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  1. 1972 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    The 1972 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 24th F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix season. The season consisted of twelve Grand Prix races in six classes: 500cc, 350cc, 250cc, 125cc, 50cc and Sidecars 500cc. It began on 30 April, with West German Grand Prix and ended with Spanish Grand Prix on 23 September.

  2. 1972 United States Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    Jackie Stewart, having just lost his World Champion's crown to Emerson Fittipaldi, assertedhis intentions to get it back, as he dominated the entire weekend with pole, win and fastest lap and completed a sweep of the North American races. It was the twenty-second victory of the Scot's career, and his fourth in 1972. Teammate François Cevert completed the one-two finish for Tyrrell, five seconds ahead of Denny Hulme's McLaren. The then-staggering amount of $275,000 in prize money attracted 31 entries for the last race of the year. Rain and cold winds harried the drivers in qualifying, and Friday's times determined the grid. Stewart took the pole with a time of 1:40.481, ahead of the McLarens of American Peter Revson and Hulme. A third McLaren, driven by South African Jody Scheckterin his F1 debut, was eighth. Sunday began bright and sunny, but by the time the cars assembled on the grid, the skies were threatening rain. Stewart jumped quickly off the grid and immediately began to pull...

    Following the season, for the third time, The Glen won the Grand Prix Drivers Association's "Best Organized Race of the Season" award.
    First race: Jody Scheckter

    Note: Only the top five positions are included for both sets of standings. Only the best 5 results from the first 6 rounds and the best 5 results from the last 6 rounds counted towards the Champion...

    Doug Nye (1978). The United States Grand Prix and Grand Prize Races, 1908-1977. B. T. Batsford. ISBN 0-7134-1263-1
    Rob Walker (February, 1973). "14th U.S. Grand Prix: Stewart Again". Road & Track, 94-98.
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    • 59 laps, 320.67 km (199.24 mi)
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  4. Grand Prix motorcycle racing - Wikipedia

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    Mick Doohan, who won 12 out of 15 (80%) of the 500 cc races in the 1997 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season also deserves an honourable mention. Valentino Rossi is the most successful contemporary rider, having won nine titles including six MotoGP titles, and one each at 500 cc, 250 cc and 125 cc levels.

  5. 1972 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikidata

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  6. Category:1972 in Grand Prix motorcycle racing - Wikimedia

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    Grand Prix motorcycle racers in 1972‎ (3 C) Media in category "1972 in Grand Prix motorcycle racing" The following 16 files are in this category, out of 16 total.

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  7. 1973 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    The 1973 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 25th F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season.

  8. 1971 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    1972. The 1971 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 23rd F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix season. The season consisted of twelve Grand Prix races in six classes: 500cc, 350cc, 250cc, 125cc, 50cc and Sidecars 500cc. It began on 9 May, with Austrian Grand Prix and ended with Spanish Grand Prix on 26 September.

  9. 1970 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    The 1970 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 22nd F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix season. The season consisted of twelve Grand Prix races in six classes: 500cc, 350cc, 250cc, 125cc, 50cc and Sidecars 500cc. It began on 3 May, with West German Grand Prix and ended with Spanish Grand Prix on 27 September.

  10. List of Grand Prix motorcycle racing World Riders' Champions ...

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    Summary. Grand Prix motorcycle racing is the premier championship of motorcycle road racing, which has been divided into three classes: MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3.Classes that have been discontinued include 500cc, 350cc, 250cc, 125cc, 80cc, 50cc and Sidecar.

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