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Here are the top ten articles for the Osteoporosis Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Japanese MotoGP 2005
Motegi MotoGP round provided plenty of excitement for fans as the riders hit the circuit. The question on everyone´s lips as to whether Valentino Rossi would clinch another World Championship title at this circuit, was answered when he surprisingly made an error and crashed out of the race.

2. 2005 MotoGP Calendar
Racing calendar for 2005

3. 2005 MotoGP Riders List
2005 MotoGP Riders List

4. Racing the flags
Motogp officials communicate with the riders on the track by the use of flags. Here are some of the flags shown by the marshalls on race days and what they mean to the riders.

5. Sachsenring MotoGP on Jul 27
The Sachsenring MotoGP takes place on July 27, 2003. This race comes from a street race begun in the 1920s, which had to be shut down in 1990 because of traffic concerns.

6. Final race of the 2005 season
The final race of the MotoGP season begins next weekend at Valencia in Spain.

7. World Superbike Championship Calendar 2006
World Superbike Championship Calendar 2006

8. Tickets Sold Out For The Boys Are Back In Town
The Boys are back in Town and all tickets are sold out to the first Motogp at Laguna Seca Raceway in eleven years.

9. British Motogp 2005 - 125cc
The 125cc class of Motogp rejoined the season at Donnington facing terrible weather conditions with many of the field crashing out and a race restart.

10. MotoGP History and Background
The MotoGP was established by FIM in 1949 as a road racing class. Originally established with 4 classes it has now evolved into three classes comprising of 125cc, 250cc with the premier class known as the Motogp World Championship.



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