2000 Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing Season

The 2000 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 52nd F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season.

Read more about 2000 Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing Season:  Season Summary, Grands Prix, 500 Cc World Championship Final Standings, 250 Cc World Championship Final Standings, 125 Cc World Championship Final Standings

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2000 Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing Season - Participants - 125 Cc Participants
... No Rider Team Motorcycle Rounds 1 Emilio Alzamora Telefónica movistar Honda Honda All 3 Masao Azuma Benetton Playlife Honda Honda All 4 Roberto Locatelli Diesel Vasco Rossi Racing Aprilia Aprilia All 5 ... Honda Honda All 16 Simone Sanna Diesel Vasco Rossi Racing Aprilia Aprilia All 17 Steve Jenkner ADAC Sachsen Honda Honda All 18 Toni Elías Chupa Chups Matteoni Rg ... Honda Honda All 19 Alessandro Brannetti Antinucci Racing Team Honda Honda 4-6 21 Arnaud Vincent Circuito Valencia Aspar Aprilia Aprilia All 22 Pablo Nieto Festina ...

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