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Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix

The Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix is a motorcycling event that is part of the FIM Grand Prix motorcycle racing season that takes place at Circuito Permanente de Jerez outside Jerez de la Frontera in Andalucia. In addition to this event, three other motorcycling events take place in Spain as of the 2010 season: the Catalan motorcycle Grand Prix, the Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix and the Valencian Community motorcycle Grand Prix, in the autonomous communities of Catalonia, Aragon and Valencia respectively.

Winners of the Spanish motorcycle Grand Prix

Year Track Moto3 Moto2 MotoGP Report
2015 Jerez Danny Kent Jonas Folger Jorge Lorenzo Report
2014 Jerez Romano Fenati Mika Kallio Marc Márquez Report
2013 Jerez Maverick Viñales Esteve Rabat Dani Pedrosa Report
2012 Jerez Romano Fenati Pol Espargaro Casey Stoner Report
Year Track 125cc Moto2 MotoGP Report
2011 Jerez Nicolás Terol Andrea Iannone Jorge Lorenzo Report
2010 Jerez Pol Espargaró Toni Elias Jorge Lorenzo Report
Year Track 125cc 250cc MotoGP Report
2009 Jerez Bradley Smith Hiroshi Aoyama Valentino Rossi Report
2008 Jerez Simone Corsi Mika Kallio Dani Pedrosa Report
2007 Jerez Gábor Talmácsi Jorge Lorenzo Valentino Rossi Report
2006 Jerez Alvaro Bautista Jorge Lorenzo Loris Capirossi Report
2005 Jerez Marco Simoncelli Dani Pedrosa Valentino Rossi Report
2004 Jerez Marco Simoncelli Roberto Rolfo Sete Gibernau Report
2003 Jerez Lucio Cecchinello Toni Elías Valentino Rossi Report
2002 Jerez Lucio Cecchinello Fonsi Nieto Valentino Rossi Report
Year Track 125cc 250cc 500cc Report
2001 Jerez Masao Azuma Daijiro Kato Valentino Rossi Report
2000 Jerez Emilio Alzamora Ralf Waldmann Kenny Roberts, Jr. Report
1999 Jerez Masao Azuma Valentino Rossi Àlex Crivillé Report
1998 Jerez Kazuto Sakata Loris Capirossi Àlex Crivillé Report
1997 Jerez Valentino Rossi Ralf Waldmann Àlex Crivillé Report
1996 Jerez Haruchika Aoki Max Biaggi Michael Doohan Report
1995 Jerez Haruchika Aoki Tetsuya Harada Alberto Puig Report
1994 Jerez Kazuto Sakata Jean-Philippe Ruggia Michael Doohan Report
1993 Jerez Kazuto Sakata Tetsuya Harada Kevin Schwantz Report
1992 Jerez Ralf Waldmann Loris Reggiani Michael Doohan Report
1991 Jerez Noboru Ueda Helmut Bradl Michael Doohan Report
1990 Jerez Jorge Martínez John Kocinski Wayne Gardner Report
Year Track 80cc 125cc 250cc 500cc Report
1989 Jerez Herri Torrontegui Àlex Crivillé Luca Cadalora Eddie Lawson Report
1988 Jarama Stefan Dörflinger Jorge Martínez Sito Pons Kevin Magee Report
1987 Jerez Jorge Martínez Fausto Gresini Martin Wimmer Wayne Gardner Report
1986 Jarama Jorge Martínez Fausto Gresini Carlos Lavado Wayne Gardner Report
1985 Jarama Jorge Martínez Pier Paolo Bianchi Carlos Lavado Freddie Spencer Report
1984 Jarama Pier Paolo Bianchi Angel Nieto Sito Pons Eddie Lawson Report
Year Track 50cc 125cc 250cc 500cc Report
1983 Jarama Eugenio Lazzarini Angel Nieto Hervé Guilleux Freddie Spencer Report
1982 Jarama Stefan Dörflinger Angel Nieto Carlos Lavado Kenny Roberts Report
1981 Jarama Ricardo Tormo Angel Nieto Anton Mang Report
Year Track 50cc 125cc 250cc 350cc 500cc Report
1980 Jarama Eugenio Lazzarini Pier Paolo Bianchi Kork Ballington Kenny Roberts Report
1979 Jarama Eugenio Lazzarini Angel Nieto Kork Ballington Kork Ballington Kenny Roberts Report
1978 Jarama Eugenio Lazzarini Eugenio Lazzarini Gregg Hansford Pat Hennen Report
1977 Jarama Angel Nieto Pier Paolo Bianchi Takazumi Katayama Michel Rougerie Report
1976 Montjuich Angel Nieto Pier Paolo Bianchi Gianfranco Bonera Kork Ballington Report
1975 Jarama Angel Nieto Paolo Pileri Walter Villa Giacomo Agostini Report
1974 Montjuich Henk van Kessel Benjamin Grau John Dodds Víctor Palomo Report
1973 Jarama Jan de Vries Chas Mortimer John Dodds Adu Celso-Santos Phil Read Report
1972 Montjuich Angel Nieto Kent Andersson Renzo Pasolini Bruno Kneubühler Chas Mortimer Report
1971 Jarama Jan de Vries Angel Nieto Jarno Saarinen Teuvo Länsivuori Dave Simmonds Report
1970 Montjuich Salvador Cañellas Angel Nieto Kent Andersson Angelo Bergamonti Angelo Bergamonti Report
1969 Jarama Aalt Toersen Cees van Dongen Santiago Herrero Giacomo Agostini Giacomo Agostini Report
1968 Montjuich Hans-Georg Anscheidt Salvador Cañellas Phil Read Giacomo Agostini Report
1967 Montjuich Hans-Georg Anscheidt Bill Ivy Phil Read Report
1966 Montjuich Luigi Taveri Bill Ivy Mike Hailwood Report
1965 Montjuich Hugh Anderson Hugh Anderson Phil Read Report
1964 Montjuich Hans-Georg Anscheidt Luigi Taveri Tarquinio Provini Report
1963 Montjuich Hans-Georg Anscheidt Luigi Taveri Tarquinio Provini Report
1962 Montjuich Hans-Georg Anscheidt Kunimitsu Takahashi Jim Redman Report
1961 Montjuich Tom Phillis Gary Hocking Report
1955 Montjuich Luigi Taveri Reg Armstrong Report
1954 Montjuich Tarquinio Provini Fergus Anderson Dickie Dale Report
1953 Montjuich Angelo Copeta Enrico Lorenzetti Fergus Anderson Report
1952 Montjuich Emilio Mendogni Leslie Graham Report
1951 Montjuich Guido Leoni Tommy Wood Umberto Masetti Report
1950 Montjuich Nello Pagani Tommy Wood Nello Pagani Report
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