Motorcycle Racing

Motorcycle racing is one of the most popular racing games in the world. Motorcycle racing are divided into two categories. One is off road disciplines and another one is tarmac based road disciplines. In this discipline, there are many sub groups. In the hill climbing, a rider can go very fast to reach the line in given time. The hill climbs are much closer to the public and private roads. Super cross is located in stadiums in the variety of close and open areas, these are not used for the numerous jump. Flack Track is one of the American oldest motorcycle riding. Every year, the race computation is arranged in the United States.

Grand Prix motorcycle racing is also called as MotoGP. 125cc, 250cc, and the 500cc. All these are the three types of Grand Prix motorcycles as of the year 2002. The 125cc machine is a one cylinder and minimum weight of this machine is 80 kg. The 250cc machine has a double cylinder and minimum weight of the machine is 100 kg. Endurance racing is one of the main categories of motorcycle racing. In this teams, many riders attempt to the single event to cover the long distance. Endurance races can run the laps as quickly as possible in a cover of the set distance, or preset amount of time it cover the much of the distance as possible. The MotoGP premier class of motorcycle racing has been changed in the recent year. The year of 1970s to until 2002, the top class of GP race allowed 500cc with max 4 cylinders. Regarding the engine, it was a four stroke or a two stroke.

The result of the year 2008-09 markets down, MotGP cut the costs by changing the effect. Practice session and testing session was reduced. The Rider travels to the FIM championship series. The championship held in Italy and Spain. More number of riders participates in this championship. The most number of riders are participating in the US. When rider crashes the marshal, they give a yellow card, the yellow flag passing the area of the track. Even if rider falls in the tracker, he cannot be evacuated safely from the track. Motorcycles have two types of crashes; the most dangerous is the high side and low side. A flag-to-flag rule for MotoGP was introduced in the year of 2005. If a race started and it rains, then the riders can take the red flag to stop the game.

The super bike world championship is also known as a premier worldwide championship. In the championship, there are two rounds of races. The results of each race are combined to determine two annual world championships, one for manufactures and another one is riders. Europe is a one of the Super bike world championship market center.