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Winning MotoGP – a bigger picture

Manufacturers participate in racing for a variety of reasons, including brand exposure, technological advancements, and market research.

Brand awareness and other marketing reasons are a main factor here: with 20+ races around the globe and nine months of fierce competition, the MotoGP World Championship is a phenomenal global marketing platform bot for B2C and B2B activities.

Nonetheless, MotoGP and the smaller classes provides an opportunity for manufacturers to showcase their engineering expertise and innovation in a highly competitive environment. Engaging in motorsports can drive advances in materials science, aerodynamics, and propulsion systems that can potentially transfer from the race track to production vehicles. By competing and performing well in MotoGP, manufacturers can increase brand loyalty among fans who appreciate high-performance motorcycles, leading to long-term sales growth.

Participating in the top tier of two-wheel racing grants manufacturers access to invaluable data on performance and user preferences that they can use to refine their offerings for current and future customers: it’s not just about winning races—it’s about furthering technology leadership while increasing consumer demand for a manufacturer’s products.

Japanese manufacturer Honda holds the record for the most wins in the premier class of moto racing (MotoGP and 500cc), with 313. Archrival Yamaha are a close second, with 245. Both makers have been active since the mid-60s. Italian legend MV Augusta sits third on the podium, with 139: an impressive result considering the Varese brand has been active only until 1976 in the top class.

List of Grand Prix motorcycle racing World Constructors’ Champions

Find below the complete list for every constructor’s champion from 1949 until today.

