Italy MV Agusta 16 9 5 7 37
Japan Yamaha 12 5 14 4 35
Italy Aprilia 9 9 18
Japan Suzuki 7 3 5 15
Japan Kawasaki 4 4 1 9
Spain Derbi 3 5 8
Italy Moto Guzzi 4 3 7
Germany Kreidler 7 7
Italy Gilera 4 1 5
United Kingdom Norton 3 2 5
Italy Mondial 1 4 5
Italy Garelli 4 1 5
Italy Minarelli 4 4
Germany NSU 2 1 3
Italy Morbidelli 3 3
Spain Bultaco 3 3
United Kingdom Velocette 2 2
Italy Benelli 2 2
United States Harley-Davidson 2 2
Italy MBA 2 2
Germany Krauser 2 2
Italy Ducati 1 1
United Kingdom AJS 1 1
Italy Bimota 1 1
Austria KTM 1 1
Germany Zündapp 1 1
Italy Motul Bultaco 1 1
Netherlands Van Veen Kreidler 1 1
Total 61 34 61 61 28 245

By country

Country MotoGP/500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc 80cc/50cc Total
Japan Japan 36 15 37 23 7 118
Italy Italy 21 15 20 33 2 90
Germany Germany 2 1 10 13
Spain Spain 3 8 11
United Kingdom United Kingdom 4 4 8
United States United States 2 2
Austria Austria 1 1
Netherlands Netherlands 1 1
Total 61 34 61 61 28 245

Notes

  • John Surtees remains the only rider to win World Championship titles in 350 cc, 500 cc, and Formula One (1964).
  • Valentino Rossi is the only rider to win four World Championship titles in four different classes: 125 cc, 250 cc, 500 cc & MotoGP.
  • Eddie Lawson (1988 & 1989) and Valentino Rossi (2003 & 2004) are the only riders to win back-to-back premier-class championships on different manufacturers.
  • Freddie Spencer (1985), Tetsuya Harada (1993), Manuel Poggiali (2003), and Daniel Pedrosa (2004) are the only riders to win the 250 cc Grand Prix World Championship title in their first year of competition. In 1990, Capirossi won the 125 cc title in his first attempt.
  • Emilio Alzamora is the only rider to win a 125 cc World Championship title with no Grand Prix wins (1999). Manuel Herreros won the 1989 80cc world championship without a Grand Prix victory.

See also

References

External links


The following is a list of Grand Prix motorcycle racing FIM World Champions, from 1949 to 2009, in order of year and engine displacement.

Contents

Engine formulas

At the end of the 1968 season, the FIM limited gearboxes to 6 speeds, 125 cc and 250 cc categories to no more than two cylinders and 350 cc and 500 cc categories to no more than four cylinders.

The 350 class was discontinued after the 1982 season. After the 1983 season, the 50 cc class was increased to 80 cc. After the 1989 season, 125 cc bikes were limited to single cylinder engines and the 80 cc class was discontinued.

In the 2002 season, 500 cc two-stroke engines were replaced with 990 cc four-stroke engines with as many as six cylinders. The engine capacity was reduced to 800 cc for the 2007 season.

Sidecars had 500 cc engines. Only the pilot is listed here, not the passenger. The significance of this class dropped after the 1950s, but races were held in connection with WC until the early 2000s.

Riders' World Championship

The Riders' World Championship is awarded to the most successful rider over a season, as determined by a points system based on Grand Prix results. The constructors listed in this table are the bike that the world champions rode during that winning season and are not necessarily the winner of the constructor's world championship in that season.

