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  1. 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    The 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 34th F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season.

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  2. 1982 French motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    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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  4. 1982 British motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia

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    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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    Gallina Team Suzuki
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    Honda Racing Corporation
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    Marlboro Team Agostini
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    Gallina Team Suzuki
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  5. Category:1982 in Grand Prix motorcycle racing - Wikimedia

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    1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season sports season. La cursa de 500cc del Dutch TT de 1982. Upload media Wikipedia: Instance of: sports season: Edition number: 34;

  6. Grand Prix motorcycle racing - Wikipedia

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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 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.

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    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 19...

    The 2020 MotoGP season consisted of 14 Grands Prix held in 7 countries, less than in the previous season (due to the pandemic). 1. Spain, Jerez de la Frontera, Circuito de Jerez(two Grands Prix) 2. Czech Republic, Brno, Masaryk Circuit 3. Austria, Spielberg bei Knittelfeld, Red Bull Ring(two Grands Prix) 4. Italy, Misano Adriatico, Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli(two Grands Prix) 5. Spain, Montmeló, Circuit de Barcelona 6. France, Le Mans, Circuit Bugatti 7. Spain, Alcañiz, Motorland Aragón(two Grands Prix) 8. Spain, Cheste, Circuit Ricardo Tormo(two Grands Prix) 9. Portugal, Portimão, Algarve International Circuit

    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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  7. 1983 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikipedia

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    Before the season began, Roberts announced that the 1983 season would be his final year in Grand Prix competition. Cagiva continued to campaign bikes ridden by Jon Ekerold and Virginio Ferrari . Uncini's title defense was hampered as Suzuki experienced development problems with their chassis which left the team struggling to post good results. [2]

  8. 1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season - Wikidata

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    1982 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. sports season. Statements. instance of. ... Wikipedia (12 entries) edit. cawiki Campionat del Món de motociclisme de 1982;

  9. Belgian Grand Prix - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

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    To accommodate Grand Prix racing, the Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps race course was built in 1921 but it was only used for motorcycle racing until 1924. After the 1923 success of the new 24 hours of Le Mans in France, the Spa 24 Hours, a similar 24 hour endurance race, was run at the Spa track.

  10. 世界摩托车锦标赛 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    MotoGP於1949年由國際摩托車賽車協會(FIM)統一規則後形成的世界摩托車公路錦標賽,比一級方程式賽車還早一年成立,開始時稱為WGP,全部賽事在歐洲進行,且一年只有6站比賽。1951年增加至8站比賽,到1961年再增至10站,且加入了阿根廷的布宜諾斯艾利斯站,賽事進入南美洲。1964年,比賽首次加入美國站;1967年首次加入加拿大站;1969年,增加為12個分站。在整個20世紀70年代,賽事發展緩慢,僅僅於1972年增加為13站。進入20世紀80年代,比賽開始在全球範圍內飛速發展;首次加入的分站有:1983年南非站、1987年日本站、1988年巴西站、1990年澳洲站、1991年馬來西亞站、1996年印度尼西亞站、2004年卡塔爾和中國。其間2000到2003年,日本有兩個分站。分站數量在1987年增為15站,從1999年為16站,2005年為17站,2010年至2017年為18站,2018年新增為19站,分散在全球五大洲。 從20世紀70年代中期到2002年,GP賽的最高級別被限制在四個氣缸500cc。因而當時所有機車都是二行程的,以在引擎排氣量既定的情況下獲得更大動力輸出。2002年,規則變更了,名稱也改變了,國際摩托車賽車協會把最高級別的500cc級別和整個賽事名稱都改稱為MotoGP,不再是WGP。製造商們這才得到許可擴大四行程機車的引擎排氣量到990cc並可以選擇性地使用3到6個氣缸。所以,2002年以後MotoGP才有較快的發展。 理論上來說,500cc二行程的機車的動力弱於990cc四行程的機車。2002年的賽場上成了各種引擎車型的混戰,很快大家就發現四行程機車因大排氣量之因素,明顯比最高僅有500cc的二行程機車來得出色。所以2003年二行程車就在MotoGP級別組的賽場上消失了,而125cc和250cc級別組則只用二行程車。 從2007年開始,MotoGP級別的機車將被限制在最高排氣量800cc。公佈的原因是要照顧車手安全,因為GP級別摩托車的動力輸出和最高速度在2002年以來已經有了充分的增長。 從2010年開始,250cc級別的賽事將改變為使用四行程四缸600cc的賽車,並更名為Moto2。 從2012年開始,125cc級別的賽事將改變為使用四行程單缸250cc的賽車,並更名為Moto3;而MotoGP級別的賽車排氣量限制恢復至10...

    早期125cc的級別被限制為單缸且最低重量80KG,250cc的級別則被限制為雙汽缸最低重量100KG,這兩種級別組的比賽只有二行程車。 因為大多中高級(大於250cc)的摩托車都是四行程,在比賽中使用四行程車能讓製造商藉機開發技術積累經驗,從而獲益更多。儘管沒有任何來自官方的聲明作依據,最近歐盟關於阻止向大眾出售二行程車的決議還是讓人們對二行程車比賽能否長期存在產生了疑問。 GP級賽車允許選擇性使用3到6個汽缸,根據汽缸數不同,重量限制也不同。因為既定排量下,汽缸越多,動力越大,所以最低重量限制就升高了,作為一種平衡手段。2004年,有3、4、5個汽缸的配置,2005年Blata車隊甚至使用了V型6缸的引擎。目前GP級賽車汽缸數限制為4個,形式則不限。 由於原廠車隊與衛星車隊在金錢與技術等其他資源的不對等,賽會組織Dorna近年來為了比賽的可看性而致定了許多規定,像是衛星車隊可以在賽季中使用較多具的引擎與油量、可以使用抓地力更好的軟性輪胎、允許在賽季中針對引擎進行開發、不限制車隊與車手的私人測試次數等規定,甚至於在2016年所有車隊均使用統一的引擎控制單元,並於2019年再次規範使用統一的慣性測量單元。 GP級摩托車是特製的賽車,追求速度和可觀賞性,最高轉速18000轉/分,直線速度一般達到340km/h以上,平均圈速也能達到250km/h以上,絲毫不亞於F1。目前MotoGP最高速度記錄為札爾科(英语:Johan Zarco)在2021年在卡達羅賽爾國際賽車場的362.4公里每小時(225英里每小時),正式紀錄則是杜維西奧索(英语:Andrea Dovizioso)在2019年義大利穆杰羅賽道的356.7公里每小時(222英里每小時)。而目前F1賽事最高速度記錄為2005年由麥拉倫車隊的帕布羅在義大利國立蒙札賽車場創下的 372.6公里每小時(232英里每小時)紀錄。 也正由於速度太高,2007年的新規則選擇降低最高排氣量,減少動力輸出,比如減少傳送檔數量這類降動力的措施也被討論過,但遭到反對。這個將實行的新規則對本田車隊有利,因為它現在用的是5汽缸車,只要減少一個汽缸就行,其他廠商則需要重新設計發動機。 MotoGP級別組使用的GP級摩托車不能對大眾出售,都是世界級比賽專用車,這點和眾多產品類的比賽不同,比如世界超級摩托車錦標賽裡所使用的摩托車都是以對外...

    從各個車隊的情況看,本田、山葉、鈴木等日本廠商提供車輛、技術及資金支持的車隊佔盡了優勢,雄厚的技術資金實力使它們自1975年開始近三十年的時間幾乎壟斷了冠軍領獎台。而意大利車廠杜卡迪車隊於2003年進軍Moto GP賽事,在2007年由於知名車手凯西·斯通纳的加入,該年囊括車隊總冠軍和車手總冠軍兩項大獎,成功打破近30多年日本廠商的長期壟斷
    鈴木於2011年賽季結束後便宣布退出,但於2015年重新加入Moto GP賽事,車隊名為Team Suzuki Ecstar。
    80年代在125與250級別活躍的艾普利亞於2015年重返Moto GP賽事,與原本的開放組車隊Gresini Racing合作,車隊名為Aprilia Racing Team Gresini。
    在Moto3組別稱霸已久的奧地利車廠KTM,宣布在2017年同時加入Moto2與Moto GP級別。

    各分站進行為期三天的賽事,第一天為自由練習第一、二節(Free Practice),第二天為自由練習第三、四節(Free Practice)與排位賽(Qualify Practice),最後一天為熱身賽(Warm-Up Practice)與正式比賽(Race)

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