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Dutch TT

The Dutch TT (Tourist Trophy) is a motorcycling event, traditionally held on the last Saturday of June at the TT Circuit Assen in the Netherlands, as part of the MotoGP World Championship. In the past all classes (50 cc, 125 cc, 250 cc, 350 cc, 500 cc and sidecars) were part of the TT, nowadays only the Moto3, Moto2 and the MotoGP classes compete. The circuit where the race is held is known as "The Cathedral" of motorcycling. The Dutch TT was held for the first time in 1925. Since then the event has taken place every year with the exception of the years 1940 to 1945 because of the Second World War.[1] This makes it the longest-running event on the MotoGP calendar.[2]

Winners of Dutch TT

Active engine displacements

Year Moto3 Moto2 MotoGP Report
2014 Álex Márquez (Honda) Anthony West (Speed Up) Marc Márquez (Honda) Report
2013 Luis Salom (KTM) Pol Espargaró (Kalex) Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Report
2012 Maverick Viñales (Honda) Marc Márquez (Suter) Casey Stoner (Honda) Report
Year 125 cc Moto2 MotoGP Report
2011 Maverick Viñales (Aprilia) Marc Márquez (Suter) Ben Spies (Yamaha) Report
2010 Marc Márquez (Derbi) Andrea Iannone (Speed Up) Jorge Lorenzo (Yamaha) Report
Year 125cc 250 cc MotoGP Report
2009 Sergio Gadea (Aprilia) Hiroshi Aoyama (Honda) Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Report
2008 Gábor Talmácsi (Aprilia) Álvaro Bautista (Aprilia) Casey Stoner (Ducati) Report
2007 Mattia Pasini (Aprilia) Jorge Lorenzo (Aprilia) Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Report
2006 Mika Kallio (KTM) Jorge Lorenzo (Aprilia) Nicky Hayden (Honda) Report
2005 Gábor Talmácsi (KTM) Sebastián Porto (Aprilia) Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Report
2004 Jorge Lorenzo (Derbi) Sebastián Porto (Aprilia) Valentino Rossi (Yamaha) Report
2003 Steve Jenkner (Aprilia) Anthony West (Aprilia) Sete Gibernau (Honda) Report
2002 Daniel Pedrosa (Honda) Marco Melandri (Aprilia) Valentino Rossi (Honda) Report
Year 125 cc 250 cc 500 cc
2001 Toni Elías (Honda) Jeremy McWilliams (Aprilia) Max Biaggi (Yamaha) Report
2000 Youichi Ui (Derbi) Tohru Ukawa (Honda) Alex Barros (Honda) Report
1999 Masao Azuma (Honda) Loris Capirossi (Honda) Tadayuki Okada (Honda) Report
1998 Marco Melandri (Honda) Valentino Rossi (Aprilia) Mick Doohan (Honda) Report
1997 Valentino Rossi (Aprilia) Tetsuya Harada (Aprilia) Mick Doohan (Honda) Report
1996 Emilio Alzamora (Honda) Ralf Waldmann (Honda) Mick Doohan (Honda) Report
1995 Dirk Raudies (Honda) Max Biaggi (Aprilia) Mick Doohan (Honda) Report
1994 Takeshi Tsujimura (Honda) Max Biaggi (Aprilia) Mick Doohan (Honda) Report
1993 Dirk Raudies (Honda) Loris Capirossi (Honda) Kevin Schwantz (Suzuki) Report
1992 Ezio Gianola (Honda) Pierfrancesco Chili (Aprilia) Àlex Crivillé (Honda) Report
1991 Ralf Waldmann (Honda) Pierfrancesco Chili (Aprilia) Kevin Schwantz (Suzuki) Report
1990 Doriano Romboni (Honda) John Kocinski (Yamaha) Kevin Schwantz (Suzuki) Report
Year 80 cc 125 cc 250 cc 350 cc 500 cc Report
1989 Peter Öttl (Krauser) Hans Spaan (Honda) Reinhold Roth (Honda) Wayne Rainey (Yamaha) Report
1988 Jorge Martínez (Derbi) Jorge Martínez (Derbi) Juan Garriga (Yamaha) Wayne Gardner (Honda) Report
1987 Jorge Martínez (Derbi) Fausto Gresini (Garelli) Anton Mang (Honda) Eddie Lawson (Yamaha) Report
1986 Jorge Martínez (Derbi) Luca Cadalora (Garelli) Carlos Lavado (Yamaha) Wayne Gardner (Honda) Report
1985 Gerd Kafka (Casal) Pier Paolo Bianchi (MBA) Freddie Spencer (Honda) Randy Mamola (Honda) Report
1984 Jorge Martínez (Derbi) Ángel Nieto (Garelli) Carlos Lavado (Yamaha) Randy Mamola (Honda) Report
Year 50 cc 125 cc 250 cc 350 cc 500 cc
1983 Eugenio Lazzarini (Garelli) Ángel Nieto (Garelli) Carlos Lavado (Yamaha) Kenny Roberts (Yamaha) Report
1982 Stefan Dörflinger (Kreidler) Ángel Nieto (Garelli) Anton Mang (Kawasaki) Jean-François Baldé (Kawasaki) Franco Uncini (Suzuki) Report
1981 Ricardo Tormo (Bultaco) Ángel Nieto (Minarelli) Anton Mang (Kawasaki) Anton Mang (Kawasaki) Marco Lucchinelli (Suzuki) Report