By season

Year 500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc
1949 Leslie Graham (AJS) Freddie Frith (Velocette) Bruno Ruffo (Moto Guzzi) Nello Pagani (Mondial)
1950 Umberto Masetti (Gilera) Bob Foster (Velocette) Dario Ambrosini (Benelli) Bruno Ruffo (Mondial)
1951 Geoff Duke (Norton) Geoff Duke (Norton) Bruno Ruffo (Moto Guzzi) Carlo Ubbiali (Mondial)
1952 Umberto Masetti (Gilera) Geoff Duke (Norton) Enrico Lorenzetti (Moto Guzzi) Cecil Sandford (MV Agusta)
1953 Geoff Duke (Gilera) Fergus Anderson (Moto Guzzi) Werner Haas (NSU) Werner Haas (NSU)
1954 Geoff Duke (Gilera) Fergus Anderson (Moto Guzzi) Werner Haas (NSU) Rupert Hollaus (NSU)
1955 Geoff Duke (Gilera) Bill Lomas (Moto Guzzi) Hermann Paul Müller (NSU) Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta)
1956 John Surtees (MV Agusta) Bill Lomas (Moto Guzzi) Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta) Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta)
1957 Libero Liberati (Gilera) Keith Campbell (Moto Guzzi) Cecil Sandford (Mondial) Tarquinio Provini (Mondial)
1958 John Surtees (MV Agusta) John Surtees (MV Agusta) Tarquinio Provini (MV Agusta) Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta)
1959 John Surtees (MV Agusta) John Surtees (MV Agusta) Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta) Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta)
1960 John Surtees (MV Agusta) John Surtees (MV Agusta) Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta) Carlo Ubbiali (MV Agusta)
1961 Gary Hocking (MV Agusta) Gary Hocking (MV Agusta) Mike Hailwood (Honda) Tom Phillis (Honda)
Year 500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc 50cc
1962 Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
Jim Redman
(Honda)
Jim Redman
(Honda)
Luigi Taveri
(Honda)
Ernst Degner
(Suzuki)
1963 Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
Jim Redman
(Honda)
Jim Redman
(Honda)
Hugh Anderson
(Suzuki)
Hugh Anderson
(Suzuki)
1964 Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
File:Flag of Rhodesia (1964).svg Jim Redman
(Honda)
Phil Read
(Yamaha)
Luigi Taveri
(Honda)
Hugh Anderson
(Suzuki)
1965 Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
File:Flag of Rhodesia (1964).svg Jim Redman
(Honda)
Phil Read
(Yamaha)
Hugh Anderson
(Suzuki)
Ralph Bryans
(Honda)
1966 Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Mike Hailwood
(Honda)
Mike Hailwood
(Honda)
Luigi Taveri
(Honda)
Hans-Georg Anscheidt
(Suzuki)
1967 Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Mike Hailwood
(Honda)
Mike Hailwood
(Honda)
Bill Ivy
(Yamaha)
Hans-Georg Anscheidt
(Suzuki)
1968 Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Phil Read
(Yamaha)
Phil Read
(Yamaha)
Hans-Georg Anscheidt
(Suzuki)
1969 Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Kel Carruthers
(Benelli)
Dave Simmonds
(Kawasaki)
Ángel Nieto
(Derbi)
1970 Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Rodney Gould
(Yamaha)
Dieter Braun
(Suzuki)
Ángel Nieto
(Derbi)
1971 Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Phil Read
(Yamaha)
Ángel Nieto
(Derbi)
Jan de Vries
(Kreidler)
1972 Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Jarno Saarinen
(Yamaha)
Ángel Nieto
(Derbi)
Ángel Nieto
(Derbi)
1973 Phil Read
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Dieter Braun
(Yamaha)
Kent Andersson
(Yamaha)
Jan de Vries
(Kreidler)
1974 Phil Read
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(Yamaha)
Walter Villa
(Harley-Davidson)
Kent Andersson
(Yamaha)
Henk van Kessel
(Kreidler-Van Veen)
1975 Giacomo Agostini
(Yamaha)
Johnny Cecotto
(Yamaha)
Walter Villa
(Harley-Davidson)
Paolo Pileri
(Morbidelli)
Ángel Nieto
(Kreidler)
1976 Barry Sheene
(Suzuki)
Walter Villa
