MotoGP is the premier motorcycle racing World Championship and also the oldest motorsports championship in the world (it was established as a World Championship by the FIM in 1949). Though formerly labeled “500cc,” the premier class’ title was changed in 2002 when four-stroke machines with 990cc capacity were brought into the paddock. Maximum capacity dropped to 800cc between 2007 and 2011, but has since been bumped to 1000cc. Continually changing rule packages have also lead to an “Open” class, which allows uncompetitive teams concessions and the ability to further develop their bike. Currently, the MotoGP class is contended by Aprilia, Honda, Ducati, Suzuki, and Yamaha and on prototype racebikes rather than production motorcycles. The MotoGP World Championship also includes Moto3 (formerly 125cc) and Moto2 (formerly 250cc) World Championships.