APRILIA IS expected to return to MotoGP in 2012, if the 1000cc rule is introduced. The company is currently concentrating on World Superbikes, but is said to have already decided to make a GP return.
not be taking part in the premier class series next year. In the email Denning said there is hope that the manufacturer will return to racing in 2014, with the manufacturer continuing development on their 1000cc prototype.No official announcement has been made
THERE'S SOME talk today amongst the foreign journos that Ducati could be about to bring back the Ducati SS, in the guise of a booming 1000cc air-cooled grunter.While it doesn't seem that likely in the current economic climate, the idea of a cheaper
to what the new VFR could look like. With the sports-tourer market hotting up in recent years, it's likely the new Honda VFR will be at least 1000cc.
YAMAHA and its flagship superbike the R1 were the best selling manufacturer and supersport bike for last month.Across the UK Yamaha shifted 1,863 motorcycles in total, with the YZF R1 featuring the highest supersport and 651-1000cc bike with 263
and having fun than 'smoking' everyone else on the track, just to prove he's the best rider out there.Brilliant stuff. If the return to 1000cc engines in MotoGP makes things half as entertaining then we're in for a treat.
on final specs for 250cc singles, with a maximum bore size of 81 mm – to match proposals for 81mm-bore four-cylinder 1000cc MotoGP bikes, also planned for 2012.
an investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).Pc Bruce was involved in a pursuit of motorcyclist Alan Stuart Long on August 1st, 2008. The chase ended when Mr Long crashed his 1000cc Yamaha motorcycle. He died later in hospital as a result
speculation that the German manufacturer is to enter premier class motorcycle racing has repeatedly denied by BMW but the proposed 1000cc rules are considered by some to be a BMW charter.We'd say BMW's entry into MotoGP is about as likely as Rossi leaving
British 125cc GP winner limped away from the crash and was taken to the medical centre for a check up.Further reports have confirmed Redding will now not take part in tomorrow's planned test ride of the Suter 1000cc MotoGP bike.
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