2012 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season


2012 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season
2012 F.I.M. Grand Prix motorcycle racing season
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The 2012 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season will be the 64th F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season.

The MotoGP class changes to allow up to 1,000 cc (61 cu in) in capacity, with a limit of 4 cylinders and a maximum 81 mm (3.2 in) cylinder bore.[1] In addition, outside of the factories, Claiming Rule Teams (CRT) will be introduced, allowing participation by independent teams with lower budgets. CRTs will be given twelve engines per rider, six more than the other teams and more fuel – 24 litres (5.3 imperial gallons) instead of 21 litres (4.6 imperial gallons) – but will be subject to a factory team buying, or "claiming", their engines for €15,000, or €20,000 with the transmission.[2] The sport's governing body has received applications from sixteen new teams looking to join the MotoGP class.[3] In June 2011, the FIM announced that six teams from Moto2 – Interwetten Paddock, Forward Racing, Marc VDS, Kiefer Racing, Speed Master and BQR-Blusens – had been granted entries to the 2012 grid;[4] in November, a seventh new team – Paul Bird Motorsports – announced that it had been accepted to the grid, running under CRT regulations.[5]

The 2012 season will see the introduction of four-stroke bikes in the new Moto3 class.[6]

Contents

Provisional race calendar

The Fédération Internationale de Motocyclisme released an 18-race provisional calendar on 14 September 2011.[7]

Round Grand Prix Circuit Date
1 Qatar Qatar Grand Prix[8] Losail 15 April
2 Spain Spanish Grand Prix[9] Jerez 29 April
3 Portugal Portuguese Grand Prix[7] Estoril 6 May
4 France French Grand Prix[10] Le Mans 20 May
5 Catalonia Catalan Grand Prix[11] Catalunya 3 June
6 United Kingdom British Grand Prix[12] Silverstone 17 June
7 Netherlands Dutch TT[13] Assen 30 June
8 Germany German Grand Prix[7] TBD 8 July
9 Italy Italian Grand Prix[14] Mugello 15 July
10 United States United States Grand Prix[15] Laguna Seca 29 July
11 United States Indianapolis Grand Prix[16] Indianapolis 19 August
12 Czech Republic Czech Republic Grand Prix[17] Brno 26 August
13 San Marino San Marino Grand Prix[18] Misano Adriatico 16 September
14 Aragon Aragon Grand Prix[19] Motorland Aragón 30 September
15 Japan Japanese Grand Prix[20] Motegi 14 October
16 Malaysia Malaysian Grand Prix[21] Sepang 21 October
17 Australia Australian Grand Prix[22] Phillip Island 28 October
18 Valencian Community Valencian Grand Prix[23] Valencia 11 November

Participants

MotoGP participants

Team Constructor Motorcycle Rider
BQR-Blusens[4] TBA TBA TBA
Cardion AB Motoracing Ducati Ducati Desmosedici GP12 Czech Republic Karel Abraham[24]
Ducati Team Ducati Ducati Desmosedici GP12 United States Nicky Hayden[25]
Italy Valentino Rossi[26]
Forward Racing[4] Suter-BMW[27] TBA United States Colin Edwards[28]
Kiefer Racing[4] TBA TBA TBA
LCR Honda MotoGP Honda Honda RC213V Germany Stefan Bradl[29]
Mapfre Aspar Team MotoGP TBA[30] TBA Spain Aleix Espargaro
Marc VDS Racing Team[4] TBA TBA TBA
Monster Yamaha Tech 3 Yamaha Yamaha YZR-M1 United Kingdom Cal Crutchlow[31]
Italy Andrea Dovizioso[32]
Paddock GP Racing[4] TBA TBA TBA
Paul Bird Motorsports TBA-Aprilia[5] TBA United Kingdom James Ellison[5]
Pramac Racing Team Ducati Ducati Desmosedici GP12 Spain Héctor Barberá[33]
Repsol Honda Team Honda Honda RC213V Spain Dani Pedrosa[34]
Australia Casey Stoner[34]
San Carlo Honda Gresini Honda Honda RC213V Spain Álvaro Bautista[35]
FTR-Honda[36] FTR MGP12 TBA
Speed Master[4] TBA-Aprilia[37] TBA Australia Anthony West[38]
Yamaha Factory Racing Yamaha Yamaha YZR-M1 Spain Jorge Lorenzo[39]
United States Ben Spies[40]
Key
Regular Rider
Wildcard Rider
Replacement Rider

