All Japan Superbike 50° anniversario del motociclismo giapponese

All Japan Superbike 50° anniversario del motociclismo giapponese

Quest’anno l’All Japan Road Race Championship celebra 50 anni di storia: nel 1967 l’istituzione del primo campionato a due ruote del Sol Levante.

Le nozze d’oro del motociclismo giapponese. Ricorre quest’anno il 50° anniversario dalla fondazione, registratasi nel 1967, dell’All Japan Road Race Championship, il contenitore dei principali campionati motociclistici del Sol Levante voluto dalla MFJ (acronimo di Motorcycling Federation of Japan). Un anno di celebrazioni per ripercorrere la storia di una serie che ha vissuto tanti gloriosi periodi, raggiungendo l’apice del successo tra gli anni ’80 e ’90 parallelamente con il momento d’oro della 8 ore di Suzuka.

Dopo la fondazione del 1961, la federmoto giapponese MFJ organizzò nel 1962 la prima competizione motociclistica alla quale seguirono due tappe del Motomondiale a Suzuka (nel 1963 e 1964) e nel 1965 una 24 ore Endurance che precorse i tempi della 8 ore la cui edizione inaugurale si disputò più tardi, nello specifico nel 1978. Dopo questi ‘esperimenti’ nel 1967 la MFJ diede vita all’All Japan Road Race Championship con complessivamente cinque categorie in gara: la Over 250cc (moto chiaramente con cilindrata superiore al quarto di litro), 250cc, 125cc, 90cc e 50cc, quest’ultima abrogata proprio al termine della medesima stagione.

Nel 1981 l’istituzione della 500cc avvicinò l’All Japan al Motomondiale, strizzando l’occhio a partire dal 1984 anche alle cosiddette “derivate dalla serie” con le classi TT-F1 e TT-F3, sostituite successivamente dalla Superbike nel 1994. Fondamentale nel 2002 la nascita della JSB1000, attuale top class affiancata dalla J-GP2 (Moto2 e Supersport “prototipo”), ST600 (Supersport) e J-GP3 (Moto3).

TUTTI I CAMPIONI DELL’ALL JAPAN ROAD RACE CHAMPIONSHIP

1967: Takashi Matsunaga (Over 250cc), Keiji Yano (250cc), Tsunehiro Masuda (125cc), Yasunori Shigeno (90cc), Mitsuo Itoh (50cc)

1968: Takashi Matsunaga (Over 250cc), Masahiro Wada (250cc), Tadao Baba (125cc), Yoshiaki Kamiya (90cc)

1969: Morio Sumiya (Over 250cc), Hideo Kanaya (250cc), Morio Sumiya (125cc), Yutaka Oda (90cc)

1970: Hiroyuki Kawasaki (Over 250cc), Toshio Ohwaki (250cc), Yutaka Oda (125cc), Eiji Kondoh (90cc)

1971: Hideo Kanaya (Over 250cc), Toshio Ohwaki (250cc), Izumi Sugimoto (125cc), Hideo Kanaya (90cc)

1972: Yutaka Oda (Over 250cc), Yutaka Oda (125cc)

1973: Ken Nemoto (750cc), Shinji Sumiya (125cc)

1974: Ikujiro Takai (750cc), Tatsumi Aoki (125cc)

1975: Tadao Asami (750cc), Tadashi Ezaki (125cc)

1976: Ikujiroh Takai (750cc), Junzoh Satoh (350cc), Yoshikazu Mouri (250cc)

1977: Yoshikazu Mouri (750cc), Osamu Suzuki (350cc), Hiroyuki Iida (125cc)

1978: Shinichi Ueno (750cc), Iwao Ishikawa (350cc), Koji Ueda (250cc), Koji Ueda (125cc)

1979: Masaru Mizutani (750cc), Keiji Kinoshita (350cc), Mitsuo Saitoh (125cc)

1980: Osamu Suzuki (750cc), Tadahiko Taira (350cc), Noriaki Ichinose (125cc)

1981: Keiji Kinoshita (50cc), Yasuaki Fujimoto (350cc), Noriaki Ichinose (125cc)

1982: Masaru Mizutani (50cc), Teruo Fukuda (250cc), Noriaki Ichinose (125cc)

1983: Tadahiko Taira (500cc), Mitsuo Saitoh (250cc), Jiroh Kuriya (125cc)

1984: Tadahiko Taira (500cc), Shunji Yatsushiro (TT-F1), Tadashi Ezaki (TT-F3), Masaru Kobayashi (250cc), Jiroh Kuriya (125cc)

1985: Tadahiko Taira (500cc), Satoshi Tsujimoto (TT-F1), Yoichi Yamamoto (TT-F3), Masaru Kobayashi (250cc), Hisashi Unemoto (125cc)

1986: Keiji Kinoshita (500cc), Satoshi Tsujimoto (TT-F1), Yoichi Yamamoto (TT-F3), Shinjii Katayama (250cc), Kenichi Yoshida (125cc)

1987: Norihiko Fujiwara (500cc), Yukiya Ohshima (TT-F1), Masumitsu Taguchi (TT-F3), Masahiro Shimizu (250cc), Hisashi Unemoto (125cc)

