Fabrizio Lai

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Fabrizio Lai
Fabrizio Lai 2008 Motegi.jpg
Nationality Italy Italian
Motorcycle racing career statistics
Grand Prix motorcycle racing
Active years 2001 - 2008
First race 2001 125cc Valencia Grand Prix
Last race 2008 250cc Valencia Grand Prix
Team(s) Malaguti, Gilera, Honda, Aprilia, Rieju
Championships 0
Starts Wins Podiums Poles F. laps Points
98 0 5 0 1 371

Fabrizio Lai (born 14 December 1978 in Rho) is a Grand Prix motorcycle road racer from Italy.[1]

Biography[edit]

He won the European Championship twice in succession in 1996 and 1997 while still a teenager, before winning the Italian championship in 2002.[2] He has competed in the 125 cc World Championship since 2001, first as a wild card rider, and full-time since the 2003 season on a Malaguti. Lai achieved his first podium finish during the 2004 season as runner-up at Motegi on a Gilera,[3] He finished 6th overall in 2005 and 11th in 2006 as a Honda rider. For 2007, he switched the to the Campetella Racing Aprilia team.[2]

Career Statistics[edit]

1999- 14th, European 125cc Championship (Honda RS125R)
2000- 4th, European 125cc Championship (Honda RS125R)
2001- 5th, Italian CIV 125GP Championship (Honda RS125R)
2002- 16th, European 125cc Championship (Engineseng) / 1st, Italian CIV 125GP Championship (Engineseng)
2003- 25th, 125cc World Championship (Malaguti) / 1st, Italian CIV 125GP Championship (Malaguti)
2004- 16th, 125cc World Championship (Gilera RS 125)
2005- 6th, 125cc World Championship (Honda RS125)
2006- 11th, 125cc World Championship (Aprilia RS125)
2007- 14th, 250cc World Championship (Aprilia RSV 250)
2008- 18th, 250cc World Championship (Gilera RSV 250)
2009- NC, Supersport World Championship (Honda CBR600RR)
2010- 15th, Italian CIV Supersport 600 Championship (Honda CBR600RR)
2011- 7th, Italian CIV Superbike Championship (Honda CBR1000RR)
2012- 4th, Italian CIV Superbike Championship (Ducati 1098)
2013- 13th, Italian CIV Superbike Championship (Kawasaki ZX-10R)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fabrizio Lai". Yahoo Sport UK-Ireland. 
  2. ^ a b Fabrizio Lai biography, official website
  3. ^ "Terrific Tamada Triumphs on Home Territory", MotoGP World Championship Grand Prix Round 12, Honda.com, September 19, 2004

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