1980 Ricardo Tormo (Kreidler) Ángel Nieto (Minarelli) Carlos Lavado (Yamaha) Jon Ekerold (Yamaha) Jack Middelburg (Yamaha) Report
1979 Eugenio Lazzarini (Kreidler) Ángel Nieto (Minarelli) Graziano Rossi (Morbidelli) Gregg Hansford (Kawasaki) Virginio Ferrari (Suzuki) Report
1978 Eugenio Lazzarini (MBA) Eugenio Lazzarini (MBA) Kenny Roberts (Yamaha) Kork Ballington (Kawasaki) Johnny Cecotto (Yamaha) Report
1977 Ángel Nieto (Bultaco) Ángel Nieto (Bultaco) Mick Grant (Kawasaki) Kork Ballington (Yamaha) Wil Hartog (Suzuki) Report
1976 Ángel Nieto (Bultaco) Pier Paolo Bianchi (Morbidelli) Walter Villa
(Harley Davidson)
Giacomo Agostini (Yamaha) Barry Sheene (Suzuki) Report
1975 Ángel Nieto (Kreidler) Pier Paolo Bianchi (Morbidelli) Walter Villa
(Harley Davidson)
Dieter Braun (Yamaha) Barry Sheene (Suzuki) Report
1974 Herbert Rittberger (Kreidler) Bruno Kneubühler (Yamaha) Walter Villa
(Harley Davidson)
Giacomo Agostini (Yamaha) Giacomo Agostini (Yamaha) Report
1973 Bruno Kneubühler (Kreidler) Eugenio Lazzarini (Maico) Dieter Braun (Yamaha) Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Phil Read
(MV Agusta)
Report
1972 Ángel Nieto (Derbi) Ángel Nieto (Derbi) Rodney Gould (Yamaha) Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Report
1971 Ángel Nieto (Derbi) Ángel Nieto (Derbi) Phil Read (Yamaha) Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Report
1970 Ángel Nieto (Derbi) Dieter Braun (Suzuki) Rodney Gould (Yamaha) Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Report
1969 Barry Smith (Derbi) Dave Simmonds (Kawasaki) Renzo Pasolini (Benelli) Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Report
1968 Paul Lodewijkx (Jamathi) Phil Read (Yamaha) Bill Ivy (Yamaha) Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Giacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
Report
1967 Yoshimi Katayama (Suzuki) Phil Read (Honda) Mike Hailwood (Honda) Mike Hailwood (Honda) Mike Hailwood (Honda) Report
1966 Luigi Taveri (Honda) Bill Ivy (Yamaha) Mike Hailwood (Honda) Mike Hailwood (Honda) Jim Redman (Honda) Report
1965 Ralph Bryans (Honda) Mike Duff (Yamaha) Phil Read (Yamaha) Jim Redman (Honda) Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
Report
1964 Ralph Bryans (Honda) Jim Redman (Honda) Jim Redman (Honda) Jim Redman (Honda) Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
Report
1963 Ernst Degner (Suzuki) Hugh Anderson (Suzuki) Jim Redman (Honda) Jim Redman (Honda) John Hartle (Gilera) Report
1962 Ernst Degner (Suzuki) Luigi Taveri (Honda) Jim Redman (Honda) Jim Redman (Honda) Mike Hailwood
(MV Agusta)
Report
1961 Tom Phillis (Honda) Mike Hailwood (Honda) Gary Hocking
(MV Agusta)
Gary Hocking
(MV Agusta)
Report
1960 Carlo Ubbiali
(MV Agusta)
Carlo Ubbiali
(MV Agusta)
John Surtees
(MV Agusta)
Remo Venturi
(MV Agusta)
Report
1959 Carlo Ubbiali
(MV Agusta)
Tarquinio Provini
(MV Agusta)
Bob Brown (Norton) John Surtees
(MV Agusta)
Report
1958 Carlo Ubbiali
(MV Agusta)
Tarquinio Provini
(MV Agusta)
John Surtees
(MV Agusta)
John Surtees
(MV Agusta)
Report
1957 Tarquinio Provini (Mondial) Tarquinio Provini (Mondial) Keith Campbell
(Moto Guzzi)
John Surtees
(MV Agusta)
Report
1956 Carlo Ubbiali
(MV Agusta)
Carlo Ubbiali
(MV Agusta)
Bill Lomas
(Moto Guzzi)
John Surtees
(MV Agusta)
Report
1955 Carlo Ubbiali
(MV Agusta)
Luigi Taveri
(MV Agusta)
Ken Kavanagh
(Moto Guzzi)
Geoff Duke (Gilera) Report
1954 Rupert Hollaus (NSU) Werner Haas (NSU) Fergus Anderson (Moto Guzzi) Geoff Duke (Gilera) Report
1953 Werner Haas (NSU) Werner Haas (NSU) Enrico Lorenzetti
(Moto Guzzi)
Geoff Duke (Gilera) Report
1952 Cecil Sandford
(MV Agusta)
Enrico Lorenzetti (Moto Guzzi) Geoff Duke (Norton) Umberto Masetti (Gilera) Report
1951 Gianni Leoni (Mondial) Bill Doran (AJS) Geoff Duke (Norton) Report
1950 Bruno Ruffo (Mondial) Bob Foster (Velocette) Umberto Masetti (Gilera) Report
1949 Nello Pagani (Mondial) Freddie Frith (Velocette) Nello Pagani (Gilera) Report

References

  1. ^ Circuit trivia www.motogp.com
  2. ^ Circuit info hondaproracing.com

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