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Moto2 Motorcycle World Championship (2010-to date)

All bikes Honda-powered

2010 (Champion: Toni Elias)
1. Qatar GP (Losail), Apr 11-Shoya Tomizawa (J)-Suter #48
2. Spanish GP (Jerez), May 2-Toni Elias (E)-Moriwaki #24
3. French GP (Le Mans), May 23-Toni Elias (E)-Moriwaki #24
4. Italian GP (Mugello), Jun 6-Andrea Iannone (I)-Speed Up #29
5. British GP (Silverstone), Jun 20-Jules Cluzel (F)-Suter #16
6. Dutch GP (Assen), Jun 26-Andrea Iannone (I)-Speed Up #29
7. Catalunya GP (Barcelona), Jul 4-Yuki Takahashi (J)-Tech 3 #72
8. German GP (Sachsenring), Jul 18-Toni Elias (E)-Moriwaki #24
9. Czech GP (Brno), Aug 15-Toni Elias (E)-Moriwaki #24
10. Indianapolis GP (Indianapolis), Aug 29-Toni Elias (E)-Moriwaki #24
11. San Marino GP (Misano), Sep 5-Toni Elias (E)-Moriwaki #24
12. Aragon GP (Aragon), Sep 19-Andrea Iannone (I)-Speed Up #29
13. Japanese GP (Motegi), Oct 3-Toni Elias (E)-Moriwaki #24
14. Malaysian GP (Sepang), Oct 10-Roberto Rolfo (I)-Suter #44
15. Australian GP (Phillip Island), Oct 17-Alex de Angelis (I)-Motobi #15
16. Portuguese GP (Estoril), Oct 31-Stefan Bradl (D)-Suter #65
17. Valencia GP (Valencia), Nov 7-Karel Abraham (CZ)-FTR #17

2011 (Champion: Stefan Bradl)
1. Qatar GP (Losail), Mar 20-Stefan Bradl (D)-Kalex #65
2. Spanish GP (Jerez), Apr 3-Andrea Iannone (I)-Suter #29
3. Portuguese GP (Estoril), May 1-Stefan Bradl (D)-Kalex #65
4. French GP (Le Mans), May 15-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
5. Catalunya GP (Barcelona), Jun 5-Stefan Bradl (D)-Kalex #65
6. British GP (Silverstone), Jun 12-Stefan Bradl (D)-Kalex #65
7. Dutch GP (Assen), Jun 25-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
8. Italian GP (Mugello), Jul 3-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
9. German GP (Sachsenring), Jul 17-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
10. Czech GP (Brno), Aug 14-Andrea Iannone (I)-Suter #29
11. Indianapolis GP (Indianapolis), Aug 28-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
12. San Marino GP (Misano), Sep 4-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
13. Aragon GP (Aragon), Sep 18-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
14. Japanese GP (Motegi), Oct 2-Andrea Iannone (I)-Suter #29
15. Australian GP (Phillip Island), Oct 16-Alex de Angelis (I)-Motobi #15
16. Malaysian GP (Sepang), Oct 23-Thomas Luthi (CH)-Suter #12
17. Valencia GP (Valencia), Nov 6-Michele Pirro (I)-Moriwaki #51

2012 (Champion: Marc Marquez)
1. Qatar GP (Losail), Apr 8-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
2. Spanish GP (Jerez), Apr 29-Pol Espargaro (E)-Kalex #40
3. Portuguese GP (Estoril), May 6-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
4. French GP (Le Mans), May 20-Thomas Luthi (CH)-Suter #12
5. Catalunya GP (Barcelona), Jun 3-Andrea Iannone (I)-Speed Up #29
6. British GP (Silverstone), Jun 17-Pol Espargaro (E)-Kalex #40
7. Dutch GP (Assen), Jun 30-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
8. German GP (Sachsenring), Jul 8-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
9. Italian GP (Mugello), Jul 15-Andrea Iannone (I)-Speed Up #29
10. Indianapolis GP (Indianapolis), Aug 19-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
11. Czech GP (Brno), Aug 26-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
12. San Marino GP (Misano), Sep 16-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
13. Aragon GP (Aragon), Sep 30-Pol Espargaro (E)-Kalex #40
14. Japanese GP (Motegi), Oct 14-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93
15. Malaysian GP (Sepang), Oct 21-Alex de Angelis (I)-FTR #15
16. Australian GP (Phillip Island), Oct 28-Pol Espargaro (E)-Kalex #40
17. Valencia GP (Valencia), Nov 11-Marc Marquez (E)-Suter #93

