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Marco Papa

Marco Papa
Nationality Italian
Motorcycle racing career statistics
Grand Prix motorcycle racing
Active years1980, 19831996
First race1980 250 cc Nations Grand Prix
Last race1996 500 cc Imola Grand Prix
Team(s)Paton, Cagiva

Marco Papa (16 March 1958 in Perugia, Umbria, Italy, – 9 September 1999 near Adro Italy) was a Grand Prix motorcycle road racer.[1] His most successful year was in 1990 when he finished in 13th place in the 500cc world championship aboard a Moto Club Perugia sponsored Honda NS500.[2] Papa perished in a road accident in September 1999. A Turn was dedicated to him at Magione circuit near Perugia.

External links

  • Official MotoGP website Marco Papa profile


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