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10.JORGE LORENZO

During a break between the Italian and British rounds of the 2010 Championship, Lorenzo rode a Yamaha in a parade lap around the world-famous Snaefell Mountain CDuring a break between the Italian and British rounds of the 2010 Championship, Lorenzo rode a Yamaha in a parade lap around the world-famous Snaefell Mountain Course at the Isle of Man TT.ourse at the Isle of Man TT.

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9.CASEY STONER

From 2000 to 2002, Stoner contested the national 125cc GP championships in Britain and Spain, winning the English 125cc Aprilia Championship in 2000, before moving full-time to the 250cc GP World Championships in 2002On 17 May 2012, during the pre-event press conference at the French Grand Prix, Stoner announced that he would retire from MotoGP at the end of the 2012 season

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8.KENNY ROBERTS

The AMA Grand National Championship was a series which encompassed events in four distinctive dirt track disciplines plus road racing.In 1973, in just his second season as an expert, Roberts won the AMA Grand National Championship. Despite his Yamaha dirt track motorcycle lacking the horsepower of the Harley-Davidson team, he won three races and consistently finished among the top ten, amassing a record 2,014 points in the 25-race series

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7.EDDIE LAWSON

Lawson finished the season second behind Freddie Spencer in the AMA 250cc road racing National ChampionshipHis passion for speed remains undiminished and the former World Champion now enjoys driving 250cc Superkarts often accompanied by his great friend and rival Wayne Rainey, who races in a specially modified Superkart to cope with his spinal injuries, and historic Formula One cars, with a Walter Wolf Racing WR4 at vintage events

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6.JOHN SURTEES

While still racing motorcycles full-time, Surtees performed a test drive in Aston Martin's DBR1 sports car in front of team manager Reg Parnell.He continued his involvement in motorcycling, participating in classic events with bikes from his stable of vintage racing machines

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5.MIKE HAILWOOD

During his car racing career, Hailwood raced in Formula One and World Sports Cars, but never achieved the same level of success that he had found on motorcycles. He participated in 50 Formula One Grands Prix, starting with an early phase between 1963–1965,A minute or two apart on the road, they were rarely a few seconds apart on time each lap, Hailwood losing by two seconds.

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4.MICK DOOHAN

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He was inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame in 2009 Doohan was made a Member of the Order of Australia in 1996 and received an Australian Sports Medal in 2000After his success in Grand Prix motorcycle racing he got a chance to test a Formula One race car, the Williams FW19, at Circuit de Catalunya (in Spain) in April 1998.

MICK DOOHAN

3.MARC MARQUEZ 

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as the sole rider of the new team Monlau Competición, run by his manager Emilio Alzamora.Márquez tested the Honda RC213V for the first time in Valencia after the end of the 2012 championships lapping just over a second slower than his teammate and compatriot Dani Pedrosa who topped the time sheets

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2.GIACOMO AGOSTINI

These results caught the eye of Count Domenico Agusta, who signed Agostini to ride for his MV Agusta squad as Mike Hailwood's teammateIn 1982, Agostini returned to motorcycle racing as the Marlboro Yamaha team manager. In this role he won three 500cc titles with Eddie Lawson and managed many successful riders including Graeme Crosby and Kenny Roberts

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1.VALENTINO ROSSI

He had some success in his first year, scoring consistent points and sometimes finishing just off the podium from his first race at Malaysia to Italy, but retired in both the French and Dutch rounds.Rossi subsequently signed a new contract with Yamaha for the 2007 and 2008 seasons, then for 2009 and 2010

VALENTINO ROSSI