MotoGP: Prove Who's Fastest Racers on Earth

Fortune 99 - Motor racing event in the world's oldest known since 1900. At that time the race is taken care of by FICM (Federation Internationale des Clubs Motocyclistes) is touted as his great-grandfather FIM (Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme) which is the highest body in the world who care about things two-wheeled vehicles. It seems the definition is generally from MotoGP: Prove Who's Fastest racers on Earth.

MotoGP: Prove Who's Fastest Racers on Earth
After World War II was over, crawling motor racing championship to the international level and was officially held in 1949 and divided into 4 main classes, namely classes 500cc, 350cc, 250cc and 125cc.
MotoGP success is inseparable from the organizations that stand behind him, among others, the FIM (Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme) that deal with security hassles and the feasibility of motors sold in massive production, is also responsible for regulatory and technical aspects of racing. In addition there Dorna, which is the organizer / promoter of the MotoGP championship, IRTA (International Road Racing Team Association) organization in which consists of teams that follow the MotoGP race event, and MSMA (Motorcycle Sport Manufacturer Association) is an organization composed in MotoGP from motor manufacturers who followed this race, such as Yamaha, Ducati, Suzuki, Kawasaki, Honda and other manufacturers.

Currently, the MotoGP of the year held a total of 17 series in 15 different countries. The most important countries in MotoGP there own market in mainland Europe, namely Italy and Spain. The event is usually held every weekend and is divided into several stages, which was held Friday free practice and first official practice (often called a warm-up session), then be continued on Saturday by holding a second official practice in which the drivers try to make the record the best time to determine the position they start. And on Sunday an official race was held, but unlike in the Netherlands and Qatar are the series held on Saturdays. Racing will be conducted for about 45 minutes and the driver raced along the specified number of rounds, without entering the pits to change tires or refuel too.

The Italian rider legend Valentino "The Doctor" Rossi, who recently joined the brand leaders of technological innovation and released a custom Oakley eyewear Valentino Rossi Signature Series Holbrook, became one of legend history in the MotoGP circuit with the fastest lap record for most in a season in 2003 and the acquisition of most podiums in a season with 16 podiums in 2003, 2005 and 2008. In addition, the Oakley fellow world title holder of 2010 Jorge Lorenzo who pocketed most points in a season with a notch 383 points in the series 2010. Over the 'madness' in the above circuit, Oakley eyewear also released as a tribute to him, one of which Frogskins ® Collector Editions, glasses with special designs are a mainstay for protecting eyes in action in the circuit.

Each event was held, 14 countries broadcast live from the circuit to receive the broadcast coverage of 207 countries, 337 million households enjoy live television broadcast the MotoGP and some Delay, 60 TV Channel holds the rights to broadcast the MotoGP including some specialist satellite TV sports programs such as Eurosport and ESPN.

With nearly 120 cameras used to broadcast live, 20 cameras on the circuit, 7 cameras with the transmission of radio signals and approximately 100 on-board cameras that are placed on the motor (any motor mounted MotoGP 3 on-board camera), 12 additional cameras and network cameras individually to make a total of about 150 TV cameras, arena race for the sake of proving who is the fastest in the world ready to be served well for the lucky ones can watch it directly on the circuit as well as those enjoyed by the glass screen.

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