Moto2 participants

Team Constructor Motorcycle Rider
Gresini Racing[41] TBA TBA TBA
GP Team Switzerland[41] TBA TBA TBA
Ioda Racing Project[41] TBA TBA TBA
Italtrans Racing Team[41] TBA TBA Italy Claudio Corti[42]
Japan Takaaki Nakagami[42]
JiR Moto2[41] Motobi TBA Brazil Eric Granado[43] [N 1]
France Johann Zarco[43]
Kiefer Racing[41] TBA TBA TBA
Mapfre Aspar Moto2[41] TBA TBA Spain Toni Elías[44]
Spain Nicolás Terol[45]
Marc VDS Racing Team[41] Kalex[46] TBA United Kingdom Scott Redding[47]
MZ Motor[41] TBA TBA TBA
NGM Mobile Forward Racing[41] Suter TBA San Marino Alex de Angelis[48]
Japan Yuki Takahashi[49]
Pons HP 40 Tuenti[41] Kalex[50] TBA Spain Pol Espargaró[50]
Spain Esteve Rabat[51]
QMMF Racing Team[41] TBA TBA TBA
Racing Team by Queroseno[41] TBA TBA TBA
Speed Master[41] FTR[37] TBA Italy Andrea Iannone[37]
Speed Up[41] TBA TBA TBA
Stop and Go Racing Team[41] TBA TBA Spain Ángel Rodríguez[52]
Team CatalunyaCaixa Repsol[41] TBA TBA Spain Marc Márquez[53]
Tech 3[41] Tech 3 TBA Belgium Xavier Siméon[54]
United Kingdom Bradley Smith[54]
Technomag CIP[41] TBA TBA TBA
TT Motion Events[41] TBA TBA TBA

Moto3 participants

Team Constructor Motorcycle Rider
Ajo Motorsport Red Bull[55] KTM[56] TBA TBA
Avant AirAsia Ajo[55] TBA TBA TBA
Bankia Aspar Team[55] TBA TBA TBA
By Queroseno Racing[55] TBA TBA Spain Maverick Viñales[57]
Caretta Technology[55] TBA TBA TBA
CBC Corse[55] TBA TBA TBA
Gresini Racing[55] TBA TBA TBA
Ioda Racing Project[55] TBA TBA TBA
Mahindra Racing Team[55] Mahindra-Oral[58] Mahindra MGP30 Germany Marcel Schrötter[58]
United Kingdom Danny Webb[58]
Monlau Competicion[55] TBA TBA TBA
Moto FGR[55] TBA TBA TBA
Moto Racing Matteoni[55] TBA TBA TBA
MZ Motor Co[55] TBA TBA Germany Toni Finsterbusch[59]
Phonica Racing[55] TBA TBA TBA
Racing Team Germany[55] TBA TBA TBA
RW Racing GP[55] Kalex-KTM[60] TBA South Africa Brad Binder[60]
Spain Luis Salom[60]
Team Italia FMI[55] TBA TBA TBA
Team Machado[55] TBA TBA TBA
Technomag-CIP[55] TBA TBA Japan Kenta Fujii[61]
TT Motion Events Racing[55] TBA TBA TBA

Notes

  1. ^ Eric Granado will only be competing from the British Grand Prix onwards, after he reaches the age of 16 which is the minimum age to compete in the championship.[43]

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