1988: Norihiko Fujiwara (500cc), Shoji Miyazaki (TT-F1), Toshinobu Shiomori (TT-F3), Toshihiko Homma (250cc), Masayuki Hirose (125cc)

1989: Norihiko Fujiwara (500cc), Doug Polen (TT-F1), Doug Polen (TT-F3), Tadayuki Okada (250cc), Fuyuki Yamazaki (125cc)

1990: Shinichi Itoh (500cc), Kenichiro Iwahashi (TT-F1), Ryuji Tsuruta (TT-F3), Tadayuki Okada (250cc), Kazuko Sakata (125cc)

1991: Peter Goddard (500cc), Shoiji Miyazaki (TT-F1), Katsuyoshi Takahashi (TT-F3), Tadayuki Okada (250cc), Masafumi Ono (125cc)

1992: Daryl Beattie (500cc), Shoichi Tsukamoto (TT-F1), Tetsuya Harada (250cc), Akira Saitoh (125cc)

1993: Norifumi Abe (500cc), Keiichi Kitagawa (TT-F1), Tohru Ukawa (250cc), Yoshiaki Katoh (125cc)

1994: Wataru Yoshikawa (Superbike), Tohru Ukawa (250cc), Ken Miyasaka (125cc)

1995: Takuma Aoki (Superbike), Noriyasu Numata (250cc), Youichi Ui (125cc)

1996: Takuma Aoki (Superbike), Noriyasu Numata (250cc), Masao Azuma (125cc)

1997: Noriyuki Haga (Superbike), Daijiro Kato (250cc), Takashi Akita (125cc)

1998: Shinichi Itoh (Superbike), Shinya Nakano (250cc), Hideyuki Nakayoh (125cc)

1999: Wataru Yoshikawa (Superbike), Manabu Kamada (S-NK), Naoki Matsudo (250cc), Hideyuki Nakayoh (125cc)

2000: Hitoyasu Izutsu (Superbike), Ryuji Tsuruta (S-NK), Shinichi Nakatomi (250cc), Tomoyoshi Koyama (125cc)

2001: Akira Ryo (Superbike), Keiichi Kitagawa (S-NK), Yuichi Takeda (ST600), Taroh Sekiguchi (250cc), Hideyuki Nakayoh (125cc)

2002: Atsushi Watanabe (Superbike), Tatsuya Yamaguchi (JSB), Ryuichi Kiyonari (ST600), Tekkyu Kayoh (250cc), Hideyuki Nakajoh (125cc)

2003: Keiichi Kitagawa (JSB1000), Yoshiteru Konishi (ST600), Hiroshi Aoyama (250cc), Shuhei Aoyama (125cc)

2004: Hitoyasu Izutsu (JSB1000), Takeshi Tsujimura (ST600), Yuki Takahashi (250cc), Hideyuki Nakayoh (125cc)

2005: Shinichi Itoh (JSB1000), Takashi Yasuda (ST600), Shuhei Aoyama (250cc), Hiroyuki Kikuchi (125cc)

2006: Shinichi Itoh (JSB1000), Takashi Yasuda (ST600), Ryuji Yokoe (250cc), Takaaki Nakagami (125cc), Yu Yamashita (GP-Mono)

2007: Atsushi Watanabe (JSB1000), Yoshiteru Konishi (ST600), Youichi Ui (250cc), Hiromi Iwata (125cc), Takayoshi Mori (GP-Mono)

2008: Katsuyuki Nakasuga (JSB1000), Yoshiteru Konishi (ST600), Takumi Takahashi (250cc), Hiroyuki Kikuchi (125cc), Yasutomo Nomura (GP-Mono)

2009: Katsuyuki Nakasuga (JSB1000), Yusuke Teshima (ST600), Youichi Ui (250cc), Hiroyuki Kikuchi (125cc), Kazuki Hanafusa (GP-Mono)

2010: Kousuke Akiyoshi (JSB1000), Yoshiteru Konishi (J-GP2), Tatsuya Yamaguchi (ST600), Hikari Okubo (J-GP3), Kenta Fujii (GP-Mono)

2011: Kousuke Akiyoshi (JSB1000), Takaaki Nakagami (J-GP2), Tatsuya Yamaguchi (ST600), Kenta Fujii (J-GP3), Tetsuta Nagashima (GP-Mono)

2012: Katsuyuki Nakasuga (JSB1000), Kazuki Watanabe (J-GP2), Decha Kraisart (ST600), Masaki Tokudome (J-GP3)

2013: Katsuyuki Nakasuga (JSB1000), Kohta Nozane (J-GP2), Kazuma Watanabe (ST600), Sena Yamada (J-GP3)

2014: Katsuyuki Nakasuga (JSB1000), Yuki Takahashi (J-GP2), Ryuta Kobayashi (ST600), Sena Yamada (J-GP3)

2015: Katsuyuki Nakasuga (JSB1000), Yuki Takahashi (J-GP2), Ryuji Yokoe (ST600), Ryo Mizuno (J-GP3)

2016: Katsuyuki Nakasuga (JSB1000), Naomichi Uramoto (J-GP2), Ikuhiro Enokido (ST600), Masaki Tokudome (J-GP3)

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