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Classification of the MotoGP World Championship
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MotoGP is the premier class of the Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix which originated in 2002 to replace the old GP500 class. The high-tech motorcycles used for this competition cannot be used on public roads. This has been the world's premier road racing championship since its creation in 1949 and it is currently organized by Dorna, a Spanish company, and by the International Motorcycle Federation. The championship is comprised of 18 grand prix which take place in 16 different countries of all 5 continents. This is the classification of the riders of all of the editions of this premier class.

  • Author: juan (Updated Nov 9, 2015)
  • Sources: Official source MotoGP
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Ridercolumns columns Points  (pts)
1Valentino RossiValentino Rossi306
2Jorge LorenzoJorge Lorenzo261
3Dani PedrosaDani Pedrosa234
4Casey StonerCasey Stoner220
5Colin EdwardsColin Edwards161
6Andrea DoviziosoAndrea Dovizioso160
7Toni EliasToni Elias115
8Alex De AngelisAlex De Angelis111
9Loris CapirossiLoris Capirossi110
10Marco MelandriMarco Melandri108
11Randy De PunietRandy De Puniet106
12Chris VermeulenChris Vermeulen106
13Nicky HaydenNicky Hayden104
14James ToselandJames Toseland92
15Mika KallioMika Kallio71
16Niccolo CanepaNiccolo Canepa38
17Gabor TalmacsiGabor Talmacsi19
18Aleix EspargaroAleix Espargaro16
19Sete GibernauSete Gibernau12
20Ben SpiesBen Spies9
21Yuki TakahashiYuki Takahashi9
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