Masao Azuma

Masao Azuma was a Japanese Grand Prix motorcycle road racer (born March 24, 1971 in Osaka, Japan) who competed in the 125cc class from 1996 to 2003. During his eight years in the 125 class he rode exclusively for Honda and used Bridgestone tyres for six of those years. He finished in the Top 5 of the Championship for four consecutive years.

Read more about Masao Azuma:  Early Career, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, Post-racing Career

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1999 Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing Season - Grands Prix
125cc winner 250cc winner 500cc winner Report 1 Malaysian Grand Prix Sepang Masao Azuma Loris Capirossi Kenny Roberts, Jr ... Report 2 Japanese Grand Prix Motegi Masao Azuma Shinya Nakano Kenny Roberts, Jr ... Report 3 Spanish Grand Prix Jerez Masao Azuma Valentino Rossi Àlex Crivillé Report 4 French Grand Prix Paul Ricard Roberto Locatelli Tohru Ukawa Àlex ...
Masao Azuma - Post-racing Career
... While his riding career was over, Masao Azuma continued to work in the MotoGP paddock ... In 2007, he worked with Bridgestone tyres as their MotoGP Field Engineer for the Rizla Suzuki MotoGP team, and in 2008 he switched to the works Ducati MotoGP team in the same role ...