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Alessandro Gramigni | 1992 | Shah Alam

Updated: Feb 17

The 1992 Malaysian motorbike Grand Prix was the third round of the 1992 Grand Prix motorbike racing season. It took place on the weekend of 17-19 April 1992 at the Shah Alam Circuit.


After victories in the first two races of the year by German rider Ralf Waldmann, who came third on this occasion, Italian Alessandro Gramigni took his first win of the season in Malaysia ahead of compatriot Bruno Casanova.


Alessandro Gramigni | 1992 | Shah Alam

Alessandro Gramigni | 1992 | Shah Alam



The 125cc project, born from the genius hand of Jan Witteveen, proved to be an immediate winner with Alessandro Gramigni taking victory at the third GP of the season in Malaysia. This success was the result of work that was starting to progress more and more, thanks also to the team management of Carlo Pernat. Victories, however, sometimes 'hide' incredible stories that even a Hollywood scriptwriter could not write so well.


My personal view

Alessandro Gramigni's victory at the Grand Prix of Shah Alam in the 125cc class in 1992 was a defining moment in his career. The Italian rider showcased his incredible skills and determination as he fought throughout the race, leaving his competitors in the dust on the finale. Gramigni's flawless performance on the track won him not only the race but also adoration from fans worldwide. His strategic maneuvers and expert handling of his bike solidified his position as a formidable competitor in the world of motorcycle racing. The victory at Shah Alam set the stage for a successful career for Gramigni, cementing his legacy as one of the greats in the sport.



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