Season Constructor Class
2022 Ducati MotoGP™
2022 Kalex MotoGP™
2022 GasGas Moto3™
2022 Energica MotoE™
2021 Yamaha MotoGP™
2021 Kalex Moto2™
2021 KTM Moto3™
2021 Energica MotoE™
2020 Suzuki MotoGP™
2020 Kalex Moto2™
2020 KTM Moto3™
2020 Energica MotoE™
2019 Honda MotoGP™
2019 Kalex Moto2™
2019 Honda Moto3™
2019 Energica MotoE™
2018 Honda MotoGP™
2018 Kalex Moto2™
2018 Honda Moto3™
2017 Honda MotoGP™
2017 Kalex Moto2™
2017 Honda Moto3™
2016 Honda MotoGP™
2016 Kalex Moto2™
2016 KTM Moto3™
2015 Yamaha MotoGP™
2015 Kalex Moto2™
2015 Honda Moto3™
2014 Honda MotoGP™
2014 Kalex Moto2™
2014 Honda Moto3™
2013 Honda MotoGP™
2013 Kalex Moto2™
2013 KTM Moto3™
2012 Yamaha MotoGP™
2012 Suter Moto2™
2012 KTM Moto3™
2011 Honda MotoGP™
2011 Kalex Moto2™
2011 Aprilia 125cc
2010 Yamaha MotoGP™
2010 Moriwaki Moto2™
2010 Derbi 125cc
2009 Yamaha MotoGP™
2009 Honda 250cc
2009 Aprilia 125cc
2008 Yamaha MotoGP™
2008 Gilera 250cc
2008 Derbi 125cc
2007 Ducati MotoGP™
2007 Aprilia 250cc
2007 Aprilia 125cc
2006 Honda MotoGP™
2006 Aprilia 250cc
2006 Aprilia 125cc
2005 Yamaha MotoGP™
2005 Honda 250cc
2005 Honda 125cc
2004 Yamaha MotoGP™
2004 Honda 250cc
2004 Honda 125cc
2003 Honda MotoGP™
2003 Aprilia 250cc
2003 Honda 125cc
2002 Honda MotoGP™
2002 Aprilia 250cc
2002 Aprilia 125cc
2001 Honda MotoGP™
2001 Honda 250cc
2001 Gilera 125cc
2000 Suzuki MotoGP™
2000 Yamaha 250cc
2000 Aprilia 125cc
1999 Honda 500cc
1999 Aprilia 250cc
1999 Honda 125cc
1998 Honda 500cc
1998 Aprilia 250cc
1998 Honda 125cc
1997 Honda 500cc
1997 Honda 250cc
1997 Aprilia 125cc
1996 Honda 500cc
1996 Aprilia 250cc
1996 Honda 125cc
1995 Honda 500cc
1995 Aprilia 250cc
1995 Honda 125cc
1994 Honda 500cc
1994 Aprilia 250cc
1994 Aprilia 125cc
1993 Suzuki 500cc
1993 Yamaha 250cc
1993 Honda 125cc
1992 Yamaha 500cc
1992 Honda 250cc
1992 Aprilia 125cc
1991 Yamaha 500cc
1991 Honda 250cc
1991 Honda 125cc
1990 Yamaha 500cc
1990 Yamaha 250cc
1990 Honda 125cc
1989 Honda 500cc
1989 Honda 250cc
1989 JJ Cobas 125cc
1989 Derbi 80cc
1988 Yamaha 500cc
1988 Honda 250cc
1988 Derbi 125cc
1988 Derbi 80cc
1987 Honda 500cc
1987 Honda 250cc
1987 Garelli 125cc
1987 Derbi 80cc
1986 Yamaha 500cc
1986 Yamaha 250cc
1986 Garelli 125cc
1986 Derbi 80cc
1985 Honda 500cc
1985 Honda 250cc
1985 Garelli 125cc
1985 Krauser 80cc
1984 Yamaha 500cc
1984 Chevallier 250cc
1984 Garelli 125cc
1984 Zundapp 80cc
1983 Honda 500cc
1983 Yamaha 250cc
1983 Garelli 125cc
1983 Krauser 50cc
1982 Suzuki 500cc
1982 Yamaha 250cc
1982 Garelli 125cc
1982 Kawasaki 350cc
1982 Kreidler 50cc
1981 Suzuki 500cc
1981 Kawasaki 250cc
1981 Minarelli 125cc
1981 Kawasaki 350cc
1981 Motul Bultaco 50cc
1980 Yamaha 500cc
1980 Kawasaki 250cc
1980 MBA 125cc
1980 Bimota-Yamaha 350cc
1980 Kreidler Van Veen 50cc
1979 Yamaha 500cc
1979 Kawasaki 250cc
1979 Minarelli 125cc
1979 Kawasaki 350cc
1979 Kreidler 50cc
1978 Yamaha 500cc
1978 Kawasaki 250cc
1978 MBA 125cc
1978 Kawasaki 350cc
1978 Bultaco 50cc
1977 Suzuki 500cc
1977 Morbidelli 250cc
1977 Morbidelli 125cc
1977 Yamaha 350cc
1977 Bultaco 50cc
1976 Suzuki 500cc
1976 Harley Davidson 250cc
1976 Morbidelli 125cc
1976 Harley Davidson 350cc
1976 Bultaco 50cc
1975 Yamaha 500cc
1975 Harley Davidson 250cc
1975 Morbidelli 125cc
1975 Yamaha 350cc
1975 Kreidler 50cc
1974 MV Agusta 500cc
1974 Harley Davidson 250cc
1974 Yamaha 125cc
1974 Yamaha 350cc
1974 Van Veen-Kreidler 50cc
1973 MV Agusta 500cc
1973 Yamaha 250cc
1973 Yamaha 125cc
1973 MV Agusta 350cc
1973 Kreidler 50cc
1972 Honda 500cc
1972 Yamaha 250cc
1972 Derbi 125cc
1972 MV Agusta 350cc
1972 Kreidler 50cc
1971 MV Agusta 500cc
1971 Yamaha 250cc
1971 Derbi 125cc
1971 MV Agusta 350cc
1971 Kreidler 50cc
1970 MV Agusta 500cc
1970 Yamaha 250cc
1970 Suzuki 125cc
1970 Benelli 350cc
1970 Derbi 50cc
1969 MV Agusta 500cc
1969 Benelli 250cc
1969 Kawasaki 125cc
1969 MV Agusta 350cc
1969 Derbi 50cc
1968 MV Agusta 500cc
1968 Yamaha 250cc
1968 Yamaha 125cc
1968 MV Agusta 350cc
1968 Suzuki 50cc
1967 Honda 500cc
1967 Honda 250cc
1967 Yamaha 125cc
1967 Honda 350cc
1967 Suzuki 50cc
1966 MV Agusta 500cc
1966 Honda 250cc
1966 Honda 125cc
1966 Honda 350cc
1966 Suzuki 50cc
1965 MV Agusta 500cc
1965 Yamaha 250cc
1965 Suzuki 125cc
1965 Honda 350cc
1965 Honda 50cc
1964 MV Agusta 500cc
1964 Yamaha 250cc
1964 Honda 125cc
1964 Honda 350cc
1964 Suzuki 50cc
1963 MV Agusta 500cc
1963 Honda 250cc
1963 Suzuki 125cc
1963 Honda 350cc
1963 Suzuki 50cc
1962 MV Agusta 500cc
1962 Honda 250cc
1962 Honda 125cc
1962 Honda 350cc
1962 Suzuki 50cc
1961 MV Agusta 500cc
1961 Honda 250cc
1961 Honda 125cc
1961 MV Agusta 350cc
1960 MV Agusta Mot500ccoGP™
1960 MV Agusta 250cc
1960 MV Agusta 125cc
1960 MV Agusta 350cc
1959 MV Agusta 500cc
1959 MV Agusta 250cc
1959 MV Agusta 125cc
1959 MV Agusta 350cc
1958 MV Agusta 500cc
1958 MV Agusta 250cc
1958 MV Agusta 125cc
1958 MV Agusta 350cc
1957 Gilera 500cc
1957 Mondial 250cc
1957 Mondial 125cc
1957 Moto Guzzi 350cc
1956 MV Agusta Moto500ccGP™
1956 MV Agusta 250cc
1956 MV Agusta 125cc
1956 Moto Guzzi 350cc
1955 Gilera 500cc
1955 NSU 250cc
1955 MV Agusta 125cc
1955 Moto Guzzi 350cc
1954 Gilera 500cc
1954 NSU 250cc
1954 NSU 125cc
1954 Moto Guzzi 350cc
1953 Gilera 500cc
1953 NSU 250cc
1953 NSU 125cc
1953 Moto Guzzi 350cc
1952 Gilera 500cc
1952 Moto Guzzi 250cc
1952 MV Agusta 125cc
1952 Norton 350cc
1951 Norton 500cc
1951 Moto Guzzi 250cc
1951 Mondial 125cc
1951 Norton 350cc
1950 Gilera 500cc
1950 Benelli 250cc
1950 Mondial 125cc
1950 Velocette 350cc
1949 AJS 500cc
1949 Moto Guzzi 250cc
1949 Mondial 125cc
1949 Velocette 350cc
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Emanuele Venturoli
Emanuele Venturoli
Diplômé en communication publique, sociale et politique de l'université de Bologne, il a toujours été passionné par le marketing, le design et le sport.
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