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The 1995 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season was the 47th F.I.M. Road Racing World Championship season.
1995 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season Wikipedia
Honda's Mick Doohan captured his second consecutive 500cc crown in 1995. Suzuki's Daryl Beattie had an early season points lead but crashed and injured himself in practice at Assen. Luca Cadalora again won two races for Yamaha but failed to show any consistency. Kevin Schwantz retired after the third race of the season with his numerous injuries finally taking their toll.
Max Biaggi also won his second consecutive 250 championship for Aprilia with his eight victories second only to Mike Hailwood's 10 victories in 1966. Haruchika Aoki easily won the 125 title for Honda with seven wins.
† Half-points awarded in Malaysia, as the riders did not complete the sufficient distance for full points.