(Harley-Davidson)
Walter Villa
(Harley-Davidson)
Pier Paolo Bianchi
(Morbidelli)
Ángel Nieto
(Bultaco)
1977 Barry Sheene
(Suzuki)
Template:Country data Japan Takazumi Katayama
(Yamaha)
Mario Lega
(Morbidelli)
Pier Paolo Bianchi
(Morbidelli)
Ángel Nieto
(Bultaco)
1978 Kenny Roberts
(Yamaha)
Kork Ballington
(Kawasaki)
Kork Ballington
(Kawasaki)
Eugenio Lazzarini
(MBA)
Ricardo Tormo
(Bultaco)
1979 Kenny Roberts
(Yamaha)
Kork Ballington
(Kawasaki)
Kork Ballington
(Kawasaki)
Ángel Nieto
(Minarelli)
Eugenio Lazzarini
(Kreidler)
1980 Kenny Roberts
(Yamaha)
Jon Ekerold
(Yamaha)
Anton Mang
(Kawasaki)
Pier Paolo Bianchi
(MBA)
Eugenio Lazzarini
(Iprem)
1981 Marco Lucchinelli
(Suzuki)
Anton Mang
(Kawasaki)
Anton Mang
(Kawasaki)
Ángel Nieto
(Minarelli)
Ricardo Tormo
(Motul-Bultaco)
1982 Franco Uncini
(Suzuki)
Anton Mang
(Kawasaki)
Jean-Louis Tournadre
(Yamaha)
Ángel Nieto
(Garelli)
Stefan Dörflinger
(Kreidler)
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc 50cc
1983 Freddie Spencer (Honda) Carlos Lavado (Yamaha) Ángel Nieto (Garelli) Stefan Dörflinger (Krauser)
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc 80cc
1984 Eddie Lawson (Yamaha) Christian Sarron (Yamaha) Ángel Nieto (Garelli) Stefan Dörflinger (Zündapp)
1985 Freddie Spencer (Honda) Freddie Spencer (Honda) Fausto Gresini (Garelli) Stefan Dörflinger (Krauser)
1986 Eddie Lawson (Yamaha) Carlos Lavado (Yamaha) Luca Cadalora (Garelli) Jorge Martínez (Derbi)
1987 Wayne Gardner (Honda) Anton Mang (Honda) Fausto Gresini (Garelli) Jorge Martínez (Derbi)
1988 Eddie Lawson (Yamaha) Sito Pons (Honda) Jorge Martínez (Derbi) Jorge Martínez (Derbi)
1989 Eddie Lawson (Honda) Sito Pons (Honda) Àlex Crivillé (JJ Cobas) Manuel Herreros (Derbi)
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc
1990 Wayne Rainey (Yamaha) John Kocinski (Yamaha) Loris Capirossi (Honda)
1991 Wayne Rainey (Yamaha) Luca Cadalora (Honda) Loris Capirossi (Honda)
1992 Wayne Rainey (Yamaha) Luca Cadalora (Honda) Alessandro Gramigni (Aprilia)
1993 Kevin Schwantz (Suzuki) Template:Country data Japan Tetsuya Harada (Yamaha) Dirk Raudies (Honda)
1994 Michael Doohan (Honda) Max Biaggi (Aprilia) Template:Country data Japan Kazuto Sakata (Aprilia)
1995 Michael Doohan (Honda) Max Biaggi (Aprilia) Template:Country data Japan Haruchika Aoki (Honda)
1996 Michael Doohan (Honda) Max Biaggi (Aprilia) Template:Country data Japan Haruchika Aoki (Honda)
1997 Michael Doohan (Honda) Max Biaggi (Honda) Valentino Rossi (Aprilia)
1998 Michael Doohan (Honda) Loris Capirossi (Aprilia) Template:Country data Japan Kazuto Sakata (Aprilia)
1999 Àlex Crivillé (Honda) Valentino Rossi (Aprilia) Emilio Alzamora (Honda)
2000 Kenny Roberts, Jr. (Suzuki) Olivier Jacque (Yamaha) Roberto Locatelli (Aprilia)
2001 Valentino Rossi (Honda) Template:Country data Japan Daijiro Kato (Honda) Manuel Poggiali (Gilera)
Year MotoGP 250cc 125cc
2002 Valentino Rossi (Honda) Marco Melandri (Aprilia) Arnaud Vincent (Aprilia)
2003 Valentino Rossi (Honda) Manuel Poggiali (Aprilia) Dani Pedrosa (Honda)
2004 Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Dani Pedrosa (Honda) Andrea Dovizioso (Honda)
2005 Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Dani Pedrosa (Honda) Thomas Lüthi (Honda)
2006 Nicky Hayden (Honda) Jorge Lorenzo (Aprilia) Álvaro Bautista (Aprilia)
2007 Casey Stoner (Ducati) Jorge Lorenzo (Aprilia) Gábor Talmácsi (Aprilia)
2008 Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Marco Simoncelli (Gilera) Mike di Meglio (Derbi)
2009 Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Template:Country data Japan Hiroshi Aoyama (Honda) Julián Simón (Aprilia)
Year MotoGP Moto2 125cc
2010 Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) Toni Elías (Moriwaki)

