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  GRAND PRIX RESULTS 1989 - 1999
  1989 (Rothmans Honda): World Championship position - 9th

1990 (Rothmans Honda): World Championship position - 3rd
No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
1. JAPAN Suzuka Retired (engine failure)
2. AUSTRALIA Phillip Island 8th
3. UNITED STATES Laguna Seca 8th
4. SPAIN Jerez Crashed
5. NATIONS Misano Withdrew
6. WEST GERMANY Hockenheim 3rd
7. AUSTRIA Salzburgring 8th
8. YUGOSLAVIA Rijeka 6th
9. NETHERLANDS Assen 9th
10. BELGIUM Spa-Francorchamps 8th
11. FRANCE Le Mans 8th
12. BRAZIL Goiania 4th
NOTE: Missed Britain, Sweden, and Czechsolvakia grand prix races because of injuries
No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
13. JAPAN Suzuka Crashed
14. UNITED STATES Laguna Seca 2nd
15. SPAIN Jerez 4th
16. NATIONS Misano 3rd
17. WEST GERMANY Nurburgring Crashed
18. AUSTRIA Salzburgring 3rd
19. YUGOSLAVIA Rijeka 4th
20. NETHERLANDS Assen 4th
21. BELGIUM Spa-Francorchamps 6th
22. FRANCE Le Mans 4th
23. BRITAIN Donington Park 4th
24. SWEDEN Anderstorp 4th
25. CZECHOSLOVAKIA Brno 9th
26. HUNGARY Hungaroring 1st
27. AUSTRALIA Phillip Island 2nd
  1991 (Rothmans Honda): World Championship position - 2nd 1992 (Rothmans Honda): World Championship position - 2nd
  No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
28. JAPAN Suzuka 2nd
29. AUSTRALIA Eastern Creek 2nd
30. UNITED STATES Laguna Seca 2nd
31. SPAIN Jerez 1st
32. ITALY Misano 1st
33. GERMANY Hockenheim 3rd
34. AUSTRIA Salzburgring 1st
35. EUROPE Jarama 2nd
36. NETHERLANDS Assen Crashed
37. FRANCE Paul Ricard 2nd
38. BRITAIN Donington Park 3rd
39. SAN MARINO Mugello 3rd
40. CZECHOSLOVAKIA Brno 2nd
41. VITESSE DU MANS Le Mans 2nd
42. MALAYSIA Shah Alam 3rd
No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
43. JAPAN Suzuka 1st
44. AUSTRALIA Eastern Creek 1st
45. MALAYSIA Shah Alam 1st
46. SPAIN Jerez 1st
47. ITALY Mugello 2nd
48. EUROPE Catalunya 2nd
49. GERMANY Hockenheim 1st
50. BRAZIL Interlagos 12th
51. SOUTH AFRICA Kyalami 6th
NOTE: Missed Netherlands, Hungary, France, Britain grand prix races because of injury
  1993 (Rothmans Honda): World Championship position - 4th 1994 (Honda Team HRC): World Championship position - 1st
  No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
52. AUSTRALIA Eastern Creek Retired (engine failure)
53. MALAYSIA Shah Alam 4th
54. JAPAN Suzuka 7th
55. SPAIN Jerez 4th
56. AUSTRIA Salzburgring 2nd
57. GERMANY Hockenheim Retired (tyre problem)
58. NETHERLANDS Assen 2nd
59. EUROPE Catalunya 2nd
60. SAN MARINO Mugello 1st
61. BRITAIN Donington Park Crashed
62. CZECH REPUBLIC Brno 3rd
63. ITALY Misano 2nd
64. UNITED STATES Laguna Seca Crashed
NOTE: Missed FIM grand prix race because of injury
No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
65. AUSTRALIA Eastern Creek 3rd
66. MALAYSIA Shah Alam 1st
67. JAPAN Suzuka 2nd
68. SPAIN Jerez 1st
69. AUSTRIA Salzburgring 1st
70. GERMANY Hockenheim 1st
71. NETHERLANDS Assen 1st
72. ITALY Mugello 1st
73. FRANCE Le Mans 1st
74. BRITAIN Donington Park 2nd
75. CZECH REPUBLIC Brno 1st
76. UNITED STATES Laguna Seca 3rd
77. ARGENTINA Buenos Aires 1st
78. EUROPE Catalunya 2nd
  1995 (Repsol Honda Team HRC): World Championship position - 1st 1996 (Team Repsol Honda): World Championship position - 1st
  No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
79. AUSTRALIA Eastern Creek 1st
80. MALAYSIA Shah Alam 1st
81. JAPAN Suzuka 2nd
82. SPAIN Jerez Crashed
83. GERMANY Nurburgring Crashed
84. ITALY Mugello 1st
85. NETHERLANDS Assen 1st
86. FRANCE Le Mans 1st
87. BRITAIN Donington Park 1st
88. CZECH REPUBLIC Brno 2nd
89. BRAZIL Rio De Janeiro 2nd
90. ARGENTINA Buenos Aires 1st
91. EUROPE Catalunya 4th
No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
92. MALAYSIA Shah Alam 5th
93. INDONESIA Sentul 1st
94. JAPAN Suzuka 6th
95. SPAIN Jerez 1st
96. ITALY Mugello 1st
97. FRANCE Paul Ricard 1st
98. NETHERLANDS Assen 1st
99. GERMANY Nurburgring 2nd
100. BRITAIN Donington Park 1st
101. AUSTRIA Osterreichring 2nd
102. CZECH REPUBLIC Brno 2nd
103. NATIONS Imola 1st
104. EUROPE Catalunya 2nd
105. BRAZIL Rio De Janeiro 1st
106. AUSTRALIA Eastern Creek 8th
  1997 (Repsol Honda): World Championship position - 1st 1998 (Repsol Honda): World Championship position - 1st
  No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
107. MALAYSIA Shah Alam 1st
108. JAPAN Suzuka 1st
109. SPAIN Jerez 2nd
110. ITALY Mugello 1st
111. AUSTRIA A1-Ring 1st
112. FRANCE Paul Ricard 1st
113. NETHERLANDS Assen 1st
114. SAN MARINO Imola 1st
115. GERMANY Nurburgring 1st
116. BRAZIL Rio de Janeiro 1st
117. BRITAIN Donington Park 1st
118. CZECH REPUBLIC Brno 1st
119. CATALUNYA Catalunya 1st
120. INDONESIA Sentul 2nd
121. AUSTRALIA Phillip Island Crashed
No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
122. JAPAN Suzuka Retired (engine failure)
123. MALAYSIA Johor Baru 1st
124. SPAIN Jerez 2nd
125. ITALY Mugello 1st
126. FRANCE Paul Ricard 2nd
127. MADRID Jarama Crashed
128. NETHERLANDS Assen 1st
129. BRITAIN Donington Park 2nd
130. GERMANY Sachsenring 1st
131. CZECH REPUBLIC Brno Crashed
132. GRAND PRIX OF IMOLA Imola 1st
133. CATALUNYA Catalunya 1st
134. AUSTRALIA Phillip Island 1st
135. ARGENTINA Buenos Aires 1st
  1999 (Repsol Honda): World Championship position - 17th
  No. COUNTRY CIRCUIT RESULT
136 MALAYSIA Sepang 4th
137. JAPAN Suzuka 2nd
 
     
 
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