TROUBLE appears to be following Marco Simoncelli as he found himself at the heart of another controversial MotoGP crash, this time involving championship contender and vocal critic Jorge Lorenzo.Arguably cold tyres are a joint culprit
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
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
.He is reported cheerful, and telephoned Silverstone’s Day of Champions auction for a live message broadcast to the fans. “But I think he will be hitting the boredom zone soon,” according to Yamaha Racing chief Lin Jarvis.
. Tomizawa, aged just 19, won the opening race of the 2010 Moto2 season at Qatar.From MotoGP organisers:On Sunday 5th September during the Moto2 race at the Misano World Circuit, rider Shoya Tomizawa aged 19 suffered a serious crash and subsequent cranial
PRAMAC DUCATI man Mika Kallio fell in qualifying for last weekend's USGP and here's the sequence caught on camera.The Finn went on to clinch 10th position in Sunday's race. His team-mate, Aleix Espargaro, fell in the remaining three laps of the race
the highside as he exited turn two. Ironically, a rear cold tyre has been attributed as the cause of the accident.Stoner said after the race: "Obviously this is a frustrating and disappointing way to finish the season. There have been plenty of highs and lows
as the Factory Yamaha rider highsided out of third position, wrecking his M1."I feel disappointed because the crash was my own mistake," said Lorenzo, "It's a shame for the team because they did a very good job all weekend and also my Fan Club who come here
in the final round at Valencia. The American was training at a private indoor flat-track facility near his home in Owensboro, Kentucky.“Obviously, injuries are never good,” Hayden said, “but it’s part of motorcycle racing. Just like at Valencia, it was kind
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