By rider

Rider MotoGP/500cc 350cc Moto2/250cc 125cc 80cc/50cc Total
Agostini, GiacomoGiacomo Agostini 8 7 15
Nieto, ÁngelÁngel Nieto 7 6 13
Rossi, ValentinoValentino Rossi 7 1 1 9
Hailwood, MikeMike Hailwood 4 2 3 9
Ubbiali, CarloCarlo Ubbiali 3 6 9
Surtees, JohnJohn Surtees 4 3 7
Read, PhilPhil Read 2 4 1 7
Duke, GeoffGeoff Duke 4 2 6
Redman, JimJim Redman 4 2 6
Doohan, MichaelMichael Doohan 5 5
Mang, AntonAnton Mang 2 3 5
Lawson, EddieEddie Lawson 4 4
Ballington, KorkKork Ballington 2 2 4
Villa, WalterWalter Villa 1 3 4
Biaggi, MaxMax Biaggi 4 4
Anderson, HughHugh Anderson 2 2 4
Martínez, JorgeJorge Martínez 1 3 4
Dörflinger, StefanStefan Dörflinger 4 4
Roberts, KennyKenny Roberts 3 3
Rainey, WayneWayne Rainey 3 3
Spencer, FreddieFreddie Spencer 2 1 3
Lorenzo, JorgeJorge Lorenzo 1 2 3
Ruffo, BrunoBruno Ruffo 2 1 3
Haas, WernerWerner Haas 2 1 3
Cadalora, LucaLuca Cadalora 2 1 3
Pedrosa, DaniDani Pedrosa 2 1 3
Capirossi, LorisLoris Capirossi 1 2 3
Taveri, LuigiLuigi Taveri 3 3
Bianchi, Pier PaoloPier Paolo Bianchi 3 3
Anscheidt, Hans GeorgHans Georg Anscheidt 3 3
Lazzarini, EugenioEugenio Lazzarini 1 2 3
Masetti, UmbertoUmberto Masetti 2 2
Sheene, BarryBarry Sheene 2 2
Hocking, GaryGary Hocking 1 1 2
Crivillé, ÀlexÀlex Crivillé 1 1 2
Lomas, BillBill Lomas 2 2
Anderson, FergusFergus Anderson 2 2
Lavado, CarlosCarlos Lavado 2 2
Pons, SitoSito Pons 2 2
Sandford, CecilCecil Sandford 1 1 2
Provini, TarquinioTarquinio Provini 1 1 2
Braun, DieterDieter Braun 1 1 2
Poggiali, ManuelManuel Poggiali 1 1 2
Andersson, KentKent Andersson 2 2
Gresini, FaustoFausto Gresini 2 2
Template:Country data Japan Sakata, KazutoKazuto Sakata 2 2
Template:Country data Japan Aoki, HaruchikaHaruchika Aoki 2 2
de Vries, JanJan de Vries 2 2
Tormo, RicardoRicardo Tormo 2 2
Graham, LeslieLeslie Graham 1 1
Liberati, LiberoLibero Liberati 1 1
Lucchinelli, MarcoMarco Lucchinelli 1 1
