-time MotoGP champion swapped his new Desmosedici for the 1198 superbike.“Today I did a total of 25 laps on the 1198 Superbike, which is sort of a 'historic' motorcycle for Ducati: beautiful and fast. I liked it!"“The track more or less confirmed what we
.” concluded Rossi.The next test will see Ducati and the rest of the MotoGP grid lap Qatar for two days from March 13th.
for the future.Nothing is certain for Edwards' MotoGP future, but all will be confirmed in a press conference at Misano on Friday.
LAPPING Mugello yesterday Valentino Rossi completed his sixth outing out of the allocated eight days allowed for testing the 2012 1000cc bikes.The seven-time MotoGP champion took over from Franco Battaini, the Ducati test rider was on track
MICHELE PIRRO, winner of the final Moto2 race at Valencia, has been confirmed as riding the Gresini Honda CRT machine in 2012.Continuing their partnership from Moto2 into MotoGP, Pirro will ride the Gresini team's CRT entry, a Honda CBR1000RR engine
THE internet has been awash with supposed details of the Ducati Desmosedici GP12 revealed by Karel Abraham's Cardion AB team – but most sites reporting this 'news' have failed to spot that this bike isn't the same as the new Ducati that Rossi
VALENTINO ROSSI continues to be pleased with his work on-board the new Ducati Desmosedici GP12, despite falling further back from the fastest time.The Italian ended the second day at Sepang in sixth place with a fastest time of 2
CASEY Stoner retired from MotoGP, despite a £10m annual contract on the table.Stoner confirmed yesterday that he has signed a one-year deal to race a V8 Supercar in Australia. He will be racing with the Red Bull-backed Triple Eight Holden
and was able to confirm team-mate Loris Capirossi’s conclusions from the recent Valencian test.Aoki continued with the fundamental test programme that regular racer Capirossi had begun during the test at Valencia, following the final race of the season earlier
JORGE LORENZO proved once again he's worthy 2010 MotoGP champion by winning the weekend's Portuguese GP from Estoril.Starting from pole, Lorenzo dominated most of the race, crossing the finishing line almost 10 seconds ahead of nearest rival
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