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The San Marino and Rimini Coast's motorcycle Grand Prix is a motorcycling event that is part of the World Motorcycle Racing season. The name of the race is a misnomer as the race has always taken place in Italy, but because there is already an Italian motocycle Grand Prix it was called the San Marino Grand Prix because of the tracks position near San Marino. The race was first put the seasons schedule in 1981, but has been taken off and re-introduced a few times. Most recently it was re-introduced for the 2007 season.

Winners of the San Marino motorcycle Grand Prix

Year Track 125 cc 250 cc MotoGP Report
2009 Misano Spain Julián Simón (Aprilia) Spain Héctor Barberá (Honda) Italy Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Report
2008 Misano Hungary Gábor Talmácsi (Aprilia) Spain Álvaro Bautista (Aprilia) Italy Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Report
2007 Misano Italy Mattia Pasini (Aprilia) Spain Jorge Lorenzo (Aprilia) Australia Casey Stoner (Ducati) Report
Year Track 125 cc 250 cc 500 cc Report
1993 Mugello Germany Dirk Raudies (Honda) Italy Loris Capirossi (Honda) Australia Michael Doohan (Honda) Report
1991 Mugello Germany Peter Öttl (Rotax) Italy Luca Cadalora (Honda) United States Wayne Rainey (Yamaha) Report
Year Track 80 cc 125 cc 250 cc 500 cc Report
1987 Misano Spain Manuel Herreros (Derbi) Italy Fausto Gresini (AGV) Italy Loris Reggiani (Aprilia) United States Randy Mamola (Yamaha) Report
1986 Misano Italy Pier Paolo Bianchi (Seel) Germany August Auinger (Bartol) Japan Tadahiko Taira (Yamaha) United States Eddie Lawson (Yamaha) Report
1985 Misano Spain Jorge Martínez (Derbi) Italy Fausto Gresini (Garelli) Venezuela Carlos Lavado (Yamaha) United States Eddie Lawson (Yamaha) Report
1984 Mugello Flag of Germany.svg Gerhard Waibel (Real) Italy Maurizio Vitali (MBA) Germany Manfred Herweh (Real-Rotax) United States Randy Mamola (Honda) Report
Year Track 50 cc 125 cc 250 cc 500 cc Report
1983 Imola Spain Ricardo Tormo (Garelli) Italy Maurizio Vitali (MBA) United States Kenny Roberts (Yamaha) Report
1982 Mugello Italy Eugenio Lazzarini (Garelli) Germany Anton Mang (Kawasaki) United States Freddie Spencer (Honda) Report
1981 Imola Spain Ricardo Tormo (Bultaco) Italy Loris Reggiani (Minarelli) Germany Anton Mang (Kawasaki) Italy Marco Lucchinelli (Suzuki) Report


Sources

World Encyclopedia of Motorsport (2007 edition), infoplease.com

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