2014 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season
The World Motorcycle Championship season 2014 will be the 66th in the history of FIM motorcycle road racing World Championship.
In all classes, 18 races are held.
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World Champion will be the one driver or the designer, which until the end of season the most points accumulated in the World Cup. The distribution of points, the placings in the overall results of each race are taken into account. The fifteen first-placed rider in each race will receive points according to the following scheme:
In the ranking are all obtained results.
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- The not been held since 1999 and 1992 Grand Prix of Argentina and Brazil are back in the provisional race calendar.
- The since 2005 discharged only in the MotoGP class Grand Prix of the United States is no longer in the racing calendar.
- The CRT format is replaced by the open-format. Teams who want to start under these new rules must use the unit control unit of Magneti Marelli. Teams that use their own software, will in future referred to as "Factory". In addition, the Factory teams may carry only 20 liters of fuel for a race distance. The Open teams get 4 liters more. Another limitation concerns the number of engines per season and drivers. Open teams may use 12, Factory Team 5.
(As of March 24, 2014 )
MotoGP (1000 cm ³)
Teams and Drivers
The list of teams and drivers corresponds to the official Register of FIM. Guest, replacement and wildcard are ignored in this overview.
Grand Prix of Qatar
The Grand Prix of Qatar at the Losail International Circuit was held on 23 March 2014 and went over a distance of 22 laps of 5.380 km, which corresponds to a total distance of 118.800 km.
Defending champion Marc Márquez won the Grand Prix of Qatar ahead of Valentino Rossi and his team-mate Dani Pedrosa. Fourth was Aleix Espargaró ahead of Andrea Dovizioso and Cal Crutchlow. Last year's winner Jorge Lorenzo is still plunged in the first round, and thus remained without points. Also thrown are Stefan Bradl, Andrea Iannone and Álvaro Bautista.