List of Grand Prix motorcycle racing European champions

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List of Grand Prix motorcycle racing FICM European Champions, from 1924 to 1939 and from 1981, in order of year and engine displacement.

By season[edit]

2008–[edit]

Year 125cc/Moto3
2013 Czech Republic Karel Hanika (KTM)
2012 Italy Matteo Ferrari (Honda)
Year 125cc
2011 Italy Romano Fenati (Aprilia)
2010 Spain Maverick Viñales (Aprilia)
2009 Germany Marcel Schrötter (Honda)
2008 Italy Lorenzo Savadori (Aprilia)

1990–2007[edit]

Year 250cc 125cc
2007 Spain Alvaro Molina (Aprilia) Hungary Alen Győrfi (Honda)
2006 Spain Alvaro Molina (Aprilia) Austria Philipp Eitzinger (Honda)
2005 Spain Alvaro Molina (Aprilia) Italy Michele Conti (Honda)
2004 Spain Alvaro Molina (Aprilia) Italy Michele Pirro (Aprilia)
2003 Japan Taro Sekiguchi (Yamaha) Italy Mattia Angeloni (Honda)
2002 Spain Alvaro Molina (Aprilia) Italy Marco Simoncelli (Aprilia)
2001 Spain David García (Honda) Italy Andrea Dovizioso (Aprilia)
2000 Italy Riccardo Chiarello (Aprilia) Italy Diego Giugovaz (Aprilia)
1999 Italy Ivan Clementi (Aprilia) Germany Klaus Nöhles (Honda)
1998 Germany Alex Hofmann (Honda) Italy Max Sabbatani (Aprilia)
1997 Italy Davide Bulega (Aprilia) France Arnaud Vincent (Aprilia)
1996 Argentina Sebastián Porto (Aprilia) Spain Jorge Martínez (Aprilia)
1995 Italy Luca Boscoscuro (Aprilia) Italy Lucio Cecchinello (Honda)
1994 France Régis Laconi (Honda) Italy Ivan Cremonini (Honda)
1993 Italy Giuseppe Fiorillo (Aprilia) Italy Stefano Perugini (Aprilia)
1992 Spain Luis Carlos Maurel (Aprilia) Spain Juan Borja (Honda)
1991 Italy Max Biaggi (Aprilia) Germany Oliver Koch (Honda)
1990 Netherlands Leon van der Heijen (Aprilia) Spain Xavier Debón (JJ Cobas/Rotax)

1981–1989[edit]

Year 500 cc 250 cc 125 cc 80 cc
1989 Sweden Peter Lindén (Honda) Italy Andrea Borgonovo (Aprilia) Italy Gabriele Debbia (Aprilia) Spain Jaime Mariano (Casal)
1988 Italy Alberto Rota (Honda) Italy Fausto Ricci (Yamaha/Aprilia) Italy Emilio Cuppini (Garelli) Bulgaria Bogdan Nikolov (Krauser)
1987 Germany Manfred Fischer (Honda) Andorra Xavier Cardelús (JJ Cobas/Rotax) Germany Adolf Stadler (MBA) Spain Julián Miralles (Derbi)
1986 Italy Massimo Messere (Honda) Austria Hans Lindner (Rotax) Italy Claudio Macciotta (MBA) Italy Bruno Casanova (Unimoto)
1985 Switzerland Marco Gentile (Yamaha) Italy Massimo Matteoni (Honda) Italy Pierfrancesco Chili (MBA) Germany Günter Schirnhofer (Rupp)
1984 Finland Eero Hyvärinen (Suzuki) United Kingdom Gary Noel (Exactweld) Germany Norbert Peschke (MBA) Germany Richard Bay (Rupp)
1983 Sweden Peter Sköld (Suzuki) Spain Carlos Cardús (Kobas/Rotax) Germany Willy Hupperich (MBA) Germany Hubert Abold (Zündapp)
Year 500 cc 250 cc 125 cc 50 cc
1982 Italy Fabio Biliotti (Suzuki) Germany Reinhold Roth (FKN-Yamaha) Italy Stefano Caracchi (MBA) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Zdravko Matulja (Tomos)
1981 Italy Leandro Becheroni (Suzuki) Germany Herbert Hauf (Yamaha) Italy Pierluigi Aldrovandi (MBA) Italy Giuseppe Ascareggi (Minarelli)

1947–1948[edit]

Year 500 cc 350 cc 250 cc Sidecars
1948 Italy Enrico Lorenzetti
(Moto Guzzi)
United Kingdom Freddie Frith
(Velocette)
United Kingdom Maurice Cann
(Moto Guzzi)
1947 Italy Omobono Tenni
(Moto Guzzi)
United Kingdom Fergus Anderson
(Velocette)
Italy Bruno Francisci
(Moto Guzzi)
Italy Luigi Cavanna / Paolo Cavanna
(Moto Guzzi)

