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#MIN122103099 - 2010 Yamaha YZR-M1 MotoGP Bike - Jorge Lorenzo, World Champion (1:12 Scale)

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2007 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP7 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner, World Champion 2006 Honda RC211V Team Repsol Honda MotoGP Bike - Nicky Hayden, World Champion 2008 Yamaha YZR-M1 Team Fiat MotoGP Bike - Valentino Rossi
2007 Ducati Desmosedici 16 GP7 Team Marlboro MotoGP Bike - Casey Stoner, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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2006 Honda RC211V Team Repsol Honda MotoGP Bike - Nicky Hayden, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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2008 Yamaha YZR-M1 Team Fiat MotoGP Bike - Valentino Rossi, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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Ducati started its 800 cc project extremely early and according to Ducati's racing chief Filippo Preziosi, by August 2006 Ducati had already built 20 800 cc engines with various specifications. In addition, the actual bike was track tested for the first time during early May of 2006. In the 2002 World Motorcycle Grand-Prix season, bikes with 2-stroke 500cc engines raced alongside bikes with 4-stroke 990cc engines. The result of this new format was as everyone expected it to be, 4-stroke engine bikes like Repsol Honda RC211V dominated. Its V5 engine, the first to ever be employed on a motorcycle, further enhanced the Repsol Honda RC211V. Yamaha's YZR-M1 came to the track in 2002, with Max Biaggi who had arrived from Honda onboard. The YZR-M1 was thought to be the complete package, and able to take Yamaha back to winning races.
2005 Yamaha YZR-M1 Team Gauloises Yamaha MotoGP Bike - Valentino Rossi 2009 Yamaha YZR-M1 Team Fiat MotoGP Bike - Valentino Rossi, World Champion 2010 Yamaha YZR-M1 MotoGP Bike - Jorge Lorenzo
2005 Yamaha YZR-M1 Team Gauloises Yamaha MotoGP Bike - Valentino Rossi, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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2009 Yamaha YZR-M1 Team Fiat MotoGP Bike - Valentino Rossi, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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2010 Yamaha YZR-M1 MotoGP Bike - Jorge Lorenzo, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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Born on February 16th, 1979, Valentino Rossi is an Italian professional motorcycle racer and multiple MotoGP World Champion. He is widely considered one of the best motorcycle racers of all time. Yamaha's YZR-M1 came to the track in 2002, with Max Biaggi who had arrived from Honda onboard. The YZR-M1 was thought to be the complete package, and able to take Yamaha back to winning races. Yamaha's YZR-M1 came to the track in 2002, with Max Biaggi who had arrived from Honda onboard. The YZR-M1 was thought to be the complete package, and able to take Yamaha back to winning races.
1999 Ducati 996 Super Bike - Carl Fogarty, World Champion 1995 Ducati 916 Team Ducati Corse Virginio Ferrari World Super Bike - Carl Fogarty, World Champion 1994 Ducati 916 Team Ducati Corse Virginio Ferrari Motorcycle - Carl Fogarty, World Champion
1999 Ducati 996 Super Bike - Carl Fogarty, World Champion (1:6 Scale)
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1995 Ducati 916 Team Ducati Corse Virginio Ferrari World Super Bike - Carl Fogarty, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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1994 Ducati 916 Team Ducati Corse Virginio Ferrari Motorcycle - Carl Fogarty, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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Here it is, the reigning King of the Superbikes. Ducati's 996 and its predecessors have won the World Superbike Championship so many times, we've lost count. Somehow, its relatively low-tech desmodromic V-Twin engine and steel-trellis chassis continue to deliver the goods long after they should have been relegated to yesterday status. The Ducati 916 is an Italian sports motorcycle manufactured by Ducati from 1993 to 1999. In contrast to Japanese inline four-cylinder competitors of the time, its V-twin engine produced less outright power, but a more even torque spread. The 916 model was replaced by the 996 model in 1999. The Ducati 916 is an Italian sports motorcycle manufactured by Ducati from 1993 to 1999. In contrast to Japanese inline four-cylinder competitors of the time, its V-twin engine produced less outright power, but a more even torque spread. The 916 model was replaced by the 996 model in 1999.
