Watch the closing stages of the 1997 Brno 125GP, the now unforgettable fluorescent number 46 of a young Valentino Rossi darts in and out of the pack grabbing and creating passing opportunities.It wasn't a desired result for the legend in the making
.MotoGP Championship Standings after Brno1. Jorge Lorenzo (SPA) Yamaha Factory Racing 245 2. Dani Pedrosa (SPA) Repsol Honda Team 232 3. Casey Stoner (AUS) Repsol Honda Team 186 4. Andrea Dovizioso (ITA) Yamaha Tech3 150 5. Cal Crutchlow (GBR) Yamaha Tech3 122
on the podium - a first for the Stobart Vent Axia Honda rider.Pole-sitter Cal Crutchlow failed to follow up his impressive qualifying performance, getting pipped to a podium slot by Sykes on the closing stages of the final lap.Croft BSB race 1 results:1. Ryuichi
, the 18-year-old wants to travel to Britain to race in a junior championship."He's already got pins in his legs and arms, so he's got a bit of Barry in him," Steve Parrish, the BBC commentator, former racer and a close family friend, said. "He's quite old
that this has been a pleasant surprise. I had thought that the bike would be like a Honda CBR but it really it is a race bike. It’s very close to both the MotoGP and 250cc machines,” said Nakano to MotoGP's website.“The feelings from the bike and the need
of the Buell brand, close the business down at the end of 2009, only for Buell founder Erik Buell to set up shop as Erik Buell Racing last year, making race-only machines based on the old 1125 road bike – that's the one with the water-cooled Rotax engine
VALENTINO ROSSI is keeping his future plans well guarded and will only be close to announcement after MotoGP's summer break at Brno.The rider market has been the talk of the series since Casey Stoner revealed he would be retiring from the sport
A RACE WIN and a second place for Marco Melandri in front of his home crowd bumps the Italian up from eighth to fourth in the standings. Laverty has another strong weekend, closing the gap to team-mate Guintoli at the top of the standings ahead
HE MAY have done the double at Assen this weekend but Troy Bayliss narrowly escaped a fatal accident after being thrown from his cycle and into the path of traffic on Tuesday. The Aussie, currently enjoying a massive 70 point lead in the series, crashed on his bicycle while t...
clocks, mirrors, pillion pegs, road-legal exhaust and even a lockable pillion seat cover!Troy Corser and Rubens Xaus will ride the new race-kitted version in next year's WSB series.
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