2006 Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing Season

The 2006 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 58th F.I.M. Road racing World Championship season.

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2006 Grand Prix Motorcycle Racing Season - Participants - 125cc Participants
... to the official website www.motogp.com Team Constructor Motorcycle No Rider Rounds Elit - Caffé Latte Honda Honda RS125R 1 Thomas Lüthi 1–10, 12–17 11 Sandro Cortese 1–10 ... Racing Team Aprilia Aprilia RS 125 R 8 Lorenzo Zanetti 1–10, 12–17 Red Bull KTM Junior Team KTM KTM 125 FRR 9 Michael Ranseder 1–9, 12–17 17 Stefan Bradl 1–10 ...

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