Dutch TT

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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[edit]

Active engine displacements[edit]

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

References[edit]

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

Coordinates: 52°57′42″N 6°31′24″E / 52.96167°N 6.52333°E / 52.96167; 6.52333