1924–1939[edit]

Year 1000 cc 750 cc 500 cc 350 cc 250 cc 175 cc 125 cc
1939 Italy Dorino Serafini
(Gilera)
Germany Heiner Fleischmann
(DKW)
Germany Ewald Kluge
(DKW)
1938 Germany Georg Meier
(BMW)
United Kingdom Ted Mellors
(Velocette)
Germany Ewald Kluge
(DKW)
1937 United Kingdom Jimmie Guthrie
(Norton)
United Kingdom Jimmie Guthrie
(Norton)
Italy Omobono Tenni
(Moto Guzzi)
1936 United Kingdom Jimmie Guthrie
(Norton)
United Kingdom Freddie Frith
(Norton)
Republic of Ireland Henry Tyrell-Smith
(Excelsior)
1935 United Kingdom Jimmie Guthrie
(Norton)
United Kingdom Wal Handley
(Velocette)
Germany Arthur Geiß
(DKW)
1934 Belgium Pol Demeuter
(FN)
United Kingdom Jimmie Simpson
(Norton)
Germany Walfried Winkler
(DKW)
Belgium Yvan Goor
(Benelli)
1933 Sweden Gunnar Kalén
(Husqvarna)
United Kingdom Jimmie Simpson
(Norton)
United Kingdom Charlie Dodson
(New Imperial)
1932 Italy Piero Taruffi
(Norton)
France Louis Jeannin
(Jonghi)
Italy Riccardo Brusi
(Moto Guzzi)
Italy Carlo Baschieri
(Benelli)
1931 United Kingdom Percy Hunt
(Norton)
United Kingdom Ernie Nott
(Rudge)
United Kingdom Graham Walker
(Rudge)
United Kingdom Eric Fernihough
(Excelsior)
1930 Republic of Ireland Henry Tyrell-Smith
(Rudge)
United Kingdom Ernie Nott
(Rudge)
United Kingdom Syd Crabtree
(Excelsior)
Belgium Yvan Goor
(DKW)
1929 United Kingdom Percy Hunt
(Norton)
United Kingdom Leo Davenport
(AJS)
United Kingdom Frank Longman
(OK-Supreme)
Germany Josef Klein
(DKW)
1928 United Kingdom Wal Handley
(Motosacoche)
United Kingdom Wal Handley
(Motosacoche)
United Kingdom Cecil Ashby
(OK-Supreme)
Italy Alfredo Panella
(Ladetto/Blatto)
Switzerland Paul Lehmann
(Moser)
1927 Germany Josef Giggenbach
(Bayerland/JAP)
Germany Josef Stelzer
(BMW)
United Kingdom Graham Walker
(Sunbeam)
United Kingdom Jimmie Simpson
(AJS)
United Kingdom Cecil Ashby
(OK-Supreme)
Germany Willy Henkelmann
(DKW)
1926 United Kingdom Jimmie Simpson
(AJS)
United Kingdom Frank Longman
(AJS)
United Kingdom Jock Porter
(New Gerrard)
Belgium René Milhoux
(Ready/Blackburne)
1925 Italy Mario Revelli
(GR/JAP)
Italy Tazio Nuvolari
(Bianchi)
United Kingdom Jock Porter
(New Gerrard)
Italy Mario Vaga
(Maffeis/Blackburne)
1924 Italy Guido Mentasti
(Moto Guzzi)
United Kingdom Jimmie Simpson
(AJS)
Belgium Maurice van Geert
(Rush/Blackburne)

By rider (1924–1939)[edit]

Multiple European Championship holders:

Rider Titles
United Kingdom Jimmie Simpson 5 (1 x 500 cc, 4 x 350 cc)
United Kingdom Jimmie Guthrie 4 (3 x 500 cc, 1 x 350 cc)
United Kingdom Wal Handley 3 (1 x 500 cc, 2 x 350 cc)
United Kingdom Percy Hunt 2 (2 x 500 cc)
Republic of Ireland Henry Tyrell-Smith 2 (1 x 500 cc, 1 x 250 cc)
United Kingdom Graham Walker 2 (1 x 500 cc, 1 x 250 cc)
United Kingdom Ernie Nott 2 (2 x 350 cc)
United Kingdom Frank Longman 2 (1 x 350 cc, 1 x 250 cc)
United Kingdom Cecil Ashby 2 (2 x 250 cc)
Germany Ewald Kluge 2 (2 x 250 cc)
United Kingdom Jock Porter 2 (2 x 250 cc)
Belgium Yvan Goor 2 (2 x 175 cc)