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Haruchika Aoki

Haruchika Aoki
Nationality Japan Japanese
Motorcycle racing career statistics
Grand Prix motorcycle racing
Active years1993 - 1999, 2001 - 2002
First race1993 125cc Australian Grand Prix
Last race2002 250cc Valencia Grand Prix
First win1995 125cc Australian Grand Prix
Last win1996 125cc Brazilian Grand Prix
Team(s)Honda
Championships125cc - 1995, 1996

Haruchika Aoki (青木 治親 Aoki Haruchika?, born March 28, 1976 in Gumma, Japan) is a former Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. He was a two-time F.I.M. 125cc world champion.[1] He is the youngest of three Aoki brothers who have competed in motorcycle Grand Prix races.

Aoki began his Grand Prix career in 1993 with Honda. He won two consecutive 125cc world championships in 1995 and 1996 with Honda before moving up to the 250cc class in 1997. After two years in the 250cc class, Aoki made the move to the 500cc class in 1999. In 2000, he competed in the Superbike World Championship on a Ducati before returning to Grand Prix racing in 2001. Racing a V-twin, two-stroke Honda NSR500V, he finished the season as the top privateer. Aoki retired after the 2002 season.

Afterwards, he participated in the Japanese Auto Race series.

Races by year

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

Year Class Machine 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Pos Pts
1993 125cc Honda AUS
14
MAL
11
JPN
7
SPA
19
AUT
16
GER
20
NED
Ret
EUR
10
SMR
Ret
GBR
18
CZE
Ret
ITA
13
USA
5
FIM
13
14th 39
1994 125cc Honda AUS
17
MAL
10
JPN
17
SPA
14
AUT
25
GER
NED
12
ITA
9
FRA
12
GBR
13
CZE
19
USA
4
ARG
12
EUR
3
12th 59
1995 125cc Honda AUS
1
MAL
18
JPN
1
SPA
1
GER
1
ITA
1
NED
5
FRA
1
GBR
Ret
CZE
2
BRA
3
ARG
14
EUR
1
1st 224

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