was completely responsible for the crash and was apologetic to the reigning champion: “In this race you can’t put it all down to bad luck, but the truth is that I was very naive." From his perspective, "It was the first left hander, the asphalt was cold and
WITH a perfect start to the race weekend at Donington Park scoring BMW's first ever 1-2 finish, race two was a complete opposite as Leon Haslam collected team-mate Marco Melandri at the final corner of the second race.After three years of trying
racing with ruthless efficiency.Now, in 2009, Valentino Rossi is still producing the magic he showed us in his first season in the MotoGP paddock 13 years ago.During the 1997 season - Rossi's second season in the GP125 Championship - he smashed
the barrelling GSX-R1000 in what was a lucky escape that he likened to a 'plane crashing' over his head.The fall in race two at Oulton Park marks Brookes' second big of the season in as many rounds. Although fortunate to walk away unscathed from this crash
NORIYUKI Haga suffered two crashes in Superple at Brno last weekend.Check out these pictures of Haga running through his crash with one of his crew. We love the third picture, we've all been there Haga-san...
Dani Pedrosa crashed out of the Silverstone MotoGP qualifying on the last lap trying to better his third position. Pedrosa was uninjured and will start the Silverstone MotoGP race on Sunday.Here's the photo sequence.
THE INDIANAPOLIS Moto2 round was marred with two incidents resulting in a red flag and shortened 17-lap race.The below crash sequence involves two homegrown riders, Kenny Noyes and Roger Lee Hayden, with the skittle effect also taking down Vladimir
One of the most bizarre crashes at Donington Park took place in race one when the rear wheel of Maxime Berger's Ducati 1198 parted from the swingarm.With Berger falling from the Ducati looping away beneath him the original thought to the rear wheel
in Cattolica, close to his Tavullia home, on Thursday, June 10 – where a less pedantic medical regime allowed him to return home directly.But he still needs to keep his leg raised, as the open wound heals, being especially careful to avoid any risk of infection
riders crashed coming into the same corner. The hairpin then looked like the remnants of a kiddies slippy slide party than a professional motorcycle race.Brookes has been given a 2-race ban following the accident - he's not done anything to help his
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