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  1. 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    The Yugoslavian Grand Prix was moved back, from 31 May to 18 July. The San Marino Grand Prix was moved back, from 12 July to 5 September. The San Marino Grand Prix moved from the Autodromo Dino Ferrari to the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello. Results and standings 1982 Grand Prix season results

    • 15
    • 1st
  2. 1982 Yugoslavian motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    Podium. First. Eugenio Lazzarini. Second. Stefan Dörflinger. Third. Ricardo Tormo. The 1982 Yugoslavian motorcycle Grand Prix was the eighth round of the 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 16–18 July 1982 at the Autodrom Rijeka .

    Pos.
    Rider
    Team
    Manufacturer
    1
    Gallina Team Suzuki
    2
    Marlboro Team Agostini
    3
    Yamaha Motor Company
    4
    Honda Racing Corporation
    • Permanent racing facility, 4.168 km (2.590 mi)
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  4. 1982 Austrian motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    The 1982 Austrian motorcycle Grand Prix was the second round of the 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 30–2 May 1982 at the Salzburgring. Classification 500 cc

    Pos.
    Rider
    Team
    Manufacturer
    1
    Gallina Team Suzuki
    2
    Yamaha Motor Company
    3
    Yamaha Motor Company
    4
    Marlboro Team Agostini
    • Permanent racing facility, 4.246 km (2.638 mi)
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  5. 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikidata

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  6. 1983 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    The Yugoslavian Grand Prix was moved forward, from 18 July to 12 June. The Finnish and Czechoslovak Grand Prix were taken off the calendar due to dangerous track conditions. The San Marino Grand Prix moved from the Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello to the Autodromo Dino Ferrari. Calendar and Results 1983 Grand Prix season results

    • 15
    • 1st
  7. 1981 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    1982. 1981 World Champions. 500cc – Marco Lucchinelli ( Suzuki) 350cc - Anton Mang ( Kawasaki) 250cc – Anton Mang ( Kawasaki) 125cc – Ángel Nieto ( Minarelli) 80cc – Ricardo Tormo ( Bultaco) Marco Lucchinelli (pictured in Assen) became the 1981 500cc world champion. The 1981 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 33rd F.I.M. Road ...

  8. 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.

  9. 1986 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    250cc – Carlos Lavado ( Yamaha) 125cc – Luca Cadalora ( Garelli) 80cc – Jorge Martínez ( Derbi) The 1986 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 38th F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season. This would be the last season where the Championship was held only in Europe until 2020 .

  10. 1952 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    The 1952 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the fourth F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix season. The season consisted of eight Grand Prix races in five classes: 500cc, 350cc, 250cc, 125cc and Sidecars 500cc. It began on 18 May, with Swiss Grand Prix and ended with Spanish Grand Prix on 5 October.

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