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February 4th, 2013
The (still) provisional entries for the 2013 World Superbike season:
The (still) provisional entry list for the 2013 World Supersport class:
The rider line up for the 2013 Moto3 season:
The rider line up for the 2013 Moto2 season:
September 21st, 2012
Below is the MotoGP calendar for 2013:
The provisional MotoGP line up for the 2013 season so far:
Provisional rider entry list for the 2012 World Supersport class:
Below is the provisional entry list for the Moto3 class:
Provisional rider entry list for the 2012 World Superbike series:
December 13th, 2011
The latest provisional entry list of Moto2 riders for the 2012 season:
MotoGP rider entry list for the 2012 MotoGP season
FIM Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix
FIM Superbike & Supersport World Championships
FIM Superstock 1000cc Cup
Because of the earthquake in Japan, the FIM released a revised 2011 MotoGP calendar, with the Motegi MotoGP round rescheduled from April 24th to October 2nd.
2011 MotoGP calendar
Below is the transcript of a press conference held by Infront Motor Sports at the Brno World Superbike round in 2010. Speaking is Maurizio Flammini, President of Infront Motor Sports, and the subject at hand is the proposal to allow production engines in the MotoGP series, as part of the 2012 rules package.
MAURIZIO FLAMMINI (PRESIDENT, INFRONT MOTOR SPORTS)
I am very happy to be here, Superbike is always in our hearts. In our company we have split the responsibilities of our businesses between Paolo and myself and Paolo is really doing a fantastic job for World Superbike.
Paolo told me about the needs to clarify the relationship between MotoGP and SBK and this is a very good opportunity, so we decided that today was the right time to give you our clear position.
First of all, we always had one idea since the beginning: two championships are better than one so the cooperation between SBK and MotoGP has been always very good. Paolo and myself are very good friends with Carmelo so there is nothing wrong between ourselves, MotoGP and the FIM, it's a very good relationship.
But we heard about all these rumours, about MotoGP against SBK because they are going to use those engines or motorcycles derived from the series, and those rumours are becoming in some way more and more frequent.