Honda NSR250

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Honda NSR250
Carlos Cardus on the Honda NSR250
Manufacturer Honda Racing Corporation
Production 1985-2003
Successor Honda RS250RW
Engine 250 cc two-stroke V2

The NSR250 is a race motorcycle from the Honda NSR series. It was created by Honda Racing Corporation and debuted in 1985 for the Grand Prix motorcycle racing's 250 cc class. The 250 cc class world championship was won 8 times by riders riding the Honda NSR250: Freddie Spencer (1985), Anton Mang (1987), Sito Pons (1988, 1989), Luca Cadalora (1991, 1992), Max Biaggi (1997) and Daijiro Katoh (2001). The NSR250 was replaced by the Honda RS250RW in 2003.

Honda also mass-produced a road legal Honda NSR250R.

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