Uncini, FrancoFranco Uncini 1 1
Gardner, WayneWayne Gardner 1 1
Schwantz, KevinKevin Schwantz 1 1
Roberts, Jr., KennyKenny Roberts, Jr. 1 1
Hayden, NickyNicky Hayden 1 1
Stoner, CaseyCasey Stoner 1 1
Frith, FreddieFreddie Frith 1 1
Campbell, KeithKeith Campbell 1 1
Foster, BobBob Foster 1 1
Cecotto, JohnnyJohnny Cecotto 1 1
Template:Country data Japan Katayama, TakazumiTakazumi Katayama 1 1
Ekerold, JonJon Ekerold 1 1
Ambrosini, DarioDario Ambrosini 1 1
Lorenzetti, EnricoEnrico Lorenzetti 1 1
Müller, Hermann PaulHermann Paul Müller 1 1
Gould, RodneyRodney Gould 1 1
Carruthers, KelKel Carruthers 1 1
Saarinen, JarnoJarno Saarinen 1 1
Lega, MarioMario Lega 1 1
Tournadre, Jean-LouisJean-Louis Tournadre 1 1
Sarron, ChristianChristian Sarron 1 1
Kocinski, JohnJohn Kocinski 1 1
Template:Country data Japan Harada, TetsuyaTetsuya Harada 1 1
Jacque, OlivierOlivier Jacque 1 1
Template:Country data Japan Kato, DaijiroDaijiro Kato 1 1
Melandri, MarcoMarco Melandri 1 1
Simoncelli, MarcoMarco Simoncelli 1 1
Template:Country data Japan Aoyama, HiroshiHiroshi Aoyama 1 1
Elías, ToniToni Elías 1 1
Pagani, NelloNello Pagani 1 1
Hollaus, RupertRupert Hollaus 1 1
Phillis, TomTom Phillis 1 1
Ivy, BillBill Ivy 1 1
Simmons, DaveDave Simmons 1 1
Pileri, PaoloPaolo Pileri 1 1
Gramigni, AlessandroAlessandro Gramigni 1 1
Raudies, DirkDirk Raudies 1 1
Alzamora, EmilioEmilio Alzamora 1 1
Vincent, ArnaudArnaud Vincent 1 1
Locatelli, RobertoRoberto Locatelli 1 1
Dovizioso, AndreaAndrea Dovizioso 1 1
Lüthi, ThomasThomas Lüthi 1 1
Bautista, ÁlvaroÁlvaro Bautista 1 1
Talmácsi, GáborGábor Talmácsi 1 1
Di Meglio, MikeMike Di Meglio 1 1
Simón, JuliánJulián Simón 1 1
Degner, ErnstErnst Degner 1 1
Bryans, RalphRalph Bryans 1 1
van Kessel, HenkHenk van Kessel 1 1
Herreros, ManuelManuel Herreros 1 1
Totals 62 34 62 61 28 247

Multiple World Championships in different classes in the same year:

