Thomas Tallevi

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Thomas Tallevi
NationalityItalian
Born (1982-12-20) 20 December 1982 (age 39)
Pesaro, Italy
Motorcycle racing career statistics
250cc World Championship
Active years 2007
Manufacturers Yamaha
Championships 0
2007 championship positionNC (0 pts)
StartsWinsPodiums Poles F. laps Points
100000

Thomas Tallevi (born 20 December 1982) is an Italian Grand Prix motorcycle racer. [1]

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Career statistics

Grand Prix motorcycle racing

By season

SeasonClassMotorcycleTeamNumberRaceWinPodiumPoleFLapPtsPlcd
2007 250cc Yamaha History Racing - TZ Club Italia65100000NC
Total100000

Races by year

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2007 250cc Yamaha QAT SPA TUR CHN FRA ITA
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CAT GBR NED GER CZE RSM POR JPN AUS MAL VAL NC0

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References

  1. "Thomas Tallevi". MotoGP. Retrieved 21 April 2016.