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Classification of the GP 250 (Moto2) World Championship
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GP 250 is the second class of the Road Racing World Championship Grand Prix. 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 competition in 250 cc.

  • Author: juan (Updated Nov 9, 2015)
  • Sources: Official source <a href="http://www.motogp.com/" target="_blank">MotoGP</a>
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Ridercolumns columns Points  (pts)
1Bruno RuffoBruno Ruffo22
2Tommy WoodTommy Wood18
3Dario AmbrosiniDario Ambrosini14
4Enrico LorenzettiEnrico Lorenzetti12
5Gianni LeoniGianni Leoni10
6Maurice CannMaurice Cann6
7Arthur WheelerArthur Wheeler6
8Alano MontanariAlano Montanari3
9Fergus AndersonFergus Anderson3
10Wilf HuttWilf Hutt3
11Benoit MusyBenoit Musy3
12Bruno FrancisciBruno Francisci2
13Douglas BeasleyDouglas Beasley2
14Cecyl SandfordCecyl Sandford2
15Bill LomasBill Lomas2
16Nino GriecoNino Grieco1
17Fron PurslowFron Purslow1
18Norman BlemingsNorman Blemings1
19Werner GerberWerner Gerber1
20Guido PacioccaGuido Paciocca1
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