Grand Prix motorcycle ranking is the premier class of motorcycle road racing. Sanctioned by the Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme, there have been MotoGP events since the early 20th century. There are typically around 19 races all around the world with a season that goes from March until November. Racers get rankings and there are standings that are found online throughout the course of the season.
MotoGP stands for Grand Prix motorcycle racing, and it is the oldest established motorsport world championship.
In MotoGP, a bike will have a horsepower anywhere between 150 and 250, making it extremely fast and valuable.
In MotoGP, there are 1,000 CC bikes. The different classes will all have a different cc. For example, Moto3 bikes all have 250 cc and Moto2 bikes have 600cc.
The bikes that we see professionals such as Valentino Rossi ride on are extremely expensive. MotoGP bikes are locked away under surveillance and are estimated to be worth about $2 million. Due to the costly materials, high tech design, and customization of the bike, these products are extremely expensive. Each engine is individually made for a specific rider, making production extremely costly.