crashed. When he uprooted Lorenzo at Assen I cringed for him, in what looked like an honest mistake, but you just knew he was going to cop a lot of shit for it. Oh yeah and then there was Estoril where he launched himself on lap 1. I bet I wasn't the only
me this. ‘Sure we’ve had a crap weekend, it happens from time to time’ ‘ Vale struggled to get a good feeling going on Friday and then we just ran out of time’ ‘No point in worrying though as we’ll hopefully be back on it at Assen in two weeks time
now moves on to Assen, where Round Two will be certain to be just as hard fought and action-packed.RESULTS:Race 1. 1.Morris,2. Edwards, 3. Gilbertson, 4. Fry, 5. Poll, 6. R.Brown, 7. Skipper, 8. Ivanov, 9. Jordan, 10. PooleRace 2.1. Morris, 2. Edwards
:Kyalami - SpencerLe Mans - SpencerMonza - SpencerHockenheim - RobertsJarama - SpencerSalzburgring - RobertsRijeka - SpencerAssen TT - RobertsSpa-Francorchamps - RobertsSilverstone - RobertsAnderstorp - SpencerImola - Roberts
. Lowes has arrived at tracks he has never ridden before and harassed experienced riders and proven himself to be a front runner. At Assen he was knocked out of a potential victory after a dramatic high-side.
-time at an average speed of 137.1 mph (220.7 km/h).33 years – Bradley Smith followed up his maiden Moto2 podium at Silverstone with a 3rd place at Assen. This means he is the first British rider to be on the podium at successive intermediate-class GP races since Tom
more Grand Prix events than Brno is Assen, which has been on the Grand Prix calendar every year since 1949.0 - The number of victories for Honda at Brno during the 800cc era of MotoGP. Sete Gibernau’s victory in 2004 was the last time that a Honda rider
the 800cc era; the other one is Assen. The last Honda MotoGP win at Sepang was with Valentino Rossi in 2003.2 - Sepang is one of just two current circuits where Casey Stoner has not started from pole; the other one is Estoril.
fourth.For 2011 Marco earned himself a factory HRC machine and in his second year would find himself challenging for the top positions and in amongst the front-runners. He led at Jerez, but fell in the wet and took his first pole position at Assen
right to left. Injuries? Only to my helmet's paint job. In subsequent years I also packed in some crashing at Oliver's Mount, Mallory Park, Timaru, Ruapuna, Mansfield, Misano and Assen.I take a lot of convincing but even by then - five or six years
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