Seasons Rider Titles
1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972 Giacomo Agostini 10 (5 x 500 cc, 5 x 350 cc)
1958, 1959, 1960 John Surtees 6 (3 x 500 cc, 3 x 350 cc)
1956, 1959, 1960 Carlo Ubbiali 6 (3 x 250 cc, 3 x 125 cc)
1962, 1963 Jim Redman 4 (2 x 350 cc, 2 x 250 cc)
1966, 1967 Mike Hailwood 4 (2 x 350 cc, 2 x 250 cc)
1978, 1979 Kork Ballington 4 (2 x 350 cc, 2 x 250 cc)
1951 Geoff Duke 2 (1 x 500 cc, 1 x 350 cc)
1953 Werner Haas 2 (1 x 250 cc, 1 x 125 cc)
1961 Gary Hocking 2 (1 x 500 cc, 1 x 350 cc)
1963 Hugh Anderson 2 (1 x 125 cc, 1 x 50 cc)
1968 Phil Read 2 (1 x 250 cc, 1 x 125 cc)
1972 Ángel Nieto 2 (1 x 125 cc, 1 x 50 cc)
1976 Walter Villa 2 (1 x 350 cc, 1 x 250 cc)
1981 Anton Mang 2 (1 x 350 cc, 1 x 250 cc)
1985 Freddie Spencer 2 (1 x 500 cc, 1 x 250 cc)
1988 Jorge Martínez 2 (1 x 125 cc, 1 x 80 cc)

By nationality

Nationality MotoGP/500cc 350cc Moto2/250cc 125cc 80cc/50cc Total
 Italy 20 8 22 23 2 75
 United Kingdom 17 13 9 4 1 44
 Spain 2 7 14 12 35
 United States 15 2 17
 Germany 2 7 3 4 16
 Australia 7 1 1 1 10
 Rhodesia 1 5 2 8
Template:Country data Japan 1 3 4 8
 Switzerland 4 4 8
 South Africa 3 2 5
 France 3 2 5
 New Zealand 2 2 4
 Venezuela 1 2 3
 Netherlands 3 3
 San Marino 1 1 2
 Sweden 2 2
 Finland 1 1
 Austria 1 1
 Hungary 1 1
Totals 62 34 62 62 28 248

Constructors' World Championship

The Constructors' World Championship is awarded to the most successful constructor over a season, as determined by a points system based on Grand Prix results. Only the highest-scoring rider in each race for each constructor contributing points towards the Championship. The winner of the constructor's world championship is not necessarily the bike used by the riders' world champion. For example: In 2004, Valentino Rossi who rode a Yamaha bike won the riders' world championship, but in the constructors' standings, Honda have higher points than Yamaha, therefore Honda won constructor's world championship.

