CASEY Stoner dominated every single session at the US Laguna Seca MotoGP. The championship leader notched up his third pole position of the season.Stoner dominated the session and was only topped temporariliry by Rizla Suzuki's Chris Vermeulen
on the podium today. We didn't have an answer for Casey, but there is no question that Chris and John were able to run with anybody else in terms of pace here at Laguna." Talk about the racing in the Visordown MotoGP forum.
TOMMY Hill and Chris Walker shared the wins at Oulton Park this weekend.Hill won the opening race, starting form the fifth row of the grid, calling it the 'best race of his career'. During Race 1 the safety car was deployed for two laps after Lowes
CHRIS VERMEULEN stunned crowds and silenced critics on his way to his first race win at a rain-soaked Le Mans Moto Grand Prix. The Aussie bagged Suzuki's first MotoGP four-stroke win with an almost faultless ride.Vermeulen beat Melandri - last year
DUCATI rider Casey Stoner extended his lead of the MotoGP world championship to 26 points after a storming victory at Donington Park's British GP. His compatriot, Chris Vermeulen, added another Australian to the podium, excelling in the damp
along the circuit. Chris 'The Stalker' Walker was running in second place, but lost pace later on in the race and finished fourth, while Gregorio Lavilla took fifth place - amazing, considering he's riding with badly bruised ribs from when he was run
Rizla Suzuki MotoGP heads to Phillip Island for its second pre-season test of 2008, planning to continue with the promising results achieved last week in Malaysia.Chris Vermeulen and Loris Capirossi return to the 4,448m Australian track
RIZLA SUZUKI star Loris Capirossi has said the team want to 'break everyone's balls' next year, following his disappointing 14th place in the weekend's Valencia GP.The Italian, along with outgoing Aussie team-mate Chris Vermeulen, struggled
's Medical Centre.The driver of the Mondeo, a 53-year-old Kirkby woman, was uninjured.Anyone with information about the crash should contact Pc Chris Buxton on 01623 420999 or call the free and confidential 'Crimestoppers' hotline on 0800 555111.
RIZLA Suzuki's Cal Crutchlow and Chris Walker finished their first test of 2007 at Calafat in Spain in confident mood and not even the rain that stopped the action halfway through the final day could dampen their spirits.Ideal weather conditions
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