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All about MotoGP 2019

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All about MotoGP 2019

All about MotoGP 2019

Category: Motorcycle Sport

Played: Internationally

Established in: 1949

Variants: 3 – MotoGP World Championship, Moto2 World Championship, and Moto3 World Championship

Governing Body: Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme (FIM), rights owned by Dorna Sports.

Associated Bodies: International Road Racing Teams Association (IRTA) and the Motorcycle Sport Manufacturers Association (MSMA)

Official Website:

The 3 Variants of MotoGP

  • MotoGP World Championship

    • Constructors: Ducati, Honda, Yamaha
    • Tire Suppliers: Bridgestone
    • Current Champion (Rider): Marc Marquez (Spain)
    • Current Constructors’ Champion: Honda
  • Moto2 World Championship

    • Constructors: Kalex, Suter, Speed Up, Motobi, FTR, Tech 3
    • Tire Suppliers: Dunlop
    • Current Champion (Rider): Pol Espargaro (Spain)
    • Current Constructors’ Champion: Kalex
  • Moto3 World Championship

    • Constructors: KTM, Mahindra, FTR, Honda, Kalex
    • Tire Suppliers: Dunlop
    • Current Champion (Rider): Maverick Vinales (Spain)
    • Constructors’ Champion: KTM

MotoGP Overview

MotoGP or the Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix is considered to be the premier motorcycle road racing championship. It has been classified in 3 different classes like MotoGP, Moto2, and Moto3. Motorcycles on offer in all these three classes use four-stroke engines. Till the year 2010, there were a separate 250 cc two-stroke motorcycles but on that very same year, it was replaced by the new Moto2 600 cc four-stroke class competition.

Similarly, the 125 cc two-stroke competition was replaced by the Moto3 250 cc four-stroke class competition, but with a weight limit of 65 kg which includes the fuel. The engine capacity for the MotoGP championship was increased to 1000 cc from 800 cc for the same year.

The difference between MotoGP vehicles and Superbike World Championships is that the bikes used in all three classes of MotoGP championships are not available for the public in general and it is even illegal if a normal person owns such bike for his/her personal usages, whereas in the Superbike World Championships are concerned the modified versions of its bikes are easily available in the market for purchasing.

The rules and regulations for the MotoGP are decided by the four main bodies, Federation International de Motocyclisme (FIM), Drona Sports, International Road Racing Teams Association (IRTA) and the Motorcycle Sport Manufacturers Association (MSMA). The Drona Sports has a casting vote in case of technical modifications, whereas the MSMA has a veto. All these three bodies jointly create the Grand Prix Commission.

MotoGP 2019: Dates, Schedule, and Venue:

Dates: Sun, 10 Mar 2019 – Mon,18 Nov 2019

Schedule & Tracks:

No. Grand Prix Date Time Track Results
Qatar Grand Prix
Sun, 10 Mar
Losail Circuit
1. Andrea Dovizioso
2. Marc Marquez
3. Cal Crutchlow
Argentine Grand Prix
Sun, 31 Mar
Autódromo Termas de Río Hondo
1. Marc Marquez
2. Valentino Rossi
3. Andrea Dovizioso
Grand Prix of the Americas
Mon, 15 Apr
12:30 A.M
Circuit of the Americas
1. Alex Rins
2. Valentino Rossi
3. Jack Miller
Spanish Grand Prix
Sun, 5 May
5:30 P.M
Circuito de Jerez
1. Marc Marquez
2. Alex Rins
3. Andrea Dovizioso
French Grand Prix
Sun, 19 May
5:30 P.M
Bugatti Circuit
1. Marc Marquez
2. Andrea Dovizioso
3. Danilo Petrucci
Italian Grand Prix
Sun, 2 Jun
5:30 P.M
Mugello Circuit
1. Danilo Petrucci
2. Marc Marquez
3. Andrea Dovizioso
Catalan Grand Prix
Sun, 16 Jun
5:30 P.M
Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya
1. Marc Marquez
2. Fabio Quartararo
3. Danilo Petrucci
Dutch TT (Tourist Trophy)
Sun, 30 Jun
5:30 P.M
TT Circuit Assen
1. Maverick Vinales
2. Marc Marquez
3. Fabio Quartararo
German Grand Prix
Sun, 7 Jul
5:30 P.M
1. Marc Marquez
2. Maverick Vinales
3. Cal Crutchlow
10 Czech Republic Grand Prix Sun, 4 Aug 5:30 P.M Masaryk Circuit TBA
11 Austrain Grand Prix Sun, 11 Aug 5:30 P.M Red Bull Ring TBA
12 British Grand Prix Sun, 25 Aug 5:30 P.M Silverstone Circuit TBA
13 San Marino and Rimini’s Coast Grand Prix Sun, 15 Sep 5:30 P.M Misano World Circuit Marco Simoncelli TBA
14 Aragon Grand Prix Sun, 22 Sep 5:30P.M Ciudad del Motor de Aragón TBA
15 Thailad Grand Prix Sun, 6 Oct 12:30 P.M Chang International Circuit TBA
16 Japanese Motorcycle Grand Prix Sun, 20 Oct 10:30 A.M Twin Ring Motegi TBA
17 Australian Motorcycle Grand Prix Sun, 27 Oct 9:30 A.M Phillip Island Circuit TBA
18 Malaysian Motorcycle Grand Prix Sun, 3 Nov 12:30 P.M Sepang Circuit TBA
19 Valencia Grand Prix Sun, 17 Nov 6:30 P.M Circuit Ricardo Tormo TBA
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