By season

Year 500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc
1949 AJS Velocette Moto Guzzi Mondial
1950 Norton Velocette Benelli Mondial
1951 Norton Norton Moto Guzzi Mondial
1952 Gilera[1][2] Norton Moto Guzzi MV Agusta
1953 Gilera Moto Guzzi NSU MV Agusta
1954 Gilera Moto Guzzi NSU NSU
1955 Gilera Moto Guzzi MV Agusta MV Agusta
1956 MV Agusta Moto Guzzi MV Agusta MV Agusta
1957 Gilera Gilera Mondial Mondial
1958 MV Agusta MV Agusta MV Agusta MV Agusta
1959 MV Agusta MV Agusta MV Agusta MV Agusta
1960 MV Agusta MV Agusta MV Agusta MV Agusta
1961 MV Agusta MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda
Year 500cc 350cc 250cc 125cc 50cc
1962 MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Suzuki
1963 MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Suzuki Template:Country data Japan Suzuki
1964 MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Suzuki
1965 MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Suzuki Template:Country data Japan Honda
1966 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda
1967 MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Suzuki
1968 MV Agusta MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Suzuki
1969 MV Agusta MV Agusta Benelli Template:Country data Japan Kawasaki Derbi
1970 MV Agusta MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Suzuki Derbi
1971 MV Agusta MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Derbi Kreidler
1972 MV Agusta MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Derbi Kreidler
1973 MV Agusta Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Kreidler
1974 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Kreidler
1975 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Harley-Davidson Morbidelli Kreidler
1976 Template:Country data Japan Suzuki Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Harley-Davidson Morbidelli Bultaco
1977 Template:Country data Japan Suzuki Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Kawasaki Morbidelli Bultaco
1978 Template:Country data Japan Suzuki Template:Country data Japan Kawasaki Template:Country data Japan Kawasaki Minarelli Bultaco
1979 Template:Country data Japan Suzuki Template:Country data Japan Kawasaki Template:Country data Japan Kawasaki Minarelli Kreidler
1980 Template:Country data Japan Suzuki Bimota Template:Country data Japan Kawasaki Minarelli Van Veen Kreidler
1981 Template:Country data Japan Suzuki Template:Country data Japan Kawasaki Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Minarelli Motul Bultaco
1982 Template:Country data Japan Suzuki Template:Country data Japan Kawasaki Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Garelli Kreidler
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc 50cc
1983 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Yamaha MBA Garelli
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc 80cc
1984 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Garelli Zündapp
1985 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda MBA Krauser
1986 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Honda Garelli Derbi
1987 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Honda Garelli Derbi
1988 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Honda Derbi Derbi
1989 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Krauser
Year 500cc 250cc 125cc
1990 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Honda
1991 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda
1992 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda
1993 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda
1994 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda
1995 Template:Country data Japan Honda Aprilia Template:Country data Japan Honda
1996 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Aprilia
1997 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Aprilia
1998 Template:Country data Japan Honda Aprilia Template:Country data Japan Honda
1999 Template:Country data Japan Honda Aprilia Template:Country data Japan Honda
2000 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Honda
2001 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda
Year MotoGP 250cc 125cc
2002 Template:Country data Japan Honda Aprilia Aprilia
2003 Template:Country data Japan Honda Aprilia Aprilia
2004 Template:Country data Japan Honda Template:Country data Japan Honda Aprilia
2005 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Template:Country data Japan Honda KTM
2006 Template:Country data Japan Honda Aprilia Aprilia
2007 Ducati Aprilia Aprilia
2008 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Aprilia Aprilia
2009 Template:Country data Japan Yamaha Aprilia Aprilia
Year MotoGP Moto2 125cc
2010

By constructor

Constructor MotoGP/500cc 350cc Moto2/250cc 125cc 80cc/50cc Total
Template:Country data Japan Honda 17 6 19 15 2 59
MV Agusta 16 9 5 7 37
Template:Country data Japan Yamaha 12 5 14 4 35
Aprilia 9 9 18
Template:Country data Japan Suzuki 7 3 5 15
Template:Country data Japan Kawasaki 4 4 1 9
Derbi 3 5 8
Moto Guzzi 4 3 7
Kreidler 7 7
Gilera 5 1 6
Mondial 1 4 5
Garelli 4 1 5
Norton 2 2 4
Minarelli 4 4
NSU 2 1 3
Morbidelli 3 3
Bultaco 3 3
Velocette 2 2
Benelli 2 2
Harley-Davidson 2 2
MBA 2 2
Krauser 2 2
Ducati 1 1
AJS 1 1
Bimota 1 1
KTM 1 1
Zündapp 1 1
Motul Bultaco 1 1
Van Veen Kreidler 1 1
Total 61 34 61 61 28 245

By country

Country MotoGP/500cc 350cc Moto2/250cc 125cc 80cc/50cc Total
Template:Country data Japan Japan 36 15 37 23 7 118
Italy 22 15 20 33 2 91
Germany 2 1 10 13
Spain 3 8 11
United Kingdom 3 4 7
United States 2 2
Austria 1 1
Netherlands 1 1
Total 61 34 61 61 28 245

Notes

See also

References

  1. ^ Gilera 500 Story
  2. ^ Guida alle moto da competizione by Luigi Rivola (1977) Arnoldo Mondadori Editore

External links


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