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The 1991 Austrian motorcycle Grand Prix was the seventh round of the 1991 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season.


In the 500 class, Mick Doohan, after dominating qualifying practice, confirmed by winning the Sunday race as well. The podium was completed by second placed Wayne Rainey and Kevin Schwantz.


There are only twenty riders entered for this test in the 500 class, of these only thirteen manage to get a qualifying time for the GP, with as many as seven riders failing to qualify. 




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Michael Doohan | 1991 | Salzburgring

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