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The current top division is known as MotoGP since when the four-stroke era began. Prior to that, the largest class was cc , both of which form a historical continuum as the official World Championship, although all classes have official status.
The first three classes use four-stroke engines , while the MotoE class new in uses electric motorcycles. The most successful rider in Grand Prix history is Giacomo Agostini with 15 titles and race wins.
As of , Rossi holds the record for most top-flight race wins with The commercial rights are now owned by Dorna Sports , with the FIM remaining as the sport sanctioning body.
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.
There have traditionally been several races at each event for various classes of motorcycles, based on engine size , and one class for sidecars.
Up through the s and most of the s, four-stroke engines dominated all classes. In the s, due to advances in engine design and technology, two-stroke engines began to take root in the smaller classes.
This led to a mass walk-out of the sport by the previously highly successful Honda , Suzuki and Yamaha manufacturer teams, skewing the results tables for the next several years, with MV Agusta effectively the only works team left in the sport until Yamaha and Suzuki returned with new two-stroke designs.
By this time, two-strokes completely eclipsed the four-strokes in all classes. In , Honda , on its return to GP racing, made an attempt to return the four-stroke to the top class with the NR , but this project failed, and, in , even Honda was winning with a two-stroke Previously, the championship featured a 50cc class from to , later changed to an 80cc class from to The class was dropped for the season, after being dominated primarily by Spanish and Italian makes.
Sidecars were dropped from world championship events in the s see Sidecar World Championship. This is unlike TT Formula or motocross , where two and four strokes had different engine size limits in the same class to provide similar performance.
Consequently, all machines were two-strokes, since they produce power with every rotation of the crank, whereas four-stroke engines produce power only every second rotation.
Some two- and three-cylinder two-stroke s were seen, but though they had a minimum-weight advantage under the rules, typically attained higher corner speed and could qualify well, they lacked the power of the four-cylinder machines.
Manufacturers were also permitted to employ their choice of engine configuration. Despite the increased costs of the new four-stroke engines, they were soon able to dominate their two-stroke rivals.
As a result, by no two-stroke machines remained in the MotoGP field. As a result of the — financial crisis , MotoGP underwent changes in an effort to cut costs.
Among them are reducing Friday practice sessions and testing sessions, extending the lifespan of engines, switching to a single tyre manufacturer, and banning qualifying tyres, active suspension, launch control and ceramic composite brakes.
Also, all entries adopted a standard engine control unit, with factory teams being allowed to run any software, and Open entries using a standard software.
For the season, the Open subclass was dropped, and factory entries switched to a standard engine control unit software. The starting grid is composed of three columns four for the Moto2 and Moto3 classes and contains approximately 20 riders.
Grid positions are decided in descending order of qualifying speed, with the fastest on the pole or first position. Races last approximately 45 minutes, each race is a sprint from start to finish without pitting for fuel or tires.
In , 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.
This is because the carbon brakes need to be very hot to function properly, and the water cools them too much. The suspension is also 'softened' up somewhat for the wet weather.
When a rider crashes, track marshals up the track from the incident wave yellow flags, prohibiting overtaking in that area; one corner farther up the track, a stationary yellow flag is shown.
If a fallen rider cannot be evacuated safely from the track, the race is red-flagged. Motorcycle crashes are usually one of two types: lowside , when the bike loses either front or rear tire grip and slides out on the "low" side, and the more dangerous highside , when the tires do not completely slide out, but instead grip the track surface, flipping the bike over to the "high side", usually catapulting the rider over the top.
Increased use of traction control has made highsides much less frequent. 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 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.
The MotoGP season consists of 19 Grand Prix held in 15 countries with four races in Spain and two in Italy , the same as in the previous season.
The following shows the key technical regulations for each class. It was also introduced for the year, that under rule 2. 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. The enormous power advantage of the twice as large displacement four-stroke engine over the half the size two-stroke meant that by the following season, no two-stroke bikes were racing.
MotoGP-class motorcycles are not restricted to any specific engine configuration. However, the number of cylinders employed in the engine determines the motorcycle's permitted minimum weight; the weight of the extra cylinders acts as a form of handicap.
