DORNA has announced changes to MotoGP qualifying in 2013, a move that will give privateer teams more TV coverage and therefore sets out to encourage more CRT teams into the sport.MotoGP's tiered qualifying is less straight forward than that in F1
THE Grand Prix Commission has approved a set of rule changes for next year and beyond to spice up MotoGP and reduce costs.The most notable is the introduction of a MotoGP penalty point system aimed at discouraging riders from dangerous moves
VISORDOWN TOLD you yesterday about the increasingly loud rumours about Ruben Xaus riding the BMW superbike in next year’s WSB championship, well overnight the rumour-mill for the big diesels has gone into meltdown.According to the Spaniards (who
with Motorsport Magazin, who along with Rossi has already had a chance to see the first iteration of Ducati's Desmosedici GP12 in tests at Jerez and Mugello."I think that we won't see any change. It's only 200cc extra in the motor. The bikes will be similar. Every
AFTER HIS much publicised swap of chief technician with James Toseland, Colin Edwards has spoken officially about the new partnership of himself with wild-haired genius Guy Coulon.Speaking about the team changes after the first new set-up test last
MOTOGP organisers Dorna have announced new rule changes to the 2011 MotoGP series and incoming Moto3 championship for 2012.This morning's press release reads as follows:1. Practice Time schedule:Two days for each class.-MotoGP: 4 sessions of 60
TO tackle the financial and grid problems faced by the WSB championship, the organisers are proposing to introduce one bike per rider and considering a change to BSB EVO-spec rules.Meetings took place in Misano and Brno between the organizers
IT LOOKS as though Yamaha's Jorge Lorenzo may have hit on the ideal solution to sorting out his arm-pump problem - by shifting his handlebars further forward.The Spanish former mutli-World Champion is to try a new riding position set-up during Sunday's race at Estoril in an ef...
are the forks and steering components.An aim of the new bike is to offer a more versatile package depending on rider preference and track conditions, commenting on this he said: "We significantly changed the distribution of weight and the bike dimensions
TRIUMPH has announced ex-World Supersport champ Sebastien Charpentier has left the Triumph BE1 Racing team. It's believed Charpentier was disappointed by his performance at the opening round in Australia; the Frenchman doesn't believe he has the pace anymore that took him to two ...
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