The 1993 Dutch TT was the seventh round of the 1993 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on 26 June 1993 at the TT Circuit Assen located in Assen, Netherlands.

Netherlands  1993 Dutch Grand Prix
Race details
Race 7 of 14 races in the
1993 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season
TT Circuit Assen 1984-2001.svg
Date26 June 1993
Official nameLucky Strike Dutch Grand Prix[1][2][3]
LocationTT Circuit Assen
  • Permanent racing facility
  • 6.049 km (3.759 mi)
500 cc
Pole position
Rider Australia Mick Doohan
Time 2:03.267
Fastest lap
Rider Brazil Alex Barros
Time 2:03.829
First United States Kevin Schwantz
Second Australia Mick Doohan
Third Spain Àlex Crivillé
250 cc
Pole position
Rider Italy Loris Capirossi
Time 2:06.007
Fastest lap
Rider United States John Kocinski
Time 2:06.951
First Italy Loris Capirossi
Second Japan Tetsuya Harada
Third United States John Kocinski
125 cc
Pole position
Rider Germany Dirk Raudies
Time 2:16.308
Fastest lap
Rider Japan Kazuto Sakata
Time 2:16.539
First Germany Dirk Raudies
Second Japan Kazuto Sakata
Third Austria Manfred Baumann

500 cc race reportEdit

Honda announces that Shinichi Itoh’s bike is fuel-injected not carburated, and that this is the first time it is being used. Wayne Rainey wants to use a ROC chassis instead of the factory one which was overstiff, but wasn’t allowed to.

Mick Doohan on pole where he had his accident the previous year.

Kevin Schwantz gets the start from Daryl Beattie and Doohan.

Beattie crashes out of third and Mat Mladin’s crashing bike in the same turn sends the marshalls running. Beattie walks away from it.

There’s a 3-way fight for 1st between Schwantz, Alex Barros and Doohan.

Barros crashes out of the lead, tumbling hard through the furrowed gravel, but is able to walk to the barriers. The way Barros was tossed up by the furrows in the gravel is a foreshadowing of Rainey at Misano.

Schwantz leads Doohan into the chicane on the last lap and Doohan tries a desperate pass, but Schwantz holds him off. Schwantz is now 28 points ahead of Rainey.

500 cc classificationEdit

Pos. Rider Team Manufacturer Time/Retired Points
1   Kevin Schwantz Lucky Strike Suzuki Suzuki 41:35.943 25
2   Mick Doohan Rothmans Honda Team Honda +0.829 20
3   Àlex Crivillé Marlboro Honda Pons Honda +13.518 16
4   Doug Chandler Cagiva Team Agostini Cagiva +13.822 13
5   Wayne Rainey Marlboro Team Roberts Yamaha +18.063 11
6   Shinichi Itoh HRC Rothmans Honda Honda +34.405 10
7   Luca Cadalora Marlboro Team Roberts Yamaha +56.425 9
8   Niall Mackenzie Valvoline Team WCM ROC Yamaha +56.672 8
9   Simon Crafar Peter Graves Racing Team Harris Yamaha +1:11.241 7
10   John Reynolds Padgett's Motorcycles Harris Yamaha +1:14.408 6
11   Bernard Garcia Yamaha Motor France Yamaha +1:14.429 5
12   Michael Rudroff Rallye Sport Harris Yamaha +1:22.378 4
13   José Kuhn Euromoto ROC Yamaha +1:22.827 3
14   Tsutomu Udagawa Team Udagawa ROC Yamaha +1:26.043 2
15   Laurent Naveau Euro Team ROC Yamaha +1:46.568 1
16   Sean Emmett Shell Team Harris Harris Yamaha +1:46.727
17   Andreas Meklau Austrian Racing Company ROC Yamaha +1:58.929
18   Renato Colleoni Team Elit ROC Yamaha +1:59.991
19   Kevin Mitchell MBM Racing Harris Yamaha +2:59.095
20   Andrew Stroud Team Harris Harris Yamaha +1 Lap
21   Cees Doorakkers Doorakkers Racing Harris Yamaha +1 Lap
Ret   Alex Barros Lucky Strike Suzuki Suzuki Retirement
Ret   Serge David Team ROC ROC Yamaha Retirement
Ret   Thierry Crine Ville de Paris ROC Yamaha Retirement
Ret   Marco Papa Librenti Corse Librenti Retirement
Ret   Jean Luc Romanens Argus Racing Team ROC Yamaha Retirement
Ret   Juan Lopez Mella Lopez Mella Racing Team ROC Yamaha Retirement
Ret   Jeremy McWilliams Millar Racing Yamaha Retirement
Ret   Matthew Mladin Cagiva Team Agostini Cagiva Retirement
Ret   Bruno Bonhuil MTD Objectif 500 ROC Yamaha Retirement
Ret   Daryl Beattie Rothmans Honda Team Honda Retirement

250 cc classificationEdit

Pos Rider Manufacturer Time/Retired Points
1   Loris Capirossi Honda 38:26.004 25
2   Tetsuya Harada Yamaha +3.917 20
3   John Kocinski Suzuki +4.680 16
4   Jean-Philippe Ruggia Aprilia +5.578 13
5   Helmut Bradl Honda +9.391 11
6   Loris Reggiani Aprilia +14.448 10
7   Wilco Zeelenberg Aprilia +14.512 9
8   Pierfrancesco Chili Yamaha +14.802 8
9   Alberto Puig Honda +24.690 7
10   Nobuatsu Aoki Honda +32.770 6
11   Luis d'Antin Honda +45.934 5
12   Adrian Bosshard Honda +52.218 4
13   Andreas Preining Aprilia +52.417 3
14   Eskil Suter Aprilia +52.590 2
15   Jurgen van den Goorbergh Aprilia +1:03.448 1
16   Jean-Michel Bayle Aprilia +1:18.804
17   Bernd Kassner Aprilia +1:19.624
18   Bernard Haenggeli Aprilia +1:21.790
19   Volker Bähr Honda +1:32.458
20   Massimo Pennacchioli Honda +1 Lap
21   Rudie Markink Yamaha +1 Lap
Ret   Frédéric Protat Aprilia Retirement
Ret   Alessandro Gramigni Gilera Retirement
Ret   Carlos Cardús Honda Retirement
Ret   Jochen Schmid Yamaha Retirement
Ret   Patrick van den Goorbergh Aprilia Retirement
Ret   Matthieu van Gaalen Aprilia Retirement
Ret   Loek Bodelier Honda Retirement
Ret   Jean-Pierre Jeandat Aprilia Retirement
Ret   Max Biaggi Honda Retirement
Ret   Luis Maurel Aprilia Retirement
Ret   Paolo Casoli Gilera Retirement
Ret   Tadayuki Okada Honda Retirement
Ret   Doriano Romboni Honda Retirement
Ret   Juan Borja Honda Retirement


  1. ^ "Grand Prix uitslagen en bijzonderheden 1993". 25 July 2015. Archived from the original on 25 July 2015. Retrieved 19 May 2018.
  2. ^ Mitchell, Malcolm. "1993 500cc Class (FIM Grand Prix World Championship) Programmes - The Motor Racing Programme Covers Project".
  3. ^ Mitchell, Malcolm. "TT Circuit Assen - The Motor Racing Programme Covers Project". Retrieved 19 May 2018.
  4. ^ "1993 Dutch TT MotoGP - Motor Sport Magazine Database". 13 June 2017.
  5. ^ " · DUTCH TT · 500cc Race Classification 1993".

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