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Tetsuya Harada | 1993 | Suzuka

Updated: Feb 17

The 1993 Japanese Motorcycle Grand Prix was the third round of the 1993 motorbike season. 


Tetsuya Harada won his home Grand Prix, starting from Pole Position. Capirossi in the lead crashed on the last lap and thus had to postpone the appointment with his first GP250 victory.


Tetsuya Harada | 1993 | Suzuka

Tetsuya Harada | 1993 | Suzuka



My personal view

In the 1993 Suzuka Grand Prix, Tetsuya Harada dazzled fans with his phenomenal display of motorcycle racing skill. The Japanese rider showed incredible determination and passion as he navigated the winding track, pushing his abilities to the limit in pursuit of victory. With his lightning-fast reflexes and precise control, Harada showcased why he was considered one of the brightest talents in motorcycle racing at the time. His fearless overtaking maneuvers and strategic racecraft kept spectators on the edge of their seats until the very end. Ultimately, Harada's performance that day solidified his reputation as a top contender in the world of 250cc, earning him a place in the hearts of fans worldwide for years to come.



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