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Finnish Grand Prix

The Finnish motorcycle Grand Prix was the Finnish round of the FIM Grand Prix motorcycle racing championship from 1962 to 1982. It was held at the Tampere Circuit in 1962 and 1963 before moving to Imatra. Giacomo Agostini won the most Finnish Grands Prix with ten 500cc victories and seven 350cc victories.

Year500cc350cc250cc125cc50cc
1962UKAlan Shepherd (Matchless)UKTommy Robb (Honda)--SwitzerlandLuigi Taveri (Honda)
1963UKMike Hailwood (MV Agusta)UKMike Hailwood (MV Agusta)-New ZealandHugh Anderson (Suzuki)GermanyHans-Georg Anscheidt (Kreidler)
1964AustraliaJack Ahearn (Norton)RhodesiaJim Redman (Honda)-SwitzerlandLuigi Taveri (Honda)New ZealandHugh Anderson (Suzuki)
1965ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)CanadaMike Duff (Yamaha)New ZealandHugh Anderson (Suzuki)-
1966ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)UKMike Hailwood (Honda)UKPhil Read (Yamaha)-
1967ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)-UKMike Hailwood (Honda)UKStuart Graham (Suzuki)-
1968ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)-UKPhil Read (Yamaha)UKPhil Read (Yamaha)-
1969ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)SwedenKent Andersson (Yamaha)UKDave Simmonds (Kawasaki)-
1970ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)UKRodney Gould (Yamaha)UKDave Simmonds (Kawasaki)-
1971ItalyGiacomo Agostini
(MV Agusta)
ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)UKRodney Gould (Yamaha)UKBarry Sheene (Suzuki)-
1972ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)FinlandJarno Saarinen (Yamaha)SwedenKent Andersson (Yamaha)-
1973ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)ItalyGiacomo Agostini (MV Agusta)FinlandTeuvo Länsivuori (Yamaha)ItalyOtello Buscherini (Malanca)-
1974UKPhil Read (MV Agusta)AustraliaJohn Dodds (Yamaha)ItalyWalter Villa (Harley Davidson)-BelgiumJulien van Zeebroeck (Kreidler)
1975ItalyGiacomo Agostini (Yamaha)Venezuela Johnny Cecotto (Yamaha)FranceMichel Rougerie (Harley Davidson)-SpainAngel Nieto (Kreidler)
1976USPat Hennen (Suzuki)ItalyWalter Villa (Harley Davidson)ItalyWalter Villa (Harley Davidson)ItalyPier Paolo Bianchi (Morbidelli)BelgiumJulien van Zeebroeck (Kreidler)
1977VenezuelaJohnny Cecotto (Yamaha)JapanTakazumi Katayama (Yamaha)ItalyWalter Villa (Harley Davidson)ItalyPier Paolo Bianchi (Morbidelli)-
1978NetherlandsWil Hartog (Suzuki)South AfricaKork Ballington (Kawasaki)South AfricaKork Ballington (Kawasaki)SpainAngel Nieto (Minarelli)-
1979NetherlandsBoet van Dulmen (Suzuki)AustraliaGregg Hansford (Kawasaki)South AfricaKork Ballington (Kawasaki)SpainRicardo Tormo (Bultaco)-
1980NetherlandsWil Hartog (Suzuki)-South AfricaKork Ballington (Kawasaki)SpainAngel Nieto (Minarelli)-
1981ItalyMarco Lucchinelli (Suzuki)-GermanyAnton Mang (Kawasaki)SpainAngel Nieto (Minarelli)-
1982-GermanyAnton Mang (Kawasaki)FranceChristian Sarron (Yamaha)VenezuelaIvan Palazzese (MBA)-
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