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02:38Start

French 250cc start

06:28Checkered flag

250 race finish: Anton Mang wins

09:37Interview

Barry Sheene shares his thoughts

11:53Interview

Freddie Spencer is trying hard to get the bike in order

14:41Interview

Eddie Lawson isn't worried about Freddie Spencer

17:29Start

500cc start: Raymond Roche leads

19:04Race action

Freddie Spencer leads

20:14Crash

Boet van Dulmen and Rob McElnea crashed into the earth barriers

20:49Caution

Boet van Dulmen has a broken arm

23:16Race action

Eddie Lawson chasing for second place

26:02Race action

Freddie Spencer still leads

27:42Caution

Red and yellow flag comes out as rain starts to fall

28:27Checkered flag

Freddie Spencer wins from Eddie Lawson

29:23Interview

Post-race interviews: Freddie Spencer and Eddie Lawson

35:11Interview

Freddie Spencer is pleased with the bike

36:52Interview

Ron Haslam shares his thoughts

37:56Interview

Barry Sheene is pleased with his performance

40:18Interview

Wayne Rainey gives his thoughts for the 250cc race

42:16Start

Yugoslavian 250cc race start: Guy Bertin leads

43:48Race action

Carlos Lavado leads from Anton Mang

46:09Run off

Back marker runs off track

46:36Crash

Carlos Lavado is off

49:29Checkered flag

Manfred Herweh wins as Carlos Lavado crashes out

51:05Start

500cc start: Randy Mamola leads

52:03Crash

3 riders crash out

53:00Overtake

Eddie Lawson attacks Raymond Roche

57:51Overtake

Raymond Roche passes Ron Haslam

59:20Overtake

Raymond Roche now takes third position

01:00:22Checkered flag

Freddie Spencer wins

01:00:43Interview

Freddie Spencer relieved for the championship

French and Yugoslavian Bike GP 1984

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Duke Classics - Bike GP

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With factory-supported machinery clocking 299 k.p.h. down the main straight at Dijon, horsepower was as much the name of the game during Round 6 as any other. Honda men Freddie Spencer, Randy Mamola, Ron Haslam and Raymond Roche tried to hold off Yamaha mounted Eddie Lawson, but he was determined to be in the top three. Also featuring Round 6 of the 250 series. In Round 7 Ron Haslam scorched off the line first on the works V3 Honda. But Randy Mamola and Freddie Spencer 'knee-scraped' their way past then had to fend off Eddie Lawson on his Yamaha. Excellent ‘two-rounds-in-one’ tape - recommended!

Channel:Duke Classic Videos
About this program:Duke Classics - Bike GP
Episode title:French and Yugoslavian Bike GP 1984
Season:1980's
Episode number:5
Date:1984-03-27
Run time:1:01:58
Category:Racing coverage
Production:Duke
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