2013 (Champion: Pol Espargaro)
1. Qatar GP (Losail), Apr 8-Pol Espargaro (E)-Kalex #40
2. GP of The Americas (Austin), Apr 21-Nicolas Terol (E)-Suter #18
3. Spanish GP (Jerez), May 5-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #80
4. French GP (Le Mans), May 19-Scott Redding (GB)-Kalex #45
5. Italian GP (Mugello), Jun 2-Scott Redding (GB)-Kalex #45
6. Catalunya GP (Barcelona), Jun 16-Pol Espargaro (E)-Kalex #40
7. Dutch GP (Assen), Jun 29-Pol Espargaro (E)-Kalex #40
8. German GP (Sachsenring), Jul 14-Jordi Torres (E)-Suter #81
9. Indianapolis GP (Indianapolis), Aug 18-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #80
10. Czech GP (Brno), Aug 25-Mika Kallio (FIN)-Kalex #36
11. British GP (Silverstone), Sep 1-Scott Redding (GB)-Kalex #45
12. San Marino GP (Misano), Sep 15-Pol Espargaro (E)-Kalex #40
13. Aragon GP (Aragon), Sep 29-Nicolas Terol (E)-Suter #18
14. Malaysian GP (Sepang), Oct 13-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #80
15. Australian GP (Phillip Island), Oct 20-Pol Espargaro (E)-Kalex #40
16. Japanese GP (Motegi), Oct 27-Pol Espargaro (E)-Kalex #40
17. Valencia GP (Valencia), Nov 10-Nicolas Terol (E)-Suter #18

2014 (Champion: Esteve Rabat)
1. Qatar GP (Losail), Mar 23-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #53
2. GP of The Americas (Austin), Apr 13-Maverick Vinales (E)-Kalex #40
3. Argentinian GP (Rio Hondo), Apr 27-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #53
4. Spanish GP (Jerez), May 4-Mika Kallio (FIN)-Kalex #36
4. French GP (Le Mans), May 18-Mika Kallio (FIN)-Kalex #36
5. Italian GP (Mugello), Jun 1-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #53
6. Catalunya GP (Barcelona), Jun 15-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #53
7. Dutch GP (Assen), Jun 28-Anthony West (AUS)-Speed UP #95
8. German GP (Sachsenring), Jul 13-Dominique Agerter (CH)-Suter #77
10. Indianapolis GP (Indianapolis), Aug 10-Mika Kallio (FIN)-Kalex #36
11. Czech GP (Brno), Aug 17-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #53
12. British GP (Silverstone), Aug 31-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #53
13. San Marino GP (Misano), Sep 14-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #53
14. Aragon GP (Aragon), Sep 28-Maverick Vinales (E)-Kalex #40
15. Japanese GP (Motegi), Oct 12-Thomas Luthi (CH)-Suter #12
16. Australian GP (Phillip Island), Oct 19-Maverick Vinales (E)-Kalex #40
17. Malaysian GP (Sepang), Oct 26-Maverick Vinales (E)-Kalex #40
18. Valencia GP (Valencia), Nov 9-Thomas Luthi (CH)-Suter #12

