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  1. 1982 World Champions. 500cc – Franco Uncini ( Suzuki) 350cc - Anton Mang ( Kawasaki) 250cc – Jean-Louis Tournadre ( Yamaha) 125cc – Ángel Nieto ( Garelli) 80cc – Stefan Dörflinger ( Kreidler) Franco Uncini (pictured in Assen) became the 1982 500cc world champion. The 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 34th F.I.M. Road ...

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  4. The 1982 French motorcycle Grand Prix was the third round of the 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 7–9 May 1982 at the Circuit de Nogaro . The race was controversial, because the major factory teams ( Yamaha, Honda and Suzuki ), which included top riders like Kenny Roberts, Barry Sheene, Freddie Spencer ...

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    An FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix was first organized by the Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme in 1949. The commercial rights are now owned by Dorna Sports, with the FIM remaining as the sport sanctioning body. Teams are represented by the International Road Racing Teams Association (IRTA) and manufacturers by the Motorcycle Sport Manufacturers Association (MSMA). Rules and changes to regulations are decided between the four entities, with Dorna casting a tie-breaking vote. In cases of technical modifications, the MSMA can unilaterally enact or veto changes by unanimous vote among its members.These four entities compose the Grand Prix Commission. There have traditionally been several races at each event for various classes of motorcycles, based on engine size, and one class for sidecars. Classes for 50 cc, 80 cc, 125 cc, 250 cc, 350 cc, 500 cc, and 750 cc solo machines have existed at some time, and 350 cc and 500 cc sidecars. Up through the 1950s and most of...

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    1. 1949: Start of the world championship in Grand Prix motorcycle racing for five separate categories, 125cc, 250cc, 350cc, 500cc and sidecars. Harold Daniell wins the first ever 500 cc Grand Prix race held at the Isle of Man TT. 2. 1951: Sidecars reduced in engine capacity from 600 cc to 500 cc 3. 1957: Gilera, Mondial and Moto Guzzi withdraw at the end of the season citing increasing costs. Bob McIntyrewins the longest ever Grand Prix race of 301.84 miles, held over 8 laps of the Isle of Ma...

    The starting grid is composed of three columns and contains approximately 20 riders. Grid positions are decided in descending order of qualifying speed, with the fastest on the poleor first position. Races last approximately 45 minutes, each race is a sprint from start to finish without pitting for fuel or tires. In 2005, a flag-to-flag rule for MotoGP was introduced. Previously, if a race started dry and rain fell, officials could red-flag (stop) the race and either restart or resume on 'wet' tyres. Now, when rain falls, a white flag is shown, indicating that riders can pit to swap the motorcycle on which they started the race for an identical one, as long as the tyres are different (that is, intermediates or wets instead of slicks). Besides different tyres, the wet-weather bikes have steel brake rotors and different brake padsinstead of the carbon discs and pads used on the 'dry' bikes. This is because the carbon brakes need to be very hot to function properly, and the water cools...

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    (1) Test Rider, no Wildcard events scheduled. (2) Replaced an injured rider (3) Test Rider, has Wildcard events scheduled Top riders travel the world to compete in the annual FIM World Championship series. The championship is perhaps most closely followed in Italy and Spain, home of many of the more successful riders early in the 21st century. As for the 2011 season, 25 riders of eight nations participated in the premier class of the championship.

    The Riders' World Championship is awarded to the most successful rider over a season, as determined by a points system based on Grand Prix results. Giacomo Agostini is the most successful champion in Grand Prix history, with 15 titles to his name (8 in the 500 cc class and 7 in the 350 cc class). The most dominant rider of all time was Mike Hailwood, winning 10 out of 12 (83%) races, in the 250 cc class, in the 1966 season. 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 seven 500cc/MotoGP titles (2001-2005, 2008-2009), and one each at 250 cc and 125 cc levels. The current champion is Spanish rider Joan Mir(1x MotoGP; 1x Moto3): 2 titles.

    The 2021 MotoGP seasonconsisted of 18 Grands Prix held in 11 countries. 1. Qatar, Lusail, Losail International Circuit 2. Portugal, Portimão, Algarve International Circuit 3. Spain, Jerez de la Frontera, Circuito de Jerez 4. France, Le Mans, Circuit Bugatti 5. Italy, Mugello, Autodromo Internazionale del Mugello 6. Spain, Montmeló, Circuit de Barcelona 7. Germany, Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Sachsenring 8. Netherlands, Assen, TT Circuit Assen 9. Austria, Spielberg bei Knittelfeld, Red Bull Ring 10. United Kingdom, Silverstone, Silverstone Circuit 11. Spain, Alcañiz, Motorland Aragón 12. San Marino, Misano Adriatico, Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli 13. United States, Austin, Circuit of the Americas 14. Spain, Cheste, Circuit Ricardo Tormo

    The following shows the key technical regulations for each class. It was also introduced for the 2005 year, that under rule 2.10.5: 'No fuel on the motorcycle may be more than 15 °C below ambient temperature. The use of any device on the motorcycle to artificially decrease the temperature of the fuel below ambient temperature is forbidden. No motorcycle may include such a device.' This stops an artificial "boost" gained from increasing fuel density by cooling it.

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  5. Podium. First. No 50cc race was held. Second. No 50cc race was held. Third. No 50cc race was held. The 1982 British motorcycle Grand Prix was the ninth round of the 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 30–1 August 1982 at the Silverstone Circuit .

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    Rider
    Team
    Manufacturer
    1
    Gallina Team Suzuki
    2
    Honda Racing Corporation
    3
    Marlboro Team Agostini
    4
    Gallina Team Suzuki
    • 1 August 1982
    • Marlboro British Grand Prix
  6. 1982 Argentinian Grand Prix. The 1982 Argentine motorcycle Grand Prix was the first round of the 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 27–29 March 1982 at the Autódromo Municipal de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires .

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    Rider
    Team
    Manufacturer
    1
    Yamaha Motor Company
    2
    Yamaha Motor Company
    3
    Honda International Racing
    4
    Gallina Team Suzuki
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    • Grand Prix de la Republica Argentina
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