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Hideo Kanaya

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Nationality  Japanese
Name  Hideo Kanaya
Died  December 19, 2013

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Hideo Kanaya (Shinjitai: 金谷 秀夫, Hideo Kanaya, February 3, 1945 – December 19, 2013) was a Grand Prix motorcycle road racer from Japan. Kanaya began his Grand Prix career in 1967 and won his first Grand Prix at the 1972 250cc German Grand Prix. In 1972, Kanaya and Jarno Saarinen raced the first four-cylinder, two-stroke Yamaha TZ 500 in the 500cc world championship. After Saarinen's death in the 250cc race at the Italian Grand Prix at Monza, the TZ 500 project was put aside and Kanaya raced only in the 250cc class. Kanaya's best season was in 1975, when he finished third in the 500cc world championship behind his Yamaha team-mate, Giacomo Agostini and MV Agusta's Phil Read. He also won the Macau Grand Prix in 1975.

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Grand Prix motorcycle racing results

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Points system from 1950 to 1968:

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Points system from 1969 onwards:

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(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; races in italics indicate fastest lap)

References

Hideo Kanaya Wikipedia


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