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)

Grand Prix motorcycle racing[edit]

Races by year[edit]

(key)

Year Class Bike 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Pos. Pts
2001 125cc Rieju JPN RSA SPA FRA ITA CAT NED GBR GER CZE POR VAL
Ret
PAC AUS MAL BRA NC 0
2002 125cc Honda JPN RSA SPA FRA ITA CAT NED
23
GBR
14
GER CZE POR BRA PAC MAL AUS VAL 34th 2
2003 125cc Malaguti JPN
16
RSA
18
SPA
23
FRA
Ret
ITA
Ret
CAT
19
NED
14
GBR
Ret
GER
15
CZE
18
POR
12
BRA
24
PAC
18
MAL
17
AUS
13
VAL
18
25th 10
2004 125cc Gilera RSA
21
SPA
13
FRA
20
ITA
Ret
CAT
DNS
NED
DNS
BRA
Ret
GER
Ret
GBR
14
CZE
15
POR
12
JPN
2
QAT
5
MAL
5
AUS
Ret
VAL
15
16th 53
2005 125cc Honda SPA
3
POR
4
CHN
2
FRA
Ret
ITA
8
CAT
10
NED
18
GBR
3
GER
7
CZE
6
JPN
10
MAL
7
QAT
10
AUS
12
TUR
7
VAL
7
6th 141
2006 125cc Honda SPA
Ret
QAT
14
TUR
13
CHN
8
FRA
3
ITA
11
CAT
10
NED
Ret
GBR
11
GER
11
CZE
10
MAL
11
AUS
8
JPN
11
POR
7
VAL
Ret
11th 83
2007 250cc Aprilia QAT
12
SPA
11
TUR
10
CHN
10
FRA
12
ITA
13
CAT
Ret
GBR
11
NED
11
GER
18
CZE
12
RSM
Ret
POR
9
JPN
Ret
AUS
17
MAL
20
VAL
Ret
14th 49
2008 250cc Gilera QAT
12
SPA
Ret
POR
Ret
CHN
14
FRA
Ret
ITA
14
CAT
15
GBR
17
NED
13
GER
12
CZE
17
SMR
11
IND
C
JPN
15
AUS
10
MAL
11
VAL
Ret
18th 33

Supersport World Championship[edit]

Races by year[edit]

Year Bike 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Pos. Pts
2009 Honda AUS
24
QAT
22
SPA
21
NED
21
ITA
21
RSA
20
USA SMR GBR CZE GER ITA FRA POR NC 0
2013 Honda AUS SPA NED ITA GBR POR ITA
Ret
RUS GBR GER TUR FRA SPA NC 0

World Superbike Championship[edit]

Races by year[edit]

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Make 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Pos. Pts
R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2 R1 R2
2010 Honda AUS
AUS
POR
POR
SPA
SPA
NED
NED
ITA
ITA
RSA
RSA
USA
USA
SMR
SMR
CZE
CZE
GBR
GBR
GER
Ret
GER
18
ITA
19
ITA
14
FRA
16
FRA
Ret
28th 2
2011 Honda AUS
AUS
EUR
EUR
NED
NED
ITA
18
ITA
15
USA
USA
SMR
SMR
SPA
SPA
CZE
CZE
GBR
Ret
GBR
16
GER
GER
ITA
ITA
FRA
FRA
POR
POR
34th 1
2013 Kawasaki AUS
AUS
SPA
SPA
NED
NED
ITA
13
ITA
11
GBR
GBR
POR
POR
ITA
ITA
RUS
RUS
GBR
GBR
GER
GER
TUR
TUR
USA
USA
25th 11
Ducati FRA
14
FRA
15
SPA
SPA

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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