2015 (Champion: Johann Zarco)
1. Qatar GP (Losail), Mar 29-Jonas Folger (D)-Kalex #94
2. GP of The Americas (Austin), Apr 12-Sam Lowes (GB)-Speed Up #22
3. Argentinian GP (Rio Hondo), Apr 19-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
4. Spanish GP (Jerez), May 3-Jonas Folger (D)-Kalex #94
5. French GP (Le Mans), May 17-Thomas Luthi (CH)-Kalex #12
6. Italian GP (Mugello), May 31-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #1
7. Catalunya GP (Barcelona), Jun 14-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
8. Dutch GP (Assen), Jun 27-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
9. German GP (Sachsenring), Jul 12-Xavier Simeon (B)-Kalex #19
10. Indianapolis GP (Indianapolis), Aug 9-Alex Rins (E)-Kalex #40
11. Czech GP (Brno), Aug 16-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
12. British GP (Silverstone), Aug 30-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
13. San Marino GP (Misano), Sep 13-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
14. Aragon GP (Aragon), Sep 27-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #1
15. Japanese GP (Motegi), Oct 11-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
16. Australian GP (Phillip Island), Oct 18-Alex Rins (E)-Kalex #40
17. Malaysian GP (Sepang), Oct 25-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
18. Valencia GP (Valencia), Nov 8-Esteve Rabat (E)-Kalex #1

2016 (Champion: Johann Zarco)
1. Qatar GP (Losail), Mar 20-Thomas Luthi (CH)-Kalex #12
2. Argentinian GP (Rio Hondo), Apr 3-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
3. GP of The Americas (Austin), Apr 10-Alex Rins (E)-Kalex #40
4. Spanish GP (Jerez), Apr 24-Sam Lowes (GB)-Kalex #22
5. French GP (Le Mans), May 8-Alex Rins (E)-Kalex #40
6. Italian GP (Mugello), May 22-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
7. Catalunya GP (Barcelona), Jun 5-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
8. Dutch GP (Assen), Jun 26-Takaaki Nakagami (J)-Kalex #30
9. German GP (Sachsenring), Jul 17-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
10. Austrian GP (Red Bull Ring), Aug 14-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
11. Czech GP (Brno), Aug 21-Jonas Folger (D)-Kalex #94
12. British GP (Silverstone), Sep 4-Thomas Luthi (CH)-Kalex #12
13. San Marino GP (Misano), Sep 11-Lorenzo Baldassarri (I)-Kalex #7
14. Aragon GP (Aragon), Sep 25-Sam Lowes (GB)-Kalex #22
15. Japanese GP (Motegi), Oct 16-Thomas Luthi (CH)-Kalex #12
16. Australian GP (Phillip Island), Oct 23-Thomas Luthi (CH)-Kalex #12
17. Malaysian GP (Sepang), Oct 30-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5
18. Valencia GP (Valencia), Nov 13-Johann Zarco (F)-Kalex #5

Total races: 122

Winning riders

16 wins-Marc Marquez
15 wins-Johann Zarco
13 wins-Esteve Rabat
10 wins-Pol Espargaro
9 wins-Thomas Luthi
8 wins-Andrea Iannone
7 wins
-Toni Elias
5 wins-Stefan Bradl
4 wins-Mika Kallio, Alex Rins, Maverick Vinales
3 wins-Alex de Angelis, Jonas Folger, Sam Lowes, Scott Redding, Nicolas Terol
1 win-Karel Abraham, Dominique Agerter, Lorenzo Baldassarri, Jules Cluzel, Takaaki Nakagami, Michele Pirro, Roberto Rolfo, Xavier Simeon, Yuki Takahashi, Shoya Tomizawa, Jordi Torres, Anthony West

Total winning riders: 28

Winning nationalities

Australia-1 rider (West)
Belgium-1 rider (Simeon)
Finland-1 rider (Kallio)
France-2 riders (Cluzel, Zarco)
Czech Republic-1 rider (Abraham)
Germany-2 riders (Bradl, Folger)
Great Britain-2 riders (Lowes, Redding)
Italy-5 riders (Baldassarri, de Angelis, Iannone, Pirro, Rolfo)
Japan-3 riders (Nakagami, Takahashi, Tomizawa)
Spain-8 riders (Elias, Espargaro, Marquez, Rabat, Rins, Terol, Torres, Vinales)
Switzerland-2 riders (Agerter, Luhti)

Total winning nationalities: 11

Winning manufacturers

70 wins-Kalex
32 wins
-Suter
8 wins-Moriwaki
7 wins-Speed Up
2 wins-FTR, Motobi
1 win-Tech 3

Total wins: 122 by 7 manufacturers