1991 FIM Superbike European Championship

In contrast to the close competition of 1990, the 1991 season was dominated by Davide Tardozzi and Ducati - unsurprisingly really, as Tardozzi had so nearly won the first ever World Championship in 1988. In the same year that he won virtually every Italian Superbike race, Tardozzi took 4 wins and a 2nd place from the European Championship's 6 rounds. Rarely did anyone else stand a chance, but Sweden's Christer Lindholm took the final win of the season after Tardozzi's machinery failed him and Fabrizio Furlan firmly outclassed everyone in a soaking wet Yugoslavian round.

DateRd.CircuitEvent NameResults
1991-03-311Flag of Great Britain Donington ParkWorld Superbike British RoundGO!
1991-04-212Flag of Spain CalafatCampionat d'Andorra VelocitatGO!
1991-04-283Flag of Spain JaramaWorld Superbike Spanish RoundGO!
1991-05-124Flag of Croatia Rijeka3. Nagrada Kvarnerske RivijereGO!
1991-05-195Flag of Austria SalzburgringARBĂ–-Motorrad EuropameisterschaftGO!
1991-06-166Flag of Czechoslovakia MostEuropean Championship of Motorcycles and SidecarsGO!
1991-08-117Flag of Belgium ZolderCancelled (reasons unknown).

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The following official data is currently missing:

1991-03-31 Donington Park: Free Practice, Qualifying 2, Warm-Up

1991-04-21 Calafat: Qualifying 1, Qualifying 2, Entry list

1991-04-28 Jarama: Qualifying 1, Qualifying 2, Entry list

1991-05-12 Rijeka: Qualifying 1, Qualifying 2, Entry list

1991-05-19 Salzburgring: Qualifying 1, Qualifying 2, Entry list

1991-06-16 Most: Free Practice - Group A, Free Practice - Group B, Qualifying 1 - Group A, Qualifying 1 - Group B, Qualifying 2 - Group A, Qualifying 2 - Group B, Warm-Up

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