This is necessary because, for a given capacity, an engine with more cylinders is capable of producing more power.
If comparable bore to stroke ratios are employed, an engine with more cylinders will have a greater piston area and a shorter stroke. The increased piston area permits an increase in the total valve area, allowing more air and fuel to be drawn into the engine, and the shorter stroke permits higher revs at the same piston speed, allowing the engine to pump still more air and fuel with the potential to produce more power, but with more fuel consumption too.
In motorcycles were entered with three-, four-and five-cylinder configurations. A six-cylinder engine was proposed by Blata , but it did not reach the MotoGP grids.
Presently four-cylinder engines appear to offer the best compromise between weight, power, and fuel consumption as all competitors in the series use this solution in either 'V' or in-line configuration.
In , the FIM became concerned at the advances in design and engineering that resulted in higher speeds around the race track ; regulation changes related to weight, amount of available fuel and engine capacity were introduced.
The amended rules reduced engine capacity to cc from cc and restricted the amount of available fuel for race distance from 26 litres 5. From , teams not entered by one of the major manufacturers could seek "claiming rule team" CRT status.
Claiming rule team were intended to allow independent teams to be competitive at a lower cost and increase the number of entries in MotoGP.
Claiming rule teams benefitted from less restrictive rules on the number of engines that could be used in a season, and with larger fuel allowances during the races.
Moto2 was initially a cc four-stroke class introduced in to replace the traditional cc two-stroke class. Engines were supplied exclusively by Honda, tires by Dunlop and electronics are limited and supplied only by FIM-sanctioned producers.
Carbon brake discs are banned, only steel brake discs are allowed. However, there are no chassis limitations. In Triumph replaced Honda as the sole supplier of Moto2 engines.
The cc class was replaced in by the Moto3 class. The minimum age for the Moto3 class normally is 16, and cannot be older than 28 years, or 25 years for new contracted riders participating for the first time and wild-cards.
The MotoE World Cup was introduced in and features all-electric motorcycles. Tyre selection is critical, usually done by the individual rider based on bike 'feel' during practice, qualifying and the pre-race warm-up laps on the morning of the race, as well as the predicted weather.
The typical compromise is between grip and longevity—softer compound tyres have more traction, but wear out more quickly; harder compound tyres have less traction, but are more likely to last the entire race.
Conserving rubber throughout a race is a specific skill winning riders acquire. Special 'Q' or qualifying tyres of extreme softness and grip were typically used during grid-qualifying sessions until their use was discontinued at the end of the season, but they lasted typically no longer than one or two laps, though they could deliver higher qualifying speeds.
In wet conditions, special tires 'wets' with full treads are used, but they suffer extreme wear if the track dries out.
In new MotoGP regulations limited the number of tires any rider could use over the practice and qualifying period, and the race itself, to a maximum of 31 tyres 14 fronts and 17 rears per rider.
This introduced a problem of tire choice versus weather among other factors that challenges riders and teams to optimize their performance on race day.
This factor was greeted with varying degrees of enthusiasm by participants. Rossi, disappointed with and critical of the performance of his Michelin tires, switched to Bridgestones for and won the world championship in dominant fashion.
Pedrosa switched to Bridgestones during the season. In , the rules were amended to allow more tires per race weekend—18 fronts and 22 rears for a total of 40 tires.
The lower number of tires per weekend was considered a handicap to Michelin riders. For , and , a 'spec' tyre supplier, Bridgestone, was appointed by the FIM with Michelin no longer supplying any tyres to MotoGP and returning to the category in For the whole season Bridgestone provided four specifications of front tyre, six of rear, and a single wet specification—with no qualifying specification.
For each round Bridgestone provided only two specifications for front and rear. Tyres are assigned to riders randomly to assure impartiality.
At the end of the season, Bridgestone withdrew as tyre supplier of MotoGP. The first simulator was GP , launched in In , Capcom became the new PlayStation publisher.
Milestone srl got the MotoGP licence in It received positive reviews and was released on April 23, That game came out on June 21, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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