1997 Aprilia 125 CCM Team Nastro Azzurro Motorcycle - Valentino Rossi, World Champion 1999 Aprilia 250 CCM Team Nastro Azzurro Motorcycle - Valentino Rossi, World Champion 1981 Kawasaki KR350 Motorcycle - Anton Mang, World Champion
1997 Aprilia 125 CCM Team Nastro Azzurro Motorcycle - Valentino Rossi, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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1999 Aprilia 250 CCM Team Nastro Azzurro Motorcycle - Valentino Rossi, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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1981 Kawasaki KR350 Motorcycle - Anton Mang, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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Born on February 16th, 1979 in Urbino, Italy, Valentino Rossi grew up with motor sports. His father, Graziano Rossi, a former GP rider himself, supported his son's enthusiasm for motor bikes early on. In fact, Valentino took over his racing number "46" and made it his hallmark. In 1996 Rossi participated in the World Championship for Aprilia. After winning the 125 cc world title the previous year, exceptional young italian talent Valentino Rossi moved up to the 250 cc class for 1998. Riding an Aprilia factory bike he won 5 races in his first year. His series of successes continued in 1999, too. The start of the new season was somehow marred by technical trouble and slow race starts so podium places were out of reach. Born September 29th, 1949, in Inning (Starnberg) at the Ammersee, Anton ("Toni") Mang is a former Grand Prix motorcycle road racing World Champion. In 1970 Mang joined the reigning 125 cc world champions team with Dieter Brown as his mechanic.
1985 Honda NSR 500 Motorcycle - Freddie Spencer, World Champion 1987 Honda NSR 500 GP Motorcycle - Wayne Gardner, World Champion 1989 Honda NSR 500 GP Motorcycle - Eddie Lawson, World Champion
1985 Honda NSR 500 Motorcycle - Freddie Spencer, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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1987 Honda NSR 500 GP Motorcycle - Wayne Gardner, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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1989 Honda NSR 500 GP Motorcycle - Eddie Lawson, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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Born on December 20th, 1961, in Shreveport, Louisiana, Freddie Spencer, known by the nickname "Fast Freddie," is an American former World Champion motorcycle racer. Spencer is regarded as one of the greatest motorcycle racers of the early 1980s. Born on October 11th, 1959 in Wollongong, New South Wales, Wayne Michael Gardner is a retired Australian motorcycle road racer and touring car racer. His success on the world motorcycle racing circuit earned him the nickname "The Wollongong Whiz." Born on March 11th, 1958 in Upland, California, Eddie Lawson is a former four-time Grand Prix motorcycle road racing World Champion. His penchant for consistently finishing in the points earned him the nickname "Steady Eddie".
1979 Yamaha YZR500 (OW45) GP Motorcycle - Kenny Roberts, World Champion 1990 Yamaha YZR500 (OW45) GP Motorcycle - Wayne Rainey, World Champion 1993 Suzuki RGV500 Motorcycle - Kevin Schwantz, World Champion
1979 Yamaha YZR500 (OW45) GP Motorcycle - Kenny Roberts, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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1990 Yamaha YZR500 (OW45) GP Motorcycle - Wayne Rainey, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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1993 Suzuki RGV500 Motorcycle - Kevin Schwantz, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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Born on December 31st, 1951, in Modesto, California, Kenny Roberts is a former motorcycle racer and the first American to win the 500cc Road Racing World Championship. Roberts won two AMA Grand National Championships in 1973-1974, three consecutive 500cc World Championships in 1978-1980 and three victories at the Daytona 200. The YZR500 was the Yamaha Motor Corporation's entry for 500cc Grand Prix motorcycle racing between the years of 1973 and 2002. Riders who rode it to world championships are Giacomo Agostini (1975), Kenny Roberts (1978, 1979, 1980), Eddie Lawson (1984, 1986, 1988) and Wayne Rainey (1990, 1991, 1992). The RG500 Gamma was a motorcycle built by Suzuki between 1985 and 1989 and inspired by the RG Gamma Grand Prix racer of the 1970s, capitalizing on Suzuki's seven consecutive wins in the 500cc-class. The Gamma was powered by a four-cylinder two-stroke square engine displacing 500 cubic centimeters.
1976 Suzuki RG500 GP Motorcycle - Barry Sheene, World Champion
1976 Suzuki RG500 GP Motorcycle - Barry Sheene, World Champion (1:12 Scale)
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The RG500 Gamma was a motorcycle built by Suzuki between 1985 and 1989 and inspired by the RG Gamma Grand Prix racer of the 1970s, capitalizing on Suzuki's seven consecutive wins in the 500cc-class. The Gamma was powered by a four-cylinder two-stroke square engine displacing 500 cubic centimeters.
   
 
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