1983 San Marino motorcycle Grand Prix

The 1983 San Marino motorcycle Grand Prix was the final race of the 1983 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on 2–4 September 1983 at the Autodromo Dino Ferrari.

Italy  1983 San Marino Grand Prix
Race details
Race 12 of 12 races in the
1983 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season
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Date4 September 1983
Official nameGrand Prix S. Marino[1][2][3]
LocationAutodromo Dino Ferrari
Course
  • Permanent racing facility
  • 4.933 km (3.065 mi)
500 cc
Pole position
Rider United States Kenny Roberts
Time 1:53.590
Fastest lap
Rider United States Kenny Roberts
Time 1:53.360
Podium
First United States Kenny Roberts
Second United States Freddie Spencer
Third United States Eddie Lawson
250 cc
Pole position
Rider No 250cc race was held
Fastest lap
Rider No 250cc race was held
Podium
First No 250cc race was held
Second No 250cc race was held
Third No 250cc race was held
125 cc
Pole position
Rider Spain Ricardo Tormo
Time 2:06.730
Fastest lap
Rider Spain Ángel Nieto
Time 2:06.030
Podium
First Italy Maurizio Vitali
Second Switzerland Hans Müller
Third Italy Pierluigi Aldrovandi
50 cc
Pole position
Rider Switzerland Stefan Dörflinger
Time 2:21.760
Fastest lap
Rider Spain Ricardo Tormo
Time 2:21.420
Podium
First Spain Ricardo Tormo
Second Switzerland Stefan Dörflinger
Third Italy Claudio Lusuardi

ClassificationEdit

500 ccEdit

Pos. Rider Team Machine Time/Retired Points
1   Kenny Roberts Marlboro Agostini-Yamaha YZR500 48'16.630 15
2   Freddie Spencer HRC-Honda NS500 +1.230 12
3   Eddie Lawson Marlboro Agostini-Yamaha YZR500 +7.360 10
4   Marco Lucchinelli HRC-Honda NS500 +19.390 8
5   Randy Mamola HB Sinclair-Suzuki RG500 +26.080 6
6   Marc Fontan Sonauto Gauloises-Yamaha YZR500 +26.610 5
7   Raymond Roche Moto Club Paul Ricard NS500 +27.190 4
8   Boet van Dulmen Shell Nederland-Suzuki RG500 +1'34.090 3
9   Ron Haslam HRC-Honda NS500 +1'38.570 2
10   Anton Mang HB Gallina-Suzuki RG500 +1'48.800 1
11   Leandro Becheroni RG500 +1 lap
12   Wolfgang von Muralt RG500 +1 lap
13   Philippe Coulon Marlboro-Suzuki RG500 +1 lap
14   Chris Guy RG500 +1 lap
15   Massimo Broccoli RG500 +1 lap
16   Steve Parrish Mitsui-Yamaha YZR500 +1 lap
17   Walter Magliorati Moto Club Carate RG500 +1 lap
18   Paolo Ferretti RG500 +1 lap
19   Franck Gross RS500 +1 lap
20   Peter Sjöström RG500 +1 lap
21   Fabio Biliotti Moto Club Condor RS500 +1 lap
22   Ernst Gschwender MO Motul Racing Team RG500 +1 lap
23   Børge Nielsen RG500 +2 laps
24   Jon Ekerold Cagiva GP500 +2 laps
25   Dimitris Papandreou YZR500 +2 laps
26   Franz Kaserer RG500 +2 laps
27   Andreas Hofmann RG500 +2 laps
Ret   Maurizio Massimiani HIRT Italia RS500 Retired
Ret   Didier de Radiguès Team Johnson Elf NS500 Retired
Ret   Barry Sheene Heron-Suzuki RG500 Retired
Ret   Jack Middelburg Stichting Racing Team RS500 Retired
Ret   Keith Huewen Heron Suzuki RG500 Retired
Ret   Corrado Tuzii Beton Bloc Racing RS500 Retired
Ret   Virginio Ferrari Cagiva GP500 Retired
Ret   Attilio Riondato RG500 Retired
DNS   Loris Reggiani HB Gallina-Suzuki RG500 Did not start
DNS   Carlos Lavado Venemotos-Yamaha YZR500 Did not start
DNS   Takazumi Katayama HRC-Honda NS500 Did not start
Sources:[4][5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Grand Prix uitslagen en bijzonderheden 1983". archive.li. Retrieved 2018-07-04.
  2. ^ Mitchell, Malcolm. "1983 500cc Class (FIM Grand Prix World Championship) Programmes - The Motor Racing Programme Covers Project". www.progcovers.com.
  3. ^ "Imola | The Motor Racing Programme Covers Project". progcovers.com. Retrieved 2018-07-04.
  4. ^ "1983 San Marino MotoGP | Motor Sport Magazine Database". motorsportmagazine.com. Retrieved 2018-07-04.
  5. ^ "motogp.com · SAN MARINO GRAND PRIX · 500cc Race Classification 1983". motogp.com. Retrieved 2018-07-04.


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