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The results: Sheene and the RG500

The RG500 raced at GP level for 13 years before being replaced by the RGV500 in 1987. It won four riders’ world championships in the hands of Sheene (1976-77), Marco Lucchinelli (1981) and Franco Uncini (1982)

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