List of Grand Prix motorcycle racing European champions

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

By seasonEdit

2008–2013Edit

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

1990–2007Edit

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

1981–1989Edit

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

1947–1948Edit

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

1924–1939Edit

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

By rider (1924–1939)Edit

Multiple European Championship holders:

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