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  1. 1979 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    The 1979 British Grand Prix would be remembered as one of the greatest races of the modern era with Roberts beating Sheene to the finish line by three-hundredths of a second. [3] After an eleven-year absence from world championship racing, Honda returned to competition with the exotic, four-stroke NR500 ridden by riders Mick Grant and Takazumi Katayama at the British Grand Prix. [4]

  2. 1979 Nations motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    1979 Nations motorcycle Grand Prix From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1980 Nations motorcycle Grand Prix was the fourth round of the 1979 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 11–13 May 1979 at the Autodromo Dino Ferrari.

    Pos.
    Rider
    Team
    Manufacturer
    1
    Yamaha Motor Company
    2
    Team Gallina Nava Olio Fiat
    3
    Texaco Heron Team Suzuki
    4
    Texaco Heron Team Suzuki
    • Permanent racing facility, 5.040 km (3.132 mi)
    • Gran Premio delle Nazioni
  3. 1979 Belgian motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    The 1979 Belgian motorcycle Grand Prix was the eighth round of the 1979 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 29–1 July 1979 at the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps . Contents

    • Permanent racing facility, 6.940 km (4.312 mi)
    • G.P. Moto
  4. 1979 German motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    The 1979 German motorcycle Grand Prix was the third round of the 1979 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 4–6 May 1979 at the Hockenheimring. Classification 500 cc

    • Permanent racing facility, 6.789 km (4.218 mi)
    • Großer Preis von Deutschland
  5. 1979 Yugoslavian motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    1979 Yugoslavian motorcycle Grand Prix From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1981 Yugoslavian motorcycle Grand Prix was the sixth round of the 1979 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 15–17 June 1979 at the Automotodrom Rijeka.

    Pos.
    Rider
    Team
    Manufacturer
    1
    Yamaha Motor Company
    2
    Team Gallina Nava Olio Fiat
    3
    Team Zago International
    4
    Riemersma Racing
    • Permanent racing facility, 4.168 km (2.590 mi)
    • Velika Nagrada Jugoslavije
  6. 1979 Austrian motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1979 Austrian motorcycle Grand Prix was the second round of the 1979 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on 29 April 1979 at the Salzburgring circuit. 500 cc classification

    Pos.
    Rider
    Team
    Manufacturer
    1
    Yamaha Motor Company
    2
    Team Gallina Nava Olio Fiat
    3
    Riemersma Racing
    4
    Texaco Heron Team Suzuki
    • Permanent racing facility, 4.241 km (2.635 mi)
    • Großer Preis von Österreich
  7. 1979 Finnish motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 1979 Finnish motorcycle Grand Prix was the tenth round of the 1979 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 27-29 July 1979 at the Imatra Circuit.

    • Permanent racing facility, 4.950 km (3.076 mi)
    • Finnish GP
  8. 1978 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    The title fight between Roberts and Sheene went down to the final race of the season, the German Grand Prix held at the daunting, 14.2-mile-long (22.8 km) Nürburgring racetrack. Suzuki privateer , Virginio Ferrari , won the first Grand Prix of his career, while Roberts finished in third place, ahead of Sheene in fourth place to claim the first world championship for an American rider in Grand Prix road racing history.

  9. 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.

  10. 1979 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Hyperleap

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    The 1979 Swedish motorcycle Grand Prix was the ninth round of the 1979 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season.

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