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Fifteen races without a successive winner equals record

Fifteen races without a successive winner equals record

Fifteen races without a successive winner equals record

The record for the longest string of races in the 125cc class without anyone winning two races in a row was equalled at the Cinzano British Grand Prix last week. There have now been fifteen races since the last back-to-back wins achieved by Arnaud Vincent at Donington and then Sachsenring last year. Twice before there have been 15 races in the 125cc class without back-to-back winners, but if Hector Barbera does not win in Germany then a new record will be set. The details of the three occasions that there have been 15 races in the 125cc class without a successive winner are given below:

2002/2003 ongoing – starting at Czech GP in 2002 – Cecchinello, Vincent, Azuma, Pedrosa, Vincent, Poggiali, Pedrosa, Perugini, Pedrosa, Cecchinello, Pedrosa, Cecchinello, Pedrosa, Jenkner, Barbera.

1996/97 – starting at Spanish GP 1996 – Aoki, Ottl, Perugini, Alzamora, Tokudome, Perugini, Goi, Rossi, Tokudome, Manako, Aoki, McCoy, Rossi, Ueda, Rossi.

1973/74 – starting at IOM TT in 1973 – Robb, Andersson, Lazzarini, Schurgers, Buscherini, Jansson, Buscherini, Mortimer, Andersson, Reitmaier, Anderson, Nieto, Kneubuhler, Nieto, Andersson.

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125cc, 2003

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