Aprilia
Aprilia is an Italian motorcycle company, one of the marques owned by Piaggio. Having started as a manufacturer of scooters and small-capacity motorcycles, in more recent times Aprilia has produced la...
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MV Agusta
MV Agusta, originally Meccanica Verghera Agusta, is a motorcycle manufacturer founded on 12 February 1945 near Milan in Cascina Costa, Italy. The company began as an offshoot of the Agusta aviation co...
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Ajo Motorsport
Ajo Motorsport is a Finnish team competing in the Moto3 class of Grand Prix motorcycle racing, in the Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix and in the Spanish and European championships. The team'...
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Team LCR
Team LCR is a motorcycle racing team currently competing in the MotoGP World Championship under the name CWM LCR Honda MotoGP. The team was founded in 1996 by Italian rider Lucio Cecchinello. They wil...
Kawasaki Motors Racing
Kawasaki Motors Racing was the European subsidiary of Kawasaki Heavy Industries, and was located in Netherlands. It was responsible for managing the racing activities of the MotoGP team.The subsidiary...
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Ten Kate Racing
Ten Kate Racing is a motorbike racing team, currently competing in the Superbike World Championship under the name Pata Honda and in the Supersport World Championship under the name Ten Kate Racing Pr...
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Forward Racing
Forward Racing is a motorcycle racing team competing in the MotoGP and Moto2 World Championships.
The team started competing in the MotoGP class as the Hayate Racing Team, a scaled down version of...
Aspar Racing Team
Aspar Racing Team is a Grand Prix motorcycle racing team from Spain, currently competing in the MotoGP and Moto3 World Championships.
The team was created by former world champion Jorge Martínez i...
KTM
KTM-Sportmotorcycle AG is an Austrian motorcycle manufacturer, which was formed in 1992 but traces its foundation as early as in 1934. In 1992 the company was spun off from its parent company KTM when...
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Ducati Corse
Ducati Corse is the racing team division of Ducati that deals with the firm's involvement in motorcycle racing. It is directed by Claudio Domenicali and is based inside Bologna, in quartiere Borgo Pan...
Repsol Honda
Repsol Honda is the official factory team of Repsol S.A. and the Honda Racing Corporation in the MotoGP World Championship.
In 1995 the team entered a 3 rider lineup with Mick Doohan, Àlex Crivill...
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Aprilia RXV/SXV
The RXV/SXV series are four-stroke, v-twin off road (RXV) or dual sport supermoto (SXV) motorcycles produced by Aprilia since 2006. Both versions have either 449 cc (27.4 cu in) or 549&...
Aprilia RXV/SXV - Wikipedia
Interwetten Racing (MotoGP)
Interwetten Paddock is a Grand Prix motorcycle racing team from Switzerland, currently competing in the Moto2 and Moto3 classes.
Emmi-Caffé Latte Racing Team (formerly Elit-Caffé Latte Racing Team...
Seedorf Racing
Seedorf Racing was a motorcycle racing team owned by Dutch footballer Clarence Seedorf. It took part in the 125cc World Championship from 2003 until 2007.The team was founded in 2002 by Seedorf himsel...
Marc VDS Racing Team
Marc VDS Racing Team is a Belgian auto and motorcycle racing team founded by Marc van der Straten, although it is composed of several smaller teams all operating under the Marc VDS banner. The team c...
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Aprilia RSV 250
The Aprilia RSV 250 is a race motorcycle manufactured by Aprilia to race in the Grand Prix motorcycle World Championship. It was debuted in 1991; in its history it underwent several modifications and ...
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Pulse 500
The Pulse GP team was formed by Dave Stewart, ex-team manager of BSL. Stewart had left BSL at the end of 2000 with the intention of setting up his own European-based GP team the following year. The Pu...
TAS Racing
TAS Racing (Temple Auto Salvage) is an International motorcycle road racing team based in Moneymore, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland. Owned by Hector Neill, with his son Philip Neill as the team ...
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Tech 3
Tech 3 is a motorcycle racing team currently competing in MotoGP World Championship under the name Monster Yamaha Tech 3 and in the Moto2 World Championship under the name Tech 3 Moto2.The team was fo...
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Louis Christen Racing
Louis Christen Racing, commonly known as LCR, is a Swiss sidecar manufacturer named after founder Louis Christen. LCR sidecars have dominated sidecar road racing winning 30 World Sidecar Championships...
Louis Christen Racing - Wikipedia
Aprilia SL 750 Shiver
The Aprilia Shiver 750 is a naked bike manufactured by Italian motorcycle manufacturer Aprilia. The motorcycle incorporates Ride by Wire Technology and a 90° V-twin engine. The Shiver is also availab...
Aprilia SL 750 Shiver - Wikipedia
IodaRacing Project
IodaRacing Project is an Italian motorcycle constructor and racing team based in Terni, Italy. The team currently fields ART motorcycles in MotoGP and Suter chassis in Moto2. The team's current riders...
IodaRacing Project - Wikipedia
Shaun Muir Racing
Shaun Muir Racing or SMR was the championship winning team for the 2011 British Superbike Championship with rider Tommy Hill. SMR is an international race team based in Guisborough, Cleveland in the n...
Shaun Muir Racing - Wikipedia
Mahi Racing Team India
Mahi Racing Team India is a FIM Supersport World Championship team founded by the captain of the Indian cricket team, Mahendra Singh Dhoni. The team entered the last rounds of the 2012 season under th...
Pons Racing
Pons Racing is a motorcycle and auto racing team based in Spain. The team was founded by former 250cc world champion Sito Pons in 1992. In motorcycle road racing world championships, Pons has fielded ...
World Championship Motorsports
World Championship Motorsports (WCM) was a grand-prix motorcycle racing team formed in 1992 by american Bob MacLean and british Peter Clifford. The team ran Yamaha motorcycles from 1997 to 2002 and wa...
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