Hungarian motorcycle Grand Prix
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|Grand Prix motorcycle racing|
|Most wins (rider)||Luca Cadalora, Loris Capirossi, Mick Doohan, Alessandro Gramigni, John Kocinski, Eddie Lawson (1)|
|Most wins (manufacturer)||Honda (3)|
The Hungarian motorcycle Grand Prix was a motorcycling event that had been part of the Grand Prix motorcycle racing World Championship.
Only two editions were held, and despite efforts to engineer a return in 2010 at the Balatonring circuit, the race did not take place and was replaced on the calendar by the Aragon motorcycle Grand Prix.
|Year||Track||125 cc||250 cc||500 cc||Report|
|1992||Hungaroring||Alessandro Gramigni||Aprilia||Luca Cadalora||Honda||Eddie Lawson||Cagiva||Report|
|1990||Hungaroring||Loris Capirossi||Honda||John Kocinski||Yamaha||Mick